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200A01Who Are We, Or Who Do We Think We Are?20000103

In three programmes Gavin Esler explores the nature and the future of British national identity.

1: `Who Are We, or Who Do We Think We Are?' Esler travels the length and breadth of Britain to ask what it means to be British today and to find out why loyalty to the notion of Britain is declining, especially among the young.

200A01Who Are We, Or Who Do We Think We Are?20000103

In three programmes Gavin Esler explores the nature and the future of British national identity.

1: `Who Are We, or Who Do We Think We Are?' Esler travels the length and breadth of Britain to ask what it means to be British today and to find out why loyalty to the notion of Britain is declining, especially among the young.

200A02A Very English Identity Crisis20000110

In three programmes Gavin Esler explores the nature and the future of British national identity.

2: `A Very ENGLISH Identity Crisis'.

Esler examines growing resentment among the ENGLISH over perceived preferential treatment of the Scottish and Welsh, from levels of public spending to control of their own affairs and the number of Scots in the Cabinet.

200A02A Very English Identity Crisis20000110

In three programmes Gavin Esler explores the nature and the future of British national identity.

2: `A Very ENGLISH Identity Crisis'.

Esler examines growing resentment among the ENGLISH over perceived preferential treatment of the Scottish and Welsh, from levels of public spending to control of their own affairs and the number of Scots in the Cabinet.

200A03Dead Or Alive?20000117

Gavin Esler concludes his exploration of the nature and the future of British national identity.

`Dead or Alive?' The old glue that held Britain together - empire, war, religion, the monarchy, the welfare state - is weakening.

Esler asks what, if anything, can be constructed to replace it and strengthen the emotional bond of Britishness.

200A03Dead Or Alive?20000117

Gavin Esler concludes his exploration of the nature and the future of British national identity.

`Dead or Alive?' The old glue that held Britain together - empire, war, religion, the monarchy, the welfare state - is weakening.

Esler asks what, if anything, can be constructed to replace it and strengthen the emotional bond of Britishness.