Tag Archives: Soundart Radio

Show 233: Why Don’t You Go Home? by Cathryn Morgan Richards

“Why don’t you go home?” by sound artist Cathryn Morgan-Richards tells the Crowhurst story in the form of a radio documentary. Donald Crowhurst set sail from Teignmouth, South Devon UK, in the autumn of 1968 on a non-stop round-the-world sailing … Continue reading

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Show 219: Closing Down by GilbertandGrape

CLOSING DOWN OVER RADIO BROADCAST During 2009 GilbertandGrape are closing down, reprocessing all their things and returning the Moose to the Sunset. As we do this we invite you to join us on the Radia broadcast to take part in … Continue reading

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Show 207: Sparkles

This is a joint effort from several artists, some pieces made for Soundart Radio’s “First Spark” festival in February 2009, remixed here for Radia. We thought we’d celebrate switching on our new transmitter (1000 times more powerful than the old … Continue reading

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Show 190: Black Water Brown Water by David Prior

Black Water Brown Water is an evolving sound piece, originally commissioned as a sound walk for the Stourport canal basins in Worcestershire, UK. The basins form an intersection between the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal and the river Severn and the … Continue reading

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Show 175: How far from home are we?

An Illustrated Radio Journey By Anna Keleher and Claire Long Journey Collaborators, Rebecca Beinart, Claire Long and Anna and Mark Keleher. Based on a journey from the UK to Helsinki and back by land and sea, the “illustrated radio journey” … Continue reading

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Show 161: Reading, UK, Seville, Spain by Duncan Whitley

Reading, UK, Seville, Spain by Duncan Whitley for Soundart Radio The piece weaves together a series of field recordings from two projects, the first of which examines, critiques and celebrates the language of football crowd sound, the other, a collaboration … Continue reading

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Show 149: collage for radio by Richard Povall

Radia 149 is a collage for radio made by Richard Povall of Aune Head Arts, a contemporary arts organisation based on Dartmoor National Park. Aune Head Arts uses the arts to develop and nurture understanding about rural life, trains and … Continue reading

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Show 137: home made radio telescope

In early October, artists Jem Finer and Ansuman Biswas visited Dartington College of Arts as part of the Arts and Ecology MA. In collabortation with Soundart Radio a home made radio telescope was constructed with a receiving device tuned to … Continue reading

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Show 126: Three pieces by Stormsmith Nomi

3 pieces by artist Stormsmith Nomi at Soundart Radio, Dartington, UK, on the theme of ecology: Eat Me; Home Sofa Earth Home; Return Return. Stormsmith Nomi presents 3 of her recent works on the theme of ecology. ‘Eat Me’ concerns … Continue reading

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Show 114: Lament for the London Olympic Site by Stephen Cornford

A site-specific field recording composition. In 2012 the Olympics will come to London. The site, situated in north east London between Stratford, Hackney Wick and Pudding Mill Lane, currently a hotchpotch of industrial estates, disused waterways, railway sidings, traveller ‘s … Continue reading

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