Apparently - according to the presenter of Breakfast on 3 BBC Radio 3 the Examination Boards in London and throughout the UK are lax in not spending enough time on the much debated topic of classical music but as a Drama Lecturer - the focus has been on drama and plays and writing those plays plus production, direction, readings presentations, acting, set design and lighting and above all a fully engaged Questions and Answers Sessions in order to lead to excellent results and offers of University Places and or Gap Year.
But time for the time to play on ... if music be the food of love play on .. to quote from Shakespeare the Bard in English and time has been spent in listening into the classical collection of the BBC Radio 3 so there is no change of leaving it out so all congratulations! to the BBC Radio 3 Breakfast on 3 for excellent coverage of classical music early morning till late at night. Proms on BBC Radio 3 most enjoyable and the readings in between in an interval between the next performance are wholly engaging.
So the drama expert has to do the music as well? Let me say, that I had expresso coffee a double at Starbucks Southampton UK and the music was on and fun to listen to but reminded me of Turkish Music with the symbols of the Star or Crescent on the table not off it ... examiners do take time to listen to music and it does play on in theatre but as a former head of conversation, I tend to talk rather than sing .. so the singers are in the seminar room next to mine and I could hear them when the door was left ajar was open .. open door policies always work . music and drama go hand in hand .. thanks BBC Radio 3 Breakfast on 3 .. easy listening classical music is a great way to start the day! Nice work!