Where can I watch BBC Proms?

You can find the full schedule here.

  • BBC iPlayer. If you can’t catch the concerts on live television, they will also be available to view on iPlayer after the event.
  • BBC Radio 3. All Proms will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
  • BBC Sounds.
  • The BBC Proms website.
  • Social Media.

Are the BBC Proms televised?

BBC Proms 2021 coverage will be played on television and radio this year. The world’s largest classical music festival, the BBC Proms 2021 will be available to watch across BBC Television and Radio this summer. As well as special content that will go along with the broadcasts on both BBC Radio 3 and TV.

Is Last Night of the Proms on BBC TV?

The Last Night of the Proms will be broadcast live to watch on BBC Four and to listen to on BBC iPlayer. Find out more about which other Proms will be available to watch on BBC TV here.

Are the Proms on television tonight?

Can you watch tonight’s Prom on TV? Tonight’s Prom won’t be broadcast on BBC TV, so you’ll have to tune in at 7.30pm to catch it live on BBC Radio 3. It’ll be available to listen back on BBC Sounds afterwards.

Will the BBC Proms 2021 go ahead?

Yes, the 2021 BBC Proms season will take place in the Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall with live audiences, in line with government guidance.

What’s on the BBC One schedule?


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11:30 am Nadiya’s Family Favourites Nothing in the House – Season 1 Episode 3
12:00 pm Football Focus 02/10/2021
1:00 pm BBC Weekend News
1:15 pm London Marathon 2021: We Run Together

Are the BBC Proms 2020 Cancelled?

125 Years on from its creation, the Proms will once again provide a summer of music, fulfilling founder Sir Henry Wood’s vision to ‘bring the greatest classical music to the widest possible audience’. The current situation with COVID-19 means that the season we had originally planned is sadly no longer possible.

Where can I watch the BBC Proms on TV?

20 of this year’s BBC Proms will be broadcast across BBC TV in the 2021 season, all of which will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer until 11 October. It’s likely that these Proms will all be broadcast on BBC Four, with a handful on BBC Two.

Who is the conductor of the BBC Proms?

The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor Dalia Stasevska kick off the 2021 Proms with a programme featuring Vaughan Williams, Poulenc and a world premiere by Sir James MacMillan. Let the BBC Concert Orchestra whisk you away for a night of classic Broadway musicals.

Who was with Katie Derham at the Proms?

Katie Derham is joined by tenor Allan Clayton, soprano Nadine Benjamin and beatboxer Jason Singh as Proms Encore focusses on ‘the voice’. 5 reasons Angélique Kidjo is shining bright on your cultural radar. The African music icon makes her BBC Proms debut with a Late Night Prom at the Royal Albert Hall.

What do you call people who stand at the Proms?

The Proms. In the context of the BBC Proms, promming refers to the use of the standing areas inside the hall (the Arena and Gallery) for which ticket prices are much lower than for the seating. Proms concert-goers, particularly those who stand, are sometimes referred to as “Prommers” or “Promenaders”.