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PBS Building Big - part 1 of 5 - Bridges

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Think big! Engineers have been doing just that for thousands of years, as renowned author-illustrator David Macaulay proves in this five-part miniseries on spectacular structures. The programs cover bridges, domes, skyscrapers, dams, and tunnels-past and present. Along the way, Macaulay highlights the engineering principles and human stories behind some of the most remarkable achievements in the history of building.

Programme 1 - Bridges :

How does a bridge withstand the forces of nature and traffic? Host David Macaulay takes viewers from the stone arch bridges of the Roman Empire to Japan\'s giant, all-steel Akashi Kaikyo suspension bridge, the longest in the world. Through the epic sagas of the Brooklyn, Golden Gate, and other great bridges, Macaulay shows how engineers have conquered ever-wider spans with better construction materials and innovative designs.

Program highlights :Brooklyn Bridge, San Francisco\'s Golden Gate Bridge, Tacoma Narrows Bridge, Japan\'s Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, Gustave Eiffel\'s Garabit Bridge, Scotland\'s Firth of Forth Railway Bridge. Program Producer: Larry Klein

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File Name :PBS.Building.Big.1of5.Bridges.XviD.AC3.www.mvgroup.org.avi

Total Size (MB) :876.71 MB

Video Length :01:04:02

Video Codec :XviD MPEG-4 codec

Video Bitrate :1690 KB/s

Resolution :704 x 392

Aspect Ratio :1.79:1

Quality Factor :0.204 B/px

Audio Codec :FAST Multimedia AG DVM (Dolby AC3)

Audio Bitrate :224 KB/s

Channels :2 Ch

Sampling Rate :48000 Hz

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