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Words and Music

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-09-05 22:30:00
Texts and music exploring the theme of exile, with readings by Frances Barber and Greg Hicks. With Shakespeare, Du Maurier, Calvino, Yeats, plus Chabrier, Byrd, Bach and Bob Marley.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-09-05 21:30:00
Texts and music exploring the theme of exile, with readings by Frances Barber and Greg Hicks. With Shakespeare, Du Maurier, Calvino, Yeats, plus Chabrier, Byrd, Bach and Bob Marley.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-29 22:30:00
The Afterlife: Texts and music on the theme of the afterlife, with readings by Sophie Okonedo and Paul Copley. Including Dante, Milton and Wilfred Owen, plus Britten, Ives, Crumb.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-29 21:30:00
The Afterlife: Texts and music on the theme of the afterlife, with readings by Sophie Okonedo and Paul Copley. Including Dante, Milton and Wilfred Owen, plus Britten, Ives, Crumb.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-22 22:30:00
Enemies: Poetry and music on the theme of enemies. Struan Rodger and Siobhan Redmond read William Blake, Dorothy Parker, Baudelaire with music from Bach, Walton and Shirley Bassey.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-22 21:30:00
Enemies: Poetry and music on the theme of enemies. Struan Rodger and Siobhan Redmond read William Blake, Dorothy Parker, Baudelaire with music from Bach, Walton and Shirley Bassey.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-15 22:45:00
Route Nationale: A journey around provincial France, as Jonathan Firth and Haydn Gwynne read works by Verlaine, Apollinaire and Peter Mayle. Music is by Debussy, Berlioz, Chausson.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-15 21:45:00
Route Nationale: A journey around provincial France, as Jonathan Firth and Haydn Gwynne read works by Verlaine, Apollinaire and Peter Mayle. Music is by Debussy, Berlioz, Chausson.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-08 22:45:00
The Old Refrain: Poems and music about refrain and repetition, with readings by Samuel West and Nancy Carroll. With Yeats and Hopkins, plus Berlioz, Brahms, Tavener and Ravel.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-08 21:45:00
The Old Refrain: Poems and music about refrain and repetition, with readings by Samuel West and Nancy Carroll. With Yeats and Hopkins, plus Berlioz, Brahms, Tavener and Ravel.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-07 18:00:00
This Is New York: William Hope and Laurel Lefkow read works by Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes and Lorca accompanied by music from Dvorak, Bernstein, Sondheim, Adams and Charles Ives.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-07 17:00:00
This Is New York: William Hope and Laurel Lefkow read works by Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes and Lorca accompanied by music from Dvorak, Bernstein, Sondheim, Adams and Charles Ives.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-01 22:15:00
Poems and music by prodigies and the early work of great artists, with readings by actors Jack Laskey and Ellie Kendrick. Includes works by Mendelssohn, Paganini, Rimbaud and Byron.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-08-01 21:15:00
Poems and music by prodigies and the early work of great artists, with readings by actors Jack Laskey and Ellie Kendrick. Includes works by Mendelssohn, Paganini, Rimbaud and Byron.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-31 18:00:00
Book of Hours: A journey around the clock over the course of 24 hours with words by Shakespeare, Whitman and Duffy, and music by Sibelius, Debussy, Elvis Costello and Copland.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-31 17:00:00
Book of Hours: A journey around the clock over the course of 24 hours with words by Shakespeare, Whitman and Duffy, and music by Sibelius, Debussy, Elvis Costello and Copland.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-25 22:15:00
A Beat in Time: Greta Scacchi and Greg Wise read poems about Time. Poems and prose by Virginia Woolf, TS Eliot and Shakespeare and music by Haydn, Ravel, John Cage, Bach and Glass.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-25 21:15:00
A Beat in Time: Greta Scacchi and Greg Wise read poems about Time. Poems and prose by Virginia Woolf, TS Eliot and Shakespeare and music by Haydn, Ravel, John Cage, Bach and Glass.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-24 18:00:00
Altitude: Poetry and music inspired by the world seen from a great height, the flight of birds and the romance of mountain tops. With readings by Anton Lesser and Lesley Sharp.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-24 17:00:00
Altitude: Poetry and music inspired by the world seen from a great height, the flight of birds and the romance of mountain tops. With readings by Anton Lesser and Lesley Sharp.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-18 22:30:00
Walkers, Wanderers and Wayfarers: Words and music on the theme of walking, with readings by Clare Higgins and Ian McDiarmid. Includes Thoreau, plus Elgar, Strauss and Mussorgsky.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-18 21:30:00
Walkers, Wanderers and Wayfarers: Words and music on the theme of walking, with readings by Clare Higgins and Ian McDiarmid. Includes Thoreau, plus Elgar, Strauss and Mussorgsky.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-17 19:05:00
The Metaphysical Soul: Anna Massey and Derek Jacobi read a selection of poems by metaphysical poets including Donne, George Herbert and Marvell. Music by Mahler, Takemitsu, Britten.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-17 18:05:00
The Metaphysical Soul: Anna Massey and Derek Jacobi read a selection of poems by metaphysical poets including Donne, George Herbert and Marvell. Music by Mahler, Takemitsu, Britten.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-11 22:15:00
Through the Looking Glass: Derek Jacobi and Lesley Manville with poetry on the theme of mirrors, including Carroll, Plath and Borges, plus music by Ravel, Rachmaninov and Porter.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-11 21:15:00
Through the Looking Glass: Derek Jacobi and Lesley Manville with poetry on the theme of mirrors, including Carroll, Plath and Borges, plus music by Ravel, Rachmaninov and Porter.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-04 22:15:00
Clowns: Texts and music about clowns, with readings by Alison Steadman and Andrew Sachs. With writing from Aesop to Stephen King and Clare to Holub, plus Stravinsky and Schumann.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-07-04 21:15:00
Clowns: Texts and music about clowns, with readings by Alison Steadman and Andrew Sachs. With writing from Aesop to Stephen King and Clare to Holub, plus Stravinsky and Schumann.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-06-27 23:00:00
Texts and music on the theme of awakenings. Including Mary Shelley, AE Housman, Edward Thomas, Anne Bronte and Percy Shelley, plus music by Handel, Bach, Stravinsky and Britten.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-06-27 22:00:00
Texts and music on the theme of awakenings. Including Mary Shelley, AE Housman, Edward Thomas, Anne Bronte and Percy Shelley, plus music by Handel, Bach, Stravinsky and Britten.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-06-20 22:15:00
Texts and music focusing on miniatures, with readings by John Rowe and Lia Williams. Including Webern, Mayerl and Delius, plus works from Herbert, EE Cummings and Gertrude Stein.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-06-20 21:15:00
Texts and music focusing on miniatures, with readings by John Rowe and Lia Williams. Including Webern, Mayerl and Delius, plus works from Herbert, EE Cummings and Gertrude Stein.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-30 22:15:00
Man Made: Texts and music on the relationship between man, nature and machines, with readings by Caroline Catz and Anthony Flanagan. With Dickens, Larkin, plus Bach and Offenbach.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-30 21:15:00
Man Made: Texts and music on the relationship between man, nature and machines, with readings by Caroline Catz and Anthony Flanagan. With Dickens, Larkin, plus Bach and Offenbach.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-23 22:15:00
Moonstruck: Texts and music exploring our fascination with the moon, with readings by Art Malik and Alexandra Gilbreath. Includes Ben Jonson, Shakespeare, plus Debussy and Schumann.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-23 21:15:00
Moonstruck: Texts and music exploring our fascination with the moon, with readings by Art Malik and Alexandra Gilbreath. Includes Ben Jonson, Shakespeare, plus Debussy and Schumann.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-09 22:15:00
Take Me to the River: Texts and music inspired by rivers, with readings by Juliet Stevenson and Jamie Glover. Includes Pound and Clare, plus music by Tippett, Delius and Gorecki.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-09 21:15:00
Take Me to the River: Texts and music inspired by rivers, with readings by Juliet Stevenson and Jamie Glover. Includes Pound and Clare, plus music by Tippett, Delius and Gorecki.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-02 22:15:00
May Day: Poetry, prose and music on the theme of May Day, with readings by Sarah Alexander and Julian Rhind-Tutt. Including Milton, Chaucer and Herrick, plus Britten and Debussy.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-05-02 21:15:00
May Day: Poetry, prose and music on the theme of May Day, with readings by Sarah Alexander and Julian Rhind-Tutt. Including Milton, Chaucer and Herrick, plus Britten and Debussy.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-25 22:15:00
David Bamber and Gillian Bevan explore the defiance of rebellion in readings by WB Yeats, Maya Angelou and Philip Larkin; with music by Chopin, Bax, Copland and Leonard Cohen.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-25 21:15:00
David Bamber and Gillian Bevan explore the defiance of rebellion in readings by WB Yeats, Maya Angelou and Philip Larkin; with music by Chopin, Bax, Copland and Leonard Cohen.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-18 22:20:00
Finishing the Hat: Texts and music inspired by painting, with readings from Alex Jennings and Carolyn Pickles. Includes Browning and Forster, plus Rorem, Debussy and Respighi.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-18 21:20:00
Finishing the Hat: Texts and music inspired by painting, with readings from Alex Jennings and Carolyn Pickles. Includes Browning and Forster, plus Rorem, Debussy and Respighi.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-11 22:15:00
Malady: A sequence of poetry, prose and music focusing on sickness, with readings by Rory Kinnear and Anna Maxwell Martin. Including Kodaly and Bach, plus Pinter and John Evelyn.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-11 21:15:00
Malady: A sequence of poetry, prose and music focusing on sickness, with readings by Rory Kinnear and Anna Maxwell Martin. Including Kodaly and Bach, plus Pinter and John Evelyn.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-04 22:15:00
The Doors of Perception: Poetry, prose and music centring on altered states and visions, with readings by Jim Broadbent and Miranda Richardson. Includes Baudelaire, Blake and Ravel.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-04-04 21:15:00
The Doors of Perception: Poetry, prose and music centring on altered states and visions, with readings by Jim Broadbent and Miranda Richardson. Includes Baudelaire, Blake and Ravel.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-03-28 22:45:00
The South Country: A sequence of music, poetry and prose celebrating the landscape of southern England, with readings by Tamsin Greig and Neil Pearson. Including Belloc and Tippett.

> Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 at 2010-03-28 21:45:00
The South Country: A sequence of music, poetry and prose celebrating the landscape of southern England, with readings by Tamsin Greig and Neil Pearson. Including Belloc and Tippett.

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