1/4 Craig Raine visits the key locations of TS Eliot's set of poems The Four Quartets.
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3/3 The threat of nuclear/environmental holocaust, explored by writers such as Neville Shute. (R)
2/3 Looking at HG Wells and Aldous Huxley's questioning whether can science mend broken dreams (R)
1/3 Contrasting future worlds in novels from the 1880s - by Edward Bellamy and William Morris. (R)
3/3 Jonathan Coe recalls his piano playing days, which led to forming a band. (R)
2/3 Poet Ruth Padel recalls her role as a viola player, which won out over piano playing. (R)
1/3 Novelist and journalist Terence Blacker discusses the guitar. (R)
4/4 Christopher discusses Daniel's work as part of the Beaux Arts Trio and on other projects.
3/4 Christopher Hope discusses the importance in his son's life of composer Alfred Schnittke.
2/4 Christopher Hope discusses his son Daniel's time spent boarding at the Menuhin School.
1/4 Christopher Hope discusses how his son learnt to play a quarter-size violin.
4/4 Kit Wright on the importance to him of Tennyson's lyric poem Tears, Idle Tears.
3/4 Brian Patten discusses the importance to him of Tennyson's poem Come into the Garden, Maud
2/4 Welsh poet Gwyneth Lewis discusses the importance to her of Tennyson's poem The Kraken.
1/4 Poet Vicki Feaver explains the importance of Tennyson's long poem Ulysses to her.