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BBC Proms

Specials 2013 - 2019
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  • 2013-07-27T20:00:00Z on BBC Four
  • 180 mins
  • 12 days, 12 hours, 0 mins (100 episodes)
  • United Kingdom
  • English
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The BBC Proms is an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral classical music concerts.

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101 episodes

Special 1 Proms Extra 2013 - Episode 1

  • 2013-07-27T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham presents a new weekly review of the standout performances, artists and stories from the 2013 Proms season. In this episode, she looks back on the musical highlights of the opening fortnight, including a special report from Daniel Barenboim's Ring Cycle. Her studio guests include conductor Semyon Bychkov, soprano Susan Bullock and pianist Stephen Hough - and there is a special performance from one of the star soloists of the season, young Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii.

Special 2 Proms Extra 2013 - Episode 2

  • 2013-08-03T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham looks back on another week of concerts from the BBC Proms, including a spectacular performance of Ravel's Bolero featuring Spanish dancers. Her studio guests include jazz pianist Julian Joseph, composer Tarik O'Regan, and ballerina Tamara Rojo.

Special 3 Proms Extra 2013 - Episode 3

  • 2013-08-10T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham looks back on another week of concerts from the BBC Proms, including soloist Mitsuko Uchida's performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 4. Her studio guests include conductor Vasily Petrenko, and trumpeter Alison Balsom, and we spend 24 hours with violinist Daniel Hope on a whirlwind day.

Special 8 Last Night from Around the UK

  • 2013-09-20T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Josie D'Arby and Zeb Soanes present highlights from the Last Night of the Proms celebrations around the UK, giving a flavour of the individual nations' unique concert events.

Former Spice Girl Melanie C, Alfie Boe and violinist Jennifer Pike mark the return of the Scottish event to Glasgow Green. In Wales, set against the backdrop of Caerphilly Castle, featured performers include trumpeter Alison Balsom and West End stars John Owen Jones and Sophie Evans.

Soprano Katherine Jenkins, violinist Chloe Hanslip and Lithuanian accordion player Martynas entertain the crowds gathered on the spectacular quayside at the Titanic Visitor Centre in Belfast, and in London's Hyde Park, Bryan Ferry, tenor Joseph Calleja and Nigel Kennedy provide added sparkle to the festivities, drawing this summer's Proms season to a close.

Mozart's Violin Sonata in G and the 'Blues' movement from Ravel's second Violin Sonata.

Special 10 Chamber Music: tenThing

  • 2014-01-17T21:00:00Z — 180 mins

Petroc Trelawny introduces highlights from a series of BBC Proms chamber music concerts at Cadogan Hall in London. Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth and her all-female ten-piece brass ensemble tenThing perform a virtuosic programme of tangos, habaneras and marches from Piazzolla, Bizet and Grieg, plus a selection from Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera.

Roxanna Panufnik’s Three Paths to Peace, commissioned by tonight’s orchestra, meshes Christian, Jewish and Islamic musical traditions to tell the story of Abraham and Isaac.

Britain’s own queen of the trumpet, Alison Balsom, joins the China Philharmonic Orchestra in Shanghai-born Qigang Chen's new trumpet concerto, a work co-commissioned by the KT Wong Foundation, China Philharmonic Orchestra and the BBC, alongside Dutch and German partners.

Special 20 Proms Extra 2014: Episode 2

  • 2014-08-02T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham hosts Proms Extra, the weekly Proms magazine show. The spotlight is on Bach's St John Passion and the Proms debut by the China Philharmonic Orchestra.

Katie is joined by the leading stars of the musical world for lively conversation about all that the Proms have to offer and David Owen Norris presents Chord of the Week with a nod to Mozart.

Special 53 Last Night from Around the UK

  • 2014-09-19T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

As the 2014 BBC Proms season draws to a close, Clemency Burton-Hill and Soweto Kinch take us around the UK to celebrate the best of the performances from the Last Night of the Proms. Across the nations, a stellar line-up of artists entertain audiences with a mix of classical, jazz and contemporary repertoire.

Special 55 Proms Extra 2015: Episode 1

  • 2015-07-25T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The weekly Proms magazine show returns for a new season with Katie Derham. She is joined by the leading stars of the musical world, including renowned violinist Nicola Benedetti for lively conversation about all that the Proms has to offer. Special highlights and exclusive previews from the week's concerts include Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the First Night of the Proms and the Ten Pieces Prom. The contrabassoon takes the spotlight and David Owen Norris gets Inside the Score. Plus there will be an exclusive performance by Nicola in the Proms Extra studio.

Special 56 Proms Extra 2015: Episode 2

  • 2015-08-01T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Join Katie Derham and her studio guests for Proms Extra, the weekly magazine show that takes a look into the past week of the Proms. This episode gets starry eyed over Holst's The Planets and Mozart's last ever symphony is in the spotlight. Plus there is an exclusive studio performance by percussionist Colin Currie.

A celebration of the 80th birthdays of two of the country's greatest living composers, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Sir Harrison Birtwistle, whose works changed forever the landscape of British music.

Tom Service presents a selection of their music from the 2014 Proms, with Sir Peter Maxwell Davies as his guest at the Royal Albert Hall.

Get into John Adams! Radio 3's Tom Service introduces the composer who wants it all ‒ the 'pulse' of the American minimalists and the voluptuous harmonic sensuality of Wagner and Mahler's late Romanticism. And in his operas he's putting contemporary history on stage and turning it into myth: Nixon in China, Dr Atomic, and The Death of Klinghoffer. Warning: his music is addictive. Have a good time with John Adams!

Get into Beethoven! Radio 3's Tom Service introduces the deaf composer with wild eyes and crazy hair who wanted people to hear music as if they were hearing it all for the first time. And he did it by innovating in every established type of music he touched: 'da da da dum' ‒ the opening of the Fifth Symphony ‒ no-one had ever done that before. Tom tells us how Beethoven ‘grabs you by the ... soul.’

Special 63 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 1

  • 2016-07-23T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Proms Extra returns for the summer with presenter Katie Derham. Elgar's Cello Concerto, Fauré's Requiem and the Gospel Prom are the musical focus, and David Owen Norris is back with Chord of the Week.

Music is provided by Sheku Kanneh-Mason, winner of BBC Young Musician 2016.

Special 64 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 2

  • 2016-07-30T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham presents the weekly Proms magazine show that takes a look at all things Proms during the current season.

This week, the focus is on Vaughan Williams's The Lark Ascending, taken from the Ten Pieces...

Special 65 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 3

  • 2016-08-06T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Proms Extra, the Proms companion show, returns with a look at Mahler's Third Symphony, the David Bowie Prom and a nod to Shakespeare's anniversary with Berlioz's choral symphony Romeo and Juliet.

Special 66 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 4

  • 2016-08-13T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

For one night only, Katie Derham presents Proms Extra from the Royal Albert Hall to warm the audience up for a night of Gershwin, courtesy of the John Wilson Orchestra.

With her guests, she takes a look at the highlights from Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto and Holst's Planets, and David Owen Norris presents Chord of the Week.

Special 67 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 5

  • 2016-08-20T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

This episode of Proms Extra, presented by Katie Derham, looks at Rachmaninov, shows the John Wilson Orchestra performing Gershwin and visits the Proms at Shakespeare's Globe.

Special 68 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 6

  • 2016-08-27T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

A touch of Brazil hits Proms Extra as the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra is discussed alongside the Quincy Jones Prom and a memorised Mozart symphony.

Katie Derham's guests include Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero and Quincy Jones Prom conductor Jules Buckley.

Special 69 Proms Extra 2016: Episode 7

  • 2016-09-03T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Join Katie Derham for the final show in the current series of Proms Extra. Katie is joined by celebrated soprano Lesley Garrett, the composer and musician Mark Simpson and conductor Simone Young, fresh from her Proms debut.

BBC Proms - 2016: Galina Ustvolskaya: Symphony No 3 'Jesus Messiah, save us!'

With Alexei Petrenko (reciter) and the Munich Philharmonic conducted by Valery Gergiev.

(from Prom No. 4)

BBC Proms - 2016: Richard Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Suite

With the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev.

BBC Proms - 2016: Wolfgang Rihm: Gejagte Form (2002 version)

With the Aurora Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Collon.

(from Prom No. 21)

BBC Proms - 2016: Helen Grime: Two Eardley Pictures (Catterline in Winter)

With the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Dausgaard.

(from Prom No. 27)

BBC Proms - 2016: Igor Stravinsky: Petrushka (1947 version)

With the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Dausgaard.

(from Prom No. 27)

BBC Proms - 2016: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, Op 35

Soloist Pekka Kuusisto joins the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Thomas Dausgaard.

(from Prom No. 27)

BBC Proms - 2016: Sergei Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor

With Behzod Abduraimov (piano) and the Munich Philharmonic conducted by Valery Gergiev.

(from Prom No. 4)

BBC Proms - 2016: Maurice Ravel: Boléro

With the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev.

(from Prom No. 4)

BBC Proms - 2016: Richard Strauss: Oboe Concerto in D major

With François Leleux (oboe) and the Aurora Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Collon.

(from Prom No. 21)

Special 79 Proms in the Park 2016

  • 2016-09-10T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Music from the four Proms in the Park concerts, coming to you from Belfast's Titanic Slipways, Glasgow Green, London's Hyde Park and Colwyn Bay in North Wales.

Special 80 Colwny Bay - Proms in the Park 2016

  • 2016-09-11T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Proms in the Park travels to north Wales for the very first time. Josie D'Arby and Tim Rhys Evans present this special concert where they're joined by Tony Hadley performing some of Spandau Ballet's greatest hits, celebrated Welsh tenor Wynne Evans, Grammy award winner Amy Wadge and BBC Young Musician 2016 winner Sheku Kanneh-Mason.

Live from Glasgow Green, Proms in the Park celebrates the last night of the Proms with world class musical entertainment. Joining events around the country, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stephen Bell, take centre stage in Glasgow. The orchestra is joined by a host of musical talent, including KT Tunstall, mezzo-soprano Karen Cargill, Greg McHugh, Leah MacRae and Collabro. The evening is presented by Jamie MacDougall.

The legendary Last Night, Proms in the Park celebrations from venues around the UK. Diane-Louise Jordan and Anita Rani present a stellar mix of classical and contemporary performances, including Tony Hadley and BBC Young Musician 2016 Sheku Kanneh-Mason in Colwyn Bay; operatic soprano Lesley Garrett, joined by star of musical theatre John Owen Jones at Belfast's Titanic Slipways; KT Tunstall in Glasgow Green; while the sensational sounds of American music legends Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons top the bill in London's Hyde Park. All accompanied by the BBC's acclaimed orchestras.

Special 83 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 1

  • 2017-07-22T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The weekly Proms magazine show, presented by Katie Derham. This week's review includes Elgar's Second Symphony conducted by Daniel Barenboim and a trip to the movies courtesy of the iconic John Williams.

Special 84 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 2

  • 2017-07-29T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The weekly Proms magazine show. This programme focuses on Walton's Facade from the Malcolm Sargent Prom and celebrates the genius of Scott Walker.

Special 85 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 3

  • 2017-08-05T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The weekly Proms magazine show. Tenor Stuart Skelton, soprano Ailish Tynan and gospel conductor and composer Ken Burton discuss Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.

Special 86 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 4

  • 2017-08-12T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The weekly Proms magazine show. Harpist Catrin Finch and singer Julian Ovenden join Katie Derham, and the show turns the spotlight on the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

Special 87 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 5

  • 2017-08-19T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The weekly Proms magazine show, presented by Katie Derham. Katie is joined in the studio by baritone Roderick Williams and composer Hannah Kendall. Music featured comes from Rachmaninov's Second Symphony, Aurora Orchestra's performance of Beethoven's Eroica and the Ravi Shankar/Philip Glass collaboration Passages. series 2017.

Special 88 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 6

  • 2017-08-26T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham reviews the sixth full week of Proms activity in this penulitimate episode of Proms Extra. She is joined by jazz saxophonist Soweto Kinch and conductor John Butt to discuss Bach's St John Passion, performed in week five of the Proms by John Butt's Dunedin Consort, and the Charles Mingus Prom, featuring Kandace Springs, Shabaka Hutchings and Christian Scott. David Owen Norris offers another Chord of the Week.

Special 89 Proms Extra 2017: Episode 7

  • 2017-09-02T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham presents the final Proms Extra for the Proms season. On this show, she is joined by percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, star saxophonist Jess Gillam and acclaimed pianist Stephen Hough as they cast an eye over Stravinsky's Violin Concerto, The Big Band Prom and the Jools Holland Stax Prom.

A new work by Anna Meredith and 59 Productions, Five Telegrams draws on communications sent by young soldiers in 1918 and features specially produced digital projections, creating a unique spectacle. With the BBC Proms Youth Ensemble conducted by Sakari Oramo. Filmed from outside the Royal Albert Hall.

A new work by Anna Meredith and 59 Productions, Five Telegrams draws on communications sent by young soldiers in 1918 and features specially produced digital projections, creating a unique spectacle. With the BBC Proms Youth Ensemble conducted by Sakari Oramo. Filmed outside and inside the Royal Albert Hall.

Special 92 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 1

  • 2018-07-21T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham casts an eye over the first seven days of action at the BBC Proms in Proms Extra.

In the spotlight this week are Five Telegrams from the First Night of the Proms, the Young Musicians Prom and the one-man-sensation Jacob Collier, while David Owen Norris returns with Chord of the Week.

Special 93 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 2

  • 2018-07-28T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Joining Katie Derham for Proms Extra are violinist Tai Murray and director of music for the Southbank Centre Gillian Moore. The works of Lili Boulanger, Vaughan Williams and the legendary women of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop are this week's music picks, and David Owen Norris's Chord of the Week focuses on Parry's 5th Symphony.

Special 94 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 3

  • 2018-08-04T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Join Katie Derham for Proms Extra, the companion guide to the BBC Proms classical music festival.

In this episode, the focus is on the BBC Symphony Orchestra tackling Shostakovich and two unconventional Proms featuring British and Irish folk music, and the Havana meets Kingston Prom. Guests are composer Kerry Andrew, soprano Golda Schultz and violinist Pekka Kuusisto, who wowed audiences two years ago with his Proms debut.

Special 95 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 4

  • 2018-08-11T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham hosts the weekly companion guide to the Proms season. This week's guests are violinist Joshua Bell, soprano Nadine Benjamin and cellist/singer Ayanna Witter-Johnson.

Special 96 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 5

  • 2018-08-18T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham hosts the companion guide to the Proms season. Katie discusses Ravel's Concerto for the Left Hand, Debussy's La Mer and Grieg's Piano Concerto. Lauren Zhang performs.

Special 97 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 6

  • 2018-08-25T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Proms Extra moves into the Royal Albert Hall for one night as an expectant audience gather to hear Bernstein's spectacular On the Town. Katie Derham and guests discuss Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies and a world premiere by singer-songwriter Laura Mvula.

David Owen Norris offers another Chord of the Week and there is an exclusive performance by Chineke! quartet.

Special 98 Proms Extra 2018: Episode 7

  • 2018-09-01T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Katie Derham and guests take a look at Bernstein's On the Town and The Age of Anxiety, Simon Rattle conducting Ravel's L'enfant et les Sortileges and Andras Schiff playing Bach.

Live from Glasgow Green, Jamie MacDougall presents an evening of fabulous music performed by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and a selection of world-class soloists.
Topping the bill is Scottish singing legend Barbara Dickson who will be performing some of her classic tracks, and performers from a range of musical styles make this an evening with something for everyone.
Performing live with the BBC SSO, conducted by Stephen Bell, will be Scottish soprano Eleanor Dennis, violinist Stephanie Childress, BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician 2019 Benedict Morris and the Glasgow Youth Choir.

Alex Jones and Steffan Powell present the first half of BBC Proms in the Park 2019, live from Singleton Park, Swansea.
Celebrating the end of another fantastic Proms season, they are be joined by Welsh singer, actress and West End star Sophie Evans, saxophonist and BBC Young Jazz Musician 2018, Xhosa Cole, and winner of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019 baritone, Andrei Kymach. They perform popular classical, jazz, musical theatre and film favourites with the BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales, conducted by Robert Ames.

YolanDa Brown and Josie d’Arby take us on a whistle stop tour around the UK as the nations join in the Last Night of the Proms celebrations. A star-studded line-up is joined by some of the country’s most exciting emerging talent as each location presents a mix of timeless classics and contemporary hits.

Josie D’Arby is at Swansea’s Singleton Park with 80s pop sensations ABC, West End star Sophie Evans, Andrei Kymach, who was crowned BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019 in June, and BBC Young Jazz Musician 2018 winner, saxophonist Xhosa Cole.

At Glasgow Green, one of Scotland’s best-selling and much-loved female singers, Barbara Dickson, entertains the crowds alongside Scottish soprano Eleanor Dennis and violinist Stephanie Childress, who is already making her name as one of the most exciting musicians of her generation.

Susan Boyle headlines at Titanic Slipways, Belfast, as she celebrates ten years in the industry. Alongside her on the line-up, Australian tenor Mark Vincent and award-winning violinist Ziyu He.

And at London’s Hyde Park, YolanDa Brown is on hand to capture the very best performances from a line-up that includes American singer-songwriter and founding member of the Pretenders Chrissie Hynde, English-Italian singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti, and, headlining the show, the legendary Barry Manilow.

It’s a party like no other, with the nations joining in the traditional celebrations as the world’s greatest musical festival draws to a close.

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