Ep1: Crunch, Squawk & Crazy Frog
Here's the first episode of Ragbag's new sister show, I Like The Sound. Subscribe to this great new podcast here, for all future episodes (plus this one): https://shows.acast.com/i-like-the-sound
Here's the show notes:
Welcome to the first ever I Like The Sound podcast, written, presented and produced by Frank Burton.
In this episode, we learn about the importance of sound in food, the meaning of ‘glossolalia’ and the origins of the Crazy Frog noise.
Manda Rin from Bis tells us about how much she enjoys hearing seagulls. Sheetal Singh, AKA Forest Bees, talks about how her children respond to sounds that they like.
Check out Bis here: https://bisnation.com/
Forest Bees on Bandcamp: https://forestbees.bandcamp.com/album/forest-bees
Source material for this week’s episode:
Charles Spence, Eating with our ears: Assessing the importance of the sounds of consumption to our perception and enjoyment of multisensory flavour experiences: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/278716173_Eating_with_our_ears_Assessing_the_importance_of_the_sounds_of_consumption_to_our_perception_and_enjoyment_of_multisensory_flavour_experiences
Christian Bök on Ubuweb: http://ubu-mirror.ch/sound/bok.html
Adriano Celentano – Prisencolinensinainciusol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
Crazy Frog: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crazy_Frog
Music by Lee Rosevere: https://leerosevere.bandcamp.com/
Further details about Frank Burton:
Frank’s website: https://www.frankburton.co.uk/ (Visit for more details about Frank’s books, A History of Sarcasm, One Hundred, and Everything I Am, plus the video series The Ragbag Rambler.)
Frank’s email: email@example.com
Ragbag podcast: https://shows.acast.com/5b93ef1248d0840933a8f131