Letters in brief
Sunday 03 May 1998
Brian Parrott, Thames Ditton l SUE Gaisford (Radio, 26 April) may be right that more people will listen to any DJ with a little musical knowledge who is prepared to play weary old favourites, but in its current obsession with ratings and neglect of its traditional role, Radio 3 has gone so far downmarket that many of us have simply switched off.
It was never Radio 3's job to give us only what we can sing along to. It is about art and art should give us something more. I don't want it to come down to my level.
Priscilla Waugh, London SE22
Diving in at the deep end is no excuse for shirking the style stakes
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