1. Defiance Promotions Podcast 06.02.12

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    Cooper & Rob present the first ever Defiance Promotions podcast, featuring acts that will be playing at Sanctuary, Barrow-in-Furness on Friday 30th March 2012. And yes, we are fully aware we sound like complete goons, but we had fun making this. https://www.facebook.com/events/334493616591240/ https://www.facebook.com/DefiancePromotion https://www.facebook.com/SanctuaryNorthWest https://www.facebook.com/HLTCUK https://www.facebook.com/beyondbetrayal https://www.facebook.com/fallofruin https://www.facebook.com/amomentlostuk https://www.facebook.com/BuriedByTheSirens https://www.facebook.com/pages/Northern-Shores/135402439842667 https://www.facebook.com/dpmusicproduction

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    • Untitled

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      from BERNARD DEVLIN. / Added

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      • Charlie and Ling highlights

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        from Brian Robertson / Added

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        filmed mat Abbey House Hotel. Barrow in Furness. Oct 2011. Original sound track replaced with copyright free music.

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        • Cumbria Crystal

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          from Chris Abram / Added

          Cumbria Crystal welcome visitors to their manufacturing unit in Ulverston in the Lake District on the northen coast of Morecambe Bay in the north of England. Here we see the staff firing the crystal and watch the engraver in close up creating his delicate patterns. This is a clip from "Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 3 The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands". Award winning heritage film director Chris Abram has made a series of high definition films about the Lune Valley and Morecambe Bay area in which he lives. His highly accaimed "Our Heritage" series has recently been added to with Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Parts 1, 2 and 3. Part 1 covers from Fleetwood, through Glasson Dock and historic Sunderland Point. Heysham, with its stone cut graves, harbour, historic church and village. Morecambe and its heritage as shown in Victorian photographs and vintage film from every decade since 1901 as well as up to date filming in high definition. The coastline of beautiful, and treacherous, Morecambe Bay including the railway town of Carnforth, Silverdale & Arnside, until we reach Levens Hall. Here Chris Abram talks to its owners Susie and Hal Bagot before taking a video tour of the house and the oldest surviving topiary gardens in the UK. Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 2 “The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands” covers Edwardian seaside resort Grange over Sands. A personal interview with The Queens’ Guide to the Sands Cedric Robinson and a crossing of the bay. Flookburgh and the award winning short film “Six Miles Into the Bay” featuring a day out on the sands tractor shrimping with Michael Wilson. The Cumbria Steam Gathering. Cartmel, its Priory, races and Holker Hall. Also the Leven Valley with its Dolly Blue works, gunpowder works and historic Backbarrow Iron Works. The story of the Furness Railway. The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway. Lakeland Motor Museum. Also Stott Park Bobbin mill. It ends with the story of Greenodd as a once major port and its links with Arthur Ransome, of Swallows and Amazons fame. Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 3 “The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands” covers historic Ulverston as the once “Capital of Furness.” The Ulverstone to Lancaster Railway. Sir John Barrow, renovation of the Hoad Monument. Ulverston Canal, Chapel Island, Plumtons’ mysterious magic lantern and unique film of the disappearing Collins Weir. Newlands historic iron furnace. Inside Cumbria Crystal. Unique historic film of High Carling Sanatorium. Ulverston as a festival town and cameras were at the annual Dickensian Christmas Festival and the Furness Tradition Folk Festival. Our cameras were also at the unveiling of the prestigious Laurel & Hardy statue and the film includes an interview with the sculptor Graham Ibbeson. The Ulverston sequence ends with the story of Swarthmoor Hall and its importance to Quakers. The film carries on telling the story of the iron ore of Lindal, Marton and candles. The South Lakes Animal Park is featured before we cover the story of Furness Abbey. It is then on to Urswick with its thousands of years of history and the Tunwinni Cross. Then it is via Birkrigg Common to the story of Conishead Priory, Aldingham, Gleaston Water Mill and the coast to Barrow in Furness and Dalton. The development and growth of Barrow is covered, with its iron and steel works, shipbuilding, docks and Vickers, featuring unique footage of the famous “Vickers Rush”. The excellent Dock Museum and Barrow as a major submarine builder with unique footage of one of the earliest submarines to be launched, as well as the launching of an oil tanker. Included is a stop frame motion film of the dismantling of Barrows’ famous landmark, the big yellow crane. Finally it is on to the story of Roa Island, Piel Island and Walney Island For further information and to purchase any of the "Our Heritage" dvd's visit www.heritagevideoproductions.co.uk. Email chris@eventspecialists.co.uk

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          • South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Cumbria

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            from Chris Abram / Added

            This exciting animal park allows the public to get up close to a wide range of animals. Ever fed a giraffe without it having to bend down? I am not a great lover of zoos but the day I spent here was not only exciting but also taught myself and hundreds of children what wildlife conservation was all about. This is a clip from "Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 3 The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands". Award winning heritage film director Chris Abram has made a series of high definition films about the Lune Valley and Morecambe Bay area in which he lives. His highly accaimed "Our Heritage" series has recently been added to with Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Parts 1, 2 and 3. Part 1 covers from Fleetwood, through Glasson Dock and historic Sunderland Point. Heysham, with its stone cut graves, harbour, historic church and village. Morecambe and its heritage as shown in Victorian photographs and vintage film from every decade since 1901 as well as up to date filming in high definition. The coastline of beautiful, and treacherous, Morecambe Bay including the railway town of Carnforth, Silverdale & Arnside, until we reach Levens Hall. Here Chris Abram talks to its owners Susie and Hal Bagot before taking a video tour of the house and the oldest surviving topiary gardens in the UK. Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 2 “The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands” covers Edwardian seaside resort Grange over Sands. A personal interview with The Queens’ Guide to the Sands Cedric Robinson and a crossing of the bay. Flookburgh and the award winning short film “Six Miles Into the Bay” featuring a day out on the sands tractor shrimping with Michael Wilson. The Cumbria Steam Gathering. Cartmel, its Priory, races and Holker Hall. Also the Cartmel Valley with its Dolly Blue works, gunpowder works and historic Backbarrow Iron Works. The story of the Furness Railway. The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway. Lakeland Motor Museum. Also Stott Park Bobbin mill. It ends with the story of Greenodd as a once major port and its links with Arthur Ransome, of Swallows and Amazons fame. Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 3 “The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands” covers historic Ulverston as the once “Capital of Furness.” The Ulverstone to Lancaster Railway. Sir John Barrow, renovation of the Hoad Monument. Ulverston Canal, Chapel Island, Plumtons’ mysterious magic lantern and unique film of the disappearing Collins Weir. Newlands historic iron furnace. Inside Cumbria Crystal. Unique historic film of High Carling Sanatorium. Ulverston as a festival town and cameras were at the annual Dickensian Christmas Festival and the Furness Tradition Folk Festival. Our cameras were also at the unveiling of the prestigious Laurel & Hardy statue and the film includes an interview with the sculptor Graham Ibbeson. The Ulverston sequence ends with the story of Swarthmoor Hall and its importance to Quakers. The film carries on telling the story of the iron ore of Lindal, Marton and candles. The South Lakes Animal Park is featured before we cover the story of Furness Abbey. It is then on to Urswick with its thousands of years of history and the Tunwinni Cross. Then it is via Birkrigg Common to the story of Conishead Priory, Aldingham, Gleaston Water Mill and the coast to Barrow in Furness and Dalton. The development and growth of Barrow is covered, with its iron and steel works, shipbuilding, docks and Vickers, featuring unique footage of the famous “Vickers Rush”. The excellent Dock Museum and Barrow as a major submarine builder with unique footage of one of the earliest submarines to be launched, as well as the launching of an oil tanker. Included is a stop frame motion film of the dismantling of Barrows’ famous landmark, the big yellow crane. Finally it is on to the story of Roa Island, Piel Island and Walney Island For further information and to purchase any of the "Our Heritage" dvd's visit www.heritagevideoproductions.co.uk. Email chris@eventspecialists.co.uk

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            • Laurel & Hardy statue unveiling, Ulverston

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              from Chris Abram / Added

              This iconic Ulverston statue was sculpted by Graham Ibbeson and the clip includes an interview with him before the statue is unveiled by Ken Dodd. The story of this wonderful day in historic Ulverston in the English Lake District. This is a clip from "Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 3 The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands". Award winning heritage film director Chris Abram has made a series of high definition films about the Lune Valley and Morecambe Bay area in which he lives. His highly accaimed "Our Heritage" series has recently been added to with Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Parts 1, 2 and 3. Part 1 covers from Fleetwood, through Glasson Dock and historic Sunderland Point. Heysham, with its stone cut graves, harbour, historic church and village. Morecambe and its heritage as shown in Victorian photographs and vintage film from every decade since 1901 as well as up to date filming in high definition. The coastline of beautiful, and treacherous, Morecambe Bay including the railway town of Carnforth, Silverdale & Arnside, until we reach Levens Hall. Here Chris Abram talks to its owners Susie and Hal Bagot before taking a video tour of the house and the oldest surviving topiary gardens in the UK. Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 2 “The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands” covers Edwardian seaside resort Grange over Sands. A personal interview with The Queens’ Guide to the Sands Cedric Robinson and a crossing of the bay. Flookburgh and the award winning short film “Six Miles Into the Bay” featuring a day out on the sands tractor shrimping with Michael Wilson. The Cumbria Steam Gathering. Cartmel, its Priory, races and Holker Hall. Also the Cartmel Valley with its Dolly Blue works, gunpowder works and historic Backbarrow Iron Works. The story of the Furness Railway. The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway. Lakeland Motor Museum. Also Stott Park Bobbin mill. It ends with the story of Greenodd as a once major port and its links with Arthur Ransome, of Swallows and Amazons fame. Morecambe Bay Our Heritage Part 3 “The Real Lancashire Coast North of the Sands” covers historic Ulverston as the once “Capital of Furness.” The Ulverstone to Lancaster Railway. Sir John Barrow, renovation of the Hoad Monument. Ulverston Canal, Chapel Island, Plumtons’ mysterious magic lantern and unique film of the disappearing Collins Weir. Newlands historic iron furnace. Inside Cumbria Crystal. Unique historic film of High Carling Sanatorium. Ulverston as a festival town and cameras were at the annual Dickensian Christmas Festival and the Furness Tradition Folk Festival. Our cameras were also at the unveiling of the prestigious Laurel & Hardy statue and the film includes an interview with the sculptor Graham Ibbeson. The Ulverston sequence ends with the story of Swarthmoor Hall and its importance to Quakers. The film carries on telling the story of the iron ore of Lindal, Marton and candles. The South Lakes Animal Park is featured before we cover the story of Furness Abbey. It is then on to Urswick with its thousands of years of history and the Tunwinni Cross. Then it is via Birkrigg Common to the story of Conishead Priory, Aldingham, Gleaston Water Mill and the coast to Barrow in Furness and Dalton. The development and growth of Barrow is covered, with its iron and steel works, shipbuilding, docks and Vickers, featuring unique footage of the famous “Vickers Rush”. The excellent Dock Museum and Barrow as a major submarine builder with unique footage of one of the earliest submarines to be launched, as well as the launching of an oil tanker. Included is a stop frame motion film of the dismantling of Barrows’ famous landmark, the big yellow crane. Finally it is on to the story of Roa Island, Piel Island and Walney Island For further information and to purchase any of the "Our Heritage" dvd's visit www.heritagevideoproductions.co.uk. Email chris@eventspecialists.co.uk

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              • FON2011 - Tom Scott

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                from Octopus Collective / Added

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                • FON 2011 - AGF

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                  • FON2011 - Philip Jeck

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                    • Mi Casa

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                      from Pete Wilson / Added

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                      Video by Mike Scott and Ben Tomlinson Song, Tom Trago - Use Me Again (Original Mix) www.tinyurl.com/micasasecret Mi Casa & Friends is a free non profit party, Its all about the music

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