Colm Toibin profiles the brilliance and the madness of American poet Robert Lowell.
Mark Lawson talks to poet Les Murray.
Critic, poet and TV personality Clive James meets his younger self in the sound archives.
Poet Don Paterson meets composer Thomas Adès.
Michael Rosen explores the sound and rhythm of English with poet Glyn Maxwell.
Larkin arrives in Belfast to take up his new job as librarian at the University.
Poet Paul Muldoon recalls a fellow Belfast wordsmith who innovated radio production.
Andrew McGibbon talks to Edwin Dawes, biochemist and beloved magician to Philip Larkin.
from Front Row 14/06/2010
Poet Paul Muldoon introduces his personal musical choices.
John Tusa talks to Irish poet Paul Muldoon.
The story of one of the most enduring songwriting relationships in history.
One of the great English poets, famous for his day job as librarian at Hull University.
Poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney is in conversation with Mark Lawson.
Mark Lawson talks to poet Wendy Cope.
With Mark Lawson. Seamus Heaney discusses the inspiration for his poetry.
The creation and unexpected afterlife of WH Auden's poem September 1, 1939.
Alistair Cooke reflects on Sir Alexander Cadogan, Philip Larkin and Mister Rogers.
Author Colm Toibin profiles Anglo-American poet Thom Gunn, who died in 2004.
Through the poetry of Les Murray, an autistic savant begins to see the world differently.
Theo Dorgan explores the continuing importance of WB Yeats, 150 years after he was born.
James Naughtie looks at the work of Wendy Cope, one of Britain's most popular poets.
Presenter Matthew Parris and journalist Jeremy Vine discuss W H Auden's poetry.
Jeremy Vine is joined by Richard Davenport-Hines to explore the life and work of WH Auden.
Fintan O'Toole looks back at the reputations of WB Yeats and Seamus Heaney.
Melvyn Bragg examines the effect of Irish politics on the work of the poet W.B. Yeats.
Melvyn Bragg explores the strange and mystical world of the Irish poet W B Yeats.