Our Place is a radical, hard-hitting new book by acclaimed nature writer Mark Cocker that tackles some of the central issues of our age. Partly a work of environmental history, partly a personal geographical inquiry into our relationship with the rest of life in Britain, it explores key moments in conservation history and explains how our country has come to look as it does.
In conversation with author and friend Terence Blacker he discusses his most difficult and controversial book and describes Norfolk’s unique role in the advancement of all conservation in this country.
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