Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain

Series 1
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Series 1, Episode 6 - Victorian Splendour

4.0 2 x
Fred Dibnah explores his passion for 19th-century buildings, concentrating on Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire and St Giles's Church in Cheadle.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 5 - Building the Canals

3.0 1 x
Fred Dibnah explores the work of the builders and engineers responsible for the waterways of Britain, visiting the Leeds-Liverpool and Bridgewater canals.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 6 - Victorian Splendour

4.0 4 x
Fred Dibnah explores his passion for 19th-century buildings, concentrating on Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire and St Giles's Church in Cheadle.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 5 - Building the Canals

3.0 3 x
Fred Dibnah explores the work of the builders and engineers responsible for the waterways of Britain, visiting the Leeds-Liverpool and Bridgewater canals.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Scottish Style

4.0 2 x
Fred Dibnah demonstrates the engineering and design skills that shaped Scottish baronial style, visiting buildings of note such as Glamis Castle and the House of Dun.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 3 - The Age of the Carpenter

4.0 3 x
Fred Dibnah looks at structures from the Middle Ages, visiting England's oldest fortified building with a moat, Stokesay Castle.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Scottish Style

3.0 1 x
Fred Dibnah demonstrates the engineering and design skills that shaped Scottish baronial style, visiting buildings of note such as Glamis Castle and the House of Dun.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 3 - The Age of the Carpenter

4.0 3 x
Fred Dibnah looks at structures from the Middle Ages, visiting England's oldest fortified building with a moat, Stokesay Castle.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 2 - The Art of Castle Building

3.0 3 x
Fred Dibnah tours the coast of north Wales to admire the defensive features and architecture of the castles that helped Edward I subdue the rebellious Welsh.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 1 - Mighty Cathedrals

4.0 4 x
Fred Dibnah uncovers the construction techniques of stonemasons, engineers and carpenters through the ages, focusing on Norman cathedrals.
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