#2 The times they are a changing, and, therefore, so are the foghorns.
#3 An epileptic seizure, translated into sound.
#4 Some might say it's a bad idea to stick your microphone into a field of burning grass, but don’t tell that to Molly Samuel.
#5 Speaking of close calls... here's that time Lauren Sommer got a little too close to her subject: a mountain lion in Santa Cruz.
#6 "Hi." Just "hi."
(In Morse code, as heard by a billion dollar NASA spacecraft bound for Jupiter.)
#7 Killer electrons: mysterious, satellite-trashing particles that travel at almost the speed of light. They get sped up by electromagnetic waves in the Earth’s radiation belts that “sound” like this.
#8 This recording of a blue whale – captured with an acoustic tag attached to the whale’s back – literally shook the studio when our engineer was mixing Lauren’s story.
#9 In the future, when people play their brains like musical instruments, here's what it might sound like.
#10 When Scientists Get Excited... so do radio reporters.