Made in the Midlands
Adrian Goldberg interviews famous Midlanders asking what part the region played in their success.
Made in the Midlands is a podcast which investigates the cultural foundations of the UK’s most populous region. More than ten million people call middle England their home yet it’s a part of Britain which often seems little understood by our fellow Brits. Northerners are sure we’re southerners. Southerners are equally sure we’re northerners.
Made in the Midlands is a chance to set the record straight and to increase awareness of the talent the region has produced. In each episode Adrian asks his guests what part the region played in their success. Who are the important people, where are the important places that helped them on their way? And how can the Midlands get greater recognition for its achievements?
Made in the Midlands is proudly produced by Midlanders who are part of the award-winning team at Loftus Media.
With thanks to our sponsors Coventry UK City of Culture and Newark Book Festival.
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