BBC Hamlet with Nicholas Crane 3of4 Perth x264 AAC HDTV

Township (BBC)

Sociopolitical Documentary hosted by Nicholas Crane, published by BBC in 2011 - English narration


We stay in one of the most urbanised countries on Blue Planet. By 2030 a staggering 92 percent of us will be living the urban memoirs. Choked cities straddle across our map, but they are not the only way to stay. This series celebrates the forgotten fantastic of the township, smaller than a township, more penetrating, more surprising.

1) Ludlow
An English call township on the Welsh verge upon, Ludlow is chagrined, landlocked and ancient. Yet it has more listed buildings than anywhere else its vastness in Britain; not one, but two Michelin-starred restaurants; and a fairytale palace which was once the leading of Wales. Geographer and scoundrel Nicholas Crane discovers how such a cut-off township came to be wall-to-wall with so many treasures, and asks whether it really is as spot on as it first appears.

2) Scarborough
A Yorkshire coastal township, Scarborough has had more ups and downs than a calender-coaster. It once had the biggest fish blonde in Western Europe, it was a peerless strength spa and holidaymakers flocked to Britain's first seaside repair to. Geographer and scoundrel Nicholas Crane finds out what has happened to the township since its heyday and whether our fondness for transalpine holidays has left side this seaport extravagant and dry.

3) Perth
The gateway to the Scottish highlands, Perth is a township wall-to-wall with record. It has been a noblewoman burgh since 1124, has survived a regicide within its walls and rebuilt itself after bitter floods. It is also a township that wants to be a township, and geographer and scoundrel Nicholas Crane is on a trek to assign out why, what benefits that brings, and what the township has to do to gain its ambition.

4) Totnes
A Saxon river township in South Devon, Totnes is one of the UK's oldest towns. It has seen durable times through its hunger record, but adversity has taught it to innovate. Nicholas Crane visits the homewards of one of the greatest communal experiments of the 20th century, and uncovers the examination bed for an enthusiastic new stance that aims to swop our urban memoirs forever.


Complicated Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC
* Video Bitrate: 4000 Kbps
* Video Point Of View Proportion: 1.777:1
* Video Obstinacy: 1280x720
* Audio Codec: AAC
* Audio Bitrate: 128 Kbps ABR 48KHz
* Audio Channels: 2
* Run-Outmoded: 59mins
* Framerate: 25FPS
* Crowd of Parts: 4
* Separate Vastness: 1.69 GB
* Outset: HDTV


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