Poetry Please | Sonnet 83

Sonnet 83

Selections of poetry on various themes, chosen by listeners. Gareth Owen and Patricia Gallimore from The Archers present a selection of their favourite poems, recorded at the BBC Radio 4 Poetry Festival in Bristol. These include Days by Philip Larkin read by Gareth Owen, It is not growing like a tree by Ben Jonson read by Patricia Gallimore, Sonnet 14 "If thou must love me" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning read by Patricia Gallimore, They flee form me that sometime did seek me by Sir Thomas Wyatt read by Gareth Owen, When I set out for Lyonesse by Thomas Hardy read by Gareth Owen, Blue umbrellas by D.J. Enright read by Patricia Gallimore, The listeners by Walter de la Mare read by Patricia Gallimore, Sonnet 83 "How like a winter hath my absence been' by William Shakespeare read by Gareth Owen, Timothy Winters by Charles Causley read by Patricia Gallimore, Madam life's a piece in bloom by W.E. Henley read by Gareth Owen and Eli Jenkin's poem from Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas read by Gareth Owen.


Licence: ERA Licence required

  • Type: Sonnets and Poems
  • Channel: BBC Radio 4
  • Duration: 17'55''
  • Broadcast date: 1995

UK only
Staff and students of licensed education establishments only
Cannot be adapted

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