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The Sound Barrier : Blog

Big orbits, small worlds, connecting on The Sound Barrier

Connection has been something of a theme throughout the last few episodes of The Sound Barrier. Connection between people, across cultures, across species, with the environment.

Jim Denley partners with time and place on The Sound Barrier!

On the week's edition of The Sound Barrier the focus of the entire show was on one Australia's most original and creative collabo

Music making friends across the sound barrier!

In a world that seems in so many ways to be coming increasingly fragmented, it can sometimes be easy to forget how easily forged connections and friendship can really be.

What is sound the sound of?

When you hear the sound of a bird you hear it as the sound of a bird. Or the sound of a car going past, you hear, well, the sound of a car.

It's not too late to save the cosmos from mediocrity!!

Last night's edition of The Sound Barrier may have been the final two hours of this year's PBS Radio Festival but, even so, it's

One small step to make the universe great again!

This week's edition of The Sound Barrier is all about space: looking at it, reaching for it, reflecting upon it.

The Sound Barrier fires up the turbines for 2017 Radio Festival!

As The Sound Barrier transitions into Tales from the Other Side at midnight, and 14 May transitions into 15 May, the 2017 PBS Radio Fe

From fugues to formulas - Bach and Stockhausen

When Bach died in 1750 he left his mammoth and marvellous The Art of the Fugue unfinished.

Or did he?

The resonance of voice - could it be the oldest most neglected musical instrument?

The human voice is as old as, well, human beings.

New music from near and far: pulsars to vivisection

Pulsars were first discovered in 1967. So regular was the sound of their radio signals coming from the depths of space that we at first thought they were aliens.

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