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Field recording plus adventures in Mandarin and mixing sound

Field recording plus adventures in Mandarin and mixing sound
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United Kingdom

Description:

Field recording plus adventures in Mandarin and mixing sound

Twitter:

@connorwalsh

Language:

English


Episodes

Not walking on eggshells

11/6/2018
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Counting Manx Shearwaters on Skomer Island, Wales, in June 2018. An episode of Conservation Sound by Connor Walsh. Tweet @ConnorWalsh. This is a podcast but much of it will...

Duration:00:44:56

Mary Colwell and Curlews

4/8/2018
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I started getting emails at the day job about World Curlew Day. It had a lovely logo. Curlews have such a distinctive call, the potential for a podcast...

Duration:00:12:00

Gibbons!

3/23/2018
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Hello. Remember this thing? I sort of do, and here is an episode. Indonesian conservationist Sasha tells me about gibbons (Sasha has a longer name but this audio...

Duration:00:09:27

When I interviewed Roger Moore

5/23/2017
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Sir Roger Moore passed away today. He was the fifth person I interviewed, when I was 24, in 2004. I had just started producing and presenting Voices from...

Duration:00:05:36

Take the Ten Million

1/15/2016
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You’re the world’s leading conservation group. A big oil company, with a big spill not far behind, is offering you £10,000,000 for conservation. Do you take the money?...

Duration:00:07:21

Haitus

10/10/2015
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Conservation Sound episode… Hiatus. After five episodes over the summer, I’m putting Conservation Sound on hold. The workload was a bit too much for me by myself, alongside...

Duration:00:17:42

Leah Barclay & Biosphere Soundscapes

9/30/2015
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Episode four of Conservation Sound explores how conservationists use sound in biosphere reserves. Our guest is Leah Barclay, the musician and sound artist behind Biosphere Soundscapes.

Duration:00:22:01

C: Cheryl Tipp, Wildlife and Environmental Sounds Curator at the British Library

5/3/2015
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Cheryl Tipp is Curator of Wildlife and Environmental Sounds at the British Library. She talks about the conservation applications of sound, and the availability of sounds in the...

Duration:00:11:39

B: Blunt, Sarah; BBC Natural History Radio Unit

4/20/2015
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Episode B of Conservation Sound is all about Sarah Blunt, Senior Producer at the BBC’s Natural History Unit in Bristol. She talks about the importance of knowing your...

Duration:00:21:15

A: Antoine and the Fox

4/6/2015
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Antoine Bertin decided to explore England’s forests through sound, in collaboration with a fox. Why? And How? This is Conservation Sound, Episode A. Hear the result in full...

Duration:00:16:34

Archive: Karori Wildlife Sanctuary, New Zealand, 2008

11/9/2014
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Here’s a guided night tour through a big nature reserve on the outskirts of Wellington, New Zealand. It’s now called Zealandia. It has a massive predator-proof fence, to...

Duration:00:09:05

Gedichtje Radiophonique

3/2/2014
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There hasn’t been much time to go out specifically to record recently, so when I chucked a handheld recorder in my bag before heading out this morning, it...

Duration:00:07:05

Foghorn Requiem

7/2/2013
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The foghorn requiem was performed on 23 June 2013 on a cliff top in northeast England. The full write-up and essential links from Robin Thefog is here –...

Duration:00:12:29

Knokke/Zwin nature walk

6/1/2013
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Another of my nature sound walk thingies, this time in the dune and polder nature reserve at Knokke, the northernmost town on Belgium’s coast.

Duration:00:11:53

Pointe des Almadies

5/31/2013
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In Senegal for a family occasion (not my family, but still a family) in early May 2013, I made this little item at an interesting geographical location.

Duration:00:03:12

The Thames at Hammersmith, a week after The Boat Race

4/13/2013
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Some rowers are on the river, some with a coach in a motor boat, some not; a river cruiser passes; and more. I spent half an hour recording...

Duration:00:11:35

Urban Reservoir one Sunday Morning

2/18/2013
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After two days at the In The Field symposium, I was woken early on Sunday by a sound that brought to mind two recordings we heard at the...

Duration:00:07:46

Walks on Hampstead Heath

11/10/2012
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Simple field recordings, and me describing, some probably fairly ordinary sounds of Hampstead Heath Extension and the adjoining Sandy Heath.

Duration:00:07:17

Antwerp Central Station Field Recording

9/22/2012
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Four minutes in the main hall of Antwerp Central Station in late August. The space is gorgeous to look at too!

Duration:00:04:02

White Cliffs of Dover

9/2/2012
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Another of those nature walks I do. If you’ve heard one, you’ll know that listening is a waste of your time. 1 August, 2012, and we’re walking from...

Duration:00:20:11