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7. Reading a church: This programme looks at church architecture and furnishings in France and the British isles. -- 8. Urban buildings: This section explores buildings in Stirling, Youghal and -- 9. Institutions for the poor: This section looks at Cowane's almshouses, Southwell's gifthouses, Hungerford's Almshouses and La salpetriere. -- 10. Domestic building and family life: This section looks at Llanerch-y-cawr in wales, Maison Cornec in Brittany, Woodhouses Bastle and Washington Old Hall -- 11. Alternative courts: This section looks at the alternative courts of Versailles, vaux le Vicomte, Holyrood Palace and Kellie Castle's history. -- 12. Buildings in France and the British Isles: this section looks at Versailles, Hampton Court and Kilmainham. -- 13. Defending the borders: This programme uses Gravelines in France as a detailed example. -- 14. Images of monarchy
Metadata describing this Open University video programme
Module code and title: A220, "Princes and peoples: France and the British Isles, 1620-1714"
Item code: A220; VCRB
First transmission date: 1995
Published: 1995
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Duration: 01:59:48
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Producer: Nick Levinson
Contributors: Clive Emsley; Anne Laurence; A.(Antony) Lentin; Bill Purdue
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Architecture; Buildings; Churches; Defence; Monarchy; Poverty; Royal Courts; Urban
Master spool number: DOU7836
Production number: FOUA418H
Videofinder number: 5142
Available to public: no