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BBC Radio 4
On the centenary of the death of Octavia Hill, Tristram Hunt presents a programme that powerfully connects her to the present. He focuses on the passionate campaign for which she is best known - the need for people, especially city dwellers, to experience Nature and green spaces. Now, as the National Trust highlights our own dangerous disengagement from Nature, new initiatives are underway that directly echo Octavia's work 100 years ago.
13th August 2012