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In Britain during the 1920s, a flamboyant group of youth threw never-ending scandalous parties and acted like dancers stepping ever closer to a precipice’s edge. This glittering group of the wild and carefree included such luminaries as Cecil Beaton and Evelyn Waugh. But their way of life would soon be over as Britain stumbled into a serious economic crisis as the war with Germany loomed. Tune in tonight when we talk with literary critic and author D.J. TAYLOR about his marvelous history BRIGHT YOUNG PEOPLE: THE LOST GENERATION OF LONDON’S JAZZ AGE.