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Churches: How to Read Them

Episode 6: The Victorians and After

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Richard Taylor discovers how medieval imagery made a surprise return to Victorian places of worship and how WWI brought back the commemoration of the dead. Show more

Documentary exploring TV's changing relationship with the British Christmas dinner, from cooks like Fanny Craddock and Nigella Lawson to portrayals in dramas and comedies. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Rachel Boyd
Producer:
Rachel Boyd
Director:
Rachel Boyd
Director:
Rachel Boyd
Executive Producer:
John Moulson
Executive Producer:
John Moulson
Participant:
Rick Stein
Participant:
Rick Stein
Participant:
Ainsley Harriott
Participant:
Ainsley Harriott
Participant:
Prue Leith
Participant:
Prue Leith
Participant:
Jay Rayner
Participant:
Jay Rayner
Participant:
Stefan Gates
Participant:
Stefan Gates
Participant:
Matthew Fort
Participant:
Matthew Fort

imagine...

Winter 2011

Episode 3: Alan Ayckbourn - Greetings from Scarborough

Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes

on BBC Four

Imagine sets out to discover why playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn is so popular, and a chorus of distinguished fans explain why he must be recognised as one of the great dramatists. Show more

Documentary exploring TV's changing relationship with the British Christmas dinner, from cooks like Fanny Craddock and Nigella Lawson to portrayals in dramas and comedies. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Rachel Boyd
Producer:
Rachel Boyd
Director:
Rachel Boyd
Director:
Rachel Boyd
Executive Producer:
John Moulson
Executive Producer:
John Moulson
Participant:
Rick Stein
Participant:
Rick Stein
Participant:
Ainsley Harriott
Participant:
Ainsley Harriott
Participant:
Prue Leith
Participant:
Prue Leith
Participant:
Jay Rayner
Participant:
Jay Rayner
Participant:
Stefan Gates
Participant:
Stefan Gates
Participant:
Matthew Fort
Participant:
Matthew Fort

Churches: How to Read Them

Episode 6: The Victorians and After

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Richard Taylor discovers how medieval imagery made a surprise return to Victorian places of worship and how WWI brought back the commemoration of the dead. Show more

BBC Four

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