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OU on the BBC: Built In Britain - Episode Two

Updated Sunday, 14th October 2012

Evan Davis concludes his survey of the UK's infrastucture.

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Soldiers at the Olympic Park, London Creative commons image Icon CC-NC-BY-SA under Creative-Commons license The Olympic Park The Open University's Visiting Professor of the Public Understanding of Business Evan Davis presents the second half of his series exploring the state of the UK's infrastructure, and wonders what the future might hold for our communications and utilities.

From the Olympic Park to High Speed 1, Evan looks at how we have learnt from our mistakes to become a nation which is once again rediscovering its skill for epic engineering.

But we can't be complacent - there's a lot that needs to be done, and against a gloomy financial background. Can we built a new Great Britain?

Built In Britain Episode Two is first shown on Sunday 14th October at 8.00pm on BBC Two and BBC HD. For further broadcast details, and to watch online where available, please visit bbc.co.uk.

 

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