HOW WE BUILT BRITAIN BBC1 9pm David Dimbleby (above) concludes his trek around Britain by examining the bold Modernist style at a public swimming pool on the coast.
What does HWBB stand for?
HWBB stands for How We Built Britain (British Broadcasting Company series)
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- Hawaii Winter Baseball League
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Tomorrow HOW WE BUILT BRITAIN (BBC1, 9pm) DAVID Dimbleby concludes his enjoyable exploration of British architecture.
How We Built Britain (BBC1, 9pm) This series has been like a charming, moving postcard but sadly it draws to a close tonight as David Dimbleby completes his journey through Britain, tracing the arrival of the bold Modernist style at a public swimming pool on the south coast.
HOW WE BUILT BRITAIN BBC1 9pm David Dimbleby (above) examines the UK's social history through its architecture in this fascinating new series.