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Viking / Penguin Books, London - first edition, 2000. Hardcover, 9¾" x 6¼", with dust jacket. An unexplainable, small library sticker to rear endpaper. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Dark-blue cloth-bound boards with silver title to spine. Fergal Keane, celebrated BBC foreign correspondent, toured to the very fringes of the United Kingdom on the verge of the New Millennium. He listened to the small voices lost in the bigger picture (the tenant farmers, the young heroin addict, etc. etc) and reports unflinchingly on the courage and lack of self-pity he encountered. This is a compelling account, sometimes shocking, which accompanied the BBC series 'Forgotten Britain'.