A Happy Reunion with Old Hong Kong Records of Chinese Music 香港中樂老唱片
Mon 星期一 8pm
Host: Jim Chang 主持：鄭學仁
Guests: Victor Cheng, Yu Siu-wah 嘉賓：鄭偉滔，余少華
Let's have a glimpse of the story of old Hong Kong's Recording Industry (Cantonese programme)
Sat 星期六 2pm
Starting from September, four young and fresh presenters, Halo Lau, Kathy Tang, Prudence Lee, and Toby Wong will join together every Saturday afternoon to present a new music magazine-typed show Next Stop is R4 (in Cantonese). They are not only picking the best of the best classical music for your ears but also bringing you the most updated music stories around town, on campus, and especially on Radio 4. This is a brand new live show that you should not miss!
四位年輕主持 — 劉梓熙、鄧浩彤、李顯瑜和黃嘉浩 — 炮製全新週末下午古典音樂雜誌資訊節目「下一站…四台」。還有「四台友樂」環節，邀請第四台主持和音樂家現場傾談，預告第四台最新的精彩節目和活動。
Sun 星期日 10am
The harmonica is commonly portrayed as a compact instrument, almost, or one may say, a toy. But the world has changed since the first chromatic harmonica was made in 1885. Tune in to The Harmonica Speaks (in Cantonese) every Sunday morning with Charles Chik to discover more about this appealing instrument.
口琴在芸芸樂器中彷彿只是一件「卑微」的小玩意 — 體型細小，只能演奏簡單的樂曲……究竟口琴是不是只能當玩具、飾物、鑰匙扣，而難登大雅之堂？戚家榮為你解構此「麻雀雖小，五臟俱全」的樂器，帶你進入口琴音樂的國度。
16/9 (Sat 六) 8pm
The name of John Rutter should be no stranger to most music lovers in Hong Kong, thanks to the memorable tunefulness of his music, making it hugely popular among local school choirs and around the world. Hear the Maestro in action in one of his latest major works, Visions, where he conducts the Hong Kong Youth Choir, guest choirs, and violinist Kerson Leong in its Asian premiere.
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