I live and work in London with my guide dog Vance, and use AudioBoo to chart life's highs, lows and intermediate points. To hear about my latest travels, or to learn about training with or working a guide dog listen on.
This rather long recording was made whilst wandering around the 2015 Harrogate Christmas Fair with Mark, Qing, Mark's mum, and dogs Archie, Rosie and of course guide dog Vance.
#GuideDog #vance #christmas #fair #harrogate #yorkshire #sausage
The 2015 remembrance day service at Richmonds War Memorial.
As is the way in Richmond the crowds gathered quite late for today's remembrance day service. By the time the Last Post was played on a slightly squeaky trumpet however the terrace overlooking the wall memorial and the river Thames...
Vance needed to go out so I took the opportunity to record a few minutes of fireworks audible from my back door. I thought the loud bangs overlaid on the familiar Sound of passing aircraft was quite jarring...
#Firework #November #2015 #Richmond #London #guidedog #vance
Narva is a city on the eastern edge of Estonia, right at the Russian border. We went there on a weekend trip and I had the opportunity to record this up close. The estonian chatter is my mum and her friend.
This is one of my favourite hymns. It was written by Timothy Dudley-Smith and set to the traditional Woodlands tune by Walter Greatorex. Hopefully my minister will never know I'm posting this; he might be embarrassed if he ever finds out. The poor man got really exuberant at the beginning of the...
Thanks all, I wish I had kept him on the line and little longer but I went down a bit of a dead end with the VI stuff. Thank you Simon for your link - you did a much better job than I at pretending to be the slightly baffled consumer.
Fore songs from a busker playing the guitar and singing on South Bank in London.
I record a fair few buskers on Audioboo. Some of them are pretty good, and a small number might be better off charting a different career path. This gentleman, who I came across on a stunning summer evening, was...
Hi world! I am Lisa from Germany. 21, guide dog owner, animal lover, bookworm. I live with my wonderful boyfriend and our pets, I enjoy being outside and in nature, having conversations and meeting interesting people. :-)
@sm2n I should probably admit that whilst the photograph is mine it was taken last October from the Shard rather than yesterday in Richmond Park. I would have needed a pretty impressive zoom to achieve such a close-shot from twelve miles away - it was tricky enough from half a mile!
I've always loved recording and audio; all sorts of things from music to relatively everyday, but beautiful, sounds like birdsong. I'm a musician and I have a random sense of humour so you may find some musical, or silly clips as well . :)
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Gwenlliam, thank you so very much for taking the time to post such a lovely comment. Having been on Audioboo forever, and having posted umpteen recordings from every conceivable location, my enthusiasm for the platform has been waning of late. I no longer feel as if I have anything to say that...
Greetings! I am a musician, avid reader, news junkie, lover of nature and an active member of my church. I love to share knowledge and wisdom wherever I may find it. I am also unashamedly quirky, but I do hope you enjoy some of what you hear from me.
Hi, i'm a writer of novels, short stories, drama and poetry. I also enjoy training, rowing, martial arts, music and books. I collect swords and have a passion for anthropology, archaeology and very ancient history.
What a great idea, putting this on Audioboo/m. Who needs radio schedules anyway...?
I was especially impressed by the attention to detail in the first episode where the characters left the cliff railway to the sound of the tank filling up with water for the next run.
It was lovely to discover this in my BooStream. I do have one slight concern however - since when would Paddington's letters have been typed on a computer rather than a typewriter? Surely, part of the stories' charm is the time in which they are set, so updating random elements feels rather jarring.
Like you, I didn't know that the call to prayer could be heard anywhere in the UK outside the walls of a mosque. I remember hearing it regularly on a trip to Turkey some years ago and find it quite mesmerizing.