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From Luton Streets to Jersey Shores

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For most Americans, New Jersey was the "stinking state - the most densely populated and worst polluted state in the USA. But for one Luton teenager listening to the music of Bruce Springsteen , it became impossibly glamorous. Twenty years on, writer Sarfraz Manzoor makes the pilgrimage to New Jersey, using Springsteen's lyrics as his guide, to discover the landscape of his youthful imagination. There he finds that, after decades of being the butt of so many jokes, the "Garden State" is reinventing itself by capitalising on the mythology Springsteen has created. Producer Mohit Bakaya

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Unknown: Bruce Springsteen
Unknown: Sarfraz Manzoor
Producer: Mohit Bakaya

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From Luton Streets to Jersey Shores

BBC Radio 4 FM, 9 July 2005 10.30






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