Hull And High Water

Award-winning poet Sean O'brien revisits his home town of Hull, which suffered badly in the summer's floods, to see how the city and the coast of rural east Yorkshire are changing.

Music composed by Keith Morris.

Readings by Tom Courtenay.

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Award-winning poet Sean O'brien revisits his home town of Hull, which suffered badly in the summer's floods, to see how the city and the coast of rural east Yorkshire are changing.

Music composed by Keith Morris.

Readings by Tom Courtenay.

2007122320071229

Award-winning poet Sean O'brien revisits his home town of Hull, which suffered badly in the summer's floods, to see how the city and the coast of rural east Yorkshire are changing.

Music composed by Keith Morris.

Readings by Tom Courtenay.Award-winning poet Sean O'Brien revisits his home town of Hull, which suffered badly in the summer's floods, to see how the city and the coast of rural east Yorkshire are changing.

Readings by Tom Courtenay.

Award-winning poet Sean O'Brien revisits his home town of Hull, which suffered badly in the summer's floods, to see how the city and the coast of rural east Yorkshire are changing.