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Sunday 6 November 2005 21:30-22:15 (Radio 3)
Just prior to Hurricane Katrina striking the US coast, writer and poet Anthony Walton set off on a car journey from Montgomery in Alabama, the birthplace of the civil rights movement, to Richmond in Virginia, the confederate capital during the Civil War. Walton's aim was to explore and experience the areas that go to make up what is commonly called The South, and the role that history plays in defining the region today.
Sunday Feature pagesThe John Tusa interviews