Melvyn Bragg on why he thinks culture has replaced class
Poor Melvyn. Even I feel a bit sorry for him. And I'm the one needling him. We're juggling teacups and Victoria sponge cakes and all the trappings of civilised gentility, but while it's all smooth and untroubled above the sofa, below it's another matter: he's paddling his feet so violently, I slightly fear for the carpet.