Gardens In The Ashes

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197B0119970616

Five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia.

1: Celia Hawkesworth explores the literature of Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia.

197B0119970616

Five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia.

1: Celia Hawkesworth explores the literature of Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia.

197B0219970617

Five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia.

2: Celia Hawkesworth explores the literature of the divided Balkans, and Anthony Hyde reads the work of Bosnian Nobel Prize-winner, Ivor Andric.

197B0219970617

Five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia.

2: Celia Hawkesworth explores the literature of the divided Balkans, and Anthony Hyde reads the work of Bosnian Nobel Prize-winner, Ivor Andric.

197B0319970618

Five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia.

3: Celia Hawkesworth explores the pre- and postwar literature of the Balkans, and Anthony Hyde reads the work of Hungarian-Serb writer Danilo Kis.

197B0319970618

Five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia.

3: Celia Hawkesworth explores the pre- and postwar literature of the Balkans, and Anthony Hyde reads the work of Hungarian-Serb writer Danilo Kis.

197B0419970619

In the fourth of five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia, Celia Hawkesworth introduces readings from the Croatian author Dubravka Ugresic.

Read by Sonia Ritter.

197B0419970619

In the fourth of five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia, Celia Hawkesworth introduces readings from the Croatian author Dubravka Ugresic.

Read by Sonia Ritter.

197B0519970620

In the last of five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia, Celia Hawkesworth introduces readings from new Serbian writing by Slobodan Selenic and Vladimir Arsenijevic.

Reader Anthony Hyde.

197B0519970620

In the last of five programmes about writing in the former Yugoslavia, Celia Hawkesworth introduces readings from new Serbian writing by Slobodan Selenic and Vladimir Arsenijevic.

Reader Anthony Hyde.