A collection of poems celebrating the midpoint of summer and the longest day of the year.
Poems by Raymond Carver, Robert Frost, Jennifer O'Grady and Langston Hughes
Anton Lesser reads One Day He Came Back With News by Kenneth Stevens
Simon Russell Beale reads Gift by Czeslaw Milosz
Adjoa Andoh reads Rain at Three by Tishani Dosh
Paul McGann reads Comete by Les Murray
Poetry for the spring equinox.
Poetry to celebrate the spring equinox.
Anton Lesser reads Coming by Philip Larkin for Radio 4's Four Seasons day of poetry
Adjoa Andoh reads In Time of Silver Rain by Langston Hughes
Poetry to mark the coming of spring. Pippa Haywood reads Another Spring.
Poetry to mark the spring equinox.
A collection of seasonal poems to mark the turn of the seasons
A collection of seasonal poems for the winter solstice.
An autumn equinox celebration with live music and poetry from The Barley Wood Cider Barn.
Three poems to reflect on the longest day of the year before the light begins to fade.
Harriet Walter reads There Came a Wind Like a Bugle for the midpoint of summer.
Langston Hughes' Dream Variations, read by Noma Dumezweni.
A playful, surreal take on the life of a man as a bee, read by Anton Lesser.
Jack Gilbert's reflective poem for the midpoint of summer, read by Simon Russell Beale.
A collection of poems to celebrate the arrival of spring.
Poems to celebrate the spring equinox.
Anton Lesser reads Wet Evening in April by Patrick Kavanagh.
Simon Russell Beale reads AE Housman's, Loveliest of Trees, the Cherry Now.
Poems to celebrate the spring equinox. Harriet Walter reads Nostos by Louise Gluck.
Poems to celebrate the spring equinox. Noma Dumezweni reads Black March by Stevie Smith.