Lots of wind through the trees at Bacton Woods in North Norfolk. Recorded on 18 July 2017 for World Listening Day
Can anyone identify the bird whistle on this recording at Bacton Woods in North Norfolk? Recorded on 18 July 2017 for World Listening Day
Hydrophone placed about 6 inches below the sand at the shore line. The rustling is the sand moving across the microphone and you can also hear the rumble of the wind above ground. Recorded at Holme Dunes on 18 July Read More …
I buried a hydrophone about 6 inches into a sand dune below some of the grass. The result, on a very windy day in North Norfolk, was this amazing sound. It sounds more like bamboo rattling together with the occasional Read More …
A walk through the Norwich Lanes Summer Fayre. Recored binaurally, best heard with headphones.
For International Dawn Chorus Day 2017 I headed to Cley Marshes in North Norfolk as part of the Sounding Coastal Change project. Details of the morning can be found on my website.
I’m producing a six part series for Norwich based Future Radio looking at some of the recordings featured on the Norfolk Sound Map. The programmes will be broadcast on the second Sunday of the month at 5pm in two parts and Read More …
RAF Spitfire flying over Norwich for the City’s Battle of Britain Parade. Recorded 12 September 2016
Band of the Royal Air Force College outside City Hall in Norwich for the Battle of Britain Parade. Recorded 12 September 2016
This visiting children’s choir from South Africa did an impromptu performance at the Millennium Library at The Forum in Norwich. You can find out more about the choir at watoto.com Recorded 7th July 2016.