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The story of Darwin’s “Tremendous Journey” on the Beagle and what happened afterwards. "This is the original version of the
Four Billion Years
A moving plea for humans to take care of Earth and its life-forms.
A waltz-time mnemonic for the taxonomic divisions - Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species.
Applauds the achievements of mutation, evolution's driving force.
Scintillating piano arpeggios accompany a word-picture of life forms that glow with their own light.
A chilly hibernation theme melts into a warm melody, evoking the hedgehog's awakening to the spring sunshine.
Stripy monarch’s determination to found a new hive expressed in a stirring chorus worthy of Motown.
Botanical Mr Darwin
This is the special botanical version of the song Mister Darwin, written for Kew's Great Plant Hunt. If you'd
Evocative tale of cichlid fish evolving into hundreds of different species in Africa’s great lakes as water levels change over
Moody migration tango leading to a relaxed swallow’s song as it flies from Africa to Britain.
Great Plant Hunt
All 19 plant species from Kew’s Project celebrated in song.
93 Million Miles Away
A pacy race through the story of our closest star.
An atmospheric evocation of the Moon's desolation.
A frenetic whirl through the Pre-Cambrian, Palaeozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic geological eras.
An introduction and round detailing the structure of the whole Solar System.
Elegiac and deeply-felt response to the beauty of the night-time heavens.
Bluesy introduction to the scariest inhabitants of the universe.
Does light really only ever travel in straight lines?
A celebration of Earth's oldest and most successful life form.
Swooping, flying, gliding, soaring song of the creatures that take to the air.
They ruled the earth for millions of years - but then what happened?
What eats what eats what eats what?
Singtastic's Seasonal Christmas Cheer