Synopses & Reviews
A delightful pairing of archive programs in which Judi Dench, in the company of her husband Michael Williams and their friends John Moffatt and Alec McCowen, reads a cornucopia of poetry and prose. Interspersed with witty and reflective banter, the readers breathe life into wonderful verse by the likes of Coleridge, Dylan Thomas, DH Lawrence, Sylvia Plath, W H Auden, Roger McGough, Charlotte Mitchell, and Shakespeare. The result is a warm and entertaining time spent in their company. The programs are "With Great Pleasure" and "Fond and Familiar."