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  • Hope and Glory: The Days That Made Britain | Stuart Maconie

    Hope and Glory: The Days That Made Britain

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Stuart Maconie
    • Narrated By Stuart Maconie
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    In Hope and Glory, Stuart goes in search of the places, people and events of the century we have just left behind that have shaped the look and character of modern Britain. From the death of Victoria to the demise of New Labour, he takes a single event from each decade of the 20th century that offers up a defining moment in our history and then goes in search of its legacy today.

  • Pies and Prejudice | Stuart Maconie

    Pies and Prejudice

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Stuart Maconie
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    A Northerner in exile, Stuart Maconie goes on a journey in search of the North, attempting to discover where the clichés end and the truth begins. He travels from Wigan Pier to Blackpool Tower and Newcastle's Bigg Market to the Lake District to find his own Northern Soul, encountering along the way an exotic cast of chippy Scousers, pie-eating woollybacks, topless Geordies, mad-for-it Mancs, Yorkshire nationalists and brothers in southern exile.

  • Long Road from Jarrow: A journey through Britain then and now | Stuart Maconie

    Long Road from Jarrow: A journey through Britain then and now

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Stuart Maconie
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    In the autumn of 1936, some 200 men from the Tyneside town of Jarrow marched 300 miles to London in protest against the destruction of their towns and industries. Precisely 80 years on, Stuart Maconie walks from north to south, retracing the route of the emblematic Jarrow Crusade. Following history's footsteps, Maconie is in search of what modern Britain is really like today.

    David W says: "A Must-Read. England now and then."
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