EP046 A TOUCH OF CLASS
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The essential guide to the Victorian class system. There was more to being middle class than drinking tea, and the working class weren’t all up the Chimney. From the well dressed footman, to the Haymarket prostitute, to the pie seller, and duke. All of Victorian life is here.
- This episode covers.
- A discussion of what is Class.
- A tiny bit of Marx.
- Life at the top.
- I say, those young people today, they are frightfully uptight.
- We are a most humble Queen.
- Prince Albert knows his place, and he doesn’t like it.
- The Spencers.
- The middle class – super stars and clubs.
- The middle class – the rest.
- The vibrant skilled working class and their poets.
- Upstairs, Downstairs.
- Beaulieu; all hands to the pumps.
- The desperate poor on the scrap heap.
- Anglo Indians, and the native Indian Aristocracy.
- Minorities and the oppressed.
- The great north south divide.
- North & South; Gaskell and industrialists.
- The outsiders; Superstars and the Out of Place.
- “This Green and Pleasant Land”.
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