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Who's for the Game? by Jessie Pope

2 months ago

Spirited reading of the poem. Educational purposes only. There seem to be absolutely no quality readings of this infamous companion-piece to Wilfred Owen's "Dulce et Decorum est" on the internet...

Frankie Howerd: I blame Dot

5 months ago

The funniest comedy clip ever...

Stealing the Boat from Wordsworth's The Prelude AQA Reading & Dramatisation

2 years ago

Reference the New English Literature exam. (P.28-29 of the Past and present poetry anthology.) I do not own copyright. Educational purposes only.

Cargoes by John Masefield: Joanna Lumley vs The Likely Lads!

2 years ago

A wonderful poem appreciated in very different ways by two very different sets of people! (For educational purposes only. I do not own the copyright on either of these two clips from much...

Transformations by Thomas Hardy

3 years ago

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Before you were Mine by Carol Ann Duffy

3 years ago

A reading of the poem by Carol Ann Duffy with images of her parents.

The Ruined Maid by Thomas Hardy

3 years ago

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The Evil Inside Ourselves

3 years ago

Four horror fiction writers discuss how horror stories explore the thin line between heroism and evil.

What Were they Like? by Denise Devertov

3 years ago

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The Flea by John Donne

3 years ago

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You will be hearing from us Shortly by U A Fanthorpe

3 years ago

You will be hearing from us shortly You feel adequate to the demands of this position? What qualities do you feel you Personally have to offer? ...

The final moments of the final episode of Civilisation by Kenneth Clark

3 years ago

This ending sequence of the 13th episode of Civilisation is profoundly moving: It is lovely to hear Kenneth Clark's views on various subjects such as culture, history and courtesy;; it is...

Deirdre Barlow's finest scene (from Mike's 60th Birthday episode: Coronation Street 2002)

3 years ago

A life less ordinary: Yes, this is a "literature" channel, but this extraordinary scene performed by Anne Kirkbride as Deirdre Barlow (Coronation Street February 2002) comes close to genuine...

Born Like This (Written and performed by Charles Bukowski)

3 years ago

Born like this Into this As the chalk faces smile As Mrs. Death laughs As political landscapes dissolve As the oily fish spit out their oily prey We are Born like this Into this Into hospitals...

Play / Pay it all Back (William Burroughs)

3 years ago

Audio excerpted from 'Last Words of Hassan Sabbah' by William Burroughs.

Turnips (From Bad Neighbours Documentary)

3 years ago

It's just funny!

Deceptions by Philip Larkin

3 years ago

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Going Going by Philip Larkin

3 years ago

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