Pebble Mill at One
A lunchtime television magazine programme broadcast live on weekdays at 1pm: this episode features a reading of Shakespeare's Sonnet 30.Tweet
Poetry Please | Sonnet 30 (1989)
Selections of poetry on various themes, chosen by listeners. This episode contains Sonnet number 30 by William Shakespeare read by Tim Pigott Smith, Nod by Walter de la Mare read by Lin Sagovsky, Lenten thoughts of a high anglican, An Arundel tomb by Philip Larkin read by Tim Pigott Smith, An angel in Blythburgh church by Peter Porter read by the poet, In my garden by Emily Dickinson read by Lin Sagovsky and The world by Henry Vaughan read by Tim Pigott Smith.
Stanza | Rhythm and Sound
The first in a series of late night conversations with poetry in mind. Guest Tom Paulin takes presenter Andrew McAllister on a tour through sound and rhythm, moving from Gerard Manley Hopkins to Van Morrison and Emily Dickinson to Billie Holiday. This episode contains Dance to your daddy, London Bridge is falling down, Western wind by Anon, read by Tom Paulin, We three kings of orient are, Belfast street song by David Hammond, Inversnaid by Gerard Manley Hopkins, read by Tom Paulin, When to the session of sweet, silent thought by William Shakespeare and read by John Gielgud, Full fathom five by William Shakespeare, read by Basil Bunting, Under the light yet under by Emily Dickinson, read by Tom Paulin and Songs for a coloured singer by Elizabeth Bishop.