Video Production in the Yorkshire Dales

The Hill Farmer in the Yorkshire Dales

25th March 2016

The Yorkshire Dales Series

No.1 The Hill Farmer in the Yorkshire Dales

The Story of Farm Work and Leisure in the Yorkshire Dales

The Hill Farmers Year, following the typical Year of a Hill Farmer in Widdale, filmed over six years between 2010 and 2016.

Lambing, Haymaking, Shearing, Dipping, Tupping, Scanning, Winter Feeding, Summer Sales and Local Agricultural Shows.

Available from our online shop

Also available from Outlets in Hawes on DVD and Bluray

The Tornado Steam Train on the Settle to Carlisle Railway

25th February 2017

Last week we spent sometime on the Settle to Carlisle Railway filming the Tornado Steam Train on its scheduled runs between Appleby and Skipton. Below is a link to a documentary taken over the 3 days uploaded to YouTube.

We rode on the Tornado and then spent sometime following it at various Railway Stations along the route such as Appleby and Kirkby Stephen and managed to see it going over the famous Ribblehead Viaduct. Along with interviews with other spectators.

We hope to have DVD and Blu-ray editions for sale on our website from March 2017

The Semerwater Spear Project

9th December 2016

Between October the 28th and 30th 2016, a temporary structure was created on Semerwater stretching out into the Lake. Created to celebrate the discovery of an intact Bronze Age Spearhead in 1937.

Featuring the casting of a replica bronze spearhead, music, art and poetry live events over the 3 days. Organised by the Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes.

The sculpture was created by the artist David Murphy.

Our First Land Rover

30th October 2016

To coincide with the launch of the all new Land Rover Discovery, we are releasing the story of ORM 270, at the time a 12 year old Land Rover Series 2. The story starts 50 years ago in 1966 and ends 1 year later with a journey of 2,500 miles across Europe to Venice and back.

A Hang Glider in the front garden

12th October 2016

Local News

Unscheduled landing in a front garden provokes a response from the Ambulance Service.

The pilot had a lucky escape, along with the householders who had been gardening just before the landing.



Released: The Tour de France Comes to Hawes

7th August 2016

The Tour de France comes to Hawes

The Yorkshire Dales Series No. 2

 Tour de France comes to Hawes Cover

In 2014 the Tour de France passed through Hawes and continued onto the Buttertubs Pass and over to Swaledale.

This production looks at the impact of the race on Tourism and the local population, starting from the week before the race and on the race day. There is a short piece on the race coming into Hawes and passing up the steep climbs to the Buttertubs.

Available from our online shop