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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Cruickshank, Dan

City living
"Scours London to examine how the mechanism of industrialization generated urban life as people know it today"--Container.
DVD 6857
Material world
"This program investigates how England's insatiable appetite for tea, cotton, and china fueled that country's industrial revolution. Driven by ingenious inventions such as the Newcomen steam engine, the spinning jenny, and the flying shuttle, mass production took England by storm."--Container.
DVD 7632
On the move
A history of the transportation revolution during England's industrial age.
DVD 7630
War machine
"Examines what happened when some of the brightest minds of the Industrial Revolution applied their skills to the field of battle. Host Dan Cruickshank takes viewers on a tour of military innovation, from camouflage and rifled gun barrels to David Bushnell's ingenious submarine and William Congreve's terrifying war rockets, which brought combat under the waves and into the skies. Some less spectacular but farther-reaching inventions motivated by warfare include wrought iron, interchangeable parts, and the world's first fully mechanized production and assembly line"--Container.
DVD 7631
Working wonders
The story of the innovations and innovators from England's Industrial Revolution who changed the world of work. Discussions include work with waterwheels, thread factories, and the steam engine. Viewers will also witness the birth of the contemporary workplace.
DVD 7629