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Singing Whales and Birds With Blue Feet

You can learn a great deal about pacing and intonation by letting the euphonious voice of Sir David Attenborough wash over you for two minutes a day.  96 more words

Sing Better English

Disappearance

(Text written in June 2014, for gallery exhibition at Enclave)

Roderick Maclachlan’s new work, Disappearance, extends his established analogue media practice (Paint Can Reflected… 825 more words

Events

Björk: Biophilia Live

Biophilia, noun. As the Oxford English Dictionary has it: “(According to a theory of the biologist E. O. Wilson) an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world.” Björk: Biophilia Live, the film of her 2013 concert tour for the album Biophilia, at… 363 more words

DNA

David Attenborough to explore the Great Barrier Reef in landmark new BBC One series

David Attenborough will explore the Great Barrier Reef in a landmark new series for BBC One. 214 more words

UK TV

Ecology Quest - am I living a second childhood ?

Whilst thinking about how to deepen my writing about place – a love for ecological writing, nature writing, and an idea for a new book of poetry and story has been born, or surfaced.   380 more words

Nature

The Great Optical Prison Break

Some things are better left unseen. Like seeing your parents playing naked leap frog in the bedroom or watching a pimply teen at the local fast food restaurant pop a zit at the fry station. 1,004 more words

What Have I Learnt from the Conference for Nature?

Where do you get Sir David Attenborough, the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, the feminist writer Germaine Greer, a Fransiscan monk, Tony Juniper, the CEO of the Mineral Products Association, and Lord Peter Melchett all in one room? 1,005 more words

Environment