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show 842: Royal Raymond Rife And His Mortal Oscillatory Rates by Radio Worm

This radiophonic piece is inspired by the work of Royal Raymond Rife  (1888 – 1971). He was a  scientist, engineer and inventor now considered ‘The Nikola Tesla of the Medical World’. In 1931 he built the Universal Microscope achieving optical … Continue reading

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Show 792: Bouncing Off – 2020 – by René Uijlenhoet (Radio Worm/Klangendum)

https://archive.org/details/radia_s44_n792_Worm_Klangendum_Bouncing-Off Bouncing Off – 2020 – by René Uijlenhoet The composers Christine Cornwell and Jago Thornton bounce off on their musical ideas and on what bats might hear while flying inside a room or a chapel. They even muse on … Continue reading

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Show 766: The Story Of Alvarenga by Lucija Gregor for Radio Worm/Klangendum

I based the idea on a very personal “return to self” which was symbolically but also quite literally connected to the sea as a place of my childhood, fascination with its sonic qualities and colour. This radio piece is imagined … Continue reading

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Show 711: Almanack of Breath by Ash Kilmartin for Worm/Klangendum

The Almanack of Breath Recounting the life of the punitive, eavesdropping Tutivillus, a medieval character also known as the Recording Demon, ‘The Almanack of Breath’ proposes another character: a nameless, invisible and inaudible allegorical figure of Listening. This creature promotes … Continue reading

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show 683: Blues for Aliens by Dr Klangendum (Radio Worm)

Another attempt by the Dr Klangendum crew to put a finger on (or between) the buttons of Fiction and Sound (yes both with capital capitals). You might not believe us but we really were contacted by Aliens WHO MEAN GOOD … Continue reading

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Show 652: IGITUR FLOTSAM (Radio Worm/Klangendum)

IGITUR FLOTSAM – a stream of deserted anthems, disembodied voices, morse signals, crank calls, corroded tapes, radio statics, counting games and wanderings through empty buildings. This radioplay is based on the unfinished gothic tale IGITUR – a collection of texts … Continue reading

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