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Burn Slush!

Competitive reindeer racing in the far north of Finland for the BBC World Service

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Moving Pictures

A major three-part series for BBC Radio 4 that offers listeners the chance to take a long, slow look at great artworks.

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Thames Water Radio

A unique audio installation that uses the water of the Thames to receive sound. Created for Estuary 2016.

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The Yellow Cab Blues

Meet New York's rookie cabbies - trying to earn a living in the most stressful city in the world. BBC World Service.

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How to Dig a Grave

Scottish gravediggers Stevie and Bobby explain how to hand-dig a grave. BBC Radio 4.

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Skylarking

Levitating yogis, labradors with wings and freewheeling angels. An episode of Between the Ears for BBC Radio 3.

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Cabinet of Animosities

The museum that exhibits objects left behind at the end of love affairs. What would you donate? BBC Radio 4.

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Dreaming Dickens

A dream-walk through the streets of modern London with Charles Dickens. BBC World Service.

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The Listening Project Symphony

The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra presents The Listening Project Symphony. Live broadcast, BBC Radio 4.

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White Stiletto Dreams

Romford Market in the ‘80s was loud and bawdy… the wild west with Essex accents. BBC Radio 4.

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Wandering Souls: Saigon

American veterans return to Vietnam to help their former enemies search for a mass grave. BBC World Service.

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Wandering Souls: Hanoi

Vietnam is haunted; over-run with ghosts. Past wars have created millions of wandering souls. BBC World Service.

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Jump!

The terror and delight of leaps into the unknown. An episode of Something Understood for BBC Radio 4.

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The Magic Carpet Flight Manual

Could magic carpets be real? And what does our desire to fly tell us about ourselves? BBC World Service.

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No Greater Love

A documentary-memorial to an ordinary man who died rescuing a child from drowning. BBC World Service.

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Little Volcanoes

Conversations with patients and staff at Pilgrims Hospice, Margate. Recorded in June 2013 for SkyArts.