Production Company: Factory Films
Kent Locations Used: Romney Marsh
Books That Made Britain is a BBC series which explores how books have portrayed the different regions they are set in.
An upcoming episode explores the Writers of Rye and presenter Damian Barr discovers how the Sussex town has inspired many writers, and continues to have a literary influence to this day.
The production visited nearby Romney Marsh in Kent in July 2016 to film presenter pieces to camera and general views.
Romney Marsh covers around 100 square miles from Rye to Hythe and is renowned for its unique natural beauty, unspoiled countryside, diverse wildlife and extensive coastline. The Romney Marsh area has been used as a film location for The Honourable Woman (2014), Parade’s End (2012) and Dr Syn: The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh (1964).
Books That Made Britain – Writers of Rye will air on Sunday 16th October at 15:45 on BBC One South East.
BBC One South East can be found wherever you are in the country: Sky Channel 963, FreeSat 959, Freeview 858.
For more information about filming in Kent email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0801pd3
For more information about Romney Marsh: http://theromneymarsh.net/
For more information about Kent’s Filming History please visit our Movie Map: https://kentfilmoffice.co.uk/kent-movie-map/moviemap-live-2/