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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20081006

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.

20081007

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.

20081008

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.

20081009

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.

20081010

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.

AR01*20081006

Writer Andrew O'hagan compares contemporary England to that described by George Orwell in an essay written in 1941.

AR01*20081006

Writer Andrew O'hagan compares contemporary England to that described by George Orwell in an essay written in 1941.

AR02*20081007

Novelist Maggie Gee makes a pilgrimage back to a childhood home.

AR02*20081007

Novelist Maggie Gee makes a pilgrimage back to a childhood home.

AR03*20081008

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

AR03*20081008

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

AR04*20081009

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

AR04*20081009

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

AR05 LAST*20081010

Beryl Bainbridge is inspired by reminiscences of her Liverpool childhood.

AR05 LAST*20081010

Beryl Bainbridge is inspired by reminiscences of her Liverpool childhood.