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0120190128

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct. ?

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. In this insightful analysis he asks why we need it, how we lost it and where we might go to find it again.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Philosopher and polar adventurer Erling Kagge explores the power of silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

0120190129

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. In this insightful analysis he asks why we need it, how we lost it and where we might go to find it again.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Philosopher and polar adventurer Erling Kagge explores the power of silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

012019012920190128 (R4)

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. In this insightful analysis he asks why we need it, how we lost it and where we might go to find it again.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Philosopher and polar adventurer Erling Kagge explores the power of silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

0220190129

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. Struck by a vague angst about his constant need for distraction and reluctance to hold still for a single moment, the explorer asks how we lost silence and where we might go to find it again.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

In an attempt to be more present in his own life, Erling Kagge goes in search of silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

022019012920190130 (R4)

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. Struck by a vague angst about his constant need for distraction and reluctance to hold still for a single moment, the explorer asks how we lost silence and where we might go to find it again.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

In an attempt to be more present in his own life, Erling Kagge goes in search of silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

0320190130

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct. ?

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. The city that never sleeps might seem an unlikely place to seek quiet but there are peaceful pockets to be found – both above and below ground.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

In search of silence, philosopher Erling Kagge journeys to the city that never sleeps.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

0320190131

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. The city that never sleeps might seem an unlikely place to seek quiet but there are peaceful pockets to be found – both above and below ground.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

In search of silence, philosopher Erling Kagge journeys to the city that never sleeps.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

032019013120190130 (R4)

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge, the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest, explores the power of silence. The city that never sleeps might seem an unlikely place to seek quiet but there are peaceful pockets to be found – both above and below ground.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

In search of silence, philosopher Erling Kagge journeys to the city that never sleeps.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

042019013120190201 (R4)

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct. ?

Adventurer Erling Kagge - the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest - explores the power of silence, considering how philosophers from Aristotle to Kant have thought about it.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Erling Kagge explores how philosophers throughout history have thought about silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

0420190131

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Adventurer Erling Kagge - the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest - explores the power of silence, considering how philosophers from Aristotle to Kant have thought about it.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Erling Kagge explores how philosophers throughout history have thought about silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

042019013120190201 (R4)

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Adventurer Erling Kagge - the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest - explores the power of silence, considering how philosophers from Aristotle to Kant have thought about it.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Erling Kagge explores how philosophers throughout history have thought about silence.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

0520190201

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge - the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest - explores the power of silence, examining the important part it plays in music.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Philosopher and explorer Erling Kagge examines the important role of silence in music.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

052019020120190202 (R4)

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge - the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest - explores the power of silence, examining the important part it plays in music.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

Philosopher and explorer Erling Kagge examines the important role of silence in music.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres