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Read transcript of Ep 10: Revolution

Old printed text introducing "A treatise of most sorts of ENGLISH HERBS"

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[Sound of birds]

Sherwin Everett:

This is an Indian flapshell turtle. And it was run over by a car.

Ian [to Everett]:

Oh my goodness. So it survived.

Everett:

So it’s got a crack half way down the shell. We’ve done a wiring. We drilled holes alongside the crack. And so the screws [go] into that. [voice fades to background]

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Read transcript of Ep 9: Renaissance

Angled close up of title of old printed work in Latin

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[A woman sings passionately in Italian, backed by a Renaissance orchestra. Continues in background]

Ian McDonald:

Prosperina, the Queen of Hades, is swayed by the singing of Orpheus and begs Hades to return his wife, in Monteverdi’s 1607 opera.

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Read Transcript of Ep 8: Contacts

Devangari text. (from Bhanuchandra Gani)

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[A group of men chant. A bell chimes.]

Ian [speaking over the chanting, which fades down]:

Jain evening prayers at Hutheesing temple, in Ahmedabad, the capital of Gujarat, north west India.
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Read transcript of Ep 7: Heresies

Old Turkik Handwriting (Manichean Sermon)

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[Buddhist chanting. Starting with musical percussion sounds – tapping and small cymbals. Then a Buddhist begins to chant, then a large group join in.]

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Read transcript of Ep 6: Hinduism

Old Tamil inscription (from Shaivite temple)

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[Soft Indian music]

Ian McDonald:
So, the food is vegetarian.

Ranjan Garuva:
Yeah, pure vegetarian. Pure sacred food. Read More…

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