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Classic FM's More Music Drive with Margherita Taylor 4pm - 7pm
5 June 2023, 11:07
The best programmes and music we’ve got coming up on Classic FM in the week of 5 June.
As the weather begins to get brighter and warmer, we’re ringing in Classic FM’s Summer Full of Music. From dawn to dusk, every day on Classic FM is jam-packed with even more of the sunniest melodies and uplifting music to complement the season.
The brilliant music continues throughout the weekend, as Alan Titchmarsh provides the perfect Saturday morning soundtrack, through to Moira Stuart’s Hall of Fame Concert that evening.
Plus, on Saturday Night at the Movies, Jonathan Ross puts on his time traveller’s hat to explore the music from period dramas to futuristic dystopias.
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Malakai Bayoh delivers stunning performance on BGT
Italian pianist Saskia Giorgini performs Liszt’s solo piano works, on Classic FM’s Album of the Week.
From Consolations to Liebesträume, join Alexander Armstrong to hear a different track from the album just after 10am every morning this week, and click on the album below to listen back to any you missed.
Find out more about Classic FM’s Album of the Week here.
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Einaudi unveils a collection of hidden gems, hand-picked from his back catalogue including pieces never before available on CD.
Join Margherita Taylor to hear a different track from the album, just after 6pm every day this week. You can find out more about our Drive Discovery here, and click the album below to listen back to any you missed.
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Fumika Mohri performs two violin concertos by 18th-century virtuoso Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, together with the Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice and conductor Michael Halasz.
Join Anne-Marie Minhall on Friday from 2pm to hear a track, plus more across the weekend after 8am. Find out more about the album here.