Investigating his relationship with Robert Burns with the assistance of poet Kathleen Jamie.
Including newly commissioned poems by Crawford and Jamie.
To discuss Fergusson's education, Crawford is joined by fellow poet and St Andrews University colleague Douglas Dunn and by poet W H Herbert.
Including newly commissioned poems by Dunn and Herbert.
Crawford is joined by Edwin Morgan and Don Paterson to discuss Crawford's significance as an urban poet, and as a poet of Edinburgh in particular.
Including newly commissioned poems by Morgan and Paterson.
To discuss the language of Fergusson's verse, Crawford is joined by Gaelic poet Meg Bateman and John Burnside, a Scottish poet who writes almost exclusively in English.
Including newly commissioned poems by Bateman and Burnside.
Crawford is joined by Tracey Herd and Les Murray to discuss the links between madness and creativity.
Including newly commissioned poems by Herd and Murray.