Craig Taylor visits Akenfield, the English village made famous by Ronald Blythe's classic book to review how life has changed there after 35 years. The result is a panoramic and revealing portrait of rural English society at a time of great change.
Craig Taylor is a journalist and playwright. He writes the 'We Love Each Other' column for the Guardian and has written for McSweeney's and the New York Times Magazine. Some of his 'One Million Tiny Plays about London' have been staged at the Hampstead Theatre. Originally from Canada, he lives in London.