Celebrations (University on Western Australia Press, Perth, 1988)
Wordhord (Fremantle Press, Fremantle, 1989)
A Swansea Anthology (Seren)
20th Century Anglo-Welsh Poetry (Seren)
Poetry 1900-2000 (Library of Wales)
The Sailor, a play for radio commissioned by BBC Third Programme in 1965
The Undertaker, a play for radio commissioned by BBC (London) in 1967
The Dream of Arthur, a play for radio commissioned by BBC Wales in 1970
Cambrian Carnival, a series of short plays and sketches written for the Cambrian Theatre Company whilst resident dramatist during 1972.
King Arthur’s Egg, a play for children written whilst resident writer/dramatist with the C.A.T.S. association of Western Australia in 1975.
Broadcast readings of poetry on radio for the BBC Third Programme and BBC Wales on numerous occasions during the 1960s, including a reading from first poetry collection, The Mask of Pity, with actors Kenneth Griffith and Norman Wynn reciting selected works and the author providing linking narrative.
Three one-hour radio broadcasts of poetry, with additional narration, for the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) from Melbourne in 1968.
Radio broadcasts of poetry on ABC Radio from Perth, Western Australia, during the 1970s.
Elegy for Aberfan, a poem commissioned by TWW and read by the author on TWW and ITN networks on the first anniversary of the Aberfan disaster in October 1967.
Elegy for Aberfan, broadcast on national television in Australia by the author during his lecture/recital tour of the country in 1968.
Elegy for Aberfan, broadcast by BBCTV Wales in the programme In Memory of Aberfan on the 10th anniversary of the disaster.
First recording of The Stones Remember (Argo/Decca PLP 1189) with poet Bryan Walters in 1973.