House Music with Steve Pretty

Steve chats with astronaut and musician Commander Chris Hadfield about making music in space, what to do if you break a guitar string whilst in orbit and how Chris' extraordinary career has always involved music. Chris ends the episode by playing his beautiful 'space carol' "Jewel in the Night".


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With the world in lockdown due to the Covid-19 epidemic, musician Steve Pretty takes you on a regular musical tour of your house and your own innately musical brain. In each short episode you’ll hear fascinating insights into how music works, and learn how to turn the everyday objects you have lying around the house into musical tools. Perfect for families looking for fun activities to explore together, or anyone curious to learn more about music. In just a few minutes, each episode will transform the way that you hear and appreciate the music you love.


Presented by Steve Pretty.

Produced by Miranda Hinkley.



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With the world in lockdown due to the Covid-19 epidemic, musician Steve Pretty takes you on a regular musical tour of your house and your own innately musical brain. In each short episode you’ll hear fascinating insights into how music works, and learn how to turn the everyday objects you have lying around the house into musical tools. Perfect for families looking for fun activities to explore together, or anyone curious to learn more about music. In just a few minutes, each episode will transform the way that you hear and appreciate the music you love. Presented by Steve Pretty Produced by Miranda Hinkley


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