The Last Days Of Detroit

For more than half a century, Detroit has been the epitome of a failed post-industrial city. Binelli, who grew up in the Detroit suburbs, questions whether the city has a future…

First Broadcast:

Monday - Friday, 11th-15th March 2013 at 09:45 on BBC Radio 4

Production Credits:

Writer: Mark Binelli
Abridger: Pete Nichols
Reader: John Schwab
Broadcast Assistant: Kathy Caton
Sound Engineer: David Thomas
Producer: Karen Rose
Music: Panic In Detroit by David Bowie, Proud Of A Baby Like You by Bix Beiderbecke/Jean Goldkette Orchestra, The Motor City Is Burning by John Lee Hooker, Don’t Stop Believing by Jonathan Cain/Steve Perry/Neal Schon & performed by Journey, How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You by Holland Dozier and Holland & performed by Marvin Gaye, Psychedelic Shack by NormanWhitfield/Barrett Strong & performed by Temptations, Shotgun by Junior Walker and the All Stars, Stay In School by Jimmy Clark & performed by Brenda Holloway & Get Ready by Smokey Robinson & performed by Temptations

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