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House Detectives at Large


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Clive's House. In the third of four new programmes from the series exploring the history of stately homes,
Dan Cruickshank , Carenza Lewis and Anna Bennett take up the challenge of saving a ruinous villa four miles outside Calcutta, once home to the legendary Clive of India.
All that remains is a shell of a building that only hints at the structure's past glories. As the team explore further, it emerges that Clive pioneered a form of design that fused classical and Indian architectural styles. However, the significance of Clive's house turns out to be much greater than the team could ever have imagined.
Director Nicky Pattison ; Executive producer Basil Comely


Unknown: Dan Cruickshank
Unknown: Carenza Lewis
Unknown: Anna Bennett
Director: Nicky Pattison

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House Detectives at Large

BBC Two England, 30 March 2002 20.10

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