Seven Wonders of the Industrial World

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Seven Wonders of the Industrial World is a 7-part British docudrama television miniseries that originally aired from 4 September 2003 to 16 October 2003 on BBC and was later released on DVD. The programme examines seven engineering feats that occurred... read more

Seven Wonders of the Industrial World is a 7-part British docudrama television miniseries that originally aired from 4 September 2003 to 16 October 2003 on BBC and was later released on DVD. The programme examines seven engineering feats that occurred since the Industrial Revolution. The same feats are covered in a companion book of the same name by producer Deborah Cadbury.

Original Release

09/04/2003 on BBC

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Cast

Robert Lindsay Narrator (voice)
Martyn Whitby Edwin Chadwick (as Martin Whitby)
James Gillan James Scott
Gary Lammin Barker
Johnny Myers Doctor
Ben Kinsella Mudlark
David Dale Foreman
David Fine William T. Sherman
Bob Sáenz Leland Stanford (as Robert Saenz)
George Anton Washington Roebling
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Great Ship Thursday, 04 September 2003
2 The Brooklyn Bridge Thursday, 11 September 2003
3 The Bell Rock Lighthouse Thursday, 18 September 2003
4 Transcontinental Railway Thursday, 25 September 2003
5 The Sewer King Thursday, 02 October 2003
6 The Panama Canal Thursday, 09 October 2003
7 The Hoover Dam Thursday, 16 October 2003

Directors

Christopher Spencer, Paul Wilmshurst, Edward Bazalgette, Paul Bryers, Philip Smith, Mark Everest

Writers

Tony Mulholland, Rachel Wright, Christopher Spencer, Paul Wilmshurst, Paul Bryers, Mark Everest, Gregory Evans

Cast

Robert Lindsay Narrator (voice)
Martyn Whitby Edwin Chadwick (as Martin Whitby)
James Gillan James Scott
Gary Lammin Barker
Johnny Myers Doctor
Ben Kinsella Mudlark
David Dale Foreman
David Fine William T. Sherman
Bob Sáenz Leland Stanford (as Robert Saenz)
George Anton Washington Roebling
John Bennett John Donovan
Richard Gross James Harvey Strobridge
Chris Jenkins Company Doctor (as Christopher Jenkins)
Peter Dey Eric Usher
Erik J. Anderson Frank Anderson
Lorenzo Baca Porcupine
Joseph Bazalgette Mudlark
Louis Bazalgette Mudlark
Cora Branley Louise-Helene de Lesseps
Deagaln Brennan Bazalgette Child

Producers

Editors

Elliot McCaffrey, Allen Charlton, Peter Norrey, Rick Aplin, Martin Sage, David Fairhead

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