Dan Cruickshank & the Family That Built Gothic Britain (2014)
1h · Documentary, History · 21 October 2014
Documents the works of three generations of Gothic architects Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878), George Gilbert Scott Jr (1839-1897) and Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (1880-1960). Between them they designed the Chapel of Exeter College, Oxford; the Albert Memorial; the Foreign & Commonwealth Office; Midland Grand Hotel, St Pancras Station; the churches of All Hallows, Southwark, St Agnes, Kennington, and St Mary Magdalene, East Moors, North Yorkshire; the Avenues district of Hull; St John the Baptist (Catholic) Cathedral, Norwich; Liverpool (Anglican) Cathedral; Battersea Power Station; Waterloo Bridge; Bankside Power Station which is now the Tate Modern Gallery; and the iconic K2 and K6 red telephone boxes.
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