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Here are the programmes that are currently being carried by Beachy Head Radio. Listen out also for occasional one-off shows which are not listed here.

Programmes on BHR are autonomous in their selection of music. Therefore any musicians or labels that wish to submit releases should please contact shows of interest to them directly.

Listen live: see our schedule to catch new shows on first broadcast.

Cliff Notes

Concise features about Beachy Head and related areas.

Listen to selected past editions on the Cliff Notes page in BHR's section of HearThis.

Phantom Circuit

The radiophonic programme of strange and wonderful sound waves.

On various platforms since 2008, Phantom Circuit features music that is alien, electronic, exotic, essential. It is now heard first here on BHR. Find out more at Music submissions are welcome but please read the submissions page first.

Listen to past editions on Phantom Circuit's page on Mixcloud.

Long-Form Foghorn

Sounds linger longer in the fog.

Just one piece of vintage music, presented in its original form and then through the fog.

Listen to past editions on BHR's page on Mixcloud.

Science and the Sea

Marine science topics.

Listen to past editions on the show's Web site.

Tiny Red Dragons Radio

Adventures in the musical wilderness.

You can contact the show on many social media platforms, including Twitter.

Listen to past editions on the show's page on Mixcloud.

Book Drop

Readings from literature.

You can listen to some past editions on the Book Drop page in BHR's section of HearThis but this is not currently being updated with new editions, so be sure to listen to our broadcasts for new editions and occasional repeats.


Discover the natural wonders of Earth.

Listen to past editions on the show's Web site.


Eclectic adventures in music.

Kai Nobuko of the absurdist reviews site Yeah I Know It Sucks leads you on an exciting journey through the underground of new music. You can contact the show via the Twitter account for Yeah I Know It Sucks.

Listen to past editions on BHR's page on Mixcloud.

Music Depreciation

A medley of music and mirth, first aired in the 1940s, featuring the Frank De Vol Orchestra and the Les Paul Trio.


Downtime is just a little farewell at the end of our broadcasts, featuring sounds from Beachy Head and surrounding areas.