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While the production is staying faithful to 1968 in terms of fashion, politics, cars and music, Cox says the themes explored in Fortunate Son should resonate with modern audiences. I think we seeing those same divisions, those same frictions today in ways that we haven seen since 1968. So I think it a very relevant story today with a lot of common themes.

Jaguar Land Rover worker reveals how she fought carjacker who threw her into hedgeBrave Lisa Turner tried desperately to pull the hooded attacker out of her Audi S1 in StirchleyGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA Jaguar Land Rover worker has described the moment she fought a carjacker on her drive who threw her into a hedge before stealing her car.Brave Lisa Turner tried desperately to pull the hooded attacker out of her blue Audi S1 car who pounced after she parked up at her house in Oakley Road, Stirchley.The robber struck at 6.45pm on Saturday as the Blues fan was about to get out of her car with food she had just bought from KFC.The thug, wearing a black puffer jacket, a hoodie, face mask and dark trousers, dragged her out of her vehicle before throwing her into a hedge.Woman driver thrown into a hedge by carjacker in StirchleyBattling Lisa fought back, running back to her vehicle and trying desperately to drag the attacker out of her car.But he drove off and was followed by what was believed to be a red Peugeot vehicle, being driven by an accomplice.The carjacker escaped in this car do you know its whereabout?She added: “I ran back to my car and tried to drag him out but he was too strong and he drove off.”My neighbour saw what happened and said there was a second man with him who was also trying to get through the passenger side.”He drove off in what he believed was a red Peugeot car which followed my car.”Police hunting teen gangs behind Birmingham carjacking Lisa said she was left with bruising to her arms but other than that had received no other injuries. She added: “It really was terrifying, but fortunately I wasn’t badly hurt. But it has left me very shaken and I am still trying to come to terms with what happened.”Her car, a 16 plate, has the registration number H20 LHT and police are appealing for information in a bid to locate the vehicle and the men responsible for the carjacking.A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: “Police were alerted to a robbery where a car was stolen in Stirchley on Saturday.”It is understood the woman was parking her car on Oakley Road at around 6.45pm when someone pulled her out of the driver’s seat and pushed her to the floor.”The suspect made off in the stolen blue Audi S1.