St Clement Danes chimes 0900 across Voiceline
Immersive collage of 39 varieties of footsteps from 39 varieties of shoes and surfaces
Collage of interviews with local passers-by about what they had for breakfast introduced by Neil Nunes
Commuting related radio documentary features from BBC radio archive exploring queuing, public transport and the act of commuting to work over the last 50 years in the UK
The word "commute" comes from the Latin word "commutare," which means "to change, exchange, or replace." This is because the act of commuting typically involves a person changing from one mode of transportation to another, such as switching from a car to a train. The word was first used in English in the early 16th century to refer to the changing of one type of punishment or sentence for another. It wasn't until the 19th century that the word came to be used to refer to the regular travel between one's home and place of work.