Dismantling Mantelpieces - The Rules Of English Behaviour (28 Apr 2004)
In the age of central heating, why do we have mantelpieces and what do we put on them? Social Dis-ease, Humour and Eeyorishness- the social anthropologist Kate Fox spent ten years tracking down the traits that define the English. She tells Laurie about queue jumping, eavesdropping and bumping into people in the name of research.
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