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[ATV Today: 11.07.1972: Nottingham Caves]

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Date 1972
Duration 00:04:55
Film type Colour / Sound
Production Professional
Genre Television News
Company ATV
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Summary Reg Harcourt report on the Nottingham Caves, opened for the first time to the public, and guides who will take parties of tourists through the caves during the Nottingham Festival.
Description We see shots of interviews with staff at the caves.
Credits No Credits Specified
Tags History, Intangible Cultural Heritage

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