Archive | August, 2016

Reflections on Lodge Hill: Watch, by Paul Evans

Today’s blog continues the series of reflections following our expedition to Lodge Hill, part of the “remimagining lost and forgotten landscapes” project. This is the second from broadcaster and writer Paul Evans. Watch   The lane down from the Lodge has a roadblock and is bordered by chain-link fencing and barbed wire. The derelict buildings […]

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A World Away, So Near. Julian Hoffman reflects on Lodge Hill, Kent

A World Away, So Near On May 19th 1924, the BBC made history with its first live broadcast of a wild animal, setting its microphones and sound equipment in the leafy Surrey garden of cellist Beatrice Harrison as she performed a duet with a nightingale. Against all of the expectations of BBC founder Lord Reith […]

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People Need Nature expedition to Lodge Hill, Kent: photographic reflection by Marian Nunzia

Continuing our series of reflections on the People Need Nature “reimagining lost landscapes” expedition to Lodge Hill in Kent, here is a photographic essay from Maria Nunzia @Varvera.   https://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=WmWDbBSXAr8&u=/watch%3Fv%3DiFCNoxHXWOE%26feature%3Dem-share_video_user

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