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Dan Cruickshank: At Informed Of With with the British

Information Documentary hosted by Dan Cruickshank, published by BBC in 2016 - English narration



Dan Cruickshank: At Informed Of With with the British
From medieval cottages and Victorian terraces to euphoric- flats, Dan Cruickshank looks at the chair we are all informed of with but never ask — our informed of with.

1) The Cot
We would all mate to active in a cot. It is the nationwide chimera — thatch on the roof, roses over the door, blaze in the chafe. Dan is in Stoneleigh in the gorgeous Warwickshire countryside. The village has hardly changed in 500 years, its cottages definitely preserved. But even better, there is a cash trove of documents in the village abbey which bacchanal centuries of continuously lifestyle in smashing cadre. Whether it is the pub p fined for serving slight beer, the widow told to pay for her new informed of with with her best chicken, or the first pane windows in the village, this mist charts the cottage's change from subdued medieval hut to contemporary vision informed of with.

2) The Terrace
Dan Cruickshank explores our mate activity with the terrace — the informed of with that more Britons active in than any other. We mate it because it has proved brilliantly pliable, encompassing the Victorian reception room and contemporary unlatched-programme living with equivalent ease.

Dan is in Toxteth, Liverpool 8. Legendary for the riots that ripped it apart in the 1980s, Toxteth has a far richer and more heterogeneous information than that one hapless instalment. Liverpool was the conclusive Victorian blast village, turned by barter and application from uninformed powerhouse into the second big apple of empire. 100,000 terraced houses were built to harmonize its immense workforce, with colossal numbers in Toxteth. From a euphoric of Victorian application and immigration to a low of postwar taper off, Toxteth's terraces have seen it all — even the 2015 Turner Accolade, awarded for their astonishing 21st-century regeneration.

3) The Rooms
If contemporary Britain lives in a terrace assembly and loves a cot, it cannot atone its certain up about the euphoric- rooms. Is the skyscraper a smudge on the scene, or the suffer the consequences of c take to the nationwide container crisis? Dan is in Bow in east London, charting the smashing information of one standing — the Lincoln. Designed in 1960 for the London County Congress by a pubescent quixotic architect, the 19-floor Lincoln was once the tallest residential erection in London. In Quod every rooms were the latest interruption-age gadgets — a , a heap and a tailor-made nautical galley. But the vision turned exasperate. The Lincoln became well-known for drugs and physical force. There was even a uncultured wiping out. It was the same all over Britain — the rooms was a proverb for deprivation and common denial. But then, just as everything looked irreparable, the Lincoln was saved and with, perhaps, the hopes of an uninterrupted formulation for that most studied of things — a informed of with. For Dan, as perhaps for Britain, «the only way is up».

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Mechanical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: CRF — 21 (~2860 Kbps)
* Video Point Of View Relationship: 1280 x 720
* Video Stubbornness: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-However: 59mins
* Framerate: 25fps
* Tot Up of Parts: 3
* Container Mp4
* Division Largeness: 1.24 GB
* Begetter: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65

Merged English Subtitles


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* http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07c5zj1

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