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Courage / Headlam / Matthews The Archers in Fact and Fiction



Academic Analyses of Life in Rural Borsetshire

neue Ausgabe, 166 Seiten, Gebunden, GB, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 231 mm, Gewicht: 401 g
ISBN: 978-1-78707-119-3
Verlag: Lang, Peter


Courage / Headlam / Matthews The Archers in Fact and Fiction

If you have ever wondered about the ethical implications of Dr Richard Locke’s affair with Shula Hebden Lloyd, or whether the ergonomic design of tractor seats could have prevented Tony Archer from getting a bad back, then this book is for you. Leading academics from across the United Kingdom use storylines from BBC Radio 4’s The Archers to examine life in rural Borsetshire, bringing their academic research to new audiences. Is Lynda Snell a middleclass warrior? Can Rob Titchener be compared to Iago? The irreverent but thought-provoking contributions
will have you laughing and thinking.

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CONTENTS: Cara Courage/Nicola Headlam/Peter Matthews: Introduction to Academic Archers: The Birth of a New Academic Community – Lyn Thomas: The Archers and its Listeners in the Twenty-First Century: Drama, Nostalgia and the Rural Everyday – William Barras: Rural Voices: What Can Borsetshire Tell Us about Accent Change? – Neil Mansfield/Lauren Morgan: Tony Archer the Farmer: The Toll of Life as an Agricultural Worker and Changing Technology in Modern Farming – Abi Pattenden: Seeming, Seeming: Othello, The Archers and Rob Titchener – Helen M. Burrows: An Everyday Story of Dysfunctional Families: Using The Archers in Social Work Education – Carenza Lewis/Clemency Cooper: Dig The Archers: What Community Archaeological Excavations Can Achieve in Places like Ambridge – Philippa Byrne: The Medieval World of The Archers, William Morris and the Problem with Class Struggle – Chris Perkins: Mapping Ambridge – Peter Matthews: Lynda Snell, Class Warrior: Social Class and Community Activism in Rural Borsetshire – Jo Moriarty: The Death of Heather Pritchard: An Everyday Story of Inadequate Social Care – Deborah Bowman: From Dr Locke’s Boundaries to Carol’s Confession: On Medical Ethics in The Archers – Samantha Walton: Cider with Grundy: On the Community Orchard in Ambridge – Katherine Runswick-Cole: The Dis/appearance of Disability in The Archers … or Why Bethany had to go to Birmingham – Nicola Headlam/Cara Courage/Peter Matthews: Conclusion: Academic Archers as a Fine-Detailed, Open, Cross-Disciplinary Space


Matthews, Peter
Cara Courage is an urban arts and placemaking researcher and practitioner.Nicola Headlam is a Knowledge Exchange Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.Peter Matthews is a Senior Lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Stirling.


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