BSkyB - Wordsworth and Coleridge Road Trip (2021)

BSkyB - Wordsworth and Coleridge Road Trip (2021)

BSkyB - Wordsworth and Coleridge Road Trip (2021)
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Category: Documentary

Frank Skinner and Denise Mina hit the road again, in the company of another great literary double act – William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Frank adores the verse of Wordsworth and will focus on what made William tick. Denise, the creator of dark and haunting fiction concentrates on Coleridge, exploring what draws her to his unique and troubled imagination.

Wordsworth and Coleridge met in 1795 and were to create some of their greatest work together but their passionate friendship ended in bitter betrayal. The story of their complex relationship will be at the heart of this series which will give a unique insight to their creative process.

Travelling from Bristol where they first met to Somerset and the Lake District where the pair lived and worked together, the series will also be a love letter to nature as Denise and Frank walk in their buckled shoes and discover the inspiration behind some of their most loved poems.

Chapter 1:
The duo follow in the footsteps of Romantic poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge as they explore the relationship between the two literary greats, whose passionate friendship ended in bitter betrayal.

Chapter 2:
The duo head to the Lake District as they follow in the footsteps of William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who created some of their gretest work while in the region.

Chapter 3:
The duo examine how the poets' relationship descended into bitterness and acrimony, with Wordsworth growing tired of supporting his troubled creative partner, who had succumbed to opium addiction. Frank and Denise visit Westminster Abbey, where Wordsworth and Coleridge are united forever in Poets' Corner.

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