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Six More English Towns


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A Pattern of Building
Written and presented by Alec Clifton-Taylor 4: Lewes, Sussex
' You'll forgive my chronic lack of. expertise ,sighs Alec Clifton -
Taylor as he nails a brick tile to a atten, /but this is the much discussed " mathematical " tile, oddly named but the specfality here. It comes in different colour red, white and black, It looks like a brick but isn't and was designed in the Georgian period to gi ve »-old: tirnher-fraiiwd vbuildinfes "--the fashionable brick look.'
Lewes, with its castle and fine houses spilling down the hill, is built mainly of flint-from the chalk downs. In addition,there is tile and brick to provide, says Alec Clifton-Taylor , an incomparable legacy in a magnificent Downland setting'.
Executive producer BRUCE NORMAN Producer
Book (same title) to be published 29 October, £10.95 from retailers


Presented By: Alec Clifton-Taylor
Unknown: Alec Clifton
Unknown: Alec Clifton-Taylor
Unknown: Henry Farrar
Editor: Michael Goldsmith
Producer: Bruce Norman
Producer: Denis Moriarty

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Six More English Towns

BBC Two England, 6 October 1981 19.50

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