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Watch a special half hour television programme covering the five days of La Machine in Liverpool.
A giant mechanical spider brought the streets of Liverpool alive for five magical days.
Liverpool's giant mechanical spider bids the city goodbye before vanishing in to the Mersey Tunnel.
Liverpool's giant spider walks through the city centre pausing at the Town Hall and Derby Square.
The giant spider awoke on Friday evening and walked to the Salthouse dock for a bath.
The giant spider comes to life and takes a stroll along the waterfront.
Up close and personal with Liverpool's very own spider.
The giant spider that appeared in Liverpool is moved from Concourse House.
Video footage of the moment Liverpool's giant spider woke up and went for a walk.
A giant spider appeared on the side of Concourse House to the bemusement of commuters.
French scientist Joseph Browning sets female hearts a flutter and explains his plans for the spider.
Elfie loves London's Sultan Elephant and is now a fan of Liverpool's spider.
French scientist Joseph Browning gives his second interview as the giant spider is moved.
Crowds gathered on Liverpool's Lime Street to watch the giant spider be moved off Concourse Tower.
See the reaction of children to the giant spider as it moves from Lime Street.
A video interview with Joseph Browning the French scientist who is investigating the giant spider.
Commuters on Lime Street react to the arrival of a large spider in the city.
Francois Delaroziere the creator of La Machine on building a £1.8m spectacular.
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