Poetry In The Remaking

Episodes

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01Fiona Sampson And Glyn Maxwell20150712

Six poets re-read Ted Hughes' ground-breaking book about how to write poetry which began life in the 1960s as a series of BBC schools radio broadcasts. The programmes and chapters had titles like Capturing Animals, Meet My Folks, Moon Creatures, and Wind and Weather. Each is full of Ted Hughes' interests and energies. Not one mentions rhyme or metre. With Michael Rosen, Simon Armitage, Glyn Maxwell, Fiona Sampson, Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial and archive readings from the original broadcasts by Ted Hughes.

Producer: Tim Dee.

02Michael Rosen and Simon Armitage20150719

02Michael Rosen And Simon Armitage2015071920150725 (R4)

Six poets re-read Ted Hughes' ground-breaking book about how to write poetry which began life in the 1960s as a series of BBC schools radio broadcasts. The programmes and chapters had titles like Capturing Animals, Meet My Folks, Moon Creatures, and Wind and Weather. Each is full of Ted Hughes' interests and energies. Not one mentions rhyme or metre. With Michael Rosen, Simon Armitage, Glyn Maxwell, Fiona Sampson, Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial and archive readings from the original broadcasts by Ted Hughes.

Producer: Tim Dee.

02Michael Rosen And Simon Armitage20150719
03Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial20150726

03Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial2015072620150801 (R4)

Six poets re-read Ted Hughes' ground-breaking book about how to write poetry which began life in the 1960s as a series of BBC schools radio broadcasts. The programmes and chapters had titles like Capturing Animals, Meet My Folks, Moon Creatures, and Wind and Weather. Each is full of Ted Hughes' interests and energies. Not one mentions rhyme or metre. With Michael Rosen, Simon Armitage, Glyn Maxwell, Fiona Sampson, Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial and archive readings from the original broadcasts by Ted Hughes.

Producer: Tim Dee.

03Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial2015072620150801 (R4)

Six poets re-read Ted Hughes' ground-breaking book about how to write poetry which began life in the 1960s as a series of BBC schools radio broadcasts. The programmes and chapters had titles like Capturing Animals, Meet My Folks, Moon Creatures, and Wind and Weather. Each is full of Ted Hughes' interests and energies. Not one mentions rhyme or metre. With Michael Rosen, Simon Armitage, Glyn Maxwell, Fiona Sampson, Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial and archive readings from the original broadcasts by Ted Hughes.

Producer: Tim Dee.

03Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial20150726

03Jacob Sam-la Rose And Zaffar Kunial2015072620150801 (R4)

Six poets re-read Ted Hughes' ground-breaking book about how to write poetry which began life in the 1960s as a series of BBC schools radio broadcasts. The programmes and chapters had titles like Capturing Animals, Meet My Folks, Moon Creatures, and Wind and Weather. Each is full of Ted Hughes' interests and energies. Not one mentions rhyme or metre. With Michael Rosen, Simon Armitage, Glyn Maxwell, Fiona Sampson, Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial and archive readings from the original broadcasts by Ted Hughes.

Producer: Tim Dee.

03Jacob Sam-la Rose And Zaffar Kunial20150726

Six poets re-read Ted Hughes' ground-breaking book about how to write poetry which began life in the 1960s as a series of BBC schools radio broadcasts. The programmes and chapters had titles like Capturing Animals, Meet My Folks, Moon Creatures, and Wind and Weather. Each is full of Ted Hughes' interests and energies. Not one mentions rhyme or metre. With Michael Rosen, Simon Armitage, Glyn Maxwell, Fiona Sampson, Jacob Sam-La Rose and Zaffar Kunial and archive readings from the original broadcasts by Ted Hughes.

Producer: Tim Dee.