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174 - The Sound of Fathom with Brad Engleking

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Brad Engleking tells us about working on the sound for the amazing documentary, Fathom. The film is about scientists that are recording humpback whale calls and trying to decipher their language. Fathom features some of the most beautiful whale recordings ever captured.

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    186 - Nightmare Alley with Jill Purdy & Nathan Robitaille


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