Some of this won't make a lot of sense out of context! It is the introductory film for the KOA Fifties Fandango 20th April 2013.
Everyone is waiting in anticipation for the first KOA event of the year, the Fifties Fandango. But there is a problem. The star performer, folk singer Peggy Seeger, hasn't turned up. Sylvia heads off in her 1950s MG to collect her. On the way we learn about the history and future of KOA and it's chosen charity for 2013 the Children's Radio Foundation.
After Effects jiggerypokery by Jim Gwilliam, precarious camera stunts by Tom Tullar, sound by Andrew Carslaw, with Nina Tullar keeping things on the road Car and driver courtesy of the MG Car Club Abingdon.
Separate versions of the KOA segment and CRF segment will be available shortly.
For information about KOA and how you can get involved visit: koa.org.uk