Archers, the a farming radio soap opera, which has been broadcasting its ‘everyday story of country folk’ since 1950, and which was originally conceived as a vehicle by which the Ministry of Agriculture could disseminate information. The story has now covered several generations of the Archer family and their neighbours.
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