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The characters in the world's longest running soap opera tell you who they are whenever they talk. Pour yourself a glass of Tumble Tussock and Rob Drummond will explain.
Society, Politics & Law
John Booth reviews Owen Jones' Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class and asks how the image of the bulldog breed turned into a narrative of feral children.
Education & Development
The head of the Rewachand Bhojwani Academy finds the multilingualism of Indian society has positive advantages, even though it makes it harder to maintain standards.
TV, Radio & Events
Download a free booklet exploring different aspects of working class life in Britain through the years.
Known as Castle Road in the 19th century, we trace the changing character and communities of City Road, re-named in 1905, when Cardiff gained city status.
History & The Arts
Selina Todd's book can take its place alongside EP Thompson and Owen Jones, says Ruth Percy.
Laurie Taylor and guests explore the working class passion for garden, and England's problems on the pitch.
Is there any evidence for social mobility? Laurie Taylor and guests consider the evidence.
If the left could get a few more "normal" people on side, perhaps it wouldn’t be left to the reactionary right to shake up the political establishment, writes James Bloodworth.
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