Goodbye To All That

Robert Graves' classic memoir of the First World War, read by John le Carre.

Abridged in ten parts by Katrin Williams.

Episodes

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A four-part series on the world's creative communities.

1: Deya. Simon Parkes travels to Mallorca to find the community which grew up around the poet Robert Graves , and which now includes musicians like Kevin Ayres , film actor Michael Douglas , and vacationing poets such as Brian Patten.

Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930221]

A four-part series on the world's creative communities.

1: Deya. Simon Parkes travels to Mallorca to find the community which grew up around the poet Robert Graves , and which now includes musicians like Kevin Ayres , film actor Michael Douglas , and vacationing poets such as Brian Patten.

Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930221]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: Robert Graves

Unknown: Kevin Ayres

Unknown: Michael Douglas

Unknown: Brian Patten.

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930221]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: Robert Graves

Unknown: Kevin Ayres

Unknown: Michael Douglas

Unknown: Brian Patten.

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930228]

Simon Parkes explores four creative communities. 2: TriBeCa. An artificially created district in New

York, where loft living is the vogue and artists splash their canvases in former peanut warehouses. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930228]

Simon Parkes explores four creative communities. 2: TriBeCa. An artificially created district in New

York, where loft living is the vogue and artists splash their canvases in former peanut warehouses. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930228]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930228]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930307]

Simon Parkes explores four creative communities.

3: Stives

In the late 19th century artists started to go to

St Ives in Cornwall, attracted by the light, the sea air and the landscape. Today the town is preparing for the opening of the new Tate Gallerv St Ives. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930307]

Simon Parkes explores four creative communities.

3: Stives

In the late 19th century artists started to go to

St Ives in Cornwall, attracted by the light, the sea air and the landscape. Today the town is preparing for the opening of the new Tate Gallerv St Ives. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930307]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: St Ives

Unknown: Tate Gallerv St Ives.

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930307]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: St Ives

Unknown: Tate Gallerv St Ives.

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930314]

Last of a four-part series looking at the world's creative communities. Calcutta

Simon Parkes travels to

India, where writers, poets and painters live among the poverty-stricken back streets.

Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930314]

Last of a four-part series looking at the world's creative communities. Calcutta

Simon Parkes travels to

India, where writers, poets and painters live among the poverty-stricken back streets.

Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930314]

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930314]

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940107]

Simon Parkes visits Majorca in the first of four programmes looking at the world's creative communities. Here he finds the community which grew up around the poet Robert Graves and includes musicians like Kevin Ayers , the film actor Michael Douglas and vacationing poets like Brian Patten.

Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940107]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: Robert Graves

Unknown: Kevin Ayers

Unknown: Michael Douglas

Unknown: Brian Patten.

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940114]

Simon Parkes continues his exploration of creative communities with a look at the TriBeCa area of New York. In this artificially created district, loft living is the current vogue, artists splash their canvases in former peanut warehouses, and Robert De Niro lives next door. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940114]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: Robert de Niro

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940121]

In the third of four programmes looking at the world's creative communities, Simon Parkes visits what was once the pilchard capital of the world - St Ives in Cornwall. He discovers that in the late 19th century, artists were attracted there by the light, the sea air and the pagan landscape. Today the town is home to the Tate Gallery, St Ives and a new generation of creatives. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940121]

Unknown: Simon Parkes

Unknown: St Ives

Producer: David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940128]

Calcutta. Simon Parkes visits India for the last of his profiles of creative communities. Writers, poets and painters live in the poverty-stricken back-streets, in their own words, inspired by chaos. Producer David Prest

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940128]
01Charterhouse20020128

Robert Graves' classic memoir of the First World War, read by John le Carre.

Abridged in ten parts by Katrin Williams.

01Charterhouse20020128

Robert Graves' classic memoir of the First World War, read by John le Carre.

Abridged in ten parts by Katrin Williams.

02Becoming A Soldier20020129
02Becoming A Soldier20020129
03A Night In The Trenches20020130
03A Night In The Trenches20020130
04Letters Home20020131
04Letters Home20020131
05Out On Patrol In No Man20020201
05Out On Patrol In No Man20020201
06The Battle Of Loos20020204
06The Battle Of Loos20020204
07Triste La Guerre20020205

Robert Graves's classic memoir of the First World War, read by John le Carre.

7: `Triste la guerre'.

Abridged in ten parts by Katrin William.

07Triste La Guerre20020205

Robert Graves's classic memoir of the First World War, read by John le Carre.

7: `Triste la guerre'.

Abridged in ten parts by Katrin William.

08Old Gravy's Got It, All Right!20020206
08Old Gravy's Got It, All Right!20020206
09Marriage20020207
09Marriage20020207
10 LASTOxford20020208
10 LASTOxford20020208
01Elif Shafak20140707

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, Elif Shafak contemplates a point of no return in the history of her native country, Turkey.

Written and read by Elif Shafak

Produced by Emma Harding

http://www.1418now.org.uk/.

01Elif Shafak20140707

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, Elif Shafak contemplates a point of no return in the history of her native country, Turkey.

Written and read by Elif Shafak

Produced by Emma Harding

http://www.1418now.org.uk/.

02Colm Toibin20140708

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, Colm Toibin tells the story of Lady Gregory's fighter pilot son, whose death inspired one of Yeats' most famous poems, 'An Irish Airman Foresees His Death'.

Written and read by Colm Toibin

Produced by Emma Harding.

02Colm Toibin20140708

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, Colm Toibin tells the story of Lady Gregory's fighter pilot son, whose death inspired one of Yeats' most famous poems, 'An Irish Airman Foresees His Death'.

Written and read by Colm Toibin

Produced by Emma Harding.

03Daniel Kehlmann20140709

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Episode Three: A Visit to the Magician

Tonight, German writer Daniel Kehlmann reflects on recent German history through the prism of a hypnotism show taking place in a central Berlin theatre.

Written and read by Daniel Kehlmann

Translated by Carol Janeway

Produced by Emma Harding.

03Daniel Kehlmann20140709

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Episode Three: A Visit to the Magician

Tonight, German writer Daniel Kehlmann reflects on recent German history through the prism of a hypnotism show taking place in a central Berlin theatre.

Written and read by Daniel Kehlmann

Translated by Carol Janeway

Produced by Emma Harding.

04NoViolet Bulawayo20140710

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, NoViolet Bulawayo reflects on Zimbabwe's recent, violent past.

Written and read by NoViolet Bulawayo

Produced by Emma Harding.

04Noviolet Bulawayo20140710

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, NoViolet Bulawayo reflects on Zimbabwe's recent, violent past.

Written and read by NoViolet Bulawayo

Produced by Emma Harding.

05 LASTJeanette Winterson20140711

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, Jeanette Winterson examines her own sense that recent years have seen a turning point in British attitudes to the importance of the arts.

Written and read by Jeanette Winterson

Produced by Emma Harding.

05 LASTJeanette Winterson20140711

Taking Robert Graves' phrase Goodbye to All That as their starting point, five writers from countries involved in the First World War reflect on a turning point moment in their own histories and interpret the phrase with the ambiguity that Graves intended.

These five essays that have been curated by writer Lavinia Greenlaw to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, as part of 14-18 Now, a major cultural programme across the United Kingdom.

Tonight, Jeanette Winterson examines her own sense that recent years have seen a turning point in British attitudes to the importance of the arts.

Written and read by Jeanette Winterson

Produced by Emma Harding.