This community radio project brings together people who work to rejuvenate landscapes. You might be working on a project that counters floods, droughts, soil erosion, or habitat loss. Together, we are making a radio programme that weaves together fascinating stories about water from across our changing world. Let’s discover the challenges and successes we face in different ways and share our aspirations for the future.

Exemplary Audio Droplets


We are still continuing this project and would like to listen to your experiences and hear the water sounds from your area.

Please email:

  1. Two 30 second recordings that tell us about your relationship to water. It could be the sound of watering the garden, rainwater harvesting or just using water around your home. They should be in mp3 or wav format and phone recordings are acceptable
  2. A short description of the recording (no more than 50 words)
  3. Information about your water project (no more than 100 words)
  4. Links to your website and/or social media if you have them

Email to apply.

Selected sounds will then be chosen for a short, online recording session, using your water sounds as a starting point to talk about your work and ideas.


The project will create a one hour show or a series of shorter shows that will be aired on community radio stations across the world


It helps people to connect with others and make radio programmes in their own way, which explore meaningful issues in their lives.

Audio Droplets is organised in partnership with The Flow PartnershipThe Centre for Water Systems at the University of Exeter, Agile Rabbit, UN World Water Quality Alliance, Stellaria Media, Natural Environment Research Council funded ‘ENRICH’ project and the UKRI Global Challenges Research Fund ‘OVERCOME’ project.