Art & Architecture


High-Risk High-Rise 54 min.

Every year, hundreds of new skyscrapers are built around the globe. As nations vie for prestige, these shimmering towers are rising higher and higher. But for all their impressive engineering, are these buildings safe? Can we be sure how they will hold up in earthquakes, fires, and other potential disasters? What have—or haven’t—we learned from past tragedies?

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

Barn, Harrogate—George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 47 min.

George Clarke takes us to Pott Bridge Farm in the Yorkshire Dales, where we follow Olly and Erin’s transformation of their 200-year old barn. What started off as a husk of stones and hay has been transformed into a sprawling, modern home filled with wood, glass, and colorful furniture.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Coach House, Tamworth—George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 47 min.

In this episode, we travel to a small hamlet in Staffordshire. Adrian and Laura have bought the coach house of a former estate called Cliff Hall, and they plan to turn it into a multigenerational home. The coach house isn’t in the best condition, but we follow the ups and downs of their gut renovation that was knocked sideways by the pandemic.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Farm, Stockport—George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 47 min.

We visit Manchester in this episode, where George meets Gordon and Lisa, proud owners of a rundown, 120-year old cattle shed and adjoining milking parlor that’s been in the family since the 1960s. We follow their journey as they renovate this into their first home together.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 270 min.

How do you turn a building that was never intended for domestic use into a welcoming home? In this uplifting series, George Clarke breathes new life into industrial, commercial and agricultural buildings. From a former bank to a giant granary, George helps homemakers convert their property into a beautiful place to live. Inspired by the relaxation of planning regulations and the current enthusiasm...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Police Station, West Yorkshire—George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 47 min.

This episode’s remarkable renovation is a police station in west Yorkshire. It’s owner, Rachel, transforms the space into a light and airy home with a nod to its original purpose—the home office still features the bars from its former life as a prison cell.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Stable, Humber—George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 47 min.

The advent of the motorcar led to thousands of stables across Britain being left to ruin. In this episode, one such example in Hessle is transformed into a beautiful retirement home for Jenni and Bernie.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Victorian Bank, Cornwall—George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations 47 min.

Ten miles off the Cornish coastline sits the small town of St. Columb Major. We meet Richard and Sarah, who bought the local Lloyds Bank on the High Street, a building that’s 130 years old. We follow their journey transforming the unique building into a home for their family of four.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Icon: Music Through the Lens 360 min.

Take a ride through the amazing world of music photography with the world’s best-known music photographers and others, including Gered Mankowitz, Jill Furmanovsky, Kevin Westenberg, Terry O’Neill, Neal Preston, Roger Sargent and Rankin.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

On Camera 56 min.

What defines an iconic image? This question provides the central theme for episode one as we are introduced to some of music photography’s greatest names.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021