Sweat And Inspiration

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19930516]

Five engineering feats from the 19th century.

1: The Lighthouse

Civil engineer Dr Mark Raiss tells the extraordinary story of the construction of Robert Stevenson 's Bell Rock lighthouse, 12 miles off the coast of Scotland.

Other parts played by Philip Anthony , John Baddeley , John Fleming and James Telfer Compiled and written by Martin Worth

Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930516]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Unknown: Robert Stevenson

Unknown: Bell Rock

Played By: Philip Anthony

Played By: John Baddeley

Played By: John Fleming

Played By: James Telfer

Written By: Martin Worth

Producer: Mark Savage

Robert Stevenson: Bill Paterson

John Rennie: Paul Gregory

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930523]

Five engineering feats from the 19th century. 2: The Tunnel

Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the building of the first tunnel under a major river - more than 150 years before the construction of the Channel Tunnel. It took Marc Brunei and his son

Isambard 18 years to build and was beset with problems, both structural and financial.

All other parts played by John Baddeley , Keith Drinkel. Steve Hodson , David Thorpe and John Webb

Compiled and written by Martin Worth producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930523]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Unknown: Marc Brunei

Played By: John Baddeley

Played By: Keith Drinkel.

Played By: Steve Hodson

Played By: David Thorpe

Played By: John Webb

Written By: Martin Worth

Producer: Mark Savage

Marc Brunei: Yves Aubert

hambard Brunei: John Rowe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930530]

Five engineering feats from the 19th century. 3: The Railway

Civil engineer

Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the construction of the railway linking London and Lancashire.

With John Baddeley as Thomas Roscoe.

All other parts played by Philip Anthony , Keith Drinkel. Geraldine Fitzgerald , John Fleming , Steve Hodson and Dominic Letts Compiled and written by Martin Worth producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930530]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Unknown: John Baddeley

Unknown: Thomas Roscoe.

Played By: Philip Anthony

Played By: Keith Drinkel.

Played By: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Played By: John Fleming

Played By: Steve Hodson

Played By: Dominic Letts

Written By: Martin Worth

Producer: Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930606]

Five engineering feats from the 19th century.

4: The Ship

Civil engineer Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the construction of the Great Eastern, Isambard Kingdom Brunei's "Great Leviathan".

All other parts played by John Baddeley , Keith Drinkel , Geraldine Fitzgerald. Steve Hodson , David Thorpe and John Webb

Compiled and written by Martin Worth Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930606]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Played By: John Baddeley

Played By: Keith Drinkel

Played By: Geraldine Fitzgerald.

Played By: Steve Hodson

Played By: David Thorpe

Played By: John Webb

Written By: Martin Worth

Isambard Kingdom Brunel: John Rowe

John Scott Russell: Paul Gregory

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930613]

Five 19th-century engineering feats.

5: The Bridge. Civil engineer Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the construction of the Forth Railway Bridge at the end of the last century. The designers had to be sure that the bridge would not blow down as the Tay bridge had done in 1879. They came up with a design which has since been used for bridges all over the world.

Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930613]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931031]

Five 19th-century engineering feats.

1: The Lighthouse. Civil engineer DrMark Raiss tells the extraordinary story of the construction of Robert Stevenson 's Bell

Rock lighthouse.

With Philip Anthony , John Baddeley , John Fleming and James Telfer

Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931031]

Unknown: Robert Stevenson

Unknown: Philip Anthony

Unknown: John Baddeley

Unknown: John Fleming

Unknown: James Telfer

Producer: Mark Savage

Robert Stevenson: Bill Paterson

John Rennie: Paul Gregory

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931107]

Five 19th-century engineering feats. 2: The Tunnel

Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the building of the first tunnel under a major river. It took Marc Brunei and his son

Isambard 18 years to build and was beset with problems. Compiled and written by Martin Worth.

With John Baddeley , Keith Drinkel , Steven Hodson , David Thorpe and John Webb Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931107]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Unknown: Marc Brunei

Written By: Martin Worth.

Unknown: John Baddeley

Unknown: Keith Drinkel

Unknown: Steven Hodson

Unknown: David Thorpe

Unknown: John Webb

Marc Brunei: Yves Aubert

Isambard Brunei: John Rowe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931114]

Engineering feats from the 19th century. 3: The Railway. Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the construction of the railway linking London and Lancashire.

With Philip Anthony , Keith Drinkel , Geraldine Fitzgerald , John Fleming , Steve Hodson and Dominic Letts Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931114]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Unknown: Philip Anthony

Unknown: Keith Drinkel

Unknown: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Unknown: John Fleming

Unknown: Steve Hodson

Unknown: Dominic Letts

Thomas Roscoe: John Baddeley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931121]

Five engineering feats from the 19th century.

4: The Ship. Civil engineer Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the construction of Brunei's Great Eastern.

Other parts played by John Baddeley , Keith Drinkel , Geraldine Fitzgerald , Steve Hodson , David Thorpe and John Webb.

Compiled and written by Martin Worth Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931121]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Played By: John Baddeley

Played By: Keith Drinkel

Played By: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Played By: Steve Hodson

Played By: David Thorpe

Played By: John Webb.

Written By: Martin Worth

kambard Kingdom Brunei: John Rowe

John Scott RusseY: Paul Gregory

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931128]

Last in the series.

The Ship. Civil engineer Dr Mark Raiss tells the story of the construction of the Forth Railway Bridge at the end of the last century. The designers had to be sure the bridge wouldn't blow down like the Tay Bridge had done in 1879, so they came up with a design which has since been used for bridges all over the world. Written by Martin Worth

Producer Mark Savage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931128]

Unknown: Dr Mark Raiss

Written By: Martin Worth