Whistle and I’ll Come To You (2010)

John Hurt as James Parkin with his hand against the wall

John Hurt stars as James Parkin in Whistle and I’ll Come To You © BBC/Laurie Sparham

Starring: John Hurt, Gemma Jones, Lesley Sharp
Kent Filming LocationsBotany Bay, Kingsgate Bay and the Sea Pavilion at Walpole Bay

BBC2 drama Whistle and I’ll Come To You is a modern adaptation of M R James’ Edwardian ghost story which stars John Hurt (Merlin, Hellboy) as James Parkin who after leaving his wife in a nursing home travels to their favourite destination, a quiet seaside town. On a deserted beach he has an encounter with an apparition which continues to haunt him for the rest of his stay.

The one off drama was written and adapted by Neil Cross and explores the themes of ageing, supernatural with a psychological element throughout.

The drama also stars Gemma Jones (Bridget Jones Diary, Sense and Sensibility) and Lesley Sharp (Scott & Bailey, The Full Monty). 

Kingsgate Bay is a small sandy bay surrounded by white chalk cliffs with it having some of the best sea caves in the country and has been used by BBC4 drama The Forgotten Fallen Spanish Flu (2009). Nearby Botany Bay which also has a white cliff backdrop is a popular filming location and has been used for productions such as D-Day: The Last Heroes (2013), True Love (2012) and Hunderby (2012).

Whistle and I’ll Come To You was shown on BBC TWO 24th December 2010 at 22:00. 

Links

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00lz31y

For more information about Thanet: http://www.visitthanet.co.uk/

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Above Suspicion: The Red Dahlia 2010

Ciaran Hinds and Kelly Reilly in Above Suspicion © ITV

Ciaran Hinds and Kelly Reilly in Above Suspicion © ITV

 A new Lynda La Plante drama on ITV

Director: Laura Mackie

Writer: Lynda La Plante

Starring: Kelly Reilly, Ciarán Hinds, Shaun Dingwall, Michelle Holmes, Amanda Lawrence, Nadia Cameron- Blakey, Holliday Grainger

Production Companies: La Plante Productions, RLJ Productions

Filming Locations: Margate, Westgate-on-sea

Following the huge success of the drama series, Above Suspicion, ITV have now produced a sequel based on the second novel, The Red Dahlia, by award winning crime writer, Lynda La Plante (Trial & Retribution, Prime Suspect).

The Cast in the Office © ITV

The Cast in the Office © ITV

The new three-part thriller sees the return of ambitious female detective Anna Travis (Kelly Reilly) and her boss, Detective Constable James Langton (Ciaran Hinds).  Together they must tackle their most terrifying case to date:  the discovery of a woman’s mutilated body in the Thames indicates that they are facing a copy-cat killer who re-enacts the murders of the infamous 1940’s Black Dahlia case.

Above Suspicion was shown as a chilling two parter in January 2009 winning audience figures of up to 6.8 million, rising to 7.3 in the concluding instalment. The series was last winter’s highlight and the sequel is expected to do equally well.

The series is directed by Gillies MacKinnon (The Escapist, Pure) and written by Lynda La Plante (Widows, Prime Suspect) and stars Kelly Reilly (Pride & Prejudice, Me and Orson Welles), Ciarán Hinds (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Woman in Black), Shaun Dingwall (Colour Me Kubrick, Someone Else), Michelle Holmes (Goodnight Sweetheart, The Practice), Amanda Lawrence (28 Weeks Later, Pan), Nadia Cameron- Blakey (Batman Begins, Tomorrow Never Dies) and Holliday Grainger (Cinderella, Jane Eyre)

The cast came to Margate and Westgate-on-sea in Thanet to film parts of the new drama as the location for a gruesome murder. Some of the locations used in the Thanet area include Margate train station (a detective arriving) and St Celias House in Westgate-on-sea (doubled as the spooky sea front house).

The seaside town of Margate has a delightful sandy beach, arcades, shops in Old Town and modern architecture in the form of the Turner Contemporary gallery. The town has also seen the revival of Dreamland, thought to be the UK’s first original pleasure park. Margate has previously been used for filming by projects including Edge of Heaven (2014), The Hotel Inspector (2012) and Only Fools and Horses: The Jolly Boys’ Outing (1989).

The first part will air on ITV at 9pm on Monday 4th January with subsequent parts following on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about Margate: http://www.visitthanet.co.uk/destinations/margate/10537?microSiteId=210

For more information about the programme visit http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1247637/

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Missing Series Two 2010

The Missing Team in Dover © BBC

Starring: Pauline Quirke, Felix Scott, Pooja Shah, Mark Wingett, Adjoa Andoh, Brooke Kinsella, Gary Lucy, Roy Hudd

Production company: Leopard Films

Kent Filming Locations: Dover – Port, White Cliffs, and St Margaret’s Bay, Tonbridge

Following the success of the first series, Pauline Quirke returns in her role as MJ – Head of the police’s Missing Persons Unit for a further 10 episodes of the critically acclaimed programme.

Pauline Quirke in Missing © BBC

Pauline Quirke in Missing © BBC

It is a year on from the first series and MJ is still struggling to live with her sister, who was found in the first series but that’s the least of her troubles as soon her estranged father shows up. Has he really changed or is there more family trouble on the horizon? Things are not easy at the office either, as Amy and Jason’s affair comes to an end when one of them sets their sights on promotion.

Returning for the second series is Pauline Quirke (Broadchurch, Birds of a Feather), Felix Scott (Inception, Blitz Blitz), Pooja Shah (EastEnders, Bend It Like Beckham), Mark Wingett (The Bill, Snow White and the Huntsman) and Adjoa Andoh (Invictus, Casualty). There are also guest appearances from Brooke Kinsella (Eastenders, Kid in the Corner), Gary Lucy (The Bill, Hollyoaks) and Roy Hudd (Coronation Street, Purely Belter).

Missing was filmed on location in Dover including the Port, White Cliffs, and St Margaret’s Bay. They also visited Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.

Dover is best known for the world famous White Cliffs of Dover along with the Port of Dover and Dover Castle. The Dover area has previously featured on screen in The Tunnel: Sabotage (2016), Wolf Hall (2003) and Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows (2011).

Tonbridge is a West Kent market town with a rich cultural heritage and spectacular scenery. The area is surrounded beautiful countryside and boasts castles, stately homes, gardens, farms, as well as sports and leisure facilities. The Tonbridge area has been used by previous productions including Love Your Garden (2013) Piers Morgan’s Life Stories – Dame Kelly Holmes (2012) and Countryfile (2009).

The new series starts on BBC1 from Monday 15th March at 2.15pm.

Links

For more information about filming in Kent contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00rmx2h

For more information about Dover please visit http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/

For more information about Tonbridge & Malling visit http://www.tmbc.gov.uk/services/leisure-and-culture/tourism-and-travel

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Van Gogh: Painted with Words 2010

Benedict Cumberbatch as Gogh © BBC

Benedict Cumberbatch as Gogh © BBC

A drama-documentary using dialogue sourced from the artist’s letters to his brother. This is Van Gogh’s story in his own words.

Production Company: BBC
Kent Filming Locations:   Ramsgate, Thanet

A drama-documentary presented by Alan Yentob, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Van Gogh.

Every word spoken by the actors in this film is sourced from the letters that Van Gogh sent to his younger brother Theo, and the people around him. What emerges is a complex portrait of a sophisticated, cultured and yet tormented man. The programme includes scenes of Ramsgate, where Van Gogh once stayed.

Ramsgate is a beautiful coastal town which offers stunning Victorian architecture, a beach, amusements, arcades, shops, eateries and a theatre.  The Ramsgate area has been chosen as a film location by productions including True Love (2012), Songs of Praise: Pugin God’s Architect (2012) and Van Gogh: Painted With Words (2010).

Van Gogh: Painted with words will be shown on BBC1 at 5:10pm on Monday 5 April

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For more information about the series visit: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00rzj61

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The Forgotten Fallen Spanish Flu (2009)

The cast of the Forgotten Fallen standing in a hospital ward

The cast of the Forgotten Fallen © BBC

A new BBC Four Drama

Production Company: Hardy Pictures, Hardy and Sons

Kent Locations: Kingsgate Bay

Starring Bill Paterson (Little Dorrit) and Charlotte Riley (Wuthering Heights) The Forgotten Fallen is a new drama about the efforts of a Manchurian Doctor to protect the city from the spread of the deadly influenza virus that gripped the UK in 1918.

Dr Niven and his team worked tirelessly to protect the welfare of the most vulnerable residents of the city, from the people living in the slums to the factory workers, fighting against complacency and ignorance of their fellow medical practitioners. In a race against time, the team tried to understand the ever-evolving virus as well as raise awareness of its potential to wreak havoc.

The Forgotten Fallen was inspired by the notes of Dr James Niven, Manchester’s Medical Officer of Health for 30 years and pays tribute to the 70 million people who died from the influenza virus across the world.

The production visited Kingsgate Bay in Thanet to film a dramatic scene as part of the drama.

Kingsgate Bay is known for its beautiful sandy beach and sea caves. Kingsgate Castle, built in the 1760′s for Lord Holland, overlooks the beach making Kingsgate Bay truly wonderful. Kingsgate Bay has been used before by Mr Selfridge Series 4 (2016), Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites (2015) and BBC Two drama Whistle and I’ll Come To You (2010).

The Forgotten Fallen was shown on BBC Four on Wednesday the 5th August 2009 at 9pm.

Links

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00lz31y

For more information about Kingsgate Bay: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/attractions/kingsgate-bay/8815

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Emma (2009)

Romola Garai in a bonnet in front of flowers

Romola Garai © BBC

Director: Jim O’ Hanlon

Writer: Sandy Welch

Starring:Romola Garai, Jonny Lee Miller, Michael Gambon, Tamsin Greig, Rupert Evans, Robert Bathurst

Production Company: BBC

Kent Filming Locations: Chilham, Squerryes Court, Westerham.

This Autumn Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’ will once again grace our screens with a four part adaptation from the BBC. The new series sees Romola Garai (Atonement) starring as the incomparable Emma Woodhouse, with Michael Gambon (Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince) as her father.

Jane Austen describes Emma as ‘handsome, clever and rich’ and confessed that Emma is a heroine which no-one but her will like. Emma is determined not to marry. However, she cannot help but play matchmaker to all her friends, often with disastrous consequences. Will she ever learn to let love run its true course?

Behind the Scenes at Squerryes - lighting equipment

Behind the Scenes at Squerryes © Squerryes

Behind the Scenes at Squerryes - filming in the gardens

Behind the Scenes at Squerryes © Squerryes

Market in front of Chilham Castle

Market in front of Chilham Castle © Kent Film Office

Meat Market Stall © Kent Film Office

Meat Market Stall © Kent Film Office

Squerryes Court in Westerham with its grand Georgian rooms was the perfect location to double as the Woodhouse family home. The country house is located in 20 acres of beautiful grounds which include a spectacular garden and an 18th Century Dovecote.    Squerryes Court has been used for productions such as The Hollow Crown: Henry V (2012) and The Boat That Rocked (2009).

The production also chose the beautiful village of Chilham near Ashford to feature as Highbury. Chilham village retains much of its original features, which makes it perfect for period dramas. During filming the square was closed off and all signs of modern life, from the double yellow lines to the burglar alarms, were gently erased. In its place a vibrant market was installed to capture the essence of village life in Jane Austen’s time.

Chilham village has been used for a variety of filming projects including BBC’s Emma (2009), Channel 4 comedy Chickens (2011) and Miss Marple – The Moving Finger (2005).

The series was shown on BBC One on October 2009 and is now available to buy on DVD.

Links

For more information on filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more behind the scenes images: http://brochures.moviesite.biz/view/kent/Behind_the_scenes_images_of_Emma.html

For more information about Squerryes Court: http://www.squerryes.co.uk/

For more information about Chilham visit: http://www.enjoychilham.org.uk/

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Merlin (2008)

Arthur and Merlin played by Bradley James and Colin Morgan © BBC

Arthur and Merlin played by Bradley James and Colin Morgan © BBC

Director: James Hawes

Writer: Julian Jones

Production Company: Shine

Kent Filming Location: Penshurst Place, Chislehurst Caves

A new prime time drama set in medieval England about the legendary wizard Merlin is due to be screened on BBC One this Autumn!

The programme sees Merlin as a young man at Uther’s Court, where magic is outlawed. Working as Arthur’s manservant, Merlin is forced to keep his magical skills secret.

The 13 part series boasts an impressive cast including Richard Wilson (One Foot in the Grave), Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman), Anthony Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Santiago Cabrera (Heroes)

Katie McGrath as Morgana in Merlin © BBC

Katie McGrath as Morgana in Merlin © BBC

Filming of Merlin at Penshurst Place © Kent Film Office

Filming of Merlin at Penshurst Place © Kent Film Office

Anthony Head as Uther Pendragon in Merlin © BBC Richard Wilson as Gauis in Merlin © BBC

Merlin was filmed mostly in a studio with Penshurst Place one of only three locations chosen to film on location where the production company Shine visited the unique Baron’s Hall with it’s awe-inspiring height and courtly atmosphere.

Chislehurst Caves features in episode 3, series one for underground scenes where Arthur and Merlin battle the water beast.

Penshurst Place is a beautiful medieval estate with a history spanning nearly 700 years and has been seen on screen for filming projects including The Hollow Crown – Henry V (2012), The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) and The Gathering (2003).

Season 5 aired on BBC 1 on Saturday nights from February 2008.

Links

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the series Merlin visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00mjlxv

For more information about Penshurst Place visit http://www.penshurstplace.com/

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Little Dorrit (2008)

The Cast of Little Dorrit

The Cast of Little Dorrit © BBC

Directed By: Adam Smith, Dearbhla Walsh & Diarmuid Lawrence

Written By: Charles Dickens (Novel) & Andrew Davies (Adaptation)

Starring: Clare Foy, Matthew Macfadyen, Tom Courtenay, Amanda Redman & Mackenzie Crook.

Production Company:

Kent Locations Used: Deal Castle

Pet Gowan (Georgia King) and Arthur Clennam (Matthew Macfadyen at Marseilles market

Pet Gowan (Georgia King) and Arthur Clennam (Matthew Macfadyen) in Marseilles © BBC

Writer Andrew Davies achieved success with his adaptation of the Dickens’ classic Bleak House in 2005. Now the BBC has commissioned him to bring another Dickens tale to life, this time it was the  bard’s eleventh novel, Little Dorrit.

The novel was originally published over 19 monthly instalments between 1855 and 1857 and Davies’ adaptation tried to mirror this by creating 14 half hour episodes. First shown on BBC One over the festive period in 2008, it can now be purchased on DVD.

The series boasts an all star cast with appearances from Clare Foy (Upstairs, Downstairs) in the title role,  Matthew McFadden (Pride and Prejudice), Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who), Amanda Redman (New Tricks) and Kent’s very own Mackenzie Crook (The Office).

Maxine Peake, Freema Agyeman, Amanda Redman and Anton Lesser wearing period costumes standing in a street

Maxine Peake, Freema Agyeman, Amanda Redman and Anton Lesser in Little Dorrit © BBC

Telling the tale of young Amy Dorrit, known to those around her as Little Dorrit, who lives with her father in Marshalsea Debtors Prison in London, Dickens hoped to highlight the shortcomings of government and society at the time.  With the arrival of young Arthur Clenham, a business man returning to the family home after an extended stay in China, Amy Dorrit finds her whole world turned upside down. Hindered by the poorly run Circumlocution Office, Clenham begins an investigation into the secret his elderly mother is hiding and hopes to restore the Dorrit family’s wealth.

The production visited Deal Castle in April 2008 to film scenes set in Marseilles. Many locals were confronted with the strange sight of a French flag flying high over the Tudor fortress. The castle itself was transformed into a traditional Moroccan market, complete with aromatic spices, bright cloth and exotic birds in elaborate Victorian cages.

A fan of the Kentish Coast, Charles Dickens often spent time in the county’s popular seaside towns. From his summer residence in Broadstairs he would often enjoy “a walk of ten miles” to Deal, “a seaside town with no cliff”. He wrote about Deal in his novel Bleak House, where he set the temporary home of Richard Carstone, one of the wards in the case of Jarndyce and Jarndyce, who was visited by Esther Summerson.

It was also in Broadstairs that Dickens found inspiration for one of his most famous characters, that of Betsey Trotwood in David Copperfield. In what is now The Dickens House Museum, there lived a woman named Miss Mary Pearson who would often entertain Dickens with her belief that she had the right to stop donkeys from crossing the front of her cottage. It was this peculiarity that would find its way into David Copperfield.

Deal Castle is a Tudor castle built by the order of King Henry VIII located on the seafront. The Deal area has previously had filming from The Tunnel: Sabotage (2016), Antiques Roadshow (2015) and Legacy (2013).

The first hour long episode aired on Sunday 26th October 2008 at 8pm on BBC1 and is now available to buy on DVD.

Little Dorrit also features in the Kent Film Office Dickens Trail which lauched in 2012: https://kentfilmoffice.co.uk/kent-movie-map/dickens-movie-trail/ 

Links

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00fcm3b

For more information about Deal Castle: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/deal-castle/

For more information about Broadstairs: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/explore/thedms.asp?dms=13&venue=3201209

For more information about the Kent Film Office Dickens Trail: https://kentfilmoffice.co.uk/moviemap/dickens-movie-trail/

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Wayfaring Stranger (2008)

Ronnie (Christopher Fulford) and Bobby (Jack O'Connell) standing in front of a house

Ronnie (Christopher Fulford) and Bobby (Jack O’Connell) © Sentinal Entertainment Ltd.

Director:  Richard West 

Writer:  Billy MacKinnon & Richard West 

Production Company: Screen South, Sentinel Entertainment

Kent Filming Locations: Whitstable, The Old Neptune pub, The Kings Ferry Bridge, The Historic Dockyard Chatham.

Wayfaring Stranger was filmed entirely in Kent and examines the less than easy relationship between young offender and aspiring comedian Bobby (Jack O’Connell) and his drifter dad, Ronnie (Christopher Fulford). Released from a spell in prison, much to his surprise and disgust, Bobby is picked up by his Father.

Ronnie (Christopher Fulford) and Bobby (Jack O'Connell) standing in front of Chatham Dockyards which doubles as a Prison

Chatham Dockyards doubles as the Prison © Sentinal Entertainment Ltd.

A touring musician, Ronnie abandoned his wife and son for the warmth of Bangkok and pursued a singing career. Appearing in local pubs and sleeping in his trusty van, Ronnie sees an opportunity to reconnect with his son by attempting to incorporate him in his act.

A recipient of Screen South’s Digital Short award, Wayfaring Stranger was shot at various locations throughout Kent including Whitstable at The Old Neptune pub and  The Historic Dockyard Chatham and the Kings Ferry Bridge.

The grand entrance gates complete with the coat of arms of George the Third at The Historic Dockyard Chathamproved to be the ideal double for the prison doors through which Bobby’s is released from incarceration.  

A local institution in Whistable, The Old Neptune pub is located on the sea wall, giving it a fantastic view across the estuary. The pub is no stranger to fame and fortune as it was Peter Cushing’s local haunt and the Landlord boasts ‘Why not have a special meal; Peter O’Toole did in the Movie Venus?’

Whitstable is a seaside town near Canterbury, famous for its annual Oyster Festival as well as the delightful harbour, shingle beach, busy high street and strong arts and culture scene.  Terry and Mason’s Great Food Trip (2015), James May’s Man Lab(2013) and Tipping the Velvet (2002) have previously chosen to film in Whitstable.

Set over 80 acres is The Historic Dockyard Chatham which contains over 100 Georgian and Victorian buildings as well as cobbled streets and dock spaces. A popular film location, The Historic Dockyard Chatham has featured in Close To The Enemy (2016), Rustom (2016) and Mr Turner (2014).

Links:

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about Screen South’s Digital Shorts Scheme: http://www.screensouth.org/newsarticle.aspx?newsid=920

For more information about Whitstable: http://www.canterbury.co.uk/canterbury-district/Whitstable.aspx

For more information about The Old Neptune pub: http://www.neppy.co.uk/index.html

For more information about The Historic Dockyard Chatham: http://www.chdt.org.uk/

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The Things I Haven’t Told You (2008)

The Cast of Things I Haven't Told You by the seafront

The Cast of Things I Haven’t Told You by the seafront © Tiger Aspect/BBC Three

Writer: Lisa McGee

Director: Marcal Fores

Starring: Elizabeth Day, Nathalie Lunghi, Sophie Loftus, Haruka Abe, Mark Adams, Ryan Sampson and Lenora Chrichlow

Production Company: Tiger Aspect Productions

Kent Filming Locations: Herne Bay, Whitstable, King Ethelbert School in Birchington

 Elizabeth Day as Aisling Hunter and Nathalie Lunghi as Geri West in school uniforms in a school coridor

Elizabeth Day as Aisling Hunter and Nathalie Lunghi as Geri West © Tiger Aspect/BBC Three

The Things I Haven’t Told You is a BBC Three drama which follows six adolescents attempting to make their way through the traumas of being a teenager.

When super popular Geri West and barely average girl Aisling Hunter suddenly become friends, everyone is suspicious. What does Aisling know about Geri and what does she want in return for her silence?

Then Aisling disappears after a bizarre car accident.  Immediately rumours abound: was it really an accident or was it deliberate?

Starring Elizabeth Day, Nathalie Lunghi, Sophie Loftus, Haruka Abe, Mark Adams, Ryan Sampson and Lenora Chrichlow and Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually, Teachers).

The filming took place in the summer of 2007 and King Ethelbert School in Birchington, Whitstable and Herne Bay are featured.

Whitstable and Herne Bay are popular seaside destinations for Londoners on day trips. Herne Bay is a traditional pebble stone beach flanked with quaint and picturesque beach huts whilst Whitstable has a traditional fishing harbour. Whitstable has been previously seen on screen in productions such as Who Do You Think You Are? (2013), Cook Me The Money! (2013) and Venus (2007).

Birchington is a coastal village near to Margate which is a vibrant seaside resort, with complementary historic and modern architecture. The Carer (2016), Free Speech (2014) and Exodus (2007) have previously used the Margate area for filming.

Things I Haven’t Told You was shown on BBC Three at 9pm on 17th March 2008.

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For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk
For more information about Things I Haven’t Told You: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b009hmcw
For more information about the Canterbury area visit: http://www.canterbury.co.uk/

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