around 0930 every day this week (beginning 15 March) on the Milton
Keynes Breakfast show, poets will perform either their own work,
or verses written by famous war time authors.
on Saturday 20 March those poets will perform live at Bletchley
Park at a special performance poetry afternoon organised by The
Bletchley Park Trust.
selected poems include deeply moving work by Henry Reed and even
some poems written uniquely about Bletchley Park.
addition there will also be wide range of exhibits telling the story
of Bletchley Park and after the official poetry reading, the audience
will be invited to participate in a Poetry Karaoke.
can submit a poem with a wartime theme and, if approved, will be
asked to read it out.
for adults is £10.00 (concessions £8.00) which includes
a free tour of Bletchley Park.
is just a sample of some of the extraordinary poems you'll be able
to hear this week on Milton Keynes Breakfast 104.5FM.
war poem by Spike Milligan read by Bob Jones
soldier Dad written and read by by Bob Jones
Nose by Spike Milligan
Tony age 3 by Marjorie Wilson read by Min Cornelius
can find more stories like this and add your own on the People's