BBC Radio 3 broadcast a fascinating programme on Saturday …
A sonic meditation on wind turbines and their place in today’s environment, recorded in Norfolk and the Fenlands. Including contributions from poet Kevin Crossley-Holland, architecture critic Jonathan Glancey and local residents, along with music created from the sounds of the turbines themselves.
… strange how those who love turbines hear symphony music and whale like song, yet those against turbines hear machine humming and sleep disturbing noise.
Available to listen again for a short while on Radio 3