This on-going series of essays explores the history behind various known, and lesser known, British buildings. Dan Cruikshank's writing and presentation is subtly engaging allowing his gentle manner to draw you in to the fascinating world of a particular building.
Although the facts are represented in a bullet point fashion it is thorough and nonetheless edifying. One is inspired to not only do personal research on the particular subject but to actually visit the site oneself. Mr Cruikshank presents it that deliciously.
I am pleased Britain's Best Buildings is still being produced and take time out specifically to watch this excellent series and would highly recommend it to anyone with an interest in history or in Britain or, of course, in both.
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