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Genome: [r4 Bd=19931110]

Four writers give a personal view of today's Britain.

1: The Sins of Little England. Dave Hill tweaks the net curtains to reveal Ann

Summers parties in the Home Counties, spanking in Surrey and bizarre crimes in Tunbridge Wells. Why do we cling to collective views of respectability when our actions belie them?

Producer Wendy Pilmer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931110]

Unknown: Dave Hill

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931117]

Four writers give a personal view of today's Britain.

2: In Search of Bohemia. Where have all the young Bohemians flown to, now that Soho is the haunt of advertising exectuvies? Jill Neville ventures up and down the land in search of the subversive. Producer Wendy Pilmer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931117]

Unknown: Jill Neville

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931124]

Four writers give a personal view of today's Britain.

3: The North/North Ande. The north east is popularly known for its high levels of crime, poverty and unemployment. Yet just outside Newcastle lies Darras Hall, an estate which houses more professional "ABls" than anywhere else in Britain. Peter Hetherington reveals a less-publicised face of the north east. Producer Wendy Pilmer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931201]

Four writers give a personal view of today's Britain.

4: The Message and the Musk. In the last of the series Charlotte Greig explores the state of the black pentecostal churches in Britain; the tension between young and older generations, the rise of multiracial churches and the birth of a British gospel sound. Producer Wendy Pilmer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931201]

Producer: Wendy Pilmer