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Writer Madeleine Bunting begins a new series examining the many dimensions of what we call home, from an Iron Age hut to the home button on our smartphones.

The writer and journalist Madeleine Bunting begins a new series some of the physical, social and emotional dimensions of what we call home. In this edition, she reflects on the huge changes that have been unfolding in the meaning of ‘home’ in recent years – exemplified by an Iron Age hut in the Hebrides and the little house with the pointy roof that indicates ‘home’ on computer screens.

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Mon 9 Mar 2020 22:45

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