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A0120000104 The second of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
A022000010520000411The second of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
Today he visits the Black Country forge run by the Folkes family.
A0220000111 The third of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
A032000011220000412The third of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
Today he discovers a very British bank whose customers have included Jane Austen and Samuel Pepys.
A04 LAST2000011920000413The last of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
Today he unravels three centuries of ribbons and regalia while meeting the medallion men at the firm of Toye, Kenning and Spencer.
A 19991228 The first of a four-part series in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
A 20000118 The last of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
  20000411 The second of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
Today he visits the Black Country forge run by the Folkes family.
  20000412 The third of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
Today he discovers a very British bank whose customers have included Jane Austen and Samuel Pepys.
  20000413 The last of four programmes in which Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, goes behind the scenes of family firms which have been trading for over 300 years.
Today he unravels three centuries of ribbons and regalia while meeting the medallion men at the firm of Toye, Kenning and Spencer.

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