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More Industrial Revelations

Premier :: 2005-01-10

on Discovery

Genre :: Documentary

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You may know him from the Fast Show as one of the "Suits You Sir" fellas and (my favourite) the character who "This week has mostly been eating... armadillos". He really brings the subject to life, and would definitely be something to look forward to for kids who have boring history teachers. The first series charted the progress of the Industrial Revolution from water wheels, canals, iron bridges, right up to the invention of the steam train and the creation of our railway networks. This second series looks at specific inventions, technologies and their impact. If it is anywhere near as good as the first series, it will be well worth watching. I think that tonight's episodes are about hats and beer. Which is nice.

Latest Episode

Series 1 - Episode 10 - Machine Tools
Aired - 14 March 2005

Episode summary:

Mark Williams learns about Joseph Whitworth, the man who standardised the threaded screw. Plus, the total cost of wood required to build HMS Victory

Watch Episodes Online - Episode Guide

+ Series 1

+ Episode - 10 Machine Tools Aired - 14 March 2005
+ Episode - 9 Cutting it Fine Aired - 07 March 2005
+ Episode - 8 Heavy Metals Aired - 28 February 2005
+ Episode - 7 Bright Sparks Aired - 21 February 2005
+ Episode - 5 Under Pressure Aired - 07 February 2005
+ Episode - 4 Print and Paper Aired - 31 January 2005
+ Episode - 3 Gas on Wheels Aired - 24 January 2005
+ Episode - 2 What to Wear Aired - 17 January 2005
+ Episode - 1 Bread and Beer Aired - 10 January 2005

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