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Industrial Countryside, The

Synopsis
Surviving buildings indicate that wealth-creating activities in the countryside were as often industrial as as agricultural. This programme looks at industrial and agricultural building in France, Scotland and Ireland - buildings that provide evidence of grain-milling and linen production in Brittany, wine-making in the Loire Valley, and brewing and stock-raising in Scotland and Ulster.
Series
Princes and Peoples: France and the British Isles 1620-1714, Course A220
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 24 min.
Year of production
1994
Availability
Off-air recording licence
Sale; 1998 sale: £145.00 (+VAT +p&p)
Subjects
Archaeology; Architecture
Keywords
agricultural buildings; buildings; France; history of Europe; history of the 17th century; industrial archaeology; Northern Ireland; Scotland

Credits

Producer
Nick Levinson
Cast
Anne Laurence 

Production Company

Name

BBC Open University Productions

Distributor

Name

Open University Worldwide

Web
http://www.ouw.co.uk External site opens in new window
Phone
+44 (0) 1908 274066
Address
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
MK7 6AA
Notes
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