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  1. Great Exhibition, The: An Exercise in Industry (1987 Video)

    Producer
    Tony Coe
    Subject
    History; Sociology
    Distribution
    Off-air recording licence Sale, Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 25 min., 1998 sale: £120.00 (+VAT +p&p) pair

    Follows the complex circumstances under which the Crystal Palace was designed by Joseph Paxton, using models at the Museum of London and identical old iron castings from Oxford station, and drawings...

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  2. Cystal Palace fire (1983)

    Genre
    News report

    An archive report on the Crystal Palace Fire (30/11/36). Male reporter not identified. Sound is in mono. Possibly aired as Crystal Palace Foundation reveal plans for development and restoration.

    LBC IRN LBC IRN Radio Radio Online Online Audio Audio
  3. Crystal Palace restoration (1983)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Chairman of the Crystal Palace Foundation, Barrie McKay, about his plan to conserve and restore the remains of the Palace, destroyed in a fire in 1936. Male interviewer not identified.

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  4. Crystal Palace development (1991)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Report on the history, architecture and future of Crystal Palace, in Hyde Park, London as commercial redevelopment is planned of the ruined building. Includes interviews with Crystal Palace Foundation...

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  5. Handel’s ‘Messiah’ (1986 Video)

    Producer
    Tony Coe
    Subject
    Music
    Distribution
    Off-air recording licence Sale, Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 25 min., 1998 sale: £85.00 (+VAT +p&p)

    In the mid-to-late 19th century, Handel’s ‘Messiah’ was adopted and inflated by the Victorians into a series of epic concerts at the Crystal Palace. But how did the original treatment and the modern...

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