Worked Out

Ian Mcmillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

Across Britain, most pits closed 20 years ago and memories are fading.

Away from the major coalfields, many people don't even remember that coal was recently mined in Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean.

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20060214

Ian McMillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England. Across Britain, most pits closed 20 years ago and memories are fading. Away from the major coalfields, many people don't even remember that coal was recently mined in Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean.

1/5. Madeley in Shropshire

With Jack and May Smart and Shelagh Lewis.

20060221

Ian McMillan explores five forgotten coalfields across England. Mining used to be a part of life for many places in Britain where now little evidence remains. Are we doomed to forget our industrial past? How do the surviving miners of Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean remember it?

2/5. The Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

With Ray Ashley, Maurice Bent, Jack Meek and Royston James.

20060228

Ian McMillan explores five forgotten coalfields across England. Mining used to be a part of life for many places in Britain where now little evidence remains. Are we doomed to forget our industrial past? How do the surviving miners of Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean remember it?

3/5. Kent

With Mike Sole, Fred Thompson, Bill Gilham, Sam Robinson, Jim Davies and The Betteshanger Welfare Brass Band.

20060307

Ian McMillan explores five forgotten coalfields across England. Mining used to be a part of life for many places in Britain where now little evidence remains. Are we doomed to forget our industrial past? How do the surviving miners of Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean remember it?

4/5. Somerset

With Francis Hillier, Mark Bridges, Alec Hann and Wilf Perkins.

20060314

Ian McMillan explores five forgotten coalfields across England. Mining used to be a part of life for many places in Britain where now little evidence remains. Are we doomed to forget our industrial past? How do the surviving miners of Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean remember it?

5/5. Cumbria

With Violet Wilson, Isabella McCracken and Hannah McCarron.

20070806

Series in which Ian McMillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

1/5. He visits Madeley, Shropshire with Jack and May Smart and Shelagh Lewis.

Followed by News.

20070807

Series in which Ian McMillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

2/5 He visits the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire with Ray Ashley, Maurice Bent, Jack Meek and Royston James.

Followed by News.

20070808

Series in which Ian McMillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

3/5. He visits Kent with Mike Sole, Fred Thompson, Bill Gilham, Sam Robinson, Jim Davies and the Betteshanger Welfare Brass Band.

Followed by News.

20070809

Series in which Ian McMillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

4/5. He visits Somerset with Francis Hillier, Mark Bridges, Alec Hann and Wilf Perkins.

Followed by News.

20070810

Series in which Ian McMillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

5/5. He visits Cumbria with Violet Wilson, Isabella McCracken and Hannah McCarron.

Followed by News.

01Madeley In Shropshire2006021420070806

Ian Mcmillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

Across Britain, most pits closed 20 years ago and memories are fading.

Away from the major coalfields, many people don't even remember that coal was recently mined in Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean.With Jack and May Smart and Shelagh Lewis.

01Madeley In Shropshire2006021420070806

Ian Mcmillan explores the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England.

Across Britain, most pits closed 20 years ago and memories are fading.

Away from the major coalfields, many people don't even remember that coal was recently mined in Somerset, Kent, Shropshire, Cumbria and The Forest of Dean.With Jack and May Smart and Shelagh Lewis.

02The Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire2006022120070807

With Ray Ashley, Maurice Bent, Jack Meek and Royston James.

02The Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire2006022120070807

With Ray Ashley, Maurice Bent, Jack Meek and Royston James.

03Kent2006022820070808

With Mike Sole, Fred Thompson, Bill Gilham, Sam Robinson, Jim Davies and The Betteshanger Welfare Brass Band.

03Kent2006022820070808

With Mike Sole, Fred Thompson, Bill Gilham, Sam Robinson, Jim Davies and The Betteshanger Welfare Brass Band.

04Somerset2006030720070809

With Francis Hillier, Mark Bridges, Alec Hann and Wilf Perkins.

04Somerset2006030720070809

With Francis Hillier, Mark Bridges, Alec Hann and Wilf Perkins.

05 LASTCumbria2006031420070810

With Violet Wilson, Isabella McCracken and Hannah McCarron.

05 LASTCumbria2006031420070810

With Violet Wilson, Isabella McCracken and Hannah McCarron.