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Jean Sprackland

Jean Sprackland joins Roger in the studio discussing her poetry choices including work by Louis MacNeice, Kit Wright and Emily Dickinson. Producer Sally Heaven.

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28 minutes

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Sat 11 May 2019 23:30

This Week's Poems

"Afterlight"By Pauline StainerTaken from "Crossing the Snowline"Published by Bloodaxe Books
"The Apple House"By Pauline StainerTaken from "Crossing the Snowline"Published by Bloodaxe Books
"Judith"By Vicki FeaverTaken from "The Handless Maiden"Published by Jonathan Cape
"The Boys Bump-Starting the Hearse"By Kit WrightTaken from "Hoping It Might Be So:  Poems 1974 - 2000"Published by Faber
"Bavarian Gentians"by DH Lawrence
"Elderflower"By Jean SpracklandTaken from "Green Noise"Published by Jonathan Cape
"Overheard on a Saltmarsh"By Harold Monro
"Stars and Planets"By Norman MacCaigTaken from "The Poems of Norman MacCaig"Published by Polygon
"Seven Houses"By Charles CausleyTaken from "Collected Poems"Published by Macmillan
"I Heard a Fly Buzz"By Emily Dickinson
"The Snow Man"By Wallace Stevens
"Snow"
By Louis MacNeiceTaken from "Collected Poems"Published by Faber
 

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