Front Row has a recap of interviews done earlier in the year with Mark Padmore, Ian Bostridge, Joseph Calleja and Iestyn Davies.
Meanwhile, NPR has archived the Karita Mattila recital at Carnegie Hall from earlier this month. (There's other good stuff in that archive, too, including some Stile Antico.)
Here's an update on the lack of groundswell for restoring the pigeonholing power of the Grammys to its former glory. Just the fact that they now stuff Cajun accordion players, Hawaiian slack-key guitar players and Native American drum circles into the same award category should pretty much indicate how much the major labels really give a tinker's expletive about music that will never see the light of wherever it is major label product gets played these days. Seriously, people, isn't this just the majors advertising their own obsolescence in a world where industry accountants can no longer control the demographics?