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Episode 20: crepuscular walks with Tony Whitehead
Episode 19: soundscapes by the sea
Episode 18: The Bells of Dartmoor
Episode 17: soundscapes of Devon and Dartmoor
Episode 16: an interview at the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World
Episode 15: an interview with writer Alicia Grace (re-broadcast from Oct 2012)
Episode 14: soundscapes by Richard Povall
Episode 13: from the AHA archive: Gregg Wagstaff at Frenchbeer Farm Nr 3 (Final edition)
Episode 12: from the AHA archive: Gregg Wagstaff at Frenchbeer Farm Nr 2
Episode 11: from the AHA archive: Gregg Wagstaff at Frenchbeer Farm Nr 1
Episode 10: Eva Radio explores travel (from October 2012)
Episode 9: Sound artist Hannah Standen explores life on Runnage Farm in Dartmoor. Part of Aune Head Arts’ Focus on Farmers project in 2003.
Episode 8: from the archive: a reading of Jane Beeson’s ‘Star-Eyed Fool’ read by Mark Beeson and Susannah Lash.
Episode 7: Laura Smith explores the Cornish mining districts of Pool and Camborne. From the Mining Landscape project.
Episode 6: A sound installation by AHA Radio producer Richard Povall (www.richardpovall.net)
Episode 5: Martin Prothero explored the River Tavy as part of our Mining Landscape project back in 2009. Amongst other things, the hour explores migration, birdlife, and the music of the Tavy Tars.
Episode 4: Listen again to the winners of the Wordquest Devon schools poetry competition as the winners muse on their favourite place in Devon; and then to the sound installation based on Charlie Henry’s “My Favourite Words”.
Episode 3: listen again to the work of Jennie Hayes, Kate Green and Sue Palmer, working with older people in rural Devon. From the ‘soundings’ project in 2009. Broadcast November 14, 2012
Episode 2: Artist-led walks. Shelley Castle at the Flete Estate, and Tony Whitehead at Dawlish Warren at dusk. Broadcast Nov 8, 2012
Episode 1: The GeoTrio at Cockington Court (November 1,2011) Broadcast Nov 1, 2012
Aune Head Arts
Aune Head Arts is now closed. This website is being maintained as an archive site only. We'd like to say a big big thank you to everyone who was part of our work since 1997.
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