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Artist Talks: Seán Ronayne
Hello! This is already our fourth episode of the series Artist Talks. Our guest today is Seán Ronayne, an ornithologist
Artist Talks: Darcy Spidle
Welcome to our third episode of this series where we have conversations with the best nature listeners in the world.
Artist Talks: Chris Hails
Welcome to our second episode of this series where we have conversations with the best nature listeners in the world.
Artist Talks: Mélia Roger
Welcome to our very first episode of this series where we have conversations with the best nature listeners in the
Upon my odyssey for wisdom, destiny cast me ashore on the isle of Little Tobago, a haven where avian secrets
Gentle Waves of the Black Sea
A very calm secluded bay on the Bulgarian Black Sea, with gentle waves crashing at the stone shore. Recoded by
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David Attenborough enters the ‘Secret World of Sound’
As anthropophonic sound pollution increasingly mutes the sounds of the natural world, it’s well past time for this subject to
Ecotherapy: benefits of the great outdoors
Also known as nature therapy, ecotherapy involves activities which take place out of doors, in both urban and rural spaces
Nature sounds in music
Following our recent article, ‘Eight Pieces of Classical Music Inspired by the Natural World’, we’re pleased to bring you a
Seán Ronayne, ornithologist: Sound-recording every bird in Ireland
Seán Ronayne inherited his life-long love of birds from his father and grandfather. One of his first memories involves being
Field recording failures, managing microplastics, and the charm of carnivorous plants | Newsletter #58
Aannyeong*, friend. 👋 What can be learned from unsuccessful sound-recording excursions? How can the proliferation of microplastic particles be kept
Eight pieces of classical music inspired by the natural world
The industrial revolution began just 260 years ago – a period that accounts for just a 700th of the duration
Lichen lessons, whitethroat mimicry, and summer in Brazil | Newsletter #57
Ĵakšı*, friend. 👋 Which earth.fm playlists from 2023 were the team’s favorites? What does a December day in the forests
Stopping roadkill, Indian field trips, and the cost of seaweed farms | Newsletter #56
Habari*, friend? 👋 In this first newsletter of 2024, earth.fm asks whether seaweed farms could be a future miracle food,
Lessons learned from a failed field recording
It was three in the morning when I woke up, annoyed that it was too early. After tossing and turning
Animal rights, cloud forest sounds, and… what is life? | Newsletter #55
Namaskar*, friend. 👋 Welcome to the 55th edition of the earth.fm newsletter. We’re also delighted to announce that audio production
Soundscapes of ‘Lesser’ Nature (part two)
Soundscapes of Lesser Nature is a soundscape ecology research project that focuses on deep listening as a visceral way to
We have curated 1 extra playlist this month.
Wind is the original radio
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