Alan Dein presents documentaries about modern Britain. BBC Radio 4’s critically acclaimed…
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Alan Dein visits a Hastings allotment and finds that a plot of land means a lot more to people than a place to grow vegetables. He joins various allotmenteers as they tend their plot and hears how differently they use it. A young family have created a haven where the children learn about nature; a teacher who tended the land as a means of combatting depression and two friends meet under a full moon to await the wild original inhabitants of the allotment.
Produced by Sarah Bowen and Neil McCarthy.
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