Roger McGough presents poems on themes reflecting the end of the summer.
Roger McGough presents poems which use as imagery the sea, trees and autumn fruits.
Roger McGough presents a selection of listeners' favourite poetry.
Stephen Rea and Fiona Shaw read poems by Irish authors, from W B Yeats to Seamus Heaney.
Roger McGough hosts the programme from the Latitude music and arts festival in Suffolk.
Gardening requests with readers Carole Boyd and John Rowe.
Roger McGough presents a selection of poems requested by listeners.
Roger McGough with poetry of love, hate and everything in between on Poetry Please.
Roger McGough with a miscellany including poetry from the Lakes and the Caribbean.
Roger McGough presents a selection of gothic poetry.
Roger McGough with listeners' requests, including poetry by Robert Burns.
Roger McGough presents a selection of listeners' poetry on the subject of home.
Roger McGough presents a pot luck of poetry from Byron and Keats to Charles Tomlinson.
Roger McGough presents half an hour of satirical poetry, read by Rory Bremner.
Roger McGough presents listeners' favourite poetry, including works by Robert Frost.
Roger McGough presents a programme in celebration of the islands around the UK.
Roger McGough brings poetry of love and of colours - blue, green, crimson, silver, gold...
Roger McGough with a selection of listeners' requests with a family theme.
Roger McGough introduces poetry to take listeners into altered states and waking dreams.
Roger McGough is back with a Poetry Please celebrating the humble bee.
Roger McGough on the poetry of John Donne.
Roger McGough with a miscellany of poems about sun, sleep, love and loss.
Roger McGough celebrates Bloomsday with poetry by James Joyce, Paul Durcan and others.
Roger McGough celebrates contemporary Irish poetry.
Roger McGough presents poetry for children and adults alike.
Poetry Please at the Poetry by Heart finals.
Roger McGough travels from 13th-century Persia to Eaglehawk, Australia.
Roger McGough explores a wide range of poetry about religion.