A sequence of texts and music produced under the shadow of war.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music celebrating the gods Apollo and Dionysus.
Texts and music centring on southern Europe. Readers: Alexandra Gilbreath and John Rowe.
Texts and music on the theme of maps, with readings by Hugh Bonneville and Barbara Flynn.
Music and poetry read by Simon Russell Beale on the 50th anniversary of TS Eliot's death.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music on the theme of rooms.
Poems, prose and music on the theme of home.
Texts and music about travelling fairs, with readers Joanne Froggatt and James Bolam.
Texts and music remembering those who died in war over the last century.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music exploring 'the limits of knowledge'.
Cheryl Campbell and William Houston present texts and music exploring the nature of light.
Texts and music on the theme of disguise, with readings by Susan Jameson and Tom Durham.
Texts and music on the theme of 'an autumn walk'. Readers: Lesley Sharp and Julian Wadham.
Texts and music on the theme of abstraction, with readers Lisa Dwan and Peter Marinker.
Texts and music about food and drink, with readings by Ben Miles and Emily Joyce.
Texts and music on the theme of holidays, with readings by Scott Handy and Jemima Rooper.
Texts and music on the theme of the road, with readings by Jack Lowden.
Texts and music about kisses, with readings by Pippa Nixon and Jonathan Cullen.
Texts and music on the theme of an unquiet mind. Readers: Katherine Parkinson, Greg Wise.
Texts and music reflecting a world changed by war. Readers: James Wilby, Helen Baxendale.
Texts and music on the theme of displacement. Readers: Lesley Sharp and Philip Franks.
Words and music from World War I, with reading by Emma Fielding and Harry Hadden-Paton.
Texts and music focusing on Strauss, with readings by Charles Edwards and Pooky Quesnel.
An exploration of birds and the human imagination, from Ted Hughes to Disney's Dumbo.
John Sessions and Indira Varma set out on linguistic roads paved with good intentions.
The Power of Alchemy with verse and prose by both ancient and modern writers.
An imagined serendipitous journey through Paris with actors Tamsin Grieg and Neil Pearson.
Poerty and prose by Dylan Thomas and music ranging from Schubert to Johnny Cash.
Texts and music inspired by Shakespeare. Readers: Rory Kinnear and Adjoa Andoh.
Texts and music about life on the streets, with readings by Toby Jones and Mariah Gale.