The last 18 months have seen much change in the global political landscape, with deep-held feelings of unease and unfairness manifesting in results surprising to the establishment.
How has this gulf arisen? Why is there a gap between ordinary people and those at the top of politics, business and academia? Can we see this gap in other areas of our culture?
Jeremy Vine, one of the BBC's best known and best loved presenters, explored these questions and more, drawing on his broad experience in broadcast. Jeremy has worked as a journalist and presenter for the BBC for 30 years across a wide spectrum of programmes, from the Today programme on Radio 4, to presenting his own show on Radio 2 and, of course, his successful stint as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing. He is ideally placed to comment on this ever-growing topic.