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This article considers location filming for heritage dramas in rural England, focusing on the experiences of the communities that "host" television crews during production. The article specifically examines the filming of the 2009 BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma, for which the historic Kent village, Chilham, doubled as the fictional Highbury. In doing so, it interrogates two central aspects. First, it illuminates some of the practical issues and economic and cultural impact of locationdoi:10.6092/issn.2421-454x/7149 fatcat:pys7yz5vbfe2zfu3tawqbsvbpm