What's fast on the surface, but slow and deep underneath? It's not a trick question, rather, an attribute of those short, balmy summer nights we're having. Underneath the superficial activity, there's a deeper rhythm, one scientists will tell you is tuned to the cycles of light and dark. On these long days and short nights, plants, animals, insects, and humans all adapt — right down to the genes in our cells.
On this transmission of HEARTS of SPACE we adapt, and ride those rhythms with summer night sounds, on a program called CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS. Music is by PATRICK O'HEARN, PAUL ELLIS, JEFFREY KOEPPER, AMONGST MYSELVES, J.ARIF VERNER and DEUTER.