The bustling streets of Brixton are full of music, art, markets, poets, radicals and preachers. Alex Wheatle, the Brixton Bard, takes you on a journey around the area he first discovered in the 1970's when it was vibrating with reggae baselines and the smog of uprising was in the air. Follow him through Brixton's legendary market and round its diverse and vibrant streets.
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