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Sting live on BBC Radio 3 at 5pm, November 5 - tune in to ''In Tune'' to here Sting talk about his new album ''If on a Winter's Night'', an exploration of the themes and emotions of winter.
November 05, 2009 


Be sure to tune in to "In Tune" on BBC Radio 3 at 5pm today to hear presenter Sean Rafferty presenting a selection of music and guests from the arts world.

Composer, singer, actor and activist Sting joins Sean in studio to talk about his new album "If on a Winter's Night", an exploration of the themes and emotions of winter.

Sean is also joined by conductor Mark Elder and soprano Krassimira Stoyanova ahead of Opera Rara's Maria di Rohan by Donizetti.

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