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Thinking Allowed - English heritage and clergy lives

Updated Tuesday, 16th April 2013

Laurie Taylor is in the Thinking Allowed studios this week discussing heritage politics in the UK, and the everyday lives of parish priests

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This week, Laurie Taylor talks to Ruth Adams, the author of a new study which argues that powerful interest groups have championed a 'country house' version of our national past in place of a more complex and diverse history.

Has the heritage lobby transformed the architectural heritage of the aristocracy from a minority interest to a cause with popular support? And, if so, at what cost?

Also, Dr Caroline Gatrell discusses her sociological exploration of the every day lives of modern day parish priests. She's joined by Dr Nigel Peyton, Bishop of Brechin.

Thinking Allowed is on BBC Radio 4 on Wednesdays at 4.00pm and repeated on Monday mornings at 12.15am. Full transmission details, and listen again links, can be found on bbc.co.uk

 

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