Welcome to the world behind Nighttime on Still Waters
All set up and ready to go for the next episode of Nighttime on Still Waters!
The study on the Erica which is where I do all the recordings.
The study stove (keeps me warm through winter!) and steps up to stern hatch
One of my most treasured possessions; my writing box for notes, recording records (and one of our swans' wing feathers)
The director (of just about everything!): Penny
(Sadly, although she is no longer physically with us, she is always here in spirit)
A bit of research with the trusty help of the Rev. Keble Martin (Summer 2021)
Catching the last of the evening sun on Erica's roof while jotting down some notes.
Field recording insects and bees (Summer 2021)
More research (honestly!)
Early ideas and notes for the podcast (2019). Mapping out different formats. In its earliest stages, Donald Fagen's 'The Nightfly' was a huge influence and inspiration.
Nighttime on Still Waters on Cruising the Cut
If you would like to see more of NB Erica as well as some behind the scenes footage of the podcast, Nighttime on Still Waters is featured in one David Johns' Cruising the Cut vlogs. You can view it by clicking the link or the picture below.
Episode 265: 'Evoking the spirit of pirate radio... on the canal'
Nighttime on Still Waters in Towpath Talk
The podcast has also been featured in an article written by Phil Pickin for the September edition, issue 203 (2022), of the (free) canal-focused newspaper Towpath Talk.
You can read the article online here (it is on page 11):