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  • New Forest Badgers (2015) Narrated by Allan Corduner

    🎬New Forest Badgers, Filmed by Manuel Hinge for BBC. Part of the 'Wildlife Shorts' season.

    The badger is one of Britain's best-loved animals, and yet it is rarely seen. In the New Forest, the first evidence of the badgers are the setts which they occupy. But once an occupied sett has been spotted, many hours of patience are needed just to get the smallest glimpse of these elusive animals. This intimate portrait follows the badgers through their busiest time of year, giving an insight into their lives.

    This is one of nineteen episodes from the Wildlife Shorts season.

    Narrated by Allan Corduner
    Filmed by Manuel Hinge
    Editor Mike Crawford
    Colourist Adrian Rigby
    Dubbing Editor James Burchill
    Dubbing Mixer Adam Palmer
    Production Manager Jon Cox
    Production Co-ordinator Clare Bean
    Series Producer Webdy Darke
    Executive Producer Vyv Simson
    Producer Robert Yeoman
    BBC Bristol
    4517 Views
  • New Forest Life (2006)

    🎬 (aka) A NEW LIFE - Chris Packham looks at the £2.9m project to restore the New Forest's wetlands. The New Forest Life Partnership. Sustainable Wetland Restoration in the New Forest. The documentary was filmed over four years to show the work undertaken and the impact on the Forest's wetlands.

    Presenter Chris Packham
    Filmed by Manuel Hinge
    Editor Peter Dobson
    Carnyx Wild ©2006 & 2015

    The Restoration Project ran from 2002 to 2006.
    The project restored a total of:
    🟢261 hectares of riverine woodland
    🟢18 hectares of bog woodland
    🟢141 hectares of wet grassland
    🟢184 hectares of valley mire
    🟢10 kilometres of river

    More Information (Copy & Paste):
    https://www.iucn-uk-peatlandprogramme.org/projects/new-forest-life-iii-wetlands-project-0
    4257 Views
  • NEW FOREST PONIES (1968)

    🎬British Movietone - NO SOUND - Auction in progress - yearly sale of the new forest ponies. Pigs, Ponies and speeding vehicles

    British Movietone News ran in the United Kingdom from 1929 to 1986.
    1751 Views
  • NEW FOREST PONY SALE (1973)

    🎬British Movietone - The April sale of New Forest ponies at Brockenhurst. The half wild ponies are brought in for auction, six times a year, and if taken in hand young, they are docile and easy to break in. GV ponies grazing in New Forest. SV pan pony led out of horse-box. 3 SVs ponies led in from forest, pan ponies led out of horse-box into paddock. GV diesel train towards camera to GV paddock and auction ring. SV horses in paddock. CU sign "Value Added Tax". SCU horses in paddock. LV ponies in pens having numbers stuck on their backs. SV man sticks number on back of pony. SCU 2 ponies. CU number on back pan up to pony's head. SV ponies leaving paddock for auction ring. LV pony No 5 being auctioned in ring. SCU pony trotting round ring. SV auctioneer completes bid. SV girl in crowd. SV pan pony leaves ring, another pony enters. SV buyers watching. LV pony No 18 being auctioned. SCU auctioneer. SCU woman buyers. CU pony in ring. SV pony leaves auction ring. LV horses in paddock as one horse rears up & almost breaks loose. SV pan young boy owner trying horse over jump. CU people watching. SV pan owner riding away on pony.

    British Movietone News ran in the United Kingdom from 1929 to 1986.
    1772 Views
  • New Forest: A Year in the Wild Wood (2018) with Peter Owen-Jones

    🎬 Peter Owen-Jones looks at four seasons in the year of the New Forest. Originally screened on BBC Four in January 2019.

    ‘The New Forest is a timeless place - there are no fences and the animals roam free. I’ve always wondered how the forest and the commoning way of life have survived in the middle of southern England for so long. It’s been an incredible experience finding out.’ - Peter Owen-Jones.

    Over the year, with its dramatic seasonal changes, Owen-Jones ventures out into the forest and immerses himself in the lives of the Commoners, a group of around 700 people who have retained grazing rights for their animals, which date back to medieval times. From the first foals born in spring to the release of the stallions and the annual herding of the ponies, he discovers a hardy people who, despite the urban development around them, and the pressures on the landscape of 13 million visitors a year, retain a deep love of the land and a determination to see their way of life survive.

    Presented by Peter Owen-Jones
    Photography Paul Williams
    Additional Photography Max Williams
    Natural History Photography Aaron Cook
    Produced by Mark Woodward
    Executive Producer (Big Wave) Sarah Cunliffe
    Executive Producers (BBC) Mandy Chang & Jo Lapping
    Directed and Edited by Nick Stringer

    A Big Wave production for BBC (2018)
    1492 Views
  • New Holiday Thrill (1927)

    🎬British Pathé – A race for aeroplanes takes place at Bournemouth racecourse. Item title reads: "A new holiday thrill. Aeroplanes replace horses in races around Bournemouth racecourse. Bournemouth, Hampshire M/S of the racecourse with various parked aircraft. The biplanes take off and skim low over the track in front of the crowd in a sort of race. The camera pans over the scene with the crowds and aeroplanes. Intertitles read: "In the Paddock." "They' re off!" "Neck and Neck"- (or should it be, "prop and prop")" " Won by a "prop".
    1875 Views

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