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In the mid-1950s, Birmingham’s City Engineer Herbert Manzoni embarked on an ambitious building project, along with his team of architects and builders, by redesigning and transforming the city centre into a modern metropolis. This film features compilations of archive footage made by the city’s Public Works Department, as well as regional news reports, with insight provided by Birmingham historian Carl Chinn. The DVD is arranged into the following sections: Prologue; Birmingham as it was; Housing Problems; The Inner Ring Road; The Bullring; New Plans, Old Plans; Greening the Neighbourhoods; High-Rise Headaches; New Directions.
A programme of archive film capturing the history of LGBT lives, cultures and communities in 20th century Britain.
14+ years 84 mins
Archive documentary celebrating the legacy of Nottingham’s cultural and industrial history.
11+ years 165 mins
Programme of archive film spanning 1901 to 1985 exploring the history of black Britain throughout the 20th century.
11+ years 91 mins
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