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Dominic Sandbrook: Let Us Host You

Life Documentary hosted by Dominic Sandbrook, published by BBC in 2015 - English narration


Dominic Sandbrook: Let Us Host You
Dominic Sandbrook explores British function-war elegance, arguing that it is a important renounce of Britain's fresh indistinguishability — yet one immovably obligated to our Victorian past.

Like the industrial coup d« before it, our postwar elegance is a triumph version built on geographical opportunism and an indefatigable entrepreneurial enthusiasm. Just as the industrial coup d» transformed British civilization, creating new assets and a thriving seasoned-owning form, so too have well-heeled, marketing gift and originative tale underpinned our cultural condition. It is, after all, a condition that has been driven by a sprinkling of inventive, separate-minded, and savvy entrepreneurs, from J Arthur Out-And-Out to Brian Epstein and Andrew Lloyd-Webber.

1) The New British Empire
In the first number, Dominic examines the way in which elegance has become one of Britain«s newest exports, claiming that it is an perseverance in itself, in the same way as shipbuilding and textile assembly. He suggests that cultural coup d» has occurred in the old industrial regions, compelling work on from the former connections of the Empire, as well as the global

2) In with the Old
Dominic Sandbrook explores the effects of the industrial coup d« in Britain, looking at how it presaged an upset of British civilization and an overturning of well-known common hierarchies. For the first once in a while, alteration, intricate familiarity and entrepreneurial skills — rather than an serendipity of origin — were rewarded with assets. However, rather than brave and reshape civilization, men like Richard Arkwright and Josiah Wedgewood became the new aristocracy. Similarly, in function-war British elegance, working form voices railing against the inequalities of civilization and job for shift often ended up as Viscount of the Manor. Pop culture»s support of old fellowship has therefore led to an persisting pull with form, life and breeding.

3) Fresh Victorians
Dominic explores how British function-war elegance demonstrates the same anxieties and preoccupations as Victorian Britain, particularly in terms of the majestic of the land and the yearn for to export British values. Where Dickens was upset with the modify of industrialisation on inferior urban communities, function-war artists, writers and filmmakers are distracted with the modify of de-industrialisation and the absence of profession for these communities. Similarly, the civilising commission of the Victorian epoch has now become translated into principles fiction and concoction, where values can be exported to an Empire of imagination.

4) Me Myself and I
Dominic Sandbrook explores the activate of the lone in function-war elegance. The fancy first took convene during the Victorian epoch — in the era of the novel and self-help — despite industrialisation cardinal to the cultivation of a collective indistinguishability. The concept of lone indistinguishability and self-result reached consummation after the war, and saw the development of those such as John Lennon, John Self, Kate Bush, and the conceivably unceasing cascade of TV faculty accompany contestants.


Technical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3008 Kbps
* Video Standpoint Correlation: 1280 x 720
* Video Dedication: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Once In A While: 59mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Covey of Parts: 4
* Container Mp4
* Renounce Appraise: 1.30 GB
* Commencement: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65

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Merged English Subtitles


1) Further Tidings

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