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01Mount Kao-ling20150921

01Mount Kao-ling20150921

Author of The Hare With Amber Eyes potter Edmund de Waal's new book on the history of porcelain.

On a personal pilgrimage to the countries and people who make porcelain, the author's first stop is China and Jingdezhen, the city of porcelain.

Read by Julian Rhind-Tutt

Abridged by Jules Wilkinson

Produced by Gemma Jenkins.

01Mount Kao-ling20150921

Author of The Hare With Amber Eyes potter Edmund de Waal's new book on the history of porcelain.

On a personal pilgrimage to the countries and people who make porcelain, the author's first stop is China and Jingdezhen, the city of porcelain.

Read by Julian Rhind-Tutt

Abridged by Jules Wilkinson

Produced by Gemma Jenkins.

01Mount Kao-ling2015092120150922 (R4)

Edmund de Waal's first stop is China and Jingdezhen, the city of porcelain.

02Dresden And Tschirnhaus20150922
02Dresden And Tschirnhaus2015092220150923 (R4)

The author explores the dramatic events that led to the creation of European porcelain.

Julian Rhind-tutt reads potter Edmund de Waal's new book on the history of porcelain.

The author travels back in in time to Dresden and explores the dramatic events which led to the creation of European porcelain

Abridged by Jules Wilkinson

Produced by Gemma Jenkins.

03Meissen And Bottger20150923
03Meissen And Bottger2015092320150924 (R4)

How young alchemist Johann Freidrich Bottger unlocked the secrets of porcelain creation.

Julian Rhind-tutt reads potter Edmund de Waal's new book on the history of porcelain.

Imprisoned in Meissen castle, young alchemist, Johann Freidrich Bottger, is about to unlock the secrets of porcelain creation.

Abridged by Jules Wilkinson

Produced by Gemma Jenkins.

04Allach2015092520150926 (R4)

The author journeys to Dachau to uncover Allach porcelain's dark history.

Julian Rhind-Tutt reads potter Edmund de Waal's new book.

The author's pilgrimage to the lands and people who make porcelain takes him to Dachau where he uncovers the dark history of Allach porcelain

Abridged by Jules Wilkinson

Produced by Gemma Jenkins.

04Tregonning Hill20150924
04Tregonning Hill20150924
04Tregonning Hill20150924
04Tregonning Hill20150924
04Tregonning Hill20150924

04Tregonning Hill2015092420150925 (R4)

In Cornwall, the author explores William Cookworthy's contribution to porcelain's history.

04Tregonning Hill20150924

Julian Rhind-Tutt reads potter Edmund de Waal's new book.

The author's pilgrimage to the lands and people who make porcelain takes him to Cornwall where he explores William Cookworthy's contribution to porcelain's history.

Abridged by Jules Wilkinson

Produced by Gemma Jenkins.