Between The Essays

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01Between The Essays: Listen20151130

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, 'Listen', the Danish radio producer Rikke Houd explores how hearing radio for the first time transformed one Irishman's life.

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

01Between The Essays: Listen20151130

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, 'Listen', the Danish radio producer Rikke Houd explores how hearing radio for the first time transformed one Irishman's life.

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

02Between The Essays: With Faint Dry Sound20151201

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

When we leave the here and now of perception and attempt to describe the world in words, something is lost, a space is opened up. Distance sounds faint and dry in the hiss behind a telephone call or the crackling voices of the recorded past, in the friction between the language we use and what we try to express. In tonight's edition, 'With Faint Dry Sound', the musician and radio producer Phil Smith offers a composed essay on the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, who wrote that words are the "destroyers of things."

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

02Between The Essays: With Faint Dry Sound20151201

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

When we leave the here and now of perception and attempt to describe the world in words, something is lost, a space is opened up. Distance sounds faint and dry in the hiss behind a telephone call or the crackling voices of the recorded past, in the friction between the language we use and what we try to express. In tonight's edition, 'With Faint Dry Sound', the musician and radio producer Phil Smith offers a composed essay on the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, who wrote that words are the "destroyers of things."

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

03Between The Essays: Like Steps Of Passing Ghosts20151202

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, the Prix Italia-winning radio producer Kaitlin Prest, the woman behind Radiotopia's intimate podcast 'The Heart', explores how we can remain haunted by past loves 'Like Steps of Passing Ghosts'.

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

03Between The Essays: Like Steps Of Passing Ghosts20151202

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, the Prix Italia-winning radio producer Kaitlin Prest, the woman behind Radiotopia's intimate podcast 'The Heart', explores how we can remain haunted by past loves 'Like Steps of Passing Ghosts'.

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

04Between The Essays: The Leaves, Frost-crisp'd, Break From The Trees20151203

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, Australian musician and radio producer Jaye Kranz delves into the therapeutic possibilities of poetry, using the line 'The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees' to tumble down the rabbit hole into a dreamlike space of memories.

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

04Between The Essays: The Leaves, Frost-crisp'd, Break From The Trees20151203

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, Australian musician and radio producer Jaye Kranz delves into the therapeutic possibilities of poetry, using the line 'The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees' to tumble down the rabbit hole into a dreamlike space of memories.

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

05Between The Essays: And Fall20151204

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, 'And Fall', the British radio producer and sound artist Hana Walker-Brown offers a story of fear and flight, as Aleksandra Bilic describes being forced to leave her home.

"It's funny trying to remember what's a memory and what's a feeling, I remember fear, and it doesn't matter what age you are or how aware you are of what's happening. As a child you don't understand what a war is - that's beyond you. But you can understand fear - and so my main memory and all the sounds and visuals are covered in a blanket of that."

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.

05Between The Essays: And Fall20151204

Listen...

With faint dry sound,

Like steps of passing ghosts,

The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees

And fall

Five radio producers from around the world hijack The Essay to offer a series of Radio 3's innovative Between the Ears features in miniature, in response to the five-line poem 'November Night'.

In tonight's edition, 'And Fall', the British radio producer and sound artist Hana Walker-Brown offers a story of fear and flight, as Aleksandra Bilic describes being forced to leave her home.

"It's funny trying to remember what's a memory and what's a feeling, I remember fear, and it doesn't matter what age you are or how aware you are of what's happening. As a child you don't understand what a war is - that's beyond you. But you can understand fear - and so my main memory and all the sounds and visuals are covered in a blanket of that."

A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 3.