"More patriotic than Kipling; more romantic than Byron; more accessible than Shakespeare; and arguably Britain's best loved poet - yet morethan a poet: critic, commentator, historian, a lover of the eccentric..."
John Nettles presents an exploration of the life and landscapes that shaped one of Britain's best-loved poets Sir John Betjeman, celebrating his lifelong love of the West Country.
Featuring interviews with his daughter Candida Lycett Green, biographer Bevis Hillier, artist David Inshaw, poet Charles Causley and more, John Nettles takes the journey to Cornwall, a trip first made by an excited small boy that was destined to be the final pilgrimage of an old man. Sir John Betjeman now rests in a Cornish churchyard by the sea. This journey celebrates his life and work.
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