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Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2008-09-05 22:50:00
Part of Manchester Night. Documentary celebrating the triumph and tragedy of Manchester record label Factory, the brain-child of five visionaries. Very strong language.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2008-09-05 21:50:00
Part of Manchester Night. Documentary celebrating the triumph and tragedy of Manchester record label Factory, the brain-child of five visionaries. Very strong language.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2007-09-25 01:30:00
This documentary celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory Records. Very strong language.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2007-09-25 00:30:00
This documentary celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory Records. Very strong language.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2007-09-24 20:00:00
This documentary celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory Records. Very strong language.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2007-09-22 02:20:00
This documentary celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory Records and provides a fitting tribute to Tony Wilson's contribution to British pop culture.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2007-09-22 01:20:00
This documentary celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory Records and provides a fitting tribute to Tony Wilson's contribution to British pop culture.

> Factory: Manchester from Joy Division to Happy Mondays on BBC Four at 2007-09-21 20:00:00
This documentary celebrates the triumph, tragedy and human comedy that was Factory Records and provides a fitting tribute to Tony Wilson's contribution to British pop culture.

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