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Travels with Pevsner


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Travel and architecture series in which guest presenters explore counties in the footsteps of guidebook writer Nikolaus Pevsner.
Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Writer Philip Hoare , who was born in the Southampton suburb of Sholing, revisits the county where he spent his formative years. Hisjourney begins in the docks area of Southampton, where buildings such as South Western House-reconstructed forthe feature film Titanic -ensurethe dockside retains the nautical atmosphere of a bygone era.
Other stopping-off points include the Royal Victoria
Hospital in Netley, where Hoare discovers powerful memories of the First World War, and Winchester Cathedral. Hoare's journey conti nues on the Isle of Wight, where he looks around Osbome House, designed as a holiday home forQueen Victoria. Producer Adam Low ; Executive producer
Keith Alexander BBC BOOKLET: send a cheque for f 4.99, payable to BBC Education Production, to [address removed]


Unknown: Nikolaus Pevsner.
Unknown: Philip Hoare
Producer: Adam Low
Producer: Keith Alexander

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