Can the sound of the Amazon help to save it? Peter Gibbs reports.
James MacMillan plays a lowland skyline, Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis one in the highlands.
Conductor Daniel Barenboim points a way forward for everyone through music.
An exploration of electronic music, Jonathan Harvey.
Two female composers reveal how there is far more to listening than hearing.
A profoundly deaf woman reveals how there is more to listening than hearing.
Rob Deering challenges Jarred Christmas and Laura Lexx to his live music comedy pop quiz.
Listening is about more than hearing, as we discover with four individuals.
Will Trevor Cox, a professor of acoustic engineering, be able to give up music for Lent?
Tales of keeping quiet, being lost for words and struggling to raise your voice.
Musician and conductor Daniel Barenboim examines the physical phenomenon of sound.
Musician and composer Kerry Andrew travels to meet the novelist Sarah Hall.
Trevor Cox explores how our voice and our hearing develop and change through our lives.
Courtney Pine and composer Anna Meredith play the skyline at the Millennium Bridge.
Martha Lane Fox explores how increasing internet speed is changing the way music is made.
Singer-songwriter Kizzy Crawford and pianist Gwilym Simcock play the Port Talbot skyline.
Lucy Powell offers a quiet celebration of the rich and various virtues of silence.
What can silence mean? Bridget Kendall and guests contemplate a lack of noise.
In a digital world Aleks explores whether silence is becoming harder to experience.
Josie Long listens for the sounds that lurk in the darkness.
Tim Marlow explores the kinds of sounds and music that influence an artist's art and work.
Sound designer Glenn Freemantle, who worked on Gravity, commemorates the first spacewalk.
Six new music and sound installations to accompany works of art from the collection.
Laura Barton explores the silences and intimacies of Shakespeare's plays.
Midge Ure investigates water's role as a constantly flowing source of musical inspiration.
Conductor Charles Hazlewood and Dr Brian May of Queen celebrate the Doppler effect.
Bridget Kendall and guests discuss why we should pay more attention to background noise.
Who are the noisiest writers? Cathy FitzGerald listens in on fictional soundscapes.
Robin Ince and Brian Cox discuss the science of sound with Tom Wrigglesworth.
The art of Tomas Saraceno who makes sculptures and music with spiders and their webs.
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