Last Night of the Proms: Using Twitter to gauge the controversy

This week Tayo talks to Chris about the research he undertook to see what people thought of Errollyn Wallen's new arrangement of the classic hymn Jerusalem by Sir Hubert Parry.

Spoiler: people weren't happy. 

They then discuss the wider history of the Proms, its colonial roots, and obviously Brexit comes up too! 

You can read Chris' article 'I used Twitter’s API to find out what people thought of LNOP’s new Jerusalem' over on Voice.

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