Every week I do a little poem and I share it on the radio. A little witty ditty inspired by something that has caught my eye or captured my imagination during the week. This podcast is a collection of those poems; an audiological anthology born out of my favourite part of my weekly radio show.
Free The Gluten!
This episode of The Poetry Podcast features my take on why we should liberate lasagna and rescue ravioli – free the gluten!
Mum's Address Book
This episode of The Poetry Podcast features a poem about, possibly the oldest thing in anyone’s house, the family address book.
This week's witty ditty immortalises some of the mad and bizarre things the history books might forget when documenting the story of our battle with Coronavirus. Very much guided by the science; this is Britain's 2020, unabridged and described by yours truly.
This week The Poetry Podcast features a poem to lift the moods of everyone thrust back into lockdown, a lockdown limerick
Essential item, isn't it?
This week's witty ditty is a poem inspired by a man in Newport who “exposed” a loophole in the list of essential items in a welsh supermarket.
Tiers Of A Town
This week's poem is inspired by the real-life trials and tribulations from a road in Essex where half of the houses are in one tier and the other half are in another.