I am listening on radio now a string quartet by Haydn opus 77. It is the ebu nightly broadcasts provided by BBC. Yesterday i heard Bruckners third symphony very nice.
One complete longer work in one day. That is too little.Here is today's playlist for WRR 101.1 Dallas (which is owned and operated by the city of Dallas). For me, it has a good mix of the overplayed, familiar but not overplayed, and lesser known and unknown works.
During the day, they stick to single movements out of larger pieces. Between 10pm and 6am they will sometimes play complete longer works, such as Mozart's Posthorn Serenade, which has 7 movements lasting almost 45 minutes.
I listen to radio for several hours and like longer orchestral works.It's just as well. As I only listen to WRR when I am in the car, I'm usually not tuned in long enough to hear a whole work all the way through, anyway.
What modern music do they play?The only consistent exception is a show on Friday from 10 PM-12 AM called "Modern Times". But even then, they play it safe.