Today, you’ll hear from photograph collector WM Hunt about his book The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious.
Welcome to the Sound Kitchen Special Recipes … special summer programmes cooked up just for you.
Today is part one in a two-part series with photograph collector W.M. Hunt. I hope you enjoy it.
Look at that beautiful link to the Sound Kitchen Listeners' Cookbook! It actually happened! I’m very happy about it, and I hope you enjoy looking at it. Please feel free to send in any comments you have and we would love it if you’d send in photos – both of you, and of your completed dish.
Don’t hesitate to use the zoom tool on countries where there are a lot of forks; that will separate them so you can read the titles easier. Click on the title and the recipe appears.
Also, if you are interested in corresponding with other Sound Kitchen listeners, let me know. I’ll figure out a way to get you together – most likely through a special page on our website …
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Remember, I’m still collecting your essays. If your essay goes on the air, you’ll find a package in the mail from the Sound Kitchen. Write in about your community heroes – the people in your community who are quietly working to make the world a better place, in whatever way they can. I am still looking for your “This I Believe” essays, too. Tell us about the principles that guide your life … what you have found to be true from your very own personal experience. Or write in with your most memorable moment, and/or your proudest achievement.
Send your mini book reviews, your musical requests, your secret “guilty” pleasure (mine’s chocolate!), your tricks for remembering things, your favourite quotations and proverbs, descriptions of the local festivals you participate in, your weirdest dream, or just your general all-around thoughts to:
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I look forward to hearing from you soon!
All the best,