The BBC's 'Jaysis, Isn't Poetry Only Bleedin' RAPAH' series continues tonight with Jeremy Paxman, who looks almost comfortable here, leading the search for the UK's foremost child in the art of poetry recitation. More than 1500 schools signed up to take part, and the film follows the finalists who progress from regional heats. Compared by Paxman, the final took place in front of 600 people at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford where the children faced a judging panel that included esteemed writer Philip Pullman (His Dark Materials), Benjamin Zephaniah and Dawn Postans, Head of Examinations at LAMDA. From the 1500 schools who originally signed up, the 12 finalists have already achieved something amazing by getting this far, but who will be crowned the eventual winner?