Aerial Britain - Coast To Coast Walk

Great Walks From The Air. A personal helicopter tour over the majestic landscape of northern England, from the east coast to the west.

The 190-mile Coast to Coast Walk crosses the North of England from Robin Hood's Bay on "the Dinosaur coast" of North Yorkshire to St Bees by the Irish Sea, winding its way through three, scenic National Parks.

AERIAL BRITAIN offers an armchair view of some of the most varied scenery in the country: the rugged mountains and beautiful lakes of the Lake District, the rolling hills and picturesque valleys of the Yorkshire Dales and the heather moorland of the North York Moors, with some dramatic coastal scenery at each end.

The film features: Fylingdales Moor, Grosmont, Glaisdale, Farndale Moor, Mount Grace Priory, Easby Abbey, Richmond, Swaledale, Marske, Reeth, Swinner Gill, Keld, Kirkby Stephen, Haweswater Reservoir, Patterdale, Ullswater, Grisedale, Helvellyn, Grasmere, Honister Pass and Ennerdale Water.

Aerial Britain - The Norfolk Coast

Great Walks From The Air. A personal helicopter tour over the Norfolk coast and the broad shallow lakes of the world-famous Broads.

Salt marshes, reclaimed expanses of land, bird habitats, windmills and ancient communities combine to make Norfolk unique. The history, character and charm of 'a land where the sky dominates' is celebrated in a high quality AERIAL BRITAIN film.

The narrative is peppered with allusions to Horatio Nelson, John Keats, Thomas Cook, The Prostitutes' Parson and many others.

Featuring: Hunstanton, Peddars Way, Burnham Overy Staithe, Holcombe, Lady Anne's Road, Holcombe, Wells, Stonemeal Creek, Cabbage Creek, Stiffkey, Blakeney, Cley, Weybourne Hope, Sheringham, Cromer, Wroxham, Horning, St Benet's Abbey, Thurne, Ludham, Potter Heigham, Martham, Hickling, Sutton Mill, Barton Broad, Acle Bridge and Great Yarmouth.

The Land Of Mann

Within the shores of the Isle of Man lies an abundance of mystery and history, largely untouched by the way of life that exists in the rest of Britain today.

Melvyn Bragg, the well-known television and radio personality, explores the many facets of this outstandingly beautiful Island, starting back in prehistoric times, through Viking invasions, the Victorian industrial age, development of fishing and farming, internment camps of the last world war and right up to present day tourism and expansion of the Island's finance sector. The workings of Tynwald, the ancient Manx parliament, are examined and the roles of the Manx language and traditional culture in the modern Island community are considered.

This comprehensive film encapsulates every aspect of this unique and outstandingly beautiful Island.

Narrated by: Melvyn Bragg

The Real Cornwall

The film captures the spirit of Cornwall, talking to local potters, farmers, fishermen, artists and craftsmen. As each location is explored you will learn a little more about Cornish people, their history and culture.

Discover changing landscape where myth and legend are never far away. Enjoy the open moorland with its stone circles and granite tors. Explorer flower filled lanes, rich farmland and secret wooded valleys - all with intriguing stories of mining, smuggling and folklore. The sea is always just around the corner, exciting whether calm or stormy.

From Pencarrow, with its Georgian country house and world famous garden, to modern art in the Tate Gallery at St. Ives, by way of fishing villages and secluded coves this film will give you a complete guide to a unique county.

You will sample a wide range of Cornwall's archaeology, geology and culture as well as the wildlife and breathtaking scenery that has been the inspiration of countless artists.

Packed full of ideas and wonderful photography, The Real Cornwall looks at a county where the best treasures are to be found off the beaten track.

"Made with passion and conviction."
Cornish World Magazine

"It's a must."
Cornwall Today

The Hidden Broads

The East Anglian Broads are Britian's most important wetland - a playground for boat-lovers and an inspiration to artists.

'The Hidden Broads' is a celebration of this unique landscape and of the men and women working to preserve its wildlife and traditions. Featuring stories from the popular ITV Anglia documentary series, 'The Hidden Broads' includes rare archive film and aerial footage bringing to life the story of the Broads, past and present.

Highlights of the DVD include:

Hunter's Yard - a year in the life of this traditional boatyard; home to a classic fleet of wooden cruisers.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust - the story of nature conservation work on the NWT's reserves at Hickling and Upton.
The Marshmen - how these traditional workers helped shape the modern Broads.
Berney Marsh - an insight into the conservation work of the RSPB reserve at Berney.
St. Benet's Abbey - the historic secrets of a much-loved landmark
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Norfolk Coast

Norfolk Coast in the 1920's

The Norfolk Coast, 1920, the herring fleet is out at sea, Steam trains bring crowds of tourists to the beaches.

Wild and remote the sea has provided a way of life to those who live and work beside it.

Discover the story of life on the Coast as it used to be from fishermen and tales of ghosts and poaching and floods.

Using film from the East Anglian Film Archive, this production features Sheringham, Great Yarmouth and Kings Lynn.

Suffolk Past

Suffolk from 1913 to 1960's

Suffolk 1913, most people work on farms, the school is in the village and the toilet is a bucket.

Within sixty years the county will change beyond recognition.

Step back in time and discover how people in Suffolk lived and worked from 1913 to the 1960's.

With rare film from the East Anglian Film Archive, see the past come to life, including Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Lavenham, Southwold and many more.

Narrated by Louise Lawrence

Norfolk Past

Norfolk from 1900's to 1960's

Norfolk 1903 there are horses, trams and gas lamps. People work on the farms, the toilet is a bucket and there is no central heating or running water. Within half a century, Norfolk will be changed beyond recognition, step back in time and discover how people in Norfolk lived and worked from the 1900's to the 1960's.

With rare film from the East Anglian Film Archive see the past come to life including Kings Lynn, Norwich, Thetford, Great Yarmouth and many more.

The Broads

The Norfolk Broads in the past

Untill the 19th century, the Broads lay undiscovered a paradise of water and wildlife.Wherries sailed the quiet rivers, and small communities harvested reeds and hunted food. But sweeping changes would transform the area forever.

Using original film, discover the fascinating story of life as it used to be on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.

Essex Past Part 1

Essex 1916 to the 1930's
Essex, 1916, The first generation of children to ba captured on film will live through thirty years of immense social change. Journey into a bygone age and see Essex as it used to be including, Theydon Bois in 1916, Frinton On Sea, Southend On Sea, Tilbury and Clacton On Sea, Chelmsford & Colchester in the 1930's, Braintree, Halstead, Terling and Thaxted, Dagenham, Wanstead, Leytonstone and Romford.

Essex Past Part 2

Essex 1945 to 1960's

Essex 1945, the Second World War is over, Years of rationing lie ahead, but so too does free healthcare and full employment, holidays by the sea, motorbikes and rock n roll. From 1940's to 1960's see how Essex was changed almost beyond recognition.

This unique production includes Chelmsford, Clacton On Sea, the new town Harlow, Saffron Walden, Hockley and Finchingfield, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Romford and Rayleigh

The Isle Of Man From The Air

Tour Around The Island From The Air

One of the most spectacular films ever made about the Isle Of Man now with stunning surround sound and a host of extra features.

The Isle Of Man has one of the worlds most fascinating landscapes, shaped by the last Ice Age, weathered by time and coloured by human history.

But much of this beautiful and dramatic scenery is rarely seen to its full advantage and can only be hinted at from a ground level view, now in this unique programme we give you a rare opportunity to savour the entire Island from the air as using the latest helicopter camera techniques, we fly over the imposing sea cliffs, heather glad mountains and historic towns of the Isle Of Man.