Programmes and readings from Radio 3's Dylan Thomas Day.
Writer and poet Kevin Powell explores Dylan Thomas's influence on black American writers.
Writer Gwyneth Lewis, takes a personal journey through the language of Dylan Thomas.
Ian McMillan introduces Do Not Go Gentle, read by Dylan Thomas.
Screenwriter Andrew Davies explores Dylan Thomas' influence on his own writing.
Ian McMillan introduces a Dylan Thomas Centenary special from Laugharne in Wales.
Ian McMillan and friends read Dylan Thomas' Altarwise By Owl Light.
Richard Burton reads Dylan Thomas' Deaths And Entrances.
Peter Finch reads and discusses his poem inspired by Thomas's 'Altarwise by Owl-Light'.
Ian McMillan reads Dylan Thomas' All All and All the Dry World's Lever.
Dylan Thomas reads Light Breaks where no sun shines.
Ian McMillan delves into the world of the Kardomah Boys.
Tecwyn Evans conducts the world premiere of Mervyn Burtch's 4 Portraits of Dylan.
Professor John Goodby explores the boundaries which Thomas crossed in both life and art.
Tom Hollander reads Dylan Thomas' Do Not Go Gentle.
Tecwyn Evans conducts a performance of Stravinsky's In memoriam Dylan Thomas.
Dylan Thomas reads Poem in October.
Michael Sheen reads Dylan Thomas' This Side Of The Truth.
Dylan Thomas reads If I Were Tickled by the Rub of Love.
Michael Sheen reads Dylan Thomas' This Side of the Truth.
Ian McMillan introduces and reads Love in the Asylum.
Ian McMillan introduces There was a Saviour, read by Dylan Thomas.
Ian McMillan introduces Dylan Thomas' Fern Hill, read by Richard Burton.
An archive recording of Dylan Thomas reading In My Craft or Sullen Art.
Dylan Thomas reads A Refusal to Mourn the Death, By Fire, of a Child in London.