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Soundscape of voices and wildlife
Episode 31st June 2023 • Ashdown Forest podcast • Eka Morgan
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This soundscape of the Ashdown Forest is dedicated to James Adler.

James was the Chief Executive of the Conservators of Ashdown Forest from January 2021 to May 2023.

Why is Ashdown Forest special?

This soundscape is a compilation of highlights of interviews with people who know and love the Forest, blended with wildlife sounds. It is a celebration of this rare space, so close to the biggest city in Europe.

Produced by Eka Morgan in 2017.

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'A stunning example of how audio can be so much more powerful than video.’ Anna Buckley, London, Producer, BBC Radio 4’s Life Scientific

‘Wonderful! A real delight to listen to.’ Cheryl Tipp, Curator, Wildlife and Environmental Sounds, British Library

With thanks to the following interviewees, who you hear from in this order:

Corin Stuart

Peter Kirby

Diana Hurrell

Mike Parcell

Rich Allum

Sue Hollingsworth

David Brett – reading from William Cobbett and later Winnie the Pooh

Martin Wilkinson

Gregers Brinch

Tom Forward

Michael Blencowe

David Streeter

Fred Marshall

Henry Osborne

Steve Alton

Mossy Marshall

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Producer: Eka Morgan

Artwork: Carry Akroyd

If you have suggestions for future subjects or if you are in a position to sponsor future episodes, please get in touch: ashdownpodcast@gmail.com.

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