History Through The Ears

As part of BBC Radio 3's 60th anniversary celebration, Christopher Frayling discovers how the act of listening has changed dramatically.

By exploring aspects of cultural history, including the evolving role of the audience, the invention of the printing press, gramophone and iPod, he reveals how our listening habits have undergone fantastic transformations.

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As part of BBC Radio 3's 60th anniversary celebration, Christopher Frayling discovers how the act of listening has changed dramatically.

By exploring aspects of cultural history, including the evolving role of the audience, the invention of the printing press, gramophone and iPod, he reveals how our listening habits have undergone fantastic transformations.

2006092420061231

As part of BBC Radio 3's 60th anniversary celebration, Christopher Frayling discovers how the act of listening has changed dramatically.

By exploring aspects of cultural history, including the evolving role of the audience, the invention of the printing press, gramophone and iPod, he reveals how our listening habits have undergone fantastic transformations.As part of BBC Radio 3's 60th anniversary celebration, Christopher Frayling discovers how the act of listening has changed dramatically. By exploring aspects of cultural history, including the evolving role of the audience, the invention of the printing press, gramophone and iPod, he reveals how our listening habits have undergone fantastic transformations.

20061231

Christopher Frayling discovers how the act of listening has changed dramatically. Exploring aspects of cultural history, including the evolving role of the audience and such inventions as the gramophone and the iPod, he reveals how our listening habits have undergone extraordinary transformations.