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5/5 Tim Winton describes what has led him to become an environmental campaigner in Australia.
5/5 Michael Symmons Roberts and Paul Farley explore the life, and death, of poet WH Auden.
4/5 Tim Winton marvels at the joys of beachcombing, of finding 'gifts and signs' on the shore.
4/5 The lives - and reclusive deaths - of Emily Dickinson and Rosemary Tonks.
3/5 How a childhood of snorkelling led to a passion for freediving.
3/5 The authors explore the lives - and deaths - of Stevie Smith and Louis MacNeice.
2/5 Tim Winton describes his encounters with dolphins off the coast of Western Australia.
2/5 The authors explore the lives - and suicides - of John Berryman and Sylvia Plath.
1/5 Tim Winton reflects on how childhood days spent at the coast have shaped his whole life.
1/5 Poets Michael Symmons Roberts and Paul Farley ask 'What is the true cost of poetry?'.