Why Morris Matters

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19970727

William Morris died just over a hundred years ago.

Yet his work lives on in his much-loved designs and in his ideas about society.

Andrew Saint visits the places that played an important part in the life of this poet, designer, craftsman and socialist, and discusses Morris's inspirations with guests including biographer Fiona Maccarthy and Peter Cormack of the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow.

With reader David Timpson.

19970727

William Morris died just over a hundred years ago.

Yet his work lives on in his much-loved designs and in his ideas about society.

Andrew Saint visits the places that played an important part in the life of this poet, designer, craftsman and socialist, and discusses Morris's inspirations with guests including biographer Fiona Maccarthy and Peter Cormack of the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow.

With reader David Timpson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970727]

Andrew Saint visits the places that were significant to the designer and socialist William Morris , and discusses his inspirations with guests including Fiona MacCarthy and Peter Cormack. With reader David Timpson. Producer Judith Bumpus First broadcast on Radio 3

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970727]

Unknown: William Morris

Unknown: Fiona MacCarthy

Unknown: Peter CormacK.

Reader: David Timpson.

Producer: Judith Bumpus

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970727]

Andrew Saint visits the places that were significant to the designer and socialist William Morris , and discusses his inspirations with guests including Fiona MacCarthy and Peter Cormack. With reader David Timpson. Producer Judith Bumpus First broadcast on Radio 3

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970727]

Unknown: William Morris

Unknown: Fiona MacCarthy

Unknown: Peter CormacK.

Reader: David Timpson.

Producer: Judith Bumpus