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Celebrating ten years on air, Soundart Radio welcomes you to Dartington Space on Sunday 30th October at 6pm for a glass of wine to toast Soundart X.

Local historian, archivist and former Dartington College Librarian, John Sanford, has been curating an exhibition for Dartington Space gallery with fellow broadcaster Sarah Gray.  Join them at the launch party at 6pm on Sunday 30th October with the new moon and to welcome in Halloween - the time when the veil between this world and other worlds are thinnest.

The exhibit explores “who we are and who we were” at the radio station says Sarah Gray, “Soundart Radio has been celebrated for being an inclusive and warm community space for everybody to explore their own creative interests in their own way. We are exploring the art, nature, love and anarchy that the artists behind the station have been generating for the past ten years.” 

“Radio is relentless!  Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week over one hundred volunteers work to keep us on the air and to continue challenging our listeners expectations of radio. I think that is something to celebrate!”

Stick around until 7pm and we will also listen together to Lucinda Guy's performance live on the airwaves from the Soundart Radio studio. Lucinda is closing the one-of-a-kind festival with a performance titled A Ritual for Revoltenin Germany on Sunday 30th October. This is magically, maybe spookily, coinciding with the launch of a new exhibition at Dartington Space. 

If you can't make it to the studio you can tune in at or 102.5fm at 7pm on 30th October.  For more information about the festival, or to listen to their stream, visit the website  

Following that broadcast, Alex Marsh airs his new show about Berry Pomeroy castle just in time for Halloween. The radio show called This Castle Ruinis a documentary about a castle said to be one of the most haunted in England. It includes peoples experiences and stories of the place with plenty of spooky sound effects and a haunting soundtrack.

Please let us know if you are coming by signing up (free) at Eventbrite here: it only takes a moment! And, see all our other events happening to celebrate ten years of Soundart Radio.