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The true story of a boy who went missing, while the world looked the other way.
A soundscape of stories and real-life experiences, poetry and music.
Inmates at a Scottish prison engage with archive birdsong recordings.
Sounds recorded inside prison by serving inmates, on the Isle of Portland.
Series hosted by young people living in the UK, about the bits of British History people aren’t talking about enough.
Stories of cars, family relationships, grief, online Scrabble, and the now defunct Pac-Man Magazine
What became of the people who won – or didn’t win – on the darts-based TV quiz show ‘Bullseye’?
What is it about the night? Artists and writers reveal their nocturnal creative processes.
Immigration Van Standoff, Kenmure Street, Glasgow, Scotland
Documenting the creation and context of Nakul Krishnamurthy and Nrithya Pillai's groundbreaking collaboration
Three residents mark the centenary of Britain’s biggest council housing estate: Becontree.
Exploring the history and mythology of Lunan Bay, Angus, Scotland
Stories, sounds and sanctuary: an oral history of Brompton Cemetery, London
Grief, graves and greenery: an oral history of Brompton Cemetery, London
Freeform, experimental documentary following the creation of Witch 'n' Monk's new album.
Mat Fraser imagines how different our world would be if everybody had a disability.
How did a maverick Scottish architect revolutionise the design of UK skateparks?
Derrick Evans, aka Mr Motivator, tells the global story of fitness on the radio.
Why do people love pebbles? What do pebbles tell us about the world - and about ourselves?
Has Covid-19 changed the way we hear, see, smell, taste and touch?
Naomi Beckwith invites artists to suggest Black cultural figures who should be better known.
Can rap help to change black men's attitudes towards mental illness?
Can anyone say they're an "artist"? David Tovey considers the so-called rules.
Glasgow's refugee, migrant and local communities navigate Scotland’s rail system.
Contemporary artists reimagine John Berger’s 'Ways of Seeing' for the digital age.
Celebrating Steve Barker and On The Wire.
How are some of Scotland's newest noise-makers discovering the joys of sound art?
How has Val Wilmer become a world figure in the documentation of Black music and culture?
Sounds of poppies being produced in preparation for the Armistice Centenary.
How is modern music changing striptease? Burlesque stars reveal their soundtrack secrets.
How do people with hearing loss engage with music?
Homelessness in Scotland: what it means, how it feels – and how it sounds.
Ever thought a song could be improved by speeding it up a bit? You're not alone.
A bizarre sound mosaic, counting down into Short Cuts' "Out Of Time" episode about time and timing.
A riotous mash-up of endings, goodbyes and farewells… that refuses to be silenced.
Twenty years after Trainspotting’s release: the real-life addicts who inspired the actors.
The sounds of homelessness – recorded and described by people with first-hand experience of it.
Street artists in Paris and Barcelona explain what they're trying to achieve.
Artists in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo explain how they use street art and pixação as political and social protest.
A celebrity chef, taste -tastic intro to Short Cuts' "Meals" edition.
Seymour, a repeat offender, thrives in prison but struggles to cope with life outside.
Why do some old 7-inch singles sound so good, when slowed down to 33rpm?
When some old 7-inch singles are slowed down to 33rpm, the results can be extraordinary. But what about with other sounds – and indeed, life itself?
A tour through the life... of the tour guide. Produced on location with Ramón and Hidden City Tours.
Mat Fraser meets the striptease pioneers - now in their 70s and 80s - who are reviving their old routines.
Audio stories - produced with volunteers at The Pavement magazine, Glasgow.
Was graffiti the great art of the 70s? New York's pioneers share their stories.
Why is there such an increasing demand for Danish sperm donors?
He took heroin, stole cars, robbed banks kidnapped a policeman. They locked him up... and he found a better life...
A barber, who’s also a boxer, shares the sounds and stories of his intermingling worlds.
Stories interwoven about marks left on the body by love, accident and design.
Produced with members of the creative arts organisation Only Connect.
Stephen Fry investigates the realities of being gay in prison.
Memories of one of Cumbria's most popular entertainers.