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Australia's most capped sheepdog trialist gives the low down on how to train a champion sheepdog
Back at the Church, 16:41, 17 October
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Came back to the church just over an hour later. A different shift of avian choristers, slightly less melodic but stronger vocal impact. Crows are a bit more rock and roll perhaps?
Lloyd Felton, Rural broadband Partnership, Cumbria Sept 10
Andy Ridgewell - The Countrymen's Club
Andy talks about how his Silver Dreams funded project aims to support the lives of older men in Dorset and the need for such a program. ...
Gate squeaking in the breeze
Spotlight Word of the Day - Rural
Read along: Hi, I’m Liz Waid bringing you Spotlight’s word of the day. Today’s word is RURAL. This word comes from today’s program, COLA LIFE. The word RURAL is an ADJECTIVE. It means “of or relating to the country and the people who live there instead of the city.” Here’s RURAL in a sentence from today’s program: “In rural Zambia, in Southern Africa, there are not very many people.” Join us tomorrow for another Spotlight word of the day!
Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers return the horns to St Nicholas Church - 6th September 2010
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On the morning of Wakes Monday, early in September, the horn dancers take sets of ancient reindeer horns from St Nicholas church and dance through Abbots Bromley and the surrounding area for the rest of the day. In the evening the church bells peal to welcome the dancers, as they leave the pouring rain and enter the church in order to return the horns to their resting place for another year. Recorded on an M-Audio Micro-track II on 6th Sept 2010
Out in The Sticks Julian
Wind on the fens
Excellent recording of the wind, many thanks for sharing it with the UK Soundmap.
A strong westerly wind meets the trees in the garden. The higher, rushing, sound comes from the needles of a cedar tree while the lower roar is produced by the bare branches of an ash tree.