Non-profit online radio station on a mission to amplify voices and talents across Devon

A non-profit online radio station called Devonstream provides a platform for a diverse range of new and established voices across the county of Devon. It's on a mission to amplify these voices, and give them the exposure they deserve.

Many artists and organisations have taken the opportunity to find new ways to connect with audiences through the Covid-19 pandemic, with audio exploding in popularity. Devonstream was conceived as a place where the county’s burgeoning pockets of audio activity could come together and build their audiences together.

Since its launch in...

Soundcamp live audio streaming workshop

Event Date: 
19/04/2016 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
FabLab Devon, Exeter Library

Tickets & info here

Come and take part in a workshop to build an audio streaming device using a Raspberry Pi that you can site in your garden and broadcast to the world!

This event is in partnership with soundcamp to tie in with their soundtent event that takes place on 30 April to 1 May 2016.

Soundtent is a series of outdoor listening events on International Dawn Chorus Day, linked by Reveil: a 24 hour broadcast that tracks the sounds of daybreak, travelling West from microphone to microphone on sounds transmitted live by audio...


Event Date: 
15/05/2015 - 6:30pm
Exeter Phoenix Black Box

Examining the tensions between scientific and spiritual beliefs about the 'birth' of matter and our relationship with the earth, O-B-A-F-G is an experimental audio-theatre piece by Ronald Duncan from 1964. As our perceptions of matter and space have changed quite drastically since the early 60s due to the pace of technological developments, this re-imagining of O-B-A-F-G – a collaboration between digital performance company Blind Ditch, arts event NOSE, the Culture and Review Programme and Phonic FM – explores the possibilities offered by current digital technologies to expand...

Fuzzbox BBC Pilot Screening (Free entry)

Event Date: 
16/07/2013 - 7:30pm
Exeter Phoenix

Following a successful commission by First Light with Exeter Phoenix Digital and Peter Snelling of My Pockets, Fuzzbox has been commissioned by BBC Comedy as a Feed My Funny pilot.

Starring a cast of delinquent puppets with the voices of real teenagers, this comedy features all the problems teens face; a case of itchy balls, attempts to sell their GCSE Art course work and how to serenade the girls they fancy with Basshunter.

Using documentary audio recorded with teenagers who have been thrown out of mainstream school, the show captures the banter, backchat, embarrassment...