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Produced by FOOTLOOSE Film & Television
for ITV West.
Directed, filmed & edited by Jill Ranford
'Up on the Downs' follows life on Bristol's famous
Downs & Avon Gorge through the 4 seasons.
Near the city centre the Downs & Gorge are home
to rare & unique wildlife but are also used year round by
the people of Bristol for every kind of activity & event,
from one of the oldest football leagues in the
country to the annual spectacle of the circus.
Produced by FOOTLOOSE Film & Television
for ITV West & Westcountry and UKTV.

Directed & Filmed by Jill Ranford
'A Tale of Two Castles' looks behind the scenes
at Sherborne Castle in Dorset and St Michael's Mount
in Cornwall - two castles which after almost 400 years
are still run by the ancestral families. The series achieved
very good audience ratings & was also broadcast on 'UK Blighty'.
James St Aubyn of St Michael's Mount "you have painted
a true but affectionate picture of life on the island.....
(the series) has captured the essential spirit of the place"
Directed & Filmed by Jill Ranford.
Produced by Element Productions for BBC2 Wales.
Offa’s Dyke runs the length of the English / Welsh border.
The dyke has for centuries marked the border between the
two cultures and this 5 part series takes a Welsh naturalist
& an English historian along its length to debate the issues
and influences, as well as admire the wonderful scenery
& wildlife.
Directed & Filmed by Jill Ranford
Produced by Element Prods. for ITV West & Westcountry.
In celebration of the 50th birthday of Exmoor National Park,
this 6 part series observes the life & work of people who live
there today and the issues they face. One programme
explores the Hidden Edge, a stretch of coast at the base of
cliffs which reach 300m. in height. Only accessible by boat
at low tide or by scrambling down the steep, grassy slopes
– our guide reckoned we were only the 19th & 20th people
ever to stand there.
Camera-Directed by Nick Turner
Produced by World Television for Channel 5
An observational series filmed at the Animal Reception
Centre (ARC) at London’s Heathrow Airport. Almost
any creature can come through the doors of the ARC,
either in transit or returning home in the UK, so the
staff must be ready to cope with anything – and they do.
This series has gone on to be shown many times.
Camera-Directed by Nick Turner
Produced by TVE & WWF Int. for global news & current affairs
Filmed in Nepal, Germany, Fiji, and Queensland these
documentaries look at people’s experience of Climate
Change and match their observations with the science.
Two films won CERTIFICATES OF CREATIVE EXCELLENCE
at the 2007 US INTERNATIONAL FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL.

broadcast series

A Tale of Two Castles
6x30 mins. series for
ITV West & Westcountry

Up on the Downs
4x30 mins. series for
ITV West

Border Country
5x30 mins. series for
BBC2 Wales

Up on the Downs
4x30 mins. series for
ITV West

Exmoor Encounters
6x30 mins. series for
ITV West & Westcountry

Animal Airport
8x30 mins. series for
Channel 5

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Meltdown
4x30 mins. series for
international current
affairs broadcaster

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Round Island Swim

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Mrs. Digby's curtains

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Lobster potting

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Wildlife Watchers

Sunday Brunch

Circus

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Paragliding

Pantsaph Friary

Little Terns

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The Hidden Edge of Exmoor

Westermill Farm

The Exmoor Hunt

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Fennic Foxes

Monkey onboard

The Queen's horse

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Bavaria

Fiji

Nepal