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  1. Sylvia Plath: The Spoken Word (2010)

    Subject
    English language and literature; Literature
    Distribution
    Sale, Audio (CD, 73 minutes), £9.95

    Her frank, confessional style of writing won Sylvia Plath many fans around the world, and she remains very popular over forty years after her death. This CD brings together BBC recordings from the British...

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  2. Bernard Cribbins and The Railway Children (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    Henry Kelly interviews actor and author Bernard Cribbins about his new book, Along the Lines with Bernard Cribbins - a collection of poems about steam engines and transport. He speaks of his childhood and...

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  3. Ted Hughes - Poetry in the Making: The Spoken Word (2008)

    Subject
    Drama; English language and literature; Literature
    Distribution
    Sale, Audio (CD, 139 minutes), £15.50

    This double CD draws on the broadcasts Ted Hughes made for schools, particularly the highly praised LISTENING AND WRITING series, later published as ‘Poetry in the Making’, in which Hughes aimed to...

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  4. A Charming Little Dance by Edna Maude "The Spirit of the Dance"

    Date released
    16 Feb 1922
    Series name
    Around The Town
    Issue no
    116
    NoS ID
    330056
    Story no
    5 / 6

    Summary - a dance by Edna Maude (with slow motion scenes). NoS synopsis: ‘A Charming Little Dance by Edna Maude "The Spirit of the Dance"_' intertitle with a cartoon of a dancer in the background. Maude...

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  5. Poet’s Guide to Britain, A (2009)

    Subject
    English language and literature
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 180 minutes), £15.99

    Acclaimed poet and author Owen Sheers presents this enlightening series in which he looks at six great works of poetry about the British landscape. The poems by William Wordsworth, Matthew Arnold, Lynette...

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  6. Words and Music (2017 Radio)

    Series
    Words and Music

    Radio broadcast. A sequence of poetry, prose and music on the theme of circles, curves and contours, with readings from Deborah Findlay and Hugh Fraser. Including texts by Shakespeare, Tennyson, Emily...

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  7. Prince Charles remembers the sacrifice of British forces (1991)

    Genre
    Speech

    Speech (by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales?) in which he addresses the Lord Mayor of London, Prime Minister John Major and others at the Guildhall in London. On the end of the Gulf war and pays tribute to...

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  8. The best of First Edition (1994)

    Genre
    Discussion; Interview

    Tricia Ingrams presents the pick of her week’s First Edition programme , on London Newstalk between 7pm and 10pm each weekday evening. Guests are: Rebecca Stephens, first British woman to climb Everest,...

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  9. Simon Schama’s John Donne (2009)

    Subject
    English language and literature
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 60 minutes), £195.00

    Simon Schama celebrates the life and work of one of Britain’s greatest love poets, John Donne. For Schama, Donne is the poet who transformed English poetry through his emotional honesty and skilled use of...

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  10. Young and Old (2010 Radio)

    Series
    Essay: Five Easy Pieces, The
    Producer
    Tim Dee

    Radio 3 poetry series. Christopher Ricks explores some short poems worth remembering. The first episode focuses on Frances Cornford’s ‘Childhood’ and Shakespeare’s Sonnet 73.

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