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Alec Clifton-Taylor's English Towns


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Beverley, North Humberside 'From the train it looks as if the railway is going to run straight through the transept, but at the last moment it swerves to the right, and, thank goodness, the second finest non-cathedral church in England remains intact.
Alec Clifton-Taylor visits this little-known town just north of the Humber, 'in what I still continue to call the East
Riding of Yorkshire.' Its prize possession is the wonderful medieval Minster church built of Tadcaster limestone, but there are also some fine Georgian brick houses with elegant staircases and cornices and some excellent stucco.
Film sound BOB ROBERTS


Unknown: Alec Clifton-Taylor
Unknown: Bob Roberts
Producer: Denis Moriarty

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Alec Clifton-Taylor's English Towns

BBC Two England, 8 August 1985 21.25

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