Listen to a story from Queen Anne's court...
In June 2020, the Museum Remix: Unheard project challenged the world to creatively interpret nine objects in the medium of sound.
Journey with us to the windswept Arctic, hear silenced figures given voice, and listen to the ballad of an unsung quarryman...
Watch guest curator Marenka Thompson-Odlum present her favourite submissions
Listen: Dive into the world of tiny marine creatures, Foraminifera
Listen to a poem giving voices to the unknown subject of two 19th century photographs
John Hodgson's poem Transition is inspired by a pair of prehistoric necklaces unearthed during excavations led by pioneering archaeologist Dorothy Garrod (1892-1968) at Mount Carmel in Israel in the 1930s.
The necklaces are now in the collection of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Garrod became the first female professor in the history of the University of Cambridge.