Writer and poet Ruth Padel explores how our attitudes to the fox have been changed and developed through history, science and literature.
In the last of her series of Essays considering our responses to creatures in the British landscape, the poet and writer Ruth Padel turns her attention to the fox. Drawing on a range of literary and historical examples, she charts the way in which our attitudes to it have changed and developed through the centuries and she asks what it means to us now.
Producer: Emma Kingsley.
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