Josephine Hart Poetry Programme

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

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Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

1/4. The unforgettable poetry of the First World War, with actors Robert Hardy, Daniel Stevens, Damian Lewis and Elizabeth McGovern giving voice to the sarcasm, wit, suffering and loss of the poets of the Great War, to devastatingly moving effect.

Poems include:

1914, The Soldier, by Rupert Brooke

To Any Dead Officer, by Siegfried Sassoon

The General, by Siegfried Sassoon

Inspection, by Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed Youth, by Wilfred Owen

Dulce et Decorum Est, by Wilfred Owen

Pill Box, by Edmund Blunden

The Victory Ball, by Alfred Noyes

Extracts from Epitaphs of the War, by Rudyard Kipling

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

1/4. The unforgettable poetry of the First World War, with actors Robert Hardy, Daniel Stevens, Damian Lewis and Elizabeth McGovern giving voice to the sarcasm, wit, suffering and loss of the poets of the Great War, to devastatingly moving effect.

Poems include:

1914, The Soldier, by Rupert Brooke

To Any Dead Officer, by Siegfried Sassoon

The General, by Siegfried Sassoon

Inspection, by Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed Youth, by Wilfred Owen

Dulce et Decorum Est, by Wilfred Owen

Pill Box, by Edmund Blunden

The Victory Ball, by Alfred Noyes

Extracts from Epitaphs of the War, by Rudyard Kipling

2008042020080426

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

2/4. Extracts from John Milton's great Christian epic Paradise Lost are read by Jeremy Irons (Satan), Felicity Kendal (narrator), Greg Wise (Adam) and Emilia Fox (Eve).

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

2/4. Extracts from John Milton's great Christian epic Paradise Lost are read by Jeremy Irons (Satan), Felicity Kendal (narrator), Greg Wise (Adam) and Emilia Fox (Eve).

2008042720080503

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

3/4. She explores the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning with readers Robert Hardy and Greg Wise.

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

3/4. She explores the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning with readers Robert Hardy and Greg Wise.

2008050420080510

Josephine Hart explores the work of great poets at live events at the British Library, with readings from some of Britain's finest actors.

4/4. She explores the themes of truth, time and moral searching in WH Auden's life and work, supported by beautiful performances of some of his poems from actors Mark Strong, Joanna David and Dan Stevens.

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The unforgettable poetry of the First World War, with actors Robert Hardy, Daniel Stevens, Damian Lewis and Elizabeth Mcgovern giving voice to the sarcasm, wit, suffering and loss of the poets of the Great War, to devastatingly moving effect.

Poems include:

1914, The Soldier, by Rupert Brooke

To Any Dead Officer, by Siegfried Sassoon

The General, by Siegfried Sassoon

Inspection, by Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed Youth, by Wilfred Owen

Dulce et Decorum Est, by Wilfred Owen

Pill Box, by Edmund Blunden

The Victory Ball, by Alfred Noyes

Extracts from Epitaphs of the War, by Rudyard Kipling

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The unforgettable poetry of the First World War, with actors Robert Hardy, Daniel Stevens, Damian Lewis and Elizabeth Mcgovern giving voice to the sarcasm, wit, suffering and loss of the poets of the Great War, to devastatingly moving effect.

Poems include:

1914, The Soldier, by Rupert Brooke

To Any Dead Officer, by Siegfried Sassoon

The General, by Siegfried Sassoon

Inspection, by Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed Youth, by Wilfred Owen

Dulce et Decorum Est, by Wilfred Owen

Pill Box, by Edmund Blunden

The Victory Ball, by Alfred Noyes

Extracts from Epitaphs of the War, by Rudyard Kipling

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Extracts from John Milton's great Christian epic Paradise Lost are read by Jeremy Irons (Satan), Felicity Kendal (narrator), Greg Wise (Adam) and Emilia Fox (Eve).

2/4. Extracts from John Milton's great Christian epic Paradise Lost are read by Jeremy Irons (Satan), Felicity Kendal (narrator), Greg Wise (Adam) and Emilia Fox (Eve).

01022008042020080426

Extracts from John Milton's great Christian epic Paradise Lost are read by Jeremy Irons (Satan), Felicity Kendal (narrator), Greg Wise (Adam) and Emilia Fox (Eve).

2/4. Extracts from John Milton's great Christian epic Paradise Lost are read by Jeremy Irons (Satan), Felicity Kendal (narrator), Greg Wise (Adam) and Emilia Fox (Eve).

01032008042720080503

She explores the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning with readers Robert Hardy and Greg Wise.

3/4. She explores the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning with readers Robert Hardy and Greg Wise

01032008042720080503

She explores the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning with readers Robert Hardy and Greg Wise.

3/4. She explores the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning with readers Robert Hardy and Greg Wise.

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She explores the themes of truth, time and moral searching in W H Auden's life and work, supported by beautiful performances of some of his poems from actors Mark Strong, Joanna David and Dan Stevens.

0104 LAST2008050420080510

She explores the themes of truth, time and moral searching in W H Auden's life and work, supported by beautiful performances of some of his poems from actors Mark Strong, Joanna David and Dan Stevens.