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Sonic Seasoning is a podcast that explores topics of food culture in Bristol and beyond, through storytelling and playful soundscape composition. The first season will comprise of four episodes focussed on food culture and the soundscapes associated with each locality.
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Sonic Seasoning is a podcast that explores topics of food culture in Bristol and beyond, through storytelling and playful soundscape composition. The first season will comprise of four episodes focussed on food culture and the soundscapes associated with each locality.
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    S1#2 | Baba Ganoush Kitchen

    S1#2 | Baba Ganoush Kitchen

    In this second episode, we head down to one of Bristols best spots for falafel, Baba Ganoush Kitchen! Grab your headphones and get lost in the sounds and stories of this prized Middle-Eastern food hub! 
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    • 16 min
    S1#1 | St Nicholas Market

    S1#1 | St Nicholas Market

    In this first episode of the season, we explore St Nicholas Market in Bristol. Join us for a journey through the sounds and stories of the market.
    St Nicholas Market was established in 1743 and has been in use ever since as a market for local traders to sell goods and it was even used as a music venue!
    Nowadays, the market is thriving with both permanent stallholders and adhoc traders. There are various weekly markets that happen on the street outside the corn exchange and permanent shops inside the corn exchange and glass arcade. Find out more about the market here over at Visit Bristol -https://visitbristol.co.uk/food-and-drink/st-nicholas-market-p444463.

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    • 19 min
    S1 #0 | Sonic Seasoning Trailer

    S1 #0 | Sonic Seasoning Trailer

    Sonic Seasoning is a podcast that explores topics of food culture in Bristol and beyond through storytelling and soundscape composition. Each episode will be an insight into a different food-related topic with an amalgamation of interviews and facts, bound together with playful editing of field recordings. 
    The first episode will be released on Thursday 14th May 2020.

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