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The Architect of Civic Pride

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The Story of Cuthbert Brodrick (1822-1905)
Presented by Patrick Nuttgens
In 1853 an event took place which was to affect the appearance and style of every great industrial city. Cuthbert Brodrick , a young Yorkshire architect, won the competition for that most splendid of municipal palaces, Leeds Town Hall. It was a turning point in architectural and civic style, dramatic in its impact, worldwide in its effect.
Taking part: Dr Derek Linstrum Sir John Betjeman and Asa Briggs
Film editor MARTIN WINTERTON Producer JOHN GRAHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Cuthbert Brodrick
Presented By: Patrick Nuttgens
Unknown: Cuthbert Brodrick
Unknown: Dr Derek Linstrum
Unknown: Sir John Betjeman
Editor: Martin Winterton
Producer: John Graham

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The Architect of Civic Pride

BBC One London, 4 May 1984 14.00






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