Monthly Archives: September 2020

Show 809 – You would sound (…) much more convincing if you spoke as if you cared (…)

Ayn Rand’s highly dubious novel ‘The Fountainhead’ has become a source of morbid fascination for us since entering lockdown – forming the basis for a research pathology driven at least in part by an urge to inoculate against certain worlds … Continue reading

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Show 808 : From the Bedroom to the Pond – Anne Versailles (Radio Campus Bruxelles)

This sound piece is created with sounds recorded on the roads of Belgium, the Alps and Lapland. « Walking is the best way to go slower », says the philosopher Frédéric Gros. We need to find slowness again, to anchor our feet … Continue reading

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Show 807 : Sounds of Silence (Radio Grenouille / Studio Euphonia)

Adaptation radiophonique du disque vinyle « Sounds of silence » de Matthieu Saladin, Patrice Caillet et Adam David.(Frac Franche-Comté / Alga Marghen, avec le soutien des éditions Incertain Sens, 2013) Equipe de réalisation Radio Grenouille-Euphonia :Jean-Baptiste Imbert, Chloé Despax, Margaux Wartelle, … Continue reading

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Show 806: Waiting for PPE (guest slot)

A Grandmother marvels despite the virus she is able to continue gardeningas she has always done and the birds will always keep singing.She listens to the distance sounds now.Isolated voices of people, a child next door.A fly.The garden is a … Continue reading

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