Playing tracks by
The Jam and Lily Allen.
In Place 3: Solid Breakfasts and Gloomy Sundays, Smoky Towns and Winding Roads, Green Fields and Red Pillar-Boxes. In Place explores how places make us feel, and how in turn we are able to speak back to them through our words and music. In the third in the series Colin Riley explores the idea of a homeland; how we view our culture, our traditions, and our sense of being British. Dipping between a kaleidoscope of musical sounds, including tracks from the album ‘In Place’ he discusses this theme in conversation with former Young Poet Laureate for London Selina Nwulu and the BBC’s poet in residence Daljit Nagra. Visit http://inplaceproject.co.uk for more information.