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Fred Dibnah's Industrial Age


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A series celebrating Britain's industrial heritage.
Mining. Fred Dibnah explores how tin, slate, lead and coal were extracted from the ground. His adventures include drivinga windingengine at an old Cornish tin mine, inspecting a pit shaft in South Wales while strapped to the top of a lift cage and visiting a coal face in west Yorkshire.
Producer David Hall ; Executive producers Mike Greenwood and Paddy McCreanor
Digital widescreen FURTHER INFORMATION: fordetailsof industrial heritage sites, telephone
[number removed] (calls cost a maximum of lOp); for a poster pack, send a cheque for £3, payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/dibnah


Unknown: Fred Dibnah
Producer: David Hall
Producers: Mike Greenwood
Unknown: Fred Dibnah.

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Fred Dibnah's Industrial Age

BBC Two England, 11 March 1999 20.00

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