Walking through hist[o]ry. Series 1
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SummaryIn this four-part series, Tony Robinson embarks on walks through Britain's most historic landscapes in search of the richest stories from Britain's past.
ContentsFrontline Dorset / produced and directed by Michael Wadding
The Birth of industry / produced and directed by Tom Cholmondeley
The Tudor way / produced and directed by Owen Rodd
Battle in the glens.
-- Great Britain.
Historic sites -- Great Britain.
Cities and towns -- Great Britain -- History.
Landscape archaeology -- Great Britain.
Historic buildings -- Great Britain.
Walking -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Description and travel.
Great Britain -- History.
Documentary television programs.
Travelogues (Television programs)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Holland, Ohio :2017
television director, television producer.
Cholmondeley, Tom, television director, television producer.
Rodd, Owen, television director, television producer.
Robinson, Tony, 1946- on-screen presenter.
Hayward, Tom (Cinematographer), director of photography.
Craven-Todd, Mike, director of photography.
Potts, Dave, director of photography.
Sutcliffe, Chris, director of photography.
Goodchild, William, composer.
Wildfire Television, production company.
Channel Four (Great Britain), production company.
Dreamscape Media, publisher.
Presenter, Tony Robinson.
Frontline Dorset: Camera, Tom Hayward ; editors, Duncan Buchanan, Nico Bee, Jo Wal, Pip Heywood ; original music, William Goodchild.
The Birth of industry: Camera, Mike Craven-Todd ; editors, Pip Heywood, Jo Wall ; original music, William Goodchild.
The Tudor way: Camera, Dave Potts ; editor, Jo Wall ; original music, William Goodchild.
Battle in the glens: Camera, Chris Sutcliffe ; editor, Nico Bee ; original music, William Goodchild.
The letter "o" in the word "history" in the title is represented by a place marker symbol.
Program content: ©2012.
DVD-R (might not be compatible with all players); NTSC; widescreen presentation.
1 videodisc (190 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.