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Season 1

Episode 1: May 24 2011. Readings from Beatrice Chase

Episode 2: June 8 2011. Readings from Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Conan-Doyle)

Episode 3: June 22 2011. Readings from Cecil Torr's "Small Talk at Wreyland"

Episode 4: July 3 2011. Readings from JHB Peel's "More Country Talk"

Episode 5: CANCELLED because of a special broadcast on Soundart Radio

Episode 6: 03 August 2011. John Galsworthy's "The Apple Tree" pt 1

Episode 7: 17 August 2011. John Galsworthy's "The Apple Tree" pt 2

Season 2

Episode 8: 15 Sept 2011 (not recorded) Charlie Henry's "My Favourite Words" sound installation

Episode 9: 22 Sept 2011. Vian Smith's "Portrait of Dartmoor"

Episode 10: 29 Sept 2011: Fanny (Frances) Burney

Episode 11: 6 October 2011: Oscar Wilde [LISTEN]

Episode 12: 13 October 2011: Henry James

Episode 13: 20 October 2011: Laurence Shelley (live interview and readings) [LISTEN]

Episode 14: 27 October 2011: John Keats [LISTEN]

Episode 15: 3 November 2011: The Cockington Complex (with the Geo Trio) [LISTEN]

Episode 16: 10 November 2011: Jane Beeson's 'Star-Eyed Fool' [LISTEN]

Episode 17: 17 November 2011: John Hall (live interview and readings) [LISTEN]

Episode 18: 24 November 2011: work by sound artists Sue Palmer, Jennie Hayes and Kate Green [LISTEN]

Episode 19: 1 December 2011: Lawrence Sail (live interview and readings) [LISTEN]

Episode 20: 8 December 2011: "The Adventure of Abbey Grange" a Sherlock Holmes story [LISTEN]

Episode 21: 15 December 2011: Roselle Angwin (live interview and readings) [LISTEN]


Season 3

Episode 22 12 January 2012: readings by Dani Redd, Graham Burchell, Janet Shartp, Sara Hurley, Susannah Lash, Douglas Young, Erica Loram, James Paxman, Laurence Shelley, Lunar Hine, Peter Villiers, and Phil De Burlet, all from workshop writing done as part of Clare George's 'A Short History of the Future of Dartmoor'. All of these readings are also featured below, including the ones we weren't able to include in the show.

Episode 23 coming January 19.








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