#245: 2009.07.12 [martin clarke]

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this edition of framework:afield has been produced in the uk by martin clarke.  for more info see martin’s website at http://www.rockscottage.net.  a brief description from martin:

The programme is a series of short soundscapes from different parts of the world (Lebanon, Ukraine, Poland, Portugal) but that structure kind of dissolves towards the end and it goes:  Beirut, Kiev, Biebrza (Poland), Nodar/Parada (Portugal) and Mlynik (Poland).


and once again, a blatant monetary plea: as i announced last week, i have now added clear paypal donation buttons to the framework website.  producing framework takes a lot of my time, and i need your help to be able to continue.  everything helps – if a handful of you were to choose to donate just 1 euro per month via the subscription button, it would make things  a lot easier.  everything about framework is free and without sponsorship or advertising, and i want to keep it that way, so if you value the show, and particularly if you listen via the free podcast, please donate, either as a one-off, or with a regular monthly subscription. and of course 25% of your donation will be passed on to the equally-deserving resonancefm.  so come on folks!  show us you care!

one more note for podcast subscribers: you may have experienced some problems downloading last week’s edition – these have now been resolved and the file is still available, so you should be able to refresh and relaunch the download now…

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