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How Britain fell in love with cars

From Wind in the Willows to Wodehouse, cars captured the imagination

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the slow development of British roads and automobiles in the 20th Century, the gradual increase in affordability, and how films and literature magnified the romance of the motor car.

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