Northern Civic Architecture (1×60′) – Architectural historian Dr Jonathan Foyle explores the Georgian and Victorian civic buildings of the north of England in Northern Civic Architecture.
From 18th-century stone built public buildings embodying local pride and social conscience, to the innovative municipal structures of the 19th century, Foyle reveals remarkable buildings that have left an indelible mark on the architectural aesthetic of the north of England.
Northern Civic Architecture is part of a season celebrating the culture, history, life and architecture of northern England.
Producer: BBC Productions, Scotland
TX: Autumn 2010 / Winter 2011
Source: BBC Press Office