The Mark Radcliffe Show - contributer, BBC Radio 1, 1995 -1998, BBC Radio 2 2004 to present day.
Second Draft from Saga Land - six programmes for BBC Radio 3, retracing the footsteps of W.H.Auden and Louis MacNeice during their visit to Iceland in 1936.
Eyes of a Demigod - forty-minute commissioned programme on politician Victor Grayson in prose and verse, BBC Radio 3.
The Amherst Myth - BBC Radio 4. Wrote and presented forty-minute documentary feature on Emily Dickinson.
Trading Places - A series of ten interviews with leading British, Irish and American poets.
Points of Reference - BBC Radio 4. Wrote and presented four thirty-minute programmes, in verse, on the history of navigation and orientation.
From Salford to Jericho - Ninety-minute verse drama for BBC Radio 4.
To Bahia and Beyond - with Glyn Maxwell. Five thirty-minute verse/travelogue features from Brazil and the Amazon for BBC Radio 3.
The Bayeux Tapestry - Six part dramatisation for BBC Radio 3, with Geoff Young.
- Armitage and Moore’s Guide to Song – writer and co-presenter, BBC Radio 4
A Tree Full of Monkeys specially commissioned work in collaboration with Zoviet France for the opening of the Baltic in Newcastle. 45 minutes, soundscape and poetry, BBC Radio 3.
The Odyssey – three-part dramatisation, BBC Radio 4, 2004.
Writing the City - BBC Radio 3 Commission. 5 poems, recorded live at the West Yorkshire Playhouse 2005, with other northern writers.