Made In England

A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

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20081006A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

1/5. Writer Andrew O'Hagan compares contemporary England to that described by George Orwell in an essay written in 1941.

A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

1/5. Writer Andrew O'Hagan compares contemporary England to that described by George Orwell in an essay written in 1941.

20081007A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

2/5. Novelist Maggie Gee makes a pilgrimage back to a childhood home.

A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

2/5. Novelist Maggie Gee makes a pilgrimage back to a childhood home.

20081008A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

3/5. Writer Patrick Wright explores Englishness though the changing face of Broadway Market in East London.

A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

3/5. Writer Patrick Wright explores Englishness though the changing face of Broadway Market in East London.

20081009A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

4/5. Poets John Agard and Daljit Nagra and novelists Helen Dunmore and Catherine O'Flynn offer their own interpretations of Englishness.

A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

4/5. Poets John Agard and Daljit Nagra and novelists Helen Dunmore and Catherine O'Flynn offer their own interpretations of Englishness.

20081010A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

5/5. Beryl Bainbridge is inspired by reminiscences of her Liverpool childhood.

A series of five essays and poems written and read by major writers on the theme 'made in England'.

5/5. Beryl Bainbridge is inspired by reminiscences of her Liverpool childhood.

AR0120081006Writer Andrew O'hagan compares contemporary England to that described by George Orwell in an essay written in 1941.
AR0220081007Novelist Maggie Gee makes a pilgrimage back to a childhood home.
AR0320081008Writer Patrick Wright explores Englishness though the changing face of Broadway Market in East London.
AR0420081009Poets John Agard and Daljit Nagra and novelists Helen Dunmore and Catherine O'Flynn offer their own interpretations of Englishness.
AR05 LAST20081010Beryl Bainbridge is inspired by reminiscences of her Liverpool childhood.