Romany Roads

Charting the history of Gypsies and their culture.

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20070813

Charting the history of Gypsies and their culture.

1/2. Professor Yoran Matras of Manchester University considers the Romany language and its influence on other tongues. Ian Hancock, Professor of Romany Studies at the University of Texas, explores the Gypsy diaspora across Europe and how the travellers were received.

20070820

Series on the history of Gypsies and their culture.

2/2. The period from the end of the Second World War to the present day has seen more radical change to the Gypsy way of life than previous centuries. Yet while Gypsies face some of the greatest challenges in their history, there is evidence of a cultural and political renaissance across Europe.

20080815

Series charting the history of gypsies and their culture.

1/2. Professor Yoran Matras of Manchester University considers the Romany language and its influence on other tongues. Ian Hancock, Professor of Romany Studies at the University of Texas, explores the gypsy diaspora across Europe and how the travellers were received.

20080822

Series on the history of Gypsies and their culture.

2/2. The period from the end of the Second World War to the present day has seen more radical change to the Gypsy way of life than previous centuries. Yet while Gypsies face some of the greatest challenges in their history, there is evidence of a cultural and political renaissance across Europe.

01*2007081320080815

Professor Yoran Matras of Manchester University considers the Romany language and its influence on other tongues.

Ian Hancock, Professor of Romany Studies at the University of Texas, explores the Gypsy diaspora across Europe and how the travellers were received.

01*2007081320080815

Professor Yoran Matras of Manchester University considers the Romany language and its influence on other tongues.

Ian Hancock, Professor of Romany Studies at the University of Texas, explores the Gypsy diaspora across Europe and how the travellers were received.

02 LAST*2007082020080822

The period from the end of the Second World War to the present day has seen more radical change to the Gypsy way of life than previous centuries. Yet while Gypsies face some of the greatest challenges in their history, there is evidence of a cultural and political renaissance across Europe.

02 LAST*2007082020080822

The period from the end of the Second World War to the present day has seen more radical change to the Gypsy way of life than previous centuries. Yet while Gypsies face some of the greatest challenges in their history, there is evidence of a cultural and political renaissance across Europe.