Menna Elfyn, Imtiaz Dharker, John Donne, Eastbury Community School Students, Jonathan Edwards, Inua Ellams, Hafez, John Hegley, Jenny Joseph, Jeff Price, Michael Rosen, Jacob Sam-La Rose, William Shakespeare, Jo Shapcott, Jean Sprackland,
Dannie Abse, John Agard, Patience Agbabi, Moniza Alvi, Maya Angelou, Simon Armitage, Elizabeth Barrett-Browning, Aphra Behn, James Berry, John Betjeman, William Blake, Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze, Robert Browning, Joseph Buckley, Gillian Clarke, Leonard Cohen, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Tim Cumming, Laura Dockrill, Maura Dooley, Martin Doyle, Carol Ann Duffy, Paul Durcan, EMC, James Fenton, Andrew Forster, Nancy Gaffield, Philip Gross, Sophie Hannah, Thomas Hardy, Tony Harrison, Seamus Heaney, W. N. Herbert, Ian Horn, JC001, Jackie Kay, Mimi Khalvati, Philip Larkin, Gwyneth Lewis, Andrew Marvell, Roger McGough, Ian McMillan, Adrian Mitchell, Dorothy Molloy, Daljit Nagra, Naomi Shihab Nye, Wilfred Owen, Christina Rossetti, Owen Sheers, Anne Stevenson, Natalie Stewart, Rabindranath Tagore, Kate Tempest, Edward Thomas, Dylan Thomas, Tomas Tranströmer, Nicki Williams, William Wordsworth, Benjamin Zephaniah,
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Owen Sheers reads a second extract from his verse drama in which Arthur experiences a horrific flashback.
There is a separate introduction to this reading on the Poetry Station