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At At Ease with the Georgians

Account Documentary hosted by Amanda Vickery, published by BBC in 2011 - English narration


At At Ease with the Georgians
Receipts engaging creator Professor Amanda Vickery sets her sights on the gifted age of homemaking — the Georgian era. Through effective reconstruction she traces the tidings of the one and only relationship Britons take advantage of with their homes, arguing that the Georgians« preoccupation with decor helped to redefine the region played by men and women in British company. Characters from all walks of autobiography including gentlewomen in their awesome mansions and servants with only a locking box to visit their own, are brought to autobiography as Amanda reveals the artefacts, letters and diaries of the age where the today»s inkling of a «home» was born.

1) A Mans Go Up In The World
In this three-region series, historian Amanda Vickery explores how the considerable British fixed idea with our homes began 300 years ago. Using the personal diaries and letters of Georgian men and women, at one beat disoriented to account, she explores how the yearning for a at ease revolutionised relationships between men and women. She uncovers some surprising truths: about the lives of spinsters and bachelors; about how the at ease became major to the sensation or otherwise of a marriage; and, perhaps the biggest dumbfound of all, that location up at ease in the 18th century was not driven by women (as you might reckon on) but by men.

2) A Womans Set In Motion
The British fixed idea with beautifying our homes is not a new event — it began with a to the fullest extent in the Georgian era. In this second outline of the series historian Amanda Vickery — on a wander from awesome at ease to pauper«s attic — reveals how »taste' became the buzzword of the age 300 years ago and gave women a new loophole for their creativity, raising their eminence in the at ease as a consequence. But with it came new anxieties about getting it right.

3) Appropriate as Houses
In this third region of the series about how the British fixed idea with our homes began 300 years ago, historian Amanda Vickery uses sources, from personal diaries to Old Bailey records, to paint the town red how the 18th century at ease was constantly under portent from lifting, blaze, split, beggary, sickness, old age and termination. Georgian houses may seem like sanctuaries of self-possession politesse to us today, but at the at the same beat they were riotous confused places bursting with extended families, servants and lodgers and threatened by the lawlessness of Georgian streets. How did the Georgians receive their houses havens of aegis and security? How did the Englishman oppugn to receive his at ease his castle?


Mechanical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC
* Video Bitrate: 1579 Kbps
* Video Circumstance Relationship: 1.778:1
* Video Stubbornness: 832x464 (16.9)
* Audio Codec: AC3
* Audio Bitrate: 128 Kbps CBR 48KHz
* Audio Channels: 2
* Run-At The Same Beat: 59mins
* Framerate: 25FPS
* Army of Parts: 3
* Region Appraise: 700 MB
* Beginning: DVD
* Encoded by: Harry65


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