Stories of venturing where you shouldn’t in last week’s Short Cuts with Josie Long. Have a listen on the BBC website here

Stories of venturing where you shouldn’t in last week’s Short Cuts with Josie Long. Have a listen on the BBC website here

For today’s Short Cuts on trespassing, Josie Long has created this delightful interactive comic!

Tune into the programme at 3pm today on BBC Radio 4 or download the podcast here

… and you can hear the full version of KCRW UnFictional’s story ‘The Man Who Could Record Your Dreams' on their website here

… and you can hear the full version of KCRW UnFictional’s story ‘The Man Who Could Record Your Dreams' on their website here

Dreams, nightmares and distorted reality in the first of a new series of Short Cuts on BBC Radio 4.
Josie Long hears stories of dreamlike reality from the addictive, perception-altering qualities of romantic love through to a surreal story about recording dreams. We hear from the legendary film editor and director Walter Murch about the dreamlike qualities of cinematic narratives and the psychologist Susan Blackmore’s experience of looking down from the ceiling at her own body.
Listen here

Dreams, nightmares and distorted reality in the first of a new series of Short Cuts on BBC Radio 4.

Josie Long hears stories of dreamlike reality from the addictive, perception-altering qualities of romantic love through to a surreal story about recording dreams. We hear from the legendary film editor and director Walter Murch about the dreamlike qualities of cinematic narratives and the psychologist Susan Blackmore’s experience of looking down from the ceiling at her own body.

Listen here

Happy Valentine’s Day!
Here’s an archive Short Cuts with stories of love lost and found including automated heartbreak assistance and falling in love with a piece of string
Listen here

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Here’s an archive Short Cuts with stories of love lost and found including automated heartbreak assistance and falling in love with a piece of string

Listen here

"I found with great distress that I could not remember what my wife looked like…"
Beautiful, inventive audio-led film from the New York Times exploring writer and theologian John Hull’s perspective on his deteriorating eyesight.
Watch ‘Notes on Blindness' here

"I found with great distress that I could not remember what my wife looked like…"

Beautiful, inventive audio-led film from the New York Times exploring writer and theologian John Hull’s perspective on his deteriorating eyesight.

Watch ‘Notes on Blindness' here

Here’s our music video of odd and delightful 1950s sex education films set to the band Summer Camp's new documentary soundtrack…

The BBC Radio 4 programme Forever Young: Love and Marriage explores how young people’s attitudes to love and sex have shifted. You can hear the whole programme here

When I opened my eyes I saw nothing but the pool of night sky, for I was lying on my back with out-stretched arms, face to face with that hatchery of stars.

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Wind, Sand and Stars (via wnycradiolab)

Great Radiolab blog about falling into the sky, with an extract from one of the most wonderful true stories of adventure - Wind, Sand and Stars…

Reblogged from Radiolab

lucygidney:

Shortcuts series on BBC radio 4 - listening and doodling to the episodes, ideas forming! The new brief is to create a 60 second animation to a 60 second clip of our choice from any of the episodes - 6 hours of listening to do! Too many options!

We LOVE these Short Cuts doodles!

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Drawing the radio!!
Exciting new collaboration between comic book artist Dan Berry and storytelling podcast The Memory Palace.
Have a look at their story about a mysterious ‘phantom anaesthetist’ lurking in the shadows of suburban Illinois in ‘A Gas Gas Gas’

Drawing the radio!!

Exciting new collaboration between comic book artist Dan Berry and storytelling podcast The Memory Palace.

Have a look at their story about a mysterious ‘phantom anaesthetist’ lurking in the shadows of suburban Illinois in ‘A Gas Gas Gas