World War 1 Poetry
While the work of British poets Wilfred Owen and Rupert Brooke helped to communicate the experience of the First World War to generations in the years that followed, what of their German counterparts?
As part of Radio 3's Wilfred Owen week, Gabriel Gbadamosi examines the poetry written from the other side of the enemy line and how Germans view it today.
361 Days / 361 Plays
Gabriel also talks to Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks as she makes theatrical history.
Soon after winning the Pulitzer 3 years ago, she sat down and wrote a play every day for a year. Now all 365 of them are about to be produced over the next year in 700 theatres, large and small, across America.
Gabriel talks to her about how this unique project will work and what it is like to have over 5000 premieres in a year.