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Raymond Antrobus

Michael Rosen meets acclaimed poet Raymond Antrobus to discuss language, sign language and deafness.

Michael Rosen meets acclaimed poet Raymond Antrobus. Winner of the 2018 Ted Hughes award for new work in poetry, his collection The Perserverence brings together autobiographical poems on race, deafness and family. He joins Michael Rosen to discuss language, sign language and deafness.

Producers: Melvin Rickarby and James Cook

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