1. April 2015, near Foilhommerum Bay, landfall site of the first transatlantic telegraph cable between Valentia Island and Heart’s Content, crackling can be heard as the air surrounding the power line ionises after rain. 2. August 2013, wasps hover, mid-afternoon, Rhône-Alpes. 3. October 2008. St. Columba’s graveyard, Drumcliffe (where Yeats is buried), Saturday, 6.00pm. 4. August 2013, car horns sound, mid-afternoon, Rhône-Alpes. 5. September 2009, the call. At one of more than 2,600 events in 135 countries, people gathered at North Earl St., Dublin, to issue a ‘global wake-up call’ on climate change to world leaders. Amidst quizzical onlookers, phone messages are left for the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources. 6. January 2009, filling station, Normandy. 7. August 2015, goat symphony, Thursday morning, Les Auches, Ardèche, Rhône-Alpes, I stop at a tree to record the sound. 8. August 2013, sweet dreams from the valley below, during the annual festival, La Bastide-sur-Bésorgues, Rhône-Alpes, 1.45am. 9. April 2015, whistling wind, Coarha More, Valentia Island, 11.25am. 10. January 2009, rigging, Deauville harbour, midnight. 11. January 2009. In a narrow lane near the fish market, a hanging wooden sign ‘A VENDRE’ taps out rhythms in the breeze, 11.00pm. 12. January 2009. Walking past the seafront casino with Serge Gainsbourg, Trouville-sur-Mer, Sunday morning. 13. December 2008/January 2009, New year’s eve. Fireworks and foghorns recorded through an open window in the upstairs living room at midnight, Dublin. 14. July 2001, perfect end.