Essential Viewing

7 July 2006 by Karen

A neoclassical building

County Session House Image © English Heritage

Yep, we’re on TV again. Just as well you can’t get enough of us. This time we’re on Channel Five’s ‘Buildings That Shaped Britain’ at 8pm tonight. In the spotlight will be the County Sessions House which, in case you don’t know, was once a court and now houses staff from the Walker Art Gallery. It’s been used as the set for a number of court room scenes on film and TV.

Apologies to our overseas readers who miss these televisual treats.

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