AHRC research features on BBC Radio 4
Ben Rogaly, is an AHRC-funded, Connected Communities Fellow. His research project ‘Places for All? A multimedia Investigation of an English City’ will feature this afternoon on the BBC Radio 4 programme, Thinking Allowed. Ben has been invited on as respondent to Kendra Strauss from Cambridge who will be talking about her work on gang labour.
‘Places for All? A multimedia Investigation of an English City’ is a research project t has been seeking to explore Peterborough residents' stories through words, photographs, film and theatre. It forms part of the Royal Society of Arts' Citizen Power in Peterborough Programme.
Places for All? explores the multiple and diverse place attachments and work and migration histories of people of all ethnic backgrounds, from people born in the city to those who arrived very recently.
Oral history and residential fieldwork are at the heart of the research, which draws on the stories of over one hundred people.
For more information, you can visit the project website by clicking on the following link: http://placesforall.co.uk/.
Thinking Allowed is broadcast on BBC Radio 4 today, Thursday 27 March, at 4pm.Return to news list