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Location And The Writer, part 21


In ‘Location and the Writer’, Karl Whitney takes us to the Central Motorway area of Newcastle upon Tyne, and Zoë Howe evokes Canvey Island in the Thames Estuary. Karl Whitney recalls the unlovely Central Motorway area of Newcastle upon Tyne, and how he found himself at home there. Zoë Howe takes us to Canvey Island in the Thames Estuary, low-lying outpost of a cockney diaspora.

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