Robert goes to the viewing platform at Brixham trawler basin and recites a poem about being a tightrope walker,
Robert goes for a walk in Kensington Gardens in the rain and recites a poem about his grandad’s driving.
Today’s episode comes from the centre of London next to the Science Musuem. Robert reminisces about working in a social history museum and the philosophical questions he would ask about looking at old photos of Victorian rural workers, then performs a poem about someone called Justin Trubshaw.
In today’s podcast, Robert catches a train to London and recites a poem about a macaque dressed as a postman.
Today’s podcast sees Robert standing in the rain in a park in Devon, performing a poem about a stroppy lock keeper
In this weeks mini podcast, Robert is waiting for a bus, and he performs a poem about a house having both an upstairs and a downstairs loo.
In this week’s episode, Robert catches a bus in Paignton and performs a very . . . Slow . . .. poem.
In today’s podcast, Robert goes for a stroll on the pier surrounded by the amusements, shove ha’ppennies and arcade games.
In today’s episode Robert goes along the beach in Paignton for a walk next to the sea and performs two poems. One of them is about a chap called Bill, who just wants to make some noise. The other is about a man who sees a ghost, ooooo!
In today’s podcast, Robert is still walking in the woods. He ponders on a scummy pond, a glimpse of London through the trees, and reads a poem about Icarus.