The sounds of SE16: 24-hour broadcast will put Rotherhithe wildlife on the airways

News Desk (07 April, 2016)

Listeners will get to explore all of Rotherhithe's undercover noise makers, from hedgehogs to tiny insects


Stave Hill Ecological Park’s wildlife will sing for the world as a SoundCamp sets up.

On the weekend of April 30 a 24-hour broadcast will start on site, showcasing the natural sounds of Rotherhithe.

The broadcast will feature live streams of different animals, insects and fish around the world as daybreak occurs.

Grant Smith, an organiser, said: “We want to explore the journey that happened here to see what made it important to migrating birds and become a vital part of the world.”


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