Audio slideshow: On the estate

The Aylesbury council estate in south London is where Tony Blair, when Labour came to power in 1997, pledged to defeat poverty and social exclusion.

As Radio 4's Analysis programme considers the future of social housing in the UK, take a rainy day tour with Tamsie Thomson from the Royal Institute of British Architects - who has made an in depth study of the estate.

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Music: Lux Eterna composed by Oliver Vessey.
Photography by Mark Savage. Archive material courtesy Getty Images.
Slideshow by Paul Kerley.
Publication date 26 February 2009.


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This edition of Analysis will be broadcast on Radio 4 at 2030 on Thursday 26 February.
It will then be available for 7 days on the BBC iPlayer.

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