Curated byJorge Patino, Hark Editor
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A Walk to Silence

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Take a walk to a square inch of silence in Olympic National Forest with acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton. From the podcast On Being.
A Walk to Silence

On Being with Krista Tippett

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Living in Silence

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After getting her cochlear implant to avoid losing her sense of hearing completely, some part of Rebecca Knill wished to be deaf. Listen to why she prefers a life in silence. From the Ted Radio Hour podcast.
Living in Silence

TED Radio Hour

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Silence in God

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Following the footsteps of Christian mystic Thomas Merton, writer Fred Bahnson takes a pilgrimage to the Anasazi ruins where silence speaks in silence. From the Emergence Magazine podcast.
Silence in God

Emergence Magazine Podcast

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Spring in Glasgow

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Lose yourself amidst Glasgow’s blossoming spring. From the Field Recordings podcast.
Spring in Glasgow

Field Recordings

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How to Foster Silence

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Silence is an endangered species. How to save it? Activist Gordon Hempton on how to foster, experience and be comfortable in silence.
How to Foster Silence

On Being with Krista Tippett

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The Art of Silence

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Listen to a poem about Marcel Marceau, the man whose art was silence, and marvel at a description of one of his miming acts as Bip the clown. From The Best of our Knowledge podcast.
The Art of Silence

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

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John Cage’s 4’33’’

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Listen to Dave Hilliard and Hahre Sol's reflection on how John Cage’s revolutionary music piece 4 33 questions humanity’s relation to sound and silence, and experience the first movement of the piece. From the Twenty Thousand Hertz podcast.
John Cage’s 4’33’’

Twenty Thousand Hertz

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Beethoven’s Silent Symphony

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While deaf, Beethoven composed one of his greatest works of music: his 9th symphony. History This Week host illustrate the first time it was performed and the experience of Beethoven conducting it.
Beethoven’s Silent Symphony

HISTORY This Week

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The Quietest Place on Earth

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Writer George Michelsen Foy describes what is was like to be inside the quietest place on Earth. From The Best of our Knowledge podcast.
The Quietest Place on Earth

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

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