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Whatever happened to community?: nostalgia: episode 2

Whatever happened to community?: nostalgia: episode 2

Episode 2 of a 4 part series. Giles Fraser travels to North Staffordshire, often known as 'Pugin-land' because of the high concentration of Pugin's buildings, to explore how many in the 19th century wanted to return to medieval forms of community. He argues that this is not dissimilar to the nostalgia many people feel today in response to globalisation and social churn. And in the struggling former pottery town of Stoke on Trent he talks to MP Tristram Hunt about contemporary anxiety over community, and challenges a former BNP councillor nostalgic for a past with few immigrants and full employment

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Published UK: BBC, 2013

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Note: Recorded off-air from BBC Radio 4 9/12/13
Physical Description: 1 online audio recording
Subject: Social cohesion; Social work; Society; Multiculturalism; Culture
Restrictions: Access to this resource is within the UK only.