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CD. English.
Published [U.K.]: BBC Radio 4, 2013
Just how do you translate a poem? Daljit Nagra explores the different approaches and traces the history of translation through the magazine Modern Poetry...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2015
Ian McMillan, Kate Clanchy and Judith Palmer introduce the winning entries in the 2015 Proms Poetry Competition, inviting some of the winners on stage...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2016
Matthew Sweet explores the overlooked history of poetry in film. Including contributions from poets Tony Harrison and Simon Armitage

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2019
Poetry and song specially commissioned to commemorate The Peterloo Massacre - curated by the outgoing Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and presented by Ian...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2019
Poet Daljit Nagra revisits the BBC’s radio poetry archive and selects The Poetry of History - Peterloo and Shelley. Jonathan Bate investigates the connections...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2019
Beginning with his early days in foster care - Lemn Sissay reads from his powerful memoir about growing up in Britain’s care system in the 70s and 80s...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC
According to host Ian McMillan, BBC 3’s literary podcast The Verb celebrates language in all its forms, including poetry, prose, performance and “the...

eAudiobook. English.
Published US: The New Yorker
Monthly readings and conversations with The New Yorker’s poetry editor, Kevin Young

eAudiobook. English.
Intimate conversations with poets and other artists, hosted by the US poet Rachel Zucker. Discussions cover a wide range of subjects including politics...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK
A series of discussions, interviews and live recordings with poets in the UK and beyond, in which they examine the writing process
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