Wondermentalist Cabaret

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03Edinburgh Special2012081220170810 (BBC7)Laughter, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

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20200118 (BBC7)
20160915 (BBC7)
Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey brings his own comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret to the airwaves.

Recorded in front of an audience in Bristol, he's joined by Elvis McGonagall and one man house band Jerri Hart.

Fellow poets Lucy English and Byron Vincent battle it out with Elvis in a Dead Poets' Slam, while the audience compose their own poem on the subject of Sundays.

Producer: Mark Smalley

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2011.

Matt Harvey hosts a comedy-infused, musically enhanced, mildly interactive poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey brings his own comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret to the airwaves.

Matt Harvey hosts a comedy-infused, musically enhanced, mildly interactive poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey brings his own comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret to the airwaves. Recorded in front of an audience in Bristol, he's joined by Elvis McGonagall and one man house band Jerri Hart. Fellow poets Lucy English and Byron Vincent battle it out with Elvis in a Dead Poets' Slam, while the audience compose their own poem on the subject of Sundays.

Producer: Mark Smalley.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2011.

Matt Harvey hosts a comedy-infused, musically enhanced, mildly interactive poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

01022011020820180419 (BBC7)
20200125 (BBC7)
20160922 (BBC7)
Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey presents this comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret.

Recorded in front of an audience at the Swindon Arts Centre, he's joined by the poet and musician Zena Edwards and one man house band Jerri Hart.

Fellow poets AF Harrold and Kate Fox battle it out with Zena in a Dead Poets' Slam, while the audience compose their own highly flavoured poem on the subject of cheese.

Producer: Mark Smalley.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2011.

Matt Harvey hosts his own comedy-infused, musically enhanced, poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey presents this comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret.

Recorded in front of an audience at the Swindon Arts Centre, he's joined by the poet and musician Zena Edwards and one man house band Jerri Hart.

Fellow poets AF Harrold and Kate Fox battle it out with Zena in a Dead Poets' Slam, while the audience compose their own highly flavoured poem on the subject of cheese.

Producer: Mark Smalley.

Matt Harvey hosts his own comedy-infused, musically enhanced, poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey presents this comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret. Recorded in front of an audience at the Swindon Arts Centre, he's joined by the poet and musician Zena Edwards and one man house band Jerri Hart. Fellow poets AF Harrold and Kate Fox battle it out with Zena in a Dead Poets' Slam, while the audience compose their own highly flavoured poem on the subject of cheese.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2011.

Matt Harvey hosts his own comedy-infused, musically enhanced, poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

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20200201 (BBC7)
20160929 (BBC7)
Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey presents this comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret.

Recorded in front of an audience at The Royal Seven Stars in Totnes, South Devon, he's joined by the poet Murray Lachlan Young and one man house band Jerri Hart.

Fellow poets Liv Torc and Nathan Filer battle it out with Murray in a Dead Poets' Slam, while the audience compose their own poem on the subject of gerbils.

Producer: Mark Smalley

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2011.

Matt Harvey hosts a comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, interactive poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Poet, performer, enemy of all that's difficult and upsetting, Matt Harvey presents this comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, slightly interactive poetry cabaret.

Recorded in front of an audience at The Royal Seven Stars in Totnes, South Devon, he's joined by the poet Murray Lachlan Young and one man house band Jerri Hart.

Matt Harvey hosts a comedy-infused, musically-enhanced, interactive poetry cabaret.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

01042011022220180503 (BBC7)
20200208 (BBC7)
20161006 (BBC7)
Matt Harvey's warm-hearted poetry cabaret in the company of fellow poets Les Barker, Pete Hunter and Jude Simpson.

Supported by one man house band, Jerri Hart, they vie for the audience's approval at the Comedy Box, Bristol, in the Dead Poets' Slam, wooing us with the deathless words of their best-loved poets from the past.

The audience too play their part, composing their own crowd-sourced poem (the subjects of which can vary wildly, from reflecting on the delights and demerits of cheese, to Sunday mornings, and the winter habits of gerbils).

Producer: Mark Smalley

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2011.

Matt Harvey and guests with a lively poetry cabaret recorded at Bristol's Comedy Box.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Matt Harvey's warm-hearted poetry cabaret, Wondermentalist, is today in the company of fellow poets Les Barker, Pete Hunter and Jude Simpson. Supported by one man house band, Jerri Hart, they vie for the audience's approval at the Comedy Box, Bristol, in the Dead Poets' Slam, wooing us with the deathless words of their best-loved poets from the past. The audience too play their part, composing their own crowd-sourced poem (the subjects of which can vary wildly, from reflecting on the delights and demerits of cheese, to Sunday mornings, and the winter habits of gerbils).

Producer: Mark Smalley.

Matt Harvey and guests with a lively poetry cabaret recorded at Bristol's Comedy Box.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

Matt Harvey and guests with a lively poetry cabaret recorded at Bristol's Comedy Box.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

0201Listening To More Than Words2013040220161215 (R4)Matt Harvey's musically-enhanced, interactive poetry cabaret comes from Bristol.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

02022013040920161222 (R4)Matt Harvey presents his poetry cabaret from the Swindon Festival of Literature.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

02032013041620161229 (R4)Matt Harvey and guests with more poetry and cabaret, from Dartington in south Devon.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests

02042013042320170105 (R4)Matt Harvey and guests with comedy, poetry and music from the Ways with Words festival.

Comedy, poetry, music and audience creativity in the company of Matt Harvey and guests