A collection of archive footage featuring Dylan Thomas.
Andrew Sinclair discusses the Hollywood stars in his Under Milk Wood adaptation.
Andrew Sinclair explains why Lower Fishguard was perfect for filming Under Milk Wood.
Reading of Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night by Anthony Hopkins.
Dylan Thomas the actor in David Jones' play on the First World War.
Live version sung by Mari Griffith for BBC series Poems & Pints in 1978.
1959 archive reading of ‘The Fight’ by Emlyn Williams.
Live performance by Ryan Davies of the Dylan Thomas poem.
The opening lines to the famous Christmas story, from a 1958 broadcast.
Reading by Cerys Matthews of a short Dylan Thomas poem.
The second verse of a lesser-known Dylan Thomas poem read by John Cale.
A reading of ‘The Hand That Signed the Paper’ by Philip Madoc from 1988.
John Cale version of the classic Dylan Thomas poem.
Madoc reads an early Dylan Thomas poem, written in 1933.
Short Dylan thomas poem, written in 1933, read by Philip Madoc.
Extract from a poem written by Dylan Thomas for his daughter.
The earliest recording of Dylan Thomas in the BBC archive - from 1938.
First poem that Dylan Thomas wrote in his shed in Laugharne overlooking the Towy estuary.
Memories from childhood - an old man in Swansea’s Cwmdonkin Park.
Part of an unpublished trilogy – poem Thomas started writing in 1949.
Memories of childhood in Swansea during World War 1.
TV programme sound track featuring Dylan Thomas reading one of his stories.
A film to illustrate the well-known story, 'A Child's Christmas in Wales' by Dylan Thomas.
BBC archive from 1948
Dylan Thomas on the town that inspired the fictional setting Llareggub for Under Milk Wood