Coast to Coast - Audio Documentation of a Walk between the Seas

Walking Coast to Coast - From St. Bees at the Atlantic Ocean to Robin Hood's Bay at the North Sea

In summer 2011 urban sounds to go conducted interviews and collected soundbites on one of the most famous long distant walks of Europe.

Year by year more than 10.000 hikers cross the largest of the British Islands from west to east. During the 197 miles they pass the marvellous Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the legendary North York Moors National Park.

We invite you on a sonic journey.

From St. Bees on the Atlantic Ocean
to Robin Hood's Bay on the North Sea. 

 (English, 14 minutes)

Release of Audio Walk 'My English Friedrichshain'

The students get a new class mate: Paul and his parents have moved from Schottland to Berlin. Since Paul does not speak any German yet his new friends decide to prepare a welcome present for him - in English of course...

urban sounds to go and children from Pettenkofer Primary School have done a research on international traces in the neighbourhood of Berlin Friedrichshain.

As a result they created an audio guided tour, that is simultaneously a radio play , a quiz and  a scavenger hunt.

Here you find a short trailer:

  • With mobile loudspeaker through the neighbourhood
  • Release of My English Friedrichshain
  • With mobile loudspeaker through the neighbourhood
  • Release of My English Friedrichshain

The complete audio walk can be downloaded here.

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