BBC Network

BRITIAN GOES CAMPING  – 2010

Featuring the evocative memories and unseen

archive of generations of enthusiasts, Britain

Goes Camping tells the intriguing story of how

sleeping under canvas evolved from a leisure

activity for a handful of adventurous Edwardian

gents to the quintessentially British family

pastime that it is today.

 

HIGH FLYERS:HOW BRITAIN TOOK TO THE AIR- 2009

In Britain in the 1920s and 30s a revolution took

place that would change forever our perspective

on the world. While the country was in the grip

of recession, dashing pilots and daring socialites

took to the air, pushed back boundaries and

forged new links across the globe. The era of

commercial air travel was born. This

documentary tells the story of this golden age of

British aviation and of how the original ‘jet set’

shaped air travel for generations to come.

 

BEST HIS MOTHER’S SON- 2009

The script was written by one of Northern

Ireland’s leading dramatists, Terry Cafolla, who

was nominated for a BAFTA for Holy Cross. It is

produced and directed by Colin Barr, who made

the Emmy award-winning drama, Maxwell, and

10 Days to War, which recently won an RTS

award. It is a BBC network production in

association with Doubleband Films with Dermot

Lavery of DoubleBand as Executive Producer,

and was made with the assistance of Northern

Ireland Screen.

 

CARAVANS- A BRITISH LOVE AFFAIR- 2009

Featuring the evocative memories and the

unseen archive of generations of enthusiasts,

this documentary tells the intriguing story of

caravanning in Britain from the 1930s through to

the present day. It is the story of a love affair

that saw Britain establish the largest caravan

manufacturer in the world and one that was to

transform the holiday habits of generations of

British families. Narrated by Alison Steadman.

 

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