Frederic Raphael recalls living in Greece in the early 1960s, when the country was undisturbed by mass tourism. Echoes of the classical world rub up against post-civil war division.
Oscar-winning screen writer Frederic Raphael reads the final essay in his new series about living abroad across Europe, this time in Greece.
It's the early 1960s, and the country is as yet undisturbed by mass tourism. As Raphael travels to a remote island, echoes of the classical world rub up against the realities of post civil war division, and a village life which has barely changed for centuries.
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