Publications and resources In 'The Machinery' The MachineryAboutEngagementPeoplePublications and resourcesContact us Caroline Radcliffe and Sarah Angliss (2013) Revolution: Challenging the automaton: Repetitive labour and dance in the industrial workspace, Performance Research, 17:6, 40-47. Caroline Radcliffe, “The Ladies’ Clog Dancing Contest of 1898”, in Georgina Boyes, (ed.) Step Change: New Views on Traditional Dance, Francis Boutle, London 2001, pp.86-116. ISBN 1-903427-09-6 The Marvellous Mechanical Museum, Compton Verney, 2018; (first published on the occasion of the exhibition ‘The Marvellous Mechanical Museum’, 30 June – 30 September, 2018. ISBN:978-1-9999659-1-4 “‘Organising Sound’: how a research network might help structure an exhibition”, Tim Boon, Annie Jamieson, John Kannenberg, Aleks Kolkowski, James Mansell, Science Museum Group Journal10-31-2017 “Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance” BBC4 episode 2 2014 in which Caroline Radcliffe demonstrated to Len Goodman how clog dancing was linked to the industrial revolution. "15X15: Clog" a moment of history restaged by Caroline Radcliffe and Sarah Anglis. BBC Radio 4: 1 January 2014 “The Machinery” Phantom Circuit #48 British Science Festival, September 2010. “Clog Dancing: the original techno-industrial dance?