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Our kind of town

Our kind of town
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Keith Howell presents Our Kind of Town. This week’s edition looks at three books about London and Howell interviews the authors on their stories. The books are Docklandscape, by Hilary Peters, on her city farming scheme in London’s Docklands; Victor Lucas’s book Tolstoy in London, on the Russian writer’s visit to London and his interest in education; and The A-Z of Elizabethan London, by Adrian Proctor and Robert Taylor. Studio engineer Don Shanahan, studio producer Bavin Cook. (Books published end of 1979 - suggests transmission year for programme of 1979/1980?)
Keith Howell; Bavin Cook; Hilary Peters; Victor Lucas; Adrian Proctor; Don Shanahan
Books; Authors; London; Docks; Farming; Education; Urban regeneration; Docklands; Schools; Russian (cultural identity); Urban life; Land use; Farms; Lead; Maps; Hilary Peters; Allotments; Soil pollution; Leo Tolstoy; Lectures (teaching method); Manuscript maps; Archaeological maps; Docklandscape; Tolstoy in London; The A-Z of Elizabethan London; Elizabethan period

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