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Ephemeral sounds, mainly. Rain and streets and people chattering and stuff. I'm head of digital at BBC Radio 3 and chair of governors at Fair Field Junior School in Radlett.
The racket in Skibbereen's famous Field's supermarket.
Mum and Dad lived in a beautiful cottage at Creagh, near Skibbereen in West Cork for the last twenty years of their lives. We've now sold the cottage. This audio (which isn't very good actually - mostly wind noise) is from my last visit.
Self-explanatory, really. The sound of the wind at Creagh, near Skibbereen in West Cork. Wild as ever.
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Extract from the very first Between the Ears on BBC Radio 3. Composed by Ian Gardiner, performed by the Ensemble George W Welch, with a cast of voices from the BBC Sound Archive and produced by Alan Hall.
Winner of the Prix Italia, 1994
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There is something great about late night radio on any format. An intimacy with the listener. That's not the only reason Robin Lustig will be so fondly remembered after 23 years.
Radio plays a part in all our lives. Enjoy here, some choice moments from the first hundred years of the medium in the UK. You may find my book useful too: '**How to Make Great Radio', **published by Biteback.