Stop the Bulldozer

Duration: 40 minutes

First transmitted in 1986, Stop the Bulldozer looks at the conflict between conservationists and those who feel that conservation at all costs is inhibiting contemporary architecture.

This programme examines the reconstruction of the historic centre of Frankfurt and the revitalised shopping malls of America, amongst others; whilst Terry Farrell discusses his design of the TV-am building.

  • Post-War Architecture Collection

    Post-War Architecture Collection
    This programme is part a collection of BBC programmes examining the triumphs and failures of post-war architecture.

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    Programmes are selected, in part, for their historical context and reflect the broadcast standards and attitudes of their time, which may not accord to some current BBC editorial guidelines. We aim to select programmes which can be shown in their entirety but in some cases edits are required.

Credits

Narrator
Andrew Sachs
Writer
Peter Adam
Producer
Peter Adam
Associate Producer
Roger Last
Film Editor
Stephen Evans
Film Editor
Pat O'Grady

Broadcasts

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    A collection of programmes examining the triumphs and failures of post-war architecture.

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