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01Paul Muldoon - July 1st 1916, With The Ulster Division20160704

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory

Paul Muldoon's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: TIM DEE.

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

Paul Muldoon's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

Paul Muldoon reads his new poem July 1st 1916, with the Ulster Division.

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01The Somme: Paul Muldoon - July 1st 1916, With The Ulster Division20160704'

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Paul Muldoon's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

Paul Muldoon's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: TIM DEE.'

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In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Paul Muldoon's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

02The Somme: Yrsa Daley-ward - When Your Mother Calls You, Come20160705'

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Producer: Tim Dee.

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Producer: TIM DEE.'

'

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.'

Producer: Tim Dee.

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

02Yrsa Daley-ward - When Your Mother Calls You, Come20160705

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Producer: TIM DEE.

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Yrsa Daley-Ward reads her new poem When your mother calls you, come.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond.

03Bill Manhire - Known Unto God20160706

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Producer: TIM DEE.

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Bill Manhire reads his poem Known unto God, written in response to the Battle of the Somme

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03The Somme: Bill Manhire - Known Unto God20160706'

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Producer: Tim Dee.

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

Producer: TIM DEE.'

'

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.'

Producer: Tim Dee.

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

Bill Manhire's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.''

04Jackie Kay - Private Joseph Kay20160707"

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

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04Jackie Kay - Private Joseph Kay20160707'

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In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.'

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

04Jackie Kay - Private Joseph Kay20160707

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

JACKIE KAY's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: TIM DEE

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Jackie Kay reads her poem Private Joseph Kay, in response to the Battle of the Somme.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond.

04The Somme: Jackie Kay - Private Joseph Kay20160707'

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

7th July: JACKIE KAY: Private Joseph Kay

JACKIE KAY's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: TIM DEE'

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In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Jackie Kay's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

05Daljit Nagra - On Your 'a 1940 Memory'20160708"

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Daljit Nagra's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

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05Daljit Nagra - On Your 'a 1940 Memory'20160708'

'In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Daljit Nagra's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.'

05Daljit Nagra - On Your 'a 1940 Memory'20160708

In a week of broadcasts tracking the 100th anniversary of the first week of the Battle of the Somme, Radio 3's Essay series is featuring five new poems written in response to the battle. The poems have been commissioned by 14-18Now and these programmes will broadcast the poems for the first time and also hear from the poets about their inspiration and writing.

4th July: Paul Muldoon: July 1st 1916, With the Ulster Division

5th July: Yrsa Daley-Ward: When your mother calls you, come.

6th July: Bill Manhire: Known Unto God

7th July: Jackie Kay: Private Joseph Kay

8th July: Daljit Nagra: On your 'A 1940 Memory'

Daljit Nagra's poem was commissioned by 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Writers' Centre Norwich. It was published by Gatehouse Press.

Producer: Tim Dee.

Daljit Nagra with his poem On your 'A 1940 Memory', in response to the Battle of the Somme

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