Global Radio boss: revised BBC Radio 3 show 'overtly' copies Classic FM

RHIAN JONES

Global Radio Network boss Stephen Miron has accused BBC Radio 3 of 'overtly' copying Classic FM features.

The BBC has overhauled its schedule over the last 18 months in an attempt to broaden its appeal to younger listeners, and Miron claims they’ve imitated a string of ideas.

Speaking at the Radio Conference in Salford, Miron said: “If you look at the changing programmes Radio 3 has done against Classic, it is pretty overt that it has looked at the successes ...

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