Especially When the October Wind read by Tom Hollander
Petroc Trelawny and Ian McMillan introduce the first poem to be performed on Radio 3's Dylan Thomas Day.
Tom Hollander reads Especially When the October Wind by the sea in Laugharne.
Available since: Mon 5 May 2014
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