I think the best of JM's programmes, possibly because I happen to like Victorian buildings - well, find them interesting, atmospheric and individual even if not always strictly beautiful. Also because the subject matter is highly visual which helps on a television rather than a radio programme. Also because you get rather more of the subject Brodrick and less of Meades than in some of his other more whimsical/opinionated works. I wish the producers would list the background (mostly 'modern classical') music used much of which is interesting at least in this case. Any information or listing from the musically better informed would be appreciated.
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