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Thinking Allowed - Opera and grammar schools

Updated Wednesday, 30th November 2011

In this week's Thinking Allowed, the focus is on the popularity of opera in Venezuela and Wales, and grammar schools and social mobility

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Laurie Taylor will be talking to Oxford University politics lecturer Adam Swift about grammar schools and social mobility.

He will also be chatting to Assistant Professor Claudio Benzecry and Professor Paul Atkinson about hardcore opera fans in Beunos Aires and Cardiff, the subject of Benzecry's book Opera Fanatic: Ethnography of an Obsession.

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