To help ease you out of the 'Doctor Who' overload from yesterday....
AS SEEN IN:
"The Chatterley Affair"
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Herbert Richard Hoggart (born 24 September 1918) is a British academic and public figure, whose career has covered the fields of sociology, English literature and cultural studies, with a special concern for British popular culture.
"The Uses of Literacy" (1957) is Hoggart's most cited work. Partly autobiography, it was interpreted as lamenting the loss of an authentic popular culture and denouncing the imposition of a mass culture by the culture industries.
Hoggart was an expert witness at the "Lady Chatterley" trial in 1960, and his argument that it was an essentially moral and "puritan" work, which merely repeated words he had heard on a building site on his way to the court, is sometimes viewed as having had a decisive influence on the outcome of the trial.