Following on from last summer’s attendance at the Kohila wood firing symposium in Estonia with ceramist Kay Aplin, in which I recorded the sounds of a 3-day anagama kiln firing, I am pleased to announce the second output from that trip. The first was the 4 channel sound installation that accompanied Kay’s “Fire and Water” ceramic wall piece for Collect Open in February. The second is out today on Framework Radio, the longest running field recording radio programme on the internet, created and produced by Patrick McGinley (aka Murmur). It is an hour-long, ‘slow radio’ style radiophonic documentary for the latest edition of Framework : Afield, broadcast every other week by guest artists. Please listen with a good pair of headphones as the show was recorded binaurally.