|01||01||The Verse Was Yet To Come||20020515||20130820 (BBC7)|
The new poet-in-residence heads to the north-west to gain inspiration from the locals.
|01||02||Chips Off An Angry Block||20020522||20130827 (BBC7)|
The new poet-in-residence is determined to track down his muse, whichever chippy she works in.
|01||03||The Best Page Is A Rampage||20020529||20130903 (BBC7)|
The new poet-in-residence has a run-in with 'the man', which gets his creative juices flowing.
|01||04 LAST||Recital Statistics||20020605||20130910 (BBC7)|
The poet-in-residence's mission to bring quiche to the Quays comes to its artistic climax.
|02||01||At The Neighbourhood Clinic||20030430|
The return of Sir Ralph, poet in residence for Salford, as he wanders the streets of Ordsall and Weaste, in his silk scarf and panama, seamlessly blending in with the natives. With Judy Flynn, Alison Darling, Neil Bell, Jemma Thompson, and Tony Melody.
|02||01||Treating An Acute Elegy||20150424 (BBC7)|
Can the poet-at-large bring the healing power of poetry to a medical centre in Salford? Stars James Quinn. From April 2004.
With Stephen Hoyle, Mark Chatterton, Neil Bell and Jemma Thompson.
|02||02||Trouble Under The Sonnet||20150501 (BBC7)|
The poet runs classes in a garage in his mission to bring lyricism to the land of Lowry. Stars James Quinn, Stephen Hoyle, Mark Chatterton and Jemma Thompson. From May 2003.
This week, romance is in the air. Our bard is based at a superstore and the volunteer trainee poet is the security guard, Rod. Sir Ralph sets out to use poetry to pep up Rod's love life. With James Quinn, Neil Bell, Alison Darling, Tony Melody and Jemma Thompson.
|02||03||Security Bard||20150508 (BBC7)|
Romance is in the air for a security guard at a superstore. With James Quinn, Neil Bell, Jemma Thompson.
|02||04||A View From The Stanza||20030521||20040811|
Ralphie advises his student Bob that comedy is the 'foot and mouth' of poetry. By James Quinn with Tony Melody. From May 2003.
Sir Ralph bases himself at a local football club.
Notes for the repeat: As a curtain raiser to The Jail Diaries of Sir Ralph Stanza which starts next week, another chance to hear one of the highlights of the last series when Stanza was Poet in Residence for Salford Greater Manchester.
The episode sees the awful poet based at a local football club, and features a guest star appearance by veteran radio star Tony Melody (Mr.
Higginbottom in The Clitheroe Kid).
|02||05||A Few Bevvies||20030528||20150522 (BBC7)|
Can the poet-in-residence bring the healing power of poetry to Salford social club? Stars James Quinn. From May 2003.
|02||05||Lower Braughton Social Club||20030528|
|02||06 LAST||This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us||20030604|
The culmination of Stanza's latest project, and he comes close to getting on the South Bank Show at last.
But there's another celebrity poet in town...