A musical collaboration between sound artist, radio producer and a burn in Northumberland
The Water's Music
Along the River Severn
Sounds of the River Severn from source to sea, with Petroc Trelawny.
Sounds of the Earth - May
Sounds from The Camargue, an oasis in Oman, and rivers from Northumbria & Argentina.
Orford Ness - a post-apocalyptic walk
Composer Iain Chambers takes a sound recording field trip around Orford Ness in Suffolk.
Nightingales singing, with musicians responding to them, in the Sussex woods.
Bach Walks: Medingen to Bienenbuttel
Episode 4/5. In 1705, the 20-year-old Johann Sebastian Bach set off to meet his hero.
Sounds of the Earth - June
Sounds from Siberia, a Canyon in Israel, a Welsh flock of sheep & a Tanzanian plain.
Night-time at the zoo
Eavesdropping on animals at the Isle of Wight Zoo, from dusk 'til dawn.
Into the Eerie
Rob St John explores the idea of eeriness in the English landscape.
Two of Britain's best up-and-coming chefs bring you flavour from their restaurant kitchen.
The Social with Tim Weeks
Tim Weeks explores the weird and wonderful world of Wiltshire online.
Smashing stigmas and exploring what it means to be a millennial in Oxfordshire, and music.
Chinese economic growth slowest since 1992
China's economy has been slowing despite Beijing's efforts to cut tax and boost spending
Sidney Lumet and the Crisis of Liberalism
Michael Goldfarb remembers the mise-en-scène films from the 1960s and 1970s.