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POETRY PLEASE
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Poetry Please
Sunday 16:30-17:00
Saturday (rpt) 23:00-23:30
The poems you want to hear
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If you'd like to suggest a particular poem for possible inclusion in the programme, contact us - don't forget to tell us why you'd like to hear your choice...
This week
Sunday 18 June 2006
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Roger McGough
Roger McGough introduces a selection of poems chosen by listeners
Featured poems
Sea-Fever by John Masefield
From:  The Collected Poems of John Masefield
Publ:  Willian Heinemann Ltd

Channel Crossing by Sylvia Plath
From:  Collected Poems
Publ: faber and faber

The Peel Life-Boat by T.E. Brown
From:  The Collected Poems of T.E.Brown
Publ:  MacMillan & Co.

Tarring the Boat by Ian Blake
From: Aultgrishan
Publ: Diehard

Look, Stranger by W.H. Auden
From: Look, Stranger!
Publ: faber and faber

The Sea-Bell by Susanne Knowles
From:  The Sea-Bell and Other Poems
Publ:  J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd

Seascape by Stephen Spender
From:  New Collected Poems
Publ: faber and faber

Zennor by Anne Ridler
From:  Collected Poems
Publ:  Carcanet

Keats at Teignmouth by Charles Causley
From:  Collected Poems
Publ:  MacMillan & Co

The Walrus and the Carpenter by Lewis Carroll
From:  The New Oxford Book of Victorian Verse
Publ:  Oxford University Press

See Our Sister - A Haunter of Beaches by Grace Nichols
From:  Startling the Flying Fish
Publ:  Virago

 
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