Podcasts – Readings

‘Text’ by Carol Ann Duffy

Read by Gail Pickering

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‘Why I Write’ by George Orwell

Read by Maria Loughlin

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‘Days” by Philip Larkin

Read by Bryanie Kane

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‘Annabel Lee’ by Edgar Allan Poe

Read by Charlotta Reini

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‘To Liu Xiaobo, Untitled’

Read by Tony Gougeon

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‘Extract From 1984’

Read by Calum O’Fee

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‘For My Mother’

Read by Naomi Head

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‘If I was Dead’ by Carol Ann Duffy

Read by Edd Norval

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‘Delilah’ by Carol Ann Duffy

Read by Edd Norval

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‘Why do you stay up so late’ poem by Don Paterson

Read by Kyrie Van Volten

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‘Untitled’

Read by Kyrie Van Volten

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‘Heaven-Havan- A nun takes the veil’

Read by Becky Sweeney

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‘Valentine’

Read by Nabeela Ali

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‘A Virginal’

Read by Ross Young

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‘That time of year thou mayst in me behold’

Read by Ross Young

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‘Stop All The Clocks’

Read by Robyn Mclaren

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‘Night – Walking’

Read by Gergely Toth

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The Colour of a Person

Read by Jamie Livingstone

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There are Many

Read by Bashabi Fraser

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From ‘A Selection Of Haiku’ by Matsuo Basho

Read By Grace Pringle

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‘Dilate’ by Jenna MacDonald

Read by Jenna MacDonald

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From ‘A Selection of Haiku’ by Matsuo Basho

Read by Kirsty McCaskill

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A servant when he reigneth by Rudyard Kipling

Read by Craig Massie

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Moments of truth by Ludwika Chalp

Read by Desiree Worth

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Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou

Read by Paola Grieco

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