Street, S., 2007. The Rights and Wrongs of Passage to Ireland on the Ferry, Not What It Used to Be: England and Nostalgia. Radio. BBC Radio 4. June 2007. 06:03.
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Arcadian visions of Britain, in particular England, have appeared in prose, poetry and music for centuries. Skilfully evoked, they touch our very souls. But since the beginning, they have been manipulated by politicians, the military and advertisers to sell us policies, products and even identities. With political journalist Anthony Howard, historian Lisa Jardine, composer Michael Berkeley, singer Tom Robinson and rural writer Richard Mabey, Sean Street explores the archive of a potent emotion ? nostalgia
|Edition:||Tuesday 26 Dec 06|
|Series Name:||The Rights and Wrongs of Passage to Ireland on the Ferry|
|Subjects:||Social Sciences > Communication, Cultural and Media Studies|
|Group:||Media School > Institute for Media and Communication Research|
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|Deposited On:||05 Mar 2009 20:28|
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