Documentaries presented on BBC Radio by Trevor Cox
- Auditory illusions
- Oxygen: The Breath of Life
- Compression versus Art
- Giving Up Music for Lent
- Singing Machines
- Saturday Classics
- In search of the ideal music venue
- Can a computer write Shakespeare?
- Sound of Cinema: Sound and Fury
- The Physicists Guide to the Orchestra
- Green Ears
- The Pleasure of Noise
- World Musical Instruments: percussion and string instruments
- World Musical Instruments: wind instruments
- World Musical Instruments: Voice
- Biomimicry: Inspired by Nature
- Science vs Strad
- Dragon’s Lab
- Sound Architecture: The Spaces That Speak
- Life’s SoundTrack: Speech (Discovery)
- Life’s SoundTrack: Hearing (Discovery)
- Life’s SoundTrack: BBC Radio 4
- Sounds of Science: Bad Vibes and Good Vibrations
- Sounds of Science: The Secret Life of Sound
- Save our Sounds: Episode 2
- Save our Sounds: Episode 1
- The Life Scientific
- The Infinite Monkey Cage, Glastonbury
- Co-originator and judge of BBC Radio 4’s ‘So You Want To Be A Scientist?’, a competition to find Britain’s best amateur scientist
- Resident Scientist for BBC Radio Manchester 2006-10
Is it possible to obtain an impulse response of the longest reverb that was recorded as the longest echo b yourself please? I listed to your radio 4 interview this week and thourghly enjoy the saxophone being played.
If you look on freesound.org you’ll find all the impulse responses to download. https://www.freesound.org/people/acs272/packs/13598/
Thank you for the link much appreciated. I now have the IR loaded onto my DAW.
Hi Trevor – I’m on a desperate hunt to find a playable version of the “Save Our Sounds” Episode 1 program. It seems to no longer live at the BBC link, and I can’t find it through search engines. Do you have any idea where it can be heard? I’m teaching a high school course on field recording and soundscapes and we’re about to go on soundwalks this week…. I’d love for the students to hear “Save Our Sounds” Ep. 1 before we begin our walks! Thank you for your help!
Thank you for the response, it does seem as though there’s some sort of glitch with that link – it has no player or play button feature.
I can only suggested emailing the BBC web team and see if they can solve it.