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Release Date: 10/14/2020

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Explore With Visit Bradford

Returning to Bradford, John Foster explores both the industrial and spiritual past of the city and looks at Bradford's bright future through the many and varied museums and attractions to be found throughout the district.

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John Foster visits the picturesque town of Ilkley, situated in the Wharfe Valley at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales.  The former spa town rose to fame in the nineteenth century when thousands visited to take the waters and breathe in the fresh invigorating air.

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Saltaire is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its preservation as a Victorian industrial village.  Mill owner Sir Titus Salt built the village for his workers and in this episode, John Foster finds out why Saltaire attracts millions of visitors to the area every year.

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Haworth sits in the Worth Valley surrounded by dramatic moorlands.  The village is most famous for being the place which inspired the Bronte sisters to write their world famous novels.  In this episode, John Foster explores this fascinating and individual village, which is centred around the steep cobbled Main Street.

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Bradford is a cultural city with a wealth of world class attractions and an impressive history. It’s also the world’s first UNESCO City of Film due to its rich film heritage and inspirational movie locations. Proud to have been one of the richest cities in the country, it plays host to impressive theatres, inspirational museums and imposing architecture, as John Foster finds out.

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John Foster visits the picturesque town of Ilkley, situated in the Wharfe Valley at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales.  The former spa town rose to fame in the nineteenth century when thousands visited to take the waters and breathe in the fresh invigorating air.