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How hospital x-rays were used to capture forbidden music in the Cold War
Storytelling of walks with friends, which will transport you outdoors.
Not poetry, not conversation, not a story - but all of them at once.
A meditation on the physical, psychological and communal benefits of basketball in London
Hidden Sounds of Coastal Arcades
Sound artist Frazer Merrick explores the hidden sounds of Walton Pier.
The Escape of the Zebra from the Zoo
We follow the zebra that escaped from London Zoo into the city during an air raid.
A soundscape that absorbs human noise into the mythic world of the wild coast.
Before there was cinema, there was the Diorama. Now extinct we bring it back to life!
An ear floats off to the galaxies, listening in on a fading Earth. By Heather Phillipson.
My Mother and Me
Artist Ragnar Kjartansson reflects on 'the realness of fakeness' in his art.
Songs of the Mojave Desert
A collaboration with Natalie Diaz, celebrated Mojave American poet and language activist.
The Vet at the End of the World
Seal attacks, snapping penguins, angry bulls... a vet's life on Tristan Da Cunha.
A Japanese true love detective story from film-maker Anastasia Kirillova.
Poetry, testimony and interviews inspired by the experiences of nurses during lockdown.
The Soothing Presence of Strangers
A nostalgic meditation on the W12 bus route in east London.
The Rising Sea Symphony
The effects of climate change evoked in words, sounds and a powerful new musical work
Isolation, In Your Words
A modern soundtrack to life in lockdown, created around the words of the British public.
To Bear Witness
A call to confront the spiritual questions of our time.
Songs of the Sky
Karin Lehmkuhl Bodony records the sounds of the northern lights in the Alaskan sky.
Stories of real-life chance encounters mark the anniversary of the film Brief Encounter.
Flight of the Monarch
The migratory route of the monarch butterfly traced in words, music and sound.
Enter the netherworld of the Great British bog on a journey into the lost and found.
A radiophonic sound journey around the alternative concrete Paris beyond the inner city.
Listening to the Deep
Artist Jana Winderen transports us underwater, to listen to the sonic wonders of the sea.
Telling the Bees
Maria Margaronis escapes into the hive to explore the folk custom of telling the bees.
Alison Lock's dreamlike poem about a freak accident on the Yorkshire moors.
Rhythms of Remembering
A radiophonic exploration of The Gododdin, a lament for the fallen from the 7th century.
The Nightingales of Berlin
A portrait of Berlin and its residents through the songs of the city’s nightingales.
A portrait of Berlin and its residents through the songs of the city’s nightingales