• The Great Bath Feast: The Bertinet Bakery

    Richard Bertinet of the Bertinet Kitchen in Bath, speaks about his passion for baking and how they’ll be involved with this year’s Great Bath Feast. The Great Bath Feast is a month-long celebration, an excuse for visitors and residents alike to taste new flavours, learn new skills, seek out new experiences and, above all, enjoy themselves and socialise. Famous for its hospitality since Georgian times, today’s World Heritage city offers a fabulous choice of hostelries and eateries and has many […]

     
  • The Great Bath Feast: Demuths Vegetarian Cookery School

    Rachel Demuth talks about seasonal recipes using fresh local produce, and how Demuths will be involved with this year’s Great Bath Feast. The Great Bath Feast is a month-long celebration, an excuse for visitors and residents alike to taste new flavours, learn new skills, seek out new experiences and, above all, enjoy themselves and socialise. Famous for its hospitality since Georgian times, today’s World Heritage city offers a fabulous choice of hostelries and eateries and has many interesting foodie stories […]

     
  • Bath Gets Yarn Bombed!

    Bath’s honey gold stone columns have been colourfully adorned with over 2,000 handmade woollen flowers. Yarn bombing, urban graffiti with wool, took place in Bath on Thursday 1st May in time for the city’s annual Fashion fest Bath in Fashion 2014. The roses which have been crocheted by volunteers in a series of workshops led by local textile artist Emma Leith. For every rose created, Bath company Cloud Direct will pledge 10p to Kids Company providing practical, emotional and educational […]

     
  • Thai students create 1,000 origami cranes for sick children in Bath

    A group of Thai students who are spending time living and learning in Bath have been working hard to help sick children at Bath’s Royal United Hospital. The students, who are studying with Languages United, a language school based in Walcot Street, made 1,000 origami cranes with the help of the school’s Japanese teacher Meiko. Thousand Origami Cranes is a group of one thousand origami paper cranes held together by strings. As a symbol of good luck, the students donated […]

     
  • Team Bath – Rosie Allison targets Glasgow 2014

    Find out how Team Bath and England shooter Rosie Allison balances her netball training with studying for a Biology degree at the University of Bath. “We’re lucky to have so many talented players in Bath,” she said. “It’s intense, but we have a really good work ethic.” The talented shooting star also discusses her goal of representing England at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. For futher information about Team Bath please go to www.teambath.com Like Bath On TV? Stay connected […]

     
  • Mum, You’re No.1: SouthGate, Bath

    SouthGate Bath have been busy sharing the love for Mother’s Day! They gave away a bunch of flowers each to some lucky Mums shopping in SouthGate. We hope you all had a lovely Mother’s Day. Discover over 60 fantastic stores and restaurants full of all your favourite high street brands, the latest looks and delicious food. From children’s fashion and technology to beauty and accessories there’s more to explore at SouthGate Bath. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll […]

     
  • GigaBath: Making Bath a 21st Century Digital City

    Gradwell Communications has announced its plans to make Bath City Centre the site of South West’s fastest Business District with the launch of GigaBath, a  fibre optic network deployment, bringing gigafast fibre connections to the City Centre. The deployment is enabled through a partnership where Gradwell Communications leases the fibre network infrastructure from CityFibre to provide gigabit speed connectivity to businesses located in an area covering an arc from James Street West, through Charles Street, Chapel Row, Queen Square, Gay […]

     
  • Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 3)

    Hundreds of Bath’s most ardent Twitter users had a chance to put a face to a handle last week at the Bath Tweet Up. Local businessman Paul Kellers and Sara Fairchild from Coffee at Camden were behind the event, which sent Bath’s Twitter community into something of a frenzy. Just days after the event was announced, hundreds of ‘followers’ signed up and The Porter, where the Tweet Up took place, was packed on the night. Bath On TV went along […]

     
  • Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 2)

    Hundreds of Bath’s most ardent Twitter users had a chance to put a face to a handle last week at the Bath Tweet Up. Local businessman Paul Kellers and Sara Fairchild from Coffee at Camden were behind the event, which sent Bath’s Twitter community into something of a frenzy. Just days after the event was announced, hundreds of ‘followers’ signed up and The Porter, where the Tweet Up took place, was packed on the night. Bath On TV went along to the event with a green screen and met […]

     
 
 
  • The Great Bath Feast: The Bertinet Bakery

    The Great Bath Feast: The Bertinet Bakery

    Richard Bertinet of the Bertinet Kitchen in Bath, speaks about his passion for baking and how they’ll be involved with this year’s Great Bath Feast. The Great Bath Feast is a month-long celebration, an excuse for visitors and residents alike to taste new flavours, learn new skills, seek out new experiences and, above all, enjoy themselves and socialise. Famous for its hospitality since Georgian times, today’s World Heritage city offers a fabulous choice of hostelries and eateries and has many […]

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  • The Great Bath Feast: Demuths Vegetarian Cookery School

    The Great Bath Feast: Demuths Vegetarian Cookery School

    Rachel Demuth talks about seasonal recipes using fresh local produce, and how Demuths will be involved with this year’s Great Bath Feast. The Great Bath Feast is a month-long celebration, an excuse for visitors and residents alike to taste new flavours, learn new skills, seek out new experiences and, above all, enjoy themselves and socialise. Famous for its hospitality since Georgian times, today’s World Heritage city offers a fabulous choice of hostelries and eateries and has many interesting foodie stories […]

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  • Bath Gets Yarn Bombed!

    Bath Gets Yarn Bombed!

    Bath’s honey gold stone columns have been colourfully adorned with over 2,000 handmade woollen flowers. Yarn bombing, urban graffiti with wool, took place in Bath on Thursday 1st May in time for the city’s annual Fashion fest Bath in Fashion 2014. The roses which have been crocheted by volunteers in a series of workshops led by local textile artist Emma Leith. For every rose created, Bath company Cloud Direct will pledge 10p to Kids Company providing practical, emotional and educational […]

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  • Thai students create 1,000 origami cranes for sick children in Bath

    Thai students create 1,000 origami cranes for sick children in Bath

    A group of Thai students who are spending time living and learning in Bath have been working hard to help sick children at Bath’s Royal United Hospital. The students, who are studying with Languages United, a language school based in Walcot Street, made 1,000 origami cranes with the help of the school’s Japanese teacher Meiko. Thousand Origami Cranes is a group of one thousand origami paper cranes held together by strings. As a symbol of good luck, the students donated […]

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  • Team Bath – Rosie Allison targets Glasgow 2014

    Team Bath – Rosie Allison targets Glasgow 2014

    Find out how Team Bath and England shooter Rosie Allison balances her netball training with studying for a Biology degree at the University of Bath. “We’re lucky to have so many talented players in Bath,” she said. “It’s intense, but we have a really good work ethic.” The talented shooting star also discusses her goal of representing England at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. For futher information about Team Bath please go to www.teambath.com Like Bath On TV? Stay connected […]

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  • Mum, You’re No.1: SouthGate, Bath

    Mum, You’re No.1: SouthGate, Bath

    SouthGate Bath have been busy sharing the love for Mother’s Day! They gave away a bunch of flowers each to some lucky Mums shopping in SouthGate. We hope you all had a lovely Mother’s Day. Discover over 60 fantastic stores and restaurants full of all your favourite high street brands, the latest looks and delicious food. From children’s fashion and technology to beauty and accessories there’s more to explore at SouthGate Bath. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll […]

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  • GigaBath: Making Bath a 21st Century Digital City

    GigaBath: Making Bath a 21st Century Digital City

    Gradwell Communications has announced its plans to make Bath City Centre the site of South West’s fastest Business District with the launch of GigaBath, a  fibre optic network deployment, bringing gigafast fibre connections to the City Centre. The deployment is enabled through a partnership where Gradwell Communications leases the fibre network infrastructure from CityFibre to provide gigabit speed connectivity to businesses located in an area covering an arc from James Street West, through Charles Street, Chapel Row, Queen Square, Gay […]

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  • Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 3)

    Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 3)

    Hundreds of Bath’s most ardent Twitter users had a chance to put a face to a handle last week at the Bath Tweet Up. Local businessman Paul Kellers and Sara Fairchild from Coffee at Camden were behind the event, which sent Bath’s Twitter community into something of a frenzy. Just days after the event was announced, hundreds of ‘followers’ signed up and The Porter, where the Tweet Up took place, was packed on the night. Bath On TV went along […]

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  • Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 2)

    Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 2)

    Hundreds of Bath’s most ardent Twitter users had a chance to put a face to a handle last week at the Bath Tweet Up. Local businessman Paul Kellers and Sara Fairchild from Coffee at Camden were behind the event, which sent Bath’s Twitter community into something of a frenzy. Just days after the event was announced, hundreds of ‘followers’ signed up and The Porter, where the Tweet Up took place, was packed on the night. Bath On TV went along to the event with a green screen and met […]

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  • Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 1)

    Putting A Face To A Tweet: The Bath Tweet Up (Part 1)

    Hundreds of Bath’s most ardent Twitter users had a chance to put a face to a handle last week at the Bath Tweet Up. Local businessman Paul Kellers and Sara Fairchild from Coffee at Camden were behind the event, which sent Bath’s Twitter community into something of a frenzy. Just days after the event was announced, hundreds of ‘followers’ signed up and The Porter, where the Tweet Up took place, was packed on the night. Bath On TV went along to the […]

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  • Tracing the Chinese History of Bath

    Tracing the Chinese History of Bath

    Eastern Voices in the West Country exhibition is the result of the first oral history project by Museum of East Asian Art, which looks into the previously unexplored history of Chinese immigrants in Bath. The new exhibition opens at the Museum of East Asian Art from Sunday 18th January 2014. The project is supported by the Bath and North East Somerset Performance Reward Grant. To strengthen Museum’s role in promoting cultural understanding within local communities, Eastern Voices in the West […]

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  • Universal Credit is on the way, Curo explains how it works

    Universal Credit is on the way, Curo explains how it works

    The government is starting to roll out ‘Universal Credit’. Universal Credit is a new simple monthly payment for people in and out of work. Instead of receiving lots of different benefits (including housing benefit) people will receive a single monthly payment known as Universal Credit. The government expects that claims will be made online and that payments will be made to a bank account. Universal Credit isn’t going to be introduced for everyone at the same time; but it will […]

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  • Swimmer Andrew Willis’s preparations for Glasgow 2014

    Swimmer Andrew Willis’s preparations for Glasgow 2014

    Andrew Willis, who in 2012 reached the Olympic 200m Breaststroke finals, talks about how he balances his sport with his studies as he attempts to get selected for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Andrew combines studying for a Chemical Engineering degree at the University of Bath with training at British Swimming’s Bath Intensive Training Centre. He just missed out on a medal at the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona, finishing fourth in the 200m breaststroke final, a repeat performance of […]

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  • The best of French baking at The Bertinet Bakery & Café

    The best of French baking at The Bertinet Bakery & Café

    The Bertinet Bakery & Café brings Bath the very best of French baking, courtesy of renowned French chef and baker, Richard Bertinet. From croissants to die for to a salted caramel brownie that makes life worth living. Parfait! Set amid Brunel’s railway arches and overlooking a beautiful open Piazza, The Vaults has 6 culinary delights to add to SouthGate’s already impressive menu. Video produced by Bath On TV. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find […]

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  • Jika Jika at The Vaults, Bath

    Jika Jika at The Vaults, Bath

    Jika Jika is the brainchild of Bath, England and British Lions rugby legends Matt Stevens and Lee Mears. Together they have created this business out of a love for coffee and an acknowledgement of the need for a truly amazing cup in the city of Bath. All commuters with valid train or bus tickets are offered 10% discount in store all day every day! Jika Jika’s new winter menu offers our usual display of cakes and pastries as well as […]

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  • Traditional Italian dishes at Prezzo, The Vaults in Bath

    Traditional Italian dishes at Prezzo, The Vaults in Bath

    Prezzo serves great tasting Italian food in comfortable, contemporary and stylish surroundings. Many of the restaurants are recognised for their architectural value, providing the ideal backdrop to enjoy Italian food and friendly service. Set amid Brunel’s railway arches and overlooking a beautiful open Piazza, The Vaults has 6 culinary delights to add to SouthGate’s already impressive menu. Video produced by Bath On TV. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what […]

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  • Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Bath

    Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Bath

    At Gourmet Burger Kitchen it’s all about the burger. Using the freshest ingredients to create classic and innovative taste combinations, GBK are proud to serve burgers made with 100% West Country beef, simply seasoned and cooked to order every time. Set amid Brunel’s railway arches and overlooking a beautiful open Piazza, The Vaults has 6 culinary delights to add to SouthGate’s already impressive menu. Video produced by Bath On TV. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates […]

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  • Graze Bar, Brewery & Chophouse

    Graze Bar, Brewery & Chophouse

    SouthGate Bath‘s very own steak house and brewery Graze, invites you on an exclusive tour. Graze Bar, Brewery & Chophouse is Bath Ales’ take on a modern pub, somewhere to enjoy a pint of carefully crafted cask ale together with home-made bar snacks, choose a glass of wine from the specially selected boutique range to accompany a simple hearty lunch, or dive into the full menu with its strong focus on British meat cookery. Set amid Brunel’s railway arches and […]

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  • Talented Loredana wins SouthGate Bath’s Piano Competition

    Talented Loredana wins SouthGate Bath’s Piano Competition

    Throughout the summer, members of the public were encouraged to film themselves playing a piano that has was set up next to the lawn at SouthGate Bath, and then upload the video to SouthGate’s Facebook page to be in with a chance of winning the piano. Now, as summer comes to an end a winner has been chosen! Congratulations to Loredana Walsh who wowed everybody with her piano playing. Take a look at Loredana playing exclusively for Bath On TV […]

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  • Bath From Above: Spectacular Footage Offers A Bird’s Eye View Of The City

    Bath From Above: Spectacular Footage Offers A Bird’s Eye View Of The City

    See Bath’s honey-stoned buildings and bustling streets from a new perspective in this wonderful little aerial video. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • Bath’s Jane Austen Festival Grand Regency Costumed Promenade

    Bath’s Jane Austen Festival Grand Regency Costumed Promenade

    Anybody visiting Bath may have thought they had been transported back to the early nineteenth century earlier this month, when hundreds of people dressed in Regency Costume for the official opening of this year’s Jane Austen Festival, organised by Bath’s Jane Austen Centre. Departing, with kind permission of the residents, from Royal Crescent lawn, accompanied by red coats and navy officers and led by Bath’s own town crier and drums, the promenade lasted about 90 minues and ended in Parade […]

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  • “Smiles And Amazing Memories” ~ Athletes Shine At Special Olympics 2013 In Bath

    “Smiles And Amazing Memories” ~ Athletes Shine At Special Olympics 2013 In Bath

    Special Olympics GB Chief Executive Karen Wallin said athletes went home from the Bath 2013 Games ‘smiling and with amazing memories’. Karen praised the facilities at the University of Bath’s Claverton Down campus, which hosted athlete accommodation and most of the sports. She said she couldn’t have wished for a more successful Games. “In my wildest dreams I could not have wished for a more successful event,” she said. “The athletes, who all have intellectual disabilities, have gone home smiling […]

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  • ‘Gangsters and Gunslingers’ at the American Museum in Britain

    ‘Gangsters and Gunslingers’ at the American Museum in Britain

    Gangsters and Gunslingers is the American Museum in Britain’s showcase exhibition for 2013.  The exhibition brings together two mythic moments in the history of the United States that shaped America’s national identity: the Wild West (mid 1860s to the late 1880s) and the wild years of the Prohibition/Depression era (1920s and early 1930s). Each epoch produced legendary characters who have become famous and infamous: Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane, Bonnie and Clyde to name but a few.  These characters were immortalised […]

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  • Social Stylist Alex gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    Social Stylist Alex gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    This Summer at SouthGate Bath we hosted a ‘Summer Style Challenge’, where we asked Bath’s most stylish to nominate themselves for the chance to become one of our official ‘Social Stylists’. Introducing the second of our winners, Alex Noble, aged 24! Competition judge and SouthGate’s personal stylist, Emmeline Stevens, describes Alex as “sexy, sassy and stylish”. She says “the photos from Alex’s competition entry suggested she is confident and relatively classic with her style, but she’s interesting in the way […]

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  • Introducing ‘The Guild’… A Coworking Community in Bath

    Introducing ‘The Guild’… A Coworking Community in Bath

    The Guild is a new coworking space for tech and creative people based in central Bath. Located in the Guild Hall, the hub comprises 3,500 square feet of newly redeveloped space across a number of rooms, with secure bike lockup, showers, free tea and coffee, a choice of coworking environments, plus access to various meeting and phoning rooms. Bath On TV visited the hub to take a look around… Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll […]

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  • Summer and Autumn in the city… Bath Tourism Plus highlights what’s coming up

    Summer and Autumn in the city… Bath Tourism Plus highlights what’s coming up

    Bath On TV is pleased to bring you an official round-up of some of the highlights of what’s happening over the coming months in the city, courtesy of Bath Tourism Plus. For a more in-depth look at what’s on, log on to visitbath.co.uk. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • What’s On At Bath’s Little Theatre Cinema?

    What’s On At Bath’s Little Theatre Cinema?

    Bath On TV, with the help of Richard and Jennifer, brings you a round-up of what’s currently showing at The Little Theatre in Bath. The Little Theatre Cinema was built by community theatre pioneer Consuelo de Reyes and her husband in 1935. It initially functioned as a news theatre open from midday and showing hourly programmes of documentaries and newsreels. Feature films were first shown in 1939, the first two being “Peg of Old Drury” starring Anna Neagle followed by “Oh Mr Porter” starring Will […]

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  • Social Stylist Jessica gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    Social Stylist Jessica gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    Last month at SouthGate Bath we kicked off our Summer Style Challenge, asking Bath’s most stylish to nominate themselves for the chance to become one of our official ‘Social Stylists’. Introducing the third of our five winners, Jess Robinson, aged 22! Watch the video of her Summer Style Challenge at SouthGate to see how she got on. Competition judge and SouthGate’s personal stylist, Emmeline Stevens, says Jess’s competition entry stood out from others in her age group with her background […]

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  • Social Stylist Rosie gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    Social Stylist Rosie gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    This Summer at SouthGate Bath we hosted a ‘Summer Style Challenge’, where we asked Bath’s most stylish to nominate themselves for the chance to become one of our official ‘Social Stylists’. Introducing the second of our winners, Rosie Franklin, aged 17! Competition judge and SouthGate’s personal stylist, Emmeline Stevens, says Rosie’s photos from her competition entry caught her eye and that she looked fun, eccentric and individual. She says “I find it fascinating how Rosie takes inspiration from fictional characters […]

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  • Sir Chris Hoy rides around Odd Down Cycle Circuit

    Sir Chris Hoy rides around Odd Down Cycle Circuit

    Cyclists of all ages were invited to join Sir Chris Hoy for a special ride around Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Odd Down Cycle Circuit on Wednesday 19 June. The eleven-time World Champion and six-time Olympic cycling champion was making a unique visit to the Council’s new 1.5km closed road circuit, which was funded by British Cycling, as part of his HOY Bikes UK tour Chris said, “Facilities like Odd Down Cycle Circuit are great for cyclists of all levels, whether […]

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  • Social Stylist Christina gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate, Bath for The Big Day

    Social Stylist Christina gets her wardrobe organised at SouthGate, Bath for The Big Day

    Last month at SouthGate Bath we kicked off our Summer Style Challenge, asking Bath’s most stylish to nominate themselves for the chance to become one of our official ‘Social Stylists’. Introducing the first of our five winners, Christina Sim, aged 36 from Bath! Competition judge and SouthGate’s personal stylist, Emmeline Stevens, says she chose Christina because of her classic chic elegance and described her as “an inspiration to her age group”. As a professional fashion blogger, Christina knows her stuff, […]

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  • Spotlight On: Moorland Road, Bath

    Spotlight On: Moorland Road, Bath

    Bath On TV caught up with Bath & North East Somerset Councillor for Oldfield Ward, David Dixon and local resident and Transition Bath member, Simon Jilley who explain the buzz around Moorland Road. Located south of Oldfield Park Station, Moorland Road is a bustling area of Bath, popular with young professionals, families, and students. As well as having a presence on Twitter, an ‘Amazing Moorland Road’ movement also has its own page on Facebook. Check out the video out and […]

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  • Eat Bath With Simi: Episode 2 ~ ‘Rhubarb’

    Eat Bath With Simi: Episode 2 ~ ‘Rhubarb’

    Bath On TV joins forces with local food enthusiast, cookery teacher and organic food advocate Simi, of Simi’s Kitchen, for its series ‘Eat Bath With Simi’. In each episode, Simi will be sharing some of her favourite foraging finds in and around Bath and demonstrating how they can be used as tasty ingredients. This week, we head to Bath Organic Group Community Garden where Simi has grown some rhubarb – perfect for a crumble! Simi’s Bath Rhubarb Crumble for two: Recipe […]

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  • Bath’s Mayor, Cllr Andrew Furse takes a look back at his year in office

    Bath’s Mayor, Cllr Andrew Furse takes a look back at his year in office

    Ahead of the Charter Trustees’ Annual Meeting and Election of a new Mayor on 1st June 2013, Bath On TV caught up with outgoing Mayor, Councillor Andrew Furse for a chat about his year in the role. The Mayor’s theme throughout the year has been ‘NEET Opportunities – the Business of Youth’. Andrew is an advocate for community and recognises that one of the challenges facing the city, and the whole of the UK, is youth unemployment. This is shown […]

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  • Bath steps up to the plate for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day 2013

    Bath steps up to the plate for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day 2013

    Bath was one of many towns and cities across the world that collectively marked Food Revolution Day 2013 last Friday. The annual day of awareness for better food education and cooking skills across the world was started last year by Jamie Oliver. The global focus of the Food Revolution was London, where Jamie Oliver hosted a day of food, fun and surprises at a street party outside his restaurant, Fifteen, in Shoreditch. Here in Bath, Green Park Station was buzzing […]

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  • Budding Bath florists to showcase talents at major UK events

    Budding Bath florists to showcase talents at major UK events

    City of Bath College’s Floristry students have been invited to showcase their talents at this year’s Tatton Park, Hampton Court and Chelsea Flower Shows. One of the students, Megan Troughton will be representing City of Bath College at the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show. She secured her place at the prestigious five-day flower show after winning the over 25s regional heats at London’s Covent Garden. The 31-year-old went head-to-head with other trainee florists from around the country to design a winning […]

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  • Bath plays host to Team GB Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics media summit

    Bath plays host to Team GB Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics media summit

    The British Olympic Association held its Sochi 2014 conference and media summit at the University of Bath in August. Bath On TV went along to catch up with some of Team GB’s officials and athletes hoping to compete at the next Olympic Winter Games. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • Social Stylist Edo gets his wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    Social Stylist Edo gets his wardrobe organised at SouthGate!

    This season at SouthGate Bath we kicked off our Summer Style Challenge, asking Bath’s most stylish to nominate themselves for the chance to become one of our official ‘Social Stylists’. Introducing the fifth of our five winners, Edo, aged 17! Watch the video of his Summer Style Challenge at SouthGate to see how he got on. Competition judge and SouthGate’s personal stylist, Emmeline Stevens, says Edo stood out from the other males competition entries as he has a very unique […]

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  • Bath’s British Modern Pentathlon stars prepare for World Championships

    Bath’s British Modern Pentathlon stars prepare for World Championships

    Bath On TV caught up with members of the British modern pentathlon team as they prepared for the 2013 World Championships in Chinese Taipei. The team has been based at the University of Bath since 1999. Catch up with the thoughts of University of Bath graduate Mhairi Spence as she prepares to defend her World Championship title and Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray, and see what Pentathlon GB Performance Director Jan Bartu has to say about the championships and the […]

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  • Celebrity stylist Adee Phelan opens hair salon in Bath

    Celebrity stylist Adee Phelan opens hair salon in Bath

    One of Britain’s most famous celebrity hair stylists, Award-winning Adee Phelan has numerous celebrity clients, including Liza Minnelli, and David Beckham. His styling of Beckham for an iconic cover of GQ magazine in particular garnered him much attention, as has his personal brand of products and hairdressing tools. Following from the success of the luxury London salon, and another £1.5million “celebrity super salon” in Birmingham, Adee Phelan has brought his own brand of inspirational styling to SouthGate Bath with a […]

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  • A Famous Party In Bath… An exclusive performance by Su Hart of Baka Beyond

    A Famous Party In Bath… An exclusive performance by Su Hart of Baka Beyond

    Austen, Beau Nash, Gainsborough, Herschel, Wood… It’s not often you hear those names in the same sentence. What do they have in common? The answer is Bath, as you’ll discover in this brilliant song performed by Bath’s very own Su Hart, from the band Baka Beyond, and written by Deb Wright. Bath On TV paid a visit to Su’s home where we were treated to an exclusive performance. Baka Beyond is a world music group formed in 1992 with members […]

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  • Meet the man behind Bath’s quirky cartoons.. Bath On TV visits Perry Harris

    Meet the man behind Bath’s quirky cartoons.. Bath On TV visits Perry Harris

    Many people know his name and recognise his wonderful images from Bath’s Twitter community and now, ahead of an exhibition at Society Cafe this month, Bath On TV went to visit the man behind those cartoons.. Perry Harris. The exhibition will take place from May 20th to June 28th 2013, so pop in for a coffee and see some of Perry’s extraordinary images of Bath. You can also see his images online at www.perryharris.com and Tweet Perry @UhPerry Like Bath On […]

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  • Bath Catering Students Share Kitchen Tips With Italian Visitors

    Bath Catering Students Share Kitchen Tips With Italian Visitors

    International chefs of the future experienced cuisine lessons from their overseas peers recently at City of Bath College. Bath On TV went along to see what was cooking! Catering students from Bath and Italy came together to learn from each other in a cultural exchange. A group of 15 trainee chefs from C.F.P.A. Casargo in the province of Lecco spent five days at City of Bath College in what will hopefully be the first of many exchange trips. The 16 and […]

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  • Team Bath Rhythmic Gymnasts Set Sights on Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

    Team Bath Rhythmic Gymnasts Set Sights on Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

    Bath On TV went along to visit the City of Bath Rhythmic Gymnastics Club at Team Bath, to chat to Lynne Hutchison and Jade Faulkner who both have their sights set on competing in the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games next year. Our visit came just before Jade Faulkner won the first individual contest she has competed in for three years. She won the senior individual competition at the Attila Cup competition in Utrecht, Holland at the weekend. Lynne and Jade were part of a […]

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  • A rare sight.. The Roman Baths without any water! Bath International Music Festival’s Belinda Kidd explains all..

    A rare sight.. The Roman Baths without any water! Bath International Music Festival’s Belinda Kidd explains all..

    With the Bath International Music Festival just around the corner (Wednesday 22nd May – Sunday 2nd June), Bath On TV caught up with Chief Executive Belinda Kidd at the Roman Baths, which was unusually dry… The festival has an illustrious artistic history and has long been a well-established event of national significance and international reputation, presenting a dynamic mix of world-class performers.  It takes place over 12 days and showcases a rich range of high quality events featuring orchestral and classical […]

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  • Suzhou schoolchildren meet the Mayor of Bath

    Suzhou schoolchildren meet the Mayor of Bath

    A group of young students from Suzhou Foreign Language School, in Suzhou, China, were given a glimpse into a day in the life of the Mayor of Bath, Councillor Andrew Furse, recently. The students are part of an educational partnership Saint Gregory’s Catholic College has with Suzhou, in China. The College is a member of the Bath-Suzhou Education partnership, set up three years ago to foster links between the two cities, which share International Heritage status, although are in many […]

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  • Thousands flock to SouthGate Bath’s ‘Student Lock-In’

    Thousands flock to SouthGate Bath’s ‘Student Lock-In’

    Following the success of last year, Total Students brought the Student Lock-In back to SouthGate Bath last Thursday evening, with its trademark brand of frenzied student mania and a one-night-only party of crazy savings, cool giveaways and awesome activities. Bath On TV guest presenter (and Olympic rhythmic gymnast!) Georgina Cassar joined thousands of students at SouthGate Bath to get the lowdown. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! […]

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  • @theegg… A creative hub for young people in Bath

    @theegg… A creative hub for young people in Bath

    This new weekly Friday night event for young people aged 13+ at Bath’s egg theatre is programmed and produced by a team of young people. @theegg offers a great place to hang out, create, explore and share work including open-mic sessions, spoken word, film nights and performances. Whilst the egg theatre regularly stages shows and hosts workshops for teenagers, Lucy Howell, the egg’s Acting Head of Creative Learning, explains why @theegg is such an exciting new venture: “The egg theatre […]

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  • Eat Bath With Simi: Episode 1 ~ ‘Glorious Garlic’

    Eat Bath With Simi: Episode 1 ~ ‘Glorious Garlic’

    Bath On TV joins forces with local food enthusiast, cookery teacher and organic food advocate Simi, of Simi’s Kitchen, for its new series ‘Eat Bath With Simi’. In each episode, Simi will be sharing some of her favourite foraging finds in and around Bath and demonstrating how they can be used as tasty ingredients. Episode 1, shot in the beautiful surroundings of Prior Park, Bath. Simi explains how to use this delicious and abundant plant. Gather it from the slopes as you walk through […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘Shoot Me’ (PEYOTE) by Conor Purcell

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘Shoot Me’ (PEYOTE) by Conor Purcell

    Here’s the music video for ‘Shoot Me’ by Bath Spa third year student band PEYOTE from their debut album ‘Quite Like It’, due to be released on iTunes on 20th May. The video was produced by second year Bath Spa University student Conor Purcell. PEYOTE is a four piece blues, rock’n’roll band formed late 2010 and influenced by a mutual love of Quentin Tarantino movies. It was an insatiable thirst for the style, energy and emotion of the music that […]

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  • Netball at Team Bath: The road to Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

    Netball at Team Bath: The road to Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

    Dynamic Team Bath and England midcourter Serena Guthrie talks about her goals for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Team Bath. Head netball coach Jess Thirlby also speaks about Team Baths’ success at developing talented players at Team Bath’s world class facilities, training, and studying opportunities at the University of Bath. Video produced by Bath On TV. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow […]

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  • Bath celebrates fashion in style: Bath In Fashion Highlights 2013

    Bath celebrates fashion in style: Bath In Fashion Highlights 2013

    Bath in Fashion, one of the most talked-about fashion gatherings outside of London, came to a close last weekend. Here’s Bath On TV’s video highlights of the week-long festival. To celebrate the city’s fashionable legacy as a place to be seen, Bath in Fashion 2013 focussed on behind the seams at how fashion is presented. The event showcased a collection of fashion celebrities who make fashion happen – the people who put the model in the dress and the dress on […]

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  • Bath Girls Shine In Eton Design Fashion Competition

    Bath Girls Shine In Eton Design Fashion Competition

    The Royal High School Bath’s Gracie Payne was declared the winner of the Eton Design Bath in Fashion competition last week. Together with other Royal High School Bath girls, Francesca Butt and Amelia Matcham, Gracie was selected for the final of this exciting fashion design competition from Eton Design to design a red carpet dress using the company’s selection of furnishing fabrics and trimmings. They attended a photocall with legendary interior designer Nina Campbell at Eton Design’s prestigious Walcot Street showrooms […]

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  • And they’re off! Season opening success at Bath Racecourse

    And they’re off! Season opening success at Bath Racecourse

    Bath On TV joined the Mayor of Bath, Councillor Andrew Furse, and thousands of spectators at Bath Racecourse on Friday 19th April to celebrate the start of  their season. Situated on Lansdown Hill, overlooking the picturesque Roman city of Bath, Bath Racecourse offers exciting flat racing and premier hospitality. Steeoed in history, racing has taken place at Bath Racecourse since 1811 and the course hosts 20 flat racing fixtures between April and October. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Odyssey: A major contemporary art exhibition at Bath Abbey

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Odyssey: A major contemporary art exhibition at Bath Abbey

    Watch this amazing video of ‘Odyssey’, a major contemporary exhibition at the Abbey until 6 May (2013). Curated by bo.lee projects, ‘Odyssey’ brings together a collection of artworks which meditate upon the fragility, as well as the infinite possibility, of human existence. The video, produced by Matt Amor, will allow you to view all seven pieces from various angles, catch glimpses of the artists putting the finishing touches to their work in-situ, find out Patrick Haines’ own interpretation of all […]

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  • Bath In Fashion 2013: Celebrities design bags for online charity auction

    Bath In Fashion 2013: Celebrities design bags for online charity auction

    British Bagmaker’s pop up manufacturing display during Bath in Fashion 2013 has created one-of-a-kind bags designed by famous names and fashion celebrities.  Join the bidding for a one off handbag designed by one of the world’s most famous milliners, Stephen Jones; Interior Designer, Nina Campbell ; Olympic Gold Medallist, Amy Williams; super model Jade Parfitt; or Bath based fashion journalist and commentator, Iain R Webb. Following the success of the Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care, The Forever Friends Appeal at […]

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  • “SOCIAL STYLISTS WANTED” SouthGate Bath launches Summer Style Challenge

    “SOCIAL STYLISTS WANTED” SouthGate Bath launches Summer Style Challenge

    “SOCIAL STYLISTS WANTED” SouthGate, Bath are on the lookout for five talented would-be stylists to take part in our Summer Style Challenge to help inspire, create and share outfits from our fantastic stores. Think you’ve got what it takes? Make your statement now for the chance to become a SouthGate Social Stylist and even win yourself some brand new clobber for the new season from your favourite stores at SouthGate, Bath. In 100 words or less, give us the low-down […]

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  • Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing opens Candy Kittens pop-up shop in Bath

    Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing opens Candy Kittens pop-up shop in Bath

    Candy Kittens, the brainchild of Jamie Laing of “Made in Chelsea” fame opened a pop-up shop in Milsom Place during Bath in Fashion 2013 (13th to 21st Aprill 2013). After finishing school Jamie decided to take a year out and travel around South America and USA. This is where the idea of Candy Kittens was born. After visiting a sweet shop in New York, Jamie knew this is what he wanted to do. Bath in Fashion is one of the […]

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  • Traffic People in Bath Supports South West Designers (Bath In Fashion 2013)

    Traffic People in Bath Supports South West Designers (Bath In Fashion 2013)

    Traffic People Bath has welcomed a selection of local fashion and accessory designers to showcase their work in their beautiful Milsom Place boutique. ‘Traffic People Supports South West Designers’ presents local designers showcasing a diverse range of locally designed products from fashion to accessories, millinery to jewellery. All the designers on show are based in the South West of England and many of the products are handmade in the UK. Fashion PR, journalist and former manageress of  ’British Designers’ boutique […]

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  • Our time in Bath: International students talk about life in our city

    Our time in Bath: International students talk about life in our city

    Bath On TV’s guest presenter Sophie Kilbey chatted to a handful of international students who have moved over from Nigeria, Quatar and Vietnam to study at the Bath Academy, a private college situated in Queen Square, Bath. They talk about cultural differences, their time in the city and what they enjoy about Bath life. A recurring theme seems to be about the poor weather here! However, the students love the peacefulness of the city and the friendly locals. For more […]

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  • Celebrations as Bath’s ‘Two Tunnels’ open to the public

    Celebrations as Bath’s ‘Two Tunnels’ open to the public

    Bath On TV’s guest presenter Sophie Kilbey joined thousands of people who went along to the grand opening of The Two Tunnels route on Saturday April 6th. The opening day festivities were organised by Sustrans and the Two Tunnels Group which has campaigned for this project and helped make it happen. All proceeds from the day – as well as any money raised by Sustrans’ festival activities – will help with future maintenance of the Two Tunnels Greenway. The Two […]

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  • TOWIE star Lauren Pope visits Fabulous store in SouthGate Bath

    TOWIE star Lauren Pope visits Fabulous store in SouthGate Bath

    Bath On TV’s guest presenter Sophie Kilbey joined hundreds of fans of the reality TV star Lauren Pope when she visited Bath’s Fabulous store on Saturday 6th April 2013. Lauren, who is known for being on the hit ITV show The Only Way Is Essex (‘TOWIE’), is the new face of a popular jewellery line by Nikki Lissoni, which is available from the Fabulous store in SouthGate, Bath. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular […]

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  • What’s On at Bath’s Little Theatre?

    What’s On at Bath’s Little Theatre?

    Bath On TV, with the help of Martin and Jennifer, brings you a round-up of what’s currently showing at The Little Theatre in Bath. For information on times and dates visit the website at http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/The_Little/ The Little Theatre Cinema was built by community theatre pioneer Consuelo de Reyes and her husband in 1935. It initially functioned as a news theatre open from midday and showing hourly programmes of documentaries and newsreels. Feature films were first shown in 1939, the first two being “Peg of Old Drury” […]

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  • NEW SERIES: MindTwist (Episode 1)

    NEW SERIES: MindTwist (Episode 1)

    ‘Curiosity from a parallel black and white dimension leads to a broken spoon and the mental entanglement of two imperfect strangers.’ MindTwist comprises four episodes, each about 20-25 minutes long, all filmed in and around Bath. The filmmakers at the forefront of the production are talented 5D/C300 cinematographer and writer Owen Benson, experienced production designer Anna Charlett and independent producer and director Joanna Beard. Both Anna and Joanna have worked extensively with Bristol-based co-operative Overlook Films. All three also have […]

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  • Bath Racecourse gets back in the saddle with season opening race night

    Bath Racecourse gets back in the saddle with season opening race night

    Join Bath Racecourse and celebrate the start of  their season – experience an exciting evening of racing set in beautiful countryside overlooking Bath. Sip Pimms on the lawns whilst listening to some live music then soak up the atmosphere of the crowd cheering on their horses! Expect fun, excitement and a super ‘on the edge of your seat’ atmosphere! For more information, click here to head to Bath Racecourse’s website. Music: Robo-beat by Selech (https://soundcloud.com/selech/robo-beat) Like Bath On TV? Make it official […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘An Easter morning in Bath’

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘An Easter morning in Bath’

    The latest addition to Bath On TV‘s new channel dedicated to talented filmmakers. This beautiful video was made by The Film Artist. “As soon as you arrive in Bath you can sense that it is a beautiful and special city, with it’s rolling hills and magnificent sandstone buildings. Due to the Easter break there was a great spiritual feel there and I was lucky enough to capture a glimpse of the Bishop of Bath & Wells, my kids thought he was the Pope. […]

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  • What’s On During April and May? Bath Tourism’s Official Round-Up

    What’s On During April and May? Bath Tourism’s Official Round-Up

    Bath On TV is pleased to bring you an official round-up of some of the highlights of what’s happening over the next two months in the city, courtesy of Bath Tourism Plus. For a more in-depth look at what’s on, log on to visitbath.co.uk. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • Look who bought The Bell: Community proves anything is possible…

    Look who bought The Bell: Community proves anything is possible…

    What a difference three weeks can make… Bath On TV’s Sophie Kilbey caught up with local film-maker Hattie Knight and Patrick Cave, Manager of The Bell Inn in Walcot Street, Bath, to discuss progress with the community buyout scheme taking place at the pub. The financial situation is a far cry from three weeks prior when the campaign was in its early days – see our previous video on the scheme here. Bath On TV would like to thank Hattie […]

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  • Bath MP backs tourism week with a shift at the Visitor Information Centre

    Bath MP backs tourism week with a shift at the Visitor Information Centre

    Bath’s MP Don Foster joined CEO of Visit England, James Berresford, on Friday for a shift at Bath’s Visitor Information Centre, in Abbey Churchyard. Don and James could be seen hard at work behind the desk at the Visitor Information Centre offering advice and recommendations to tourists and visitors. The stunt was part of English Tourism Week, a week-long celebration of events showcasing the quality and vibrancy of the visitor experiences and the value the tourism industry brings to the […]

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  • Top-flight international tennis returns to Bath

    Top-flight international tennis returns to Bath

    Top-flight international tennis returned to the University of Bath this month in the shape of the Aegon GB Pro-Series event at the Sports Training Village on Sunday 10 March. The tournament provided an opportunity to watch some of the rising stars of international tennis – previous winners include Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Urszula Radwanska, who both won the respective singles titles in 2006. There was some local success to celebrate, with Team Bath MCTA Tennis Academy player Lisa Whybourn and her German […]

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  • Loganwest Productions: Professional youth theatre puts talent in the spotlight

    Loganwest Productions: Professional youth theatre puts talent in the spotlight

    Loganwest Productions are a professional youth theatre company who work with young people from across the country, to create high quality, professional, theatre and film projects. Every year they run lots of projects in many areas that involve young people in both performing and technical theatre. They bring together the young people and professional directors, choreographers, musical directors and orchestras to create productions that not only improve the skills of the particpants, but that motivate, innovate and inspire them. “Are […]

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  • Bath In Fashion is back! Big names, catwalk shows, talks, workshops and more..

    Bath In Fashion is back! Big names, catwalk shows, talks, workshops and more..

    Bath in Fashion is one of the most talked-about fashion gatherings outside of London. 2013 will be no exception! To celebrate the city’s fashionable legacy as a place to be seen, Bath in Fashion 2013 (13th – 21st April) takes a look behind the seams at how fashion is presented. The week-long festival will showcase a collection of fashion celebrities who make fashion happen – the people who put the model in the dress and the dress on the page. […]

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  • Literary stars inspire audiences at The Independent Bath Literature Festival 2013

    Literary stars inspire audiences at The Independent Bath Literature Festival 2013

    The Independent Bath Literature Festival 2013 celebrated the written word: intelligent; thought provoking; humane. Artistic Director James Runcie introduced his 4th and final programme for Bath. Here are Bath On TV‘s video highlights of this year’s festival, presented by Bath Festivals chief executive Belinda Kidd. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’ Music: Happy Violin by kvass (SoundCloud) Photo credits: Julian Foxon Photography […]

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  • Shhh! Cafe Rouge in Bath goes silent for Comic Relief

    Shhh! Cafe Rouge in Bath goes silent for Comic Relief

    This year Café Rouge in Bath raised money for Comic Relief through a staff sponsored silence on Red Nose Day (15th March). Bath On TV popped in to put them through their paces! Café Rouge is located on Milsom Street, in what was originally a very grand townhouse. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • What’s coming up at the Bath Theatre Royal and The Egg?

    What’s coming up at the Bath Theatre Royal and The Egg?

    Bath on TV take a look at what’s coming up at Bath Theatre Royal. 39 Steps - A wonderfully inventive comedy thriller which has enjoyed worldwide success. Noises off - Widely considered to be one of the greatest British comedies ever written, starring Neil Pearson. Plus there is lots coming up at The Egg in The Easter holidays for children and family audiences including The Cobbler’s Daughter, By The Seat Of Your Pants and Rumpelstiltskin. To book tickets or to find out more […]

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  • New Adult Enterprise Centre in Bath offers first steps to starting your own business

    New Adult Enterprise Centre in Bath offers first steps to starting your own business

    Bath MP Don Foster officially opened the UK’s first Adult Enterprise Centre in a bid to unleash the city’s entrepreneurial potential. The pioneering partnership between City of Bath College and the Curo Group has bought back to life a derelict office at Rosewell Court in Kingsmead Square. The Centre will be used to deliver start-up business training and act as a networking hub for new and existing entrepreneurs. There are also a number of ‘enterprise stations’ and meeting rooms available […]

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  • Bath TV - craft tea party

    Bath Craft Tea Party: Crafts, tea & cake to celebrate International Women’s Day & raise money for Oxfam

    Bath on TV went along to a craft tea party event held at Green Park Station to celebrate International Women’s Day. Various organisations took part including Oxfam, Bath Soroptimists, Bath Amnesty, Bath FoodCycle and Save The Children. Those attending took part in various crafts and upcycling and helped finish off the delicious cakes! This was a lovely event, attended by all ages, raising a total of £375 for Oxfam. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find […]

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  • Bath Literature Festival highlights: To Kill A Mocking Bird performance

    Bath Literature Festival highlights: To Kill A Mocking Bird performance

    Bath On TV went along to a rehearsed reading of the trial scene from To Kill A Mocking Bird in the magnificent courtroom in Bath‘s Guild Hall. The performance saw such demand during this year’s Bath Literature Festival that the organisers put on an extra performance. Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the world’s most loved books. The reading was narrated by Harriet Walter, with celebrated American actor Guy Paul as Atticus Finch, students from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and […]

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  • Look who’s buying The Bell: Community bid to save iconic Bath pub

    Look who’s buying The Bell: Community bid to save iconic Bath pub

    “I love it here. I love what I’m doing. I love who I’m doing it with.” That’s the slogan from Saved By The Bell - a documentary made by Hattie Knight and Alex Vissaridis focussing on what’s happening at one of Bath‘s most iconic pubs, The Bell Inn. The documentary was made to raise awareness about a community buyout scheme which is currently underway after the pub was recently put up for sale. Since the scheme began, a number of music industry […]

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  • Mother’s Day Messages at Precious Love, Bath

    Mother’s Day Messages at Precious Love, Bath

    Bath On TV dropped by at Precious Love in New Bond Street, Bath, in time for Mother’s Day. The jewellery and accessories boutique organised a Mother’s Day competition whereby members of the public could submit special tribute messages to their own mothers. Here, Joanna from Precious Love tells us about the competition, we hear some of the entries and also the winning message. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve […]

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  • Dermot O’ Leary and Greg James talk to Bath On TV about this year’s Bath Half

    Dermot O’ Leary and Greg James talk to Bath On TV about this year’s Bath Half

    Ahead of this year’s Bath Half Marathon, Bath On TV caught up with Dermot O’Leary and Greg James about their training, raising money for the charity Coppafeel, which raises awareness of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. See what Dermot and Greg had to say, and then check out our other Bath Half videos. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow […]

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  • “The best Bath Half Marathon ever” The highlights of 2013

    “The best Bath Half Marathon ever” The highlights of 2013

    Thousands of people flooded the streets of Bath on 3rd March to cheer on those taking part in the “best Bath Half Marathon ever”. Take a look at our highlights video here and then peruse various other videos from the day. Please share the video to those you know that took part! Are you in one of Bath On TV’s videos? For information about the Bath Half Marathon visit www.bathhalf.co.uk Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where […]

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  • Bath On TV catches up with Bath Half’s Race Director Andrew Taylor

    Bath On TV catches up with Bath Half’s Race Director Andrew Taylor

    As part of Bath On TV’s coverage of the Bath Half Marathon 2013, we caught up with Race Director Andrew Taylor to get his perspective on how the day’s events went this year. Check out our other videos from the day too by visiting the Bath On TV homepage. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to […]

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  • Runner cam! Watch barefoot runner Simon Jilley run the Bath Half

    Runner cam! Watch barefoot runner Simon Jilley run the Bath Half

    As if running the Bath Half for charity isn’t enough, Simon Jilley decided to take off his trainers and socks and pound the streets barefoot. Simon agreed to wear Bath On TV’s GoPro camera on his chest to record various parts of the race. Completely un-edited, watch part of Simon’s run and see if you can spot yourself! See why Simon ran barefoot here.

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  • What is Bath On TV?

    What is Bath On TV?

    Bath On TV is Bath’s own online community TV channel offering video coverage to what’s happening in the city.. From calendar events to local news, community views and fun features. Bath On TV is also a platform for local talent, worthy causes and local business. Promoting projects on commercial or government-funded television can be an expensive game and given that regular TV is increasingly being viewed online, Bath On TV is a powerful way to reach a local audience. Everything you see on […]

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  • What’s On in March – Bath Tourism’s Official Round-Up

    What’s On in March – Bath Tourism’s Official Round-Up

    Bath On TV is pleased to bring you an official round-up of some of the highlights of what’s happening this month in the city, courtesy of Bath Tourism Plus. For a more in depth look at what’s on, log on to visitbath.co.uk. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • Rustic dishes at Jamie’s Italian, Milsom Place

    Rustic dishes at Jamie’s Italian, Milsom Place

    Jamie’s Italian is set in a glorious Georgian conversion in the centre of Bath. Jamie and his team have scoured the whole of Italy and the UK to find the very best ingredients, and make sure they only get it fresh and bang in season. Check out the video and see for yourself. Jamie’s Italian can be found at 10 Milsom Place, Bath, BA1 1BZ. Call 01225 432 340. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular […]

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  • The Independent Bath Literature Festival – March 2013

    The Independent Bath Literature Festival – March 2013

    The Independent Bath Literature Festival is a celebration of the written word: intelligent; thought provoking; humane. Artistic Director James Runcie introduces his 4th and final programme for Bath. “The Independent Bath Literature Festival has the liveliest of line-ups for 2013. We welcome the finest living writers and creative minds to Bath to celebrate all that is best in literature and to engage with them in vigorous discussion and debate on what it means to be alive here and now”. Like Bath On TV? […]

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  • Bath celebrates the Lunar New Year 2013 in style

    Bath celebrates the Lunar New Year 2013 in style

    For the last few years the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath has hosted a Lunar New Year celebration at the Museum and the Assembly Rooms. The extravaganza is a day of entertainment and arts and crafts in celebration of the Lunar New Year, commonly known in the West as the Chinese New Year. The Museum of East Asian Art (MEAA) is in Bennett Street, Bath, and is situated in a restored Georgian house. For more information about the museum […]

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  • Harold’s Round-Up: Events for the family in March

    Harold’s Round-Up: Events for the family in March

    Bath On TV’s entertainment correspondant Harold gives us a few highlights of things to do in Bath for families during March. Harold will be giving regular round-ups of what’s going on in the city. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page for regular updates on what we’re getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • Bath Half Runners’ Stories: Olympian Georgina hits the Half

    Bath Half Runners’ Stories: Olympian Georgina hits the Half

    Bath On TV caught up with Olympic rhythmic gymnast Georgina Cassar as she prepares for this year’s Bath Half Marathon. Georgina represented Gibraltar at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India and competed for Team GB at the Olympic Games in London last year. When she’s not representing her country, Georgina is a student in Bath. She’s running the half marathon with a group of friends and together they are raising money for Wherever The Need, a charity that works […]

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  • Roger Mayne: Aspects of a great photographer at Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery

    Roger Mayne: Aspects of a great photographer at Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery

    Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery is currently hosting the first museum show for 22 years of one of the UK’s major photographers – Roger Mayne. By surveying all aspects of Mayne’s career, this exhibition highlights less well known aspects of his work and proves that, in the right hands, photography can be as creative an art form as painting and sculpture. Also included for the first time in this show are some of Mayne’s lyrical and expressive drawings of landscapes and […]

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  • Bath Half Runners’ Stories: Running for ME

    Bath Half Runners’ Stories: Running for ME

    A group of students from the University of Bath are donning their trainers and pounding the streets in this year’s Bath Half to raise money for Invest in ME. A dear friend of theirs was diagnosed with ME in 2012 and because of this they are aiming to raise as much money as they can for the charity, as well as raise awareness for the condition. You can support their efforts by logging on to their own donations page. Invest in ME has as […]

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  • BOTV On The Street: Where’s your favourite place to eat in Bath?

    BOTV On The Street: Where’s your favourite place to eat in Bath?

    We all know Bath has a superb dining scene, but do you have a favourite place to eat in the city? We hit the High Street and asked exactly that! Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’ Music: Benjamin & the Spils »Slapstick« (2012) (Sound Cloud)

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  • BOTV On The Street: ‘Why Do You Love Bath?’

    BOTV On The Street: ‘Why Do You Love Bath?’

    We all love Bath for many different reasons.. And here are a few of them! Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’ Music: Benjamin & the Spils »Slapstick« (2012) (Sound Cloud)

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  • Jazz nights at the Assembly Inn, Bath

    Jazz nights at the Assembly Inn, Bath

    Members of Bath-based jazz-funk-soul-groove outfit Pulse! give Bath On TV the low-down on regular jazz nights in the newly-redecorated downstairs bar at the Assembly Inn, Bath. Regular nights of heavy grooves, funk elements and the soul of jazz. Check out the video to see for yourself! For more information on the Assembly Inn, click here. Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget […]

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  • ’50 Fabulous Frocks’ at the Bath Fashion Museum

    ’50 Fabulous Frocks’ at the Bath Fashion Museum

    Fashion museum from Bath On TV on Vimeo. The Fashion Museum in Bath celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2013 with a special display that showcases 50 of its most glamorous dresses with the wow factor! The exhibition includes a gorgeous gold embroidered Georgian court dress and a delicate 1870s gauze bustle day dress edged with purple fringing and redolent of the paintings of Tissot alongside a slinky jersey evening dress by Ossie Clark and a classic chic Chanel suit. It will […]

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  • Crafts, quirky gifts and gourmet food at the Bath Artisan Market

    Crafts, quirky gifts and gourmet food at the Bath Artisan Market

    Slap bang in the heart of Bath is a vibrant, monthly, Sunday market that plays host to over 70 stalls selling the best of the west’s food, craft and vintage treasures. Established since October 2012, this is fast becoming Bath’s mecca for independent traders who create and sell high-quality work and produce; from delicious food, to art prints and cards, to flea market finds like clothes and homewares to unique handicrafts like ceramics, glass, textiles and more. There’s nowhere else […]

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  • ‘Reality Check’ at Bath’s 44AD artspace

    ‘Reality Check’ at Bath’s 44AD artspace

    Jonny Briggs, Saatchi New Sensations Prize winner and outstanding contemporary photographer, appeared in the pop-up exhibition Reality Check at 44AD artspace, Bath. The exhibition was organised by High House Gallery (www.highhousegallery.com) Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’ For more information on 44AD art space, visit: www.44AD.net 44AD artspace 7B Lower Borough Walls Bath BA1 1QR […]

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  • BOTV On The Street: Funny or not? You decide!

    BOTV On The Street: Funny or not? You decide!

    Bath On TV hit the High Street to find out just how funny you are. And the results were.. well, you decide! Like Bath On TV? Make it official on our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say ‘hello!’

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Moorland Road Library

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Moorland Road Library

    A short film produced by first year Creative Media Practice students from Bath Spa University about Moorland Road Library, Bath. Film by: Director: Owen Bevan Producer: Robin McGovern Camera: Owen Bevan & Alice Liguori Sound: Robin McGovern Lead Editor: Alice Liguori Music: In Quel Sorriso by Mattia Cupelli For Moorland Road Library opening hours see here. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Planet Beauty on Moorland Road, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Planet Beauty on Moorland Road, Bath

    A short film produced by first year Creative Media Practice students about Planet Beauty on Moorland Road, Bath. Film by: Sound operation: Hannah Crowder/Elliot Winter Edited by: Holly Brabbins/Hannah Crowder In association with: Planet People Productions Many thanks to: Jeanette Roberts, owner of Planet Beauty Kirsty Veal & Vicky Harding-Wyatt, therapists at Planet Beauty Music by MattMigma ‘Good Day With My Friend’ About Planet Beauty: “Our clients have benefited from a genuine desire for us to help them look and feel their […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Music Video for GRUBB by Ian Clutterbuck

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Music Video for GRUBB by Ian Clutterbuck

    Local filmmaker Ian Clutterbuck, from Batheaston, filmed and edited this music video for GRUBB (“We are not the Gypsies you think we are“), in locations across Belgrade, Serbia. Ian says: Video message: “Stop discrimination! Have you watched this cry from the heart of young Roma and gadjos? This is a must see!” The video was directed by Serge Denoncourt (Cirque du Soleil Director, Criss Angel Believe Director & Co-writer). It was an amazing experience and the first time I’ve had my very […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Velo Lounge on Moorland Road, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Velo Lounge on Moorland Road, Bath

    This short film centres around Velo Lounge and the community of Moorland Road. A film by Kelly Whitfield, AD McKinnon, and Tiana Brown, a production group from Bath Spa University; studying Creative Media Practice With special thanks to the staff of The Velo Lounge. About Velo Lounge: Velo opened in July 2007 in what was formally a bike shop and is set over 2 floors. This area (Oldfield Park) is popular with young professionals, families, & students and is made up of […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘The Jeweller that Resides on Moorland Road’, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘The Jeweller that Resides on Moorland Road’, Bath

    ‘The Jeweller that Resides on Moorland Road’ is a short film about a jeweller who works and has been part this community for a very long time. Produced by first year Creative Media Practice students from Bath Spa University: Jamie, Director and Camera Operator Tammie, Producer and Editor Hollie, Animator and Editor With thanks to: Landis, owner of Sheriton Jewellers Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘One For All, All For One’ – Moorland Road, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘One For All, All For One’ – Moorland Road, Bath

    ‘One For All, All For One’ is a short documentary about Moorland Road, Bath. The films main themes are community, independent shops and survival, which after extensive research, we believed were important themes to focus on with Moorland Road being the heart of a community. Film produced by Verity Shayler, Evie Chartres and Flora Searson, first year Creative Media Practice students at Bath Spa University. With special thanks to: Kay Duce: Pet Parks Amanda Walters and Bex Cansell: Stokes Harry Wainwright: The Oldfield Park Bookshop Like […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Kill Moon live at Moles by Conor Purcel

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Kill Moon live at Moles by Conor Purcel

    A film made by Conor Purcell showing Kill Moon in performance and an interview at Stereotypes, Moles on 27th February 2014. Kill Moon are a band from Brighton and describe their sound as ‘noise pop’. You can find them on Facebook and twitter: https://www.facebook.com/killmoonuk?r… https://twitter.com/KILLMOONUK ‘Stereotypes’ is an indie disco night every Thursday at Moles, a live venue and club steeped in music history in the heart of Bath city centre. With thanks also to all members of Kill Moon as well as George […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘Growth’ by Fin Moorhouse

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘Growth’ by Fin Moorhouse

    Last month, Bath On TV published a short film by 14-year-old Bath filmmaker Fin Moorhouse, ‘Every Child‘. Fin has also produced this stunning short animation – ‘Growth’. ‘Growth’ explores themes of persistence and patience amongst ethereal landscapes formed through a unique blend of photography, paper cut-outs and 3D models. Fin told Bath On TV, “Ten months ago, I stumbled upon an animation by the wonderfully talented Joaquín Baldwin, called the ‘Windmill Farmer’. I was so inspired by the video that, […]

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  • ‘Every Child’ By Fin Moorhouse

    ‘Every Child’ By Fin Moorhouse

    The Bath On TV team have been mightily impressed by the talents of Fin Moorhouse, a 14-year-old filmmaker from Bath. Here’s the first of several of Fin’s works that we’ll be publishing over the near future, called ‘Every Child’. Fin said, “In this video I tried to capture the heroic nature of a child’s imagination. To achieve this, me and my sister spent a day running around Alexandra Park, and between us we had to carry a bike, two large […]

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  • An introduction to Off The Record, Bath

    An introduction to Off The Record, Bath

    Off the Record provides a range of free, confidential and independent services for children and young people that support the development of their emotional health and well-being. Off The Record works with children and young people in a range of places. These include community venues, places where children and young people live, hang out, and/or go to school, as well as our own premises in Bath, Keynsham and Midsomer Norton. If you are a child or young person and want […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Moorland Road Library

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Moorland Road Library

    A short film produced by first year Creative Media Practice students from Bath Spa University about Moorland Road Library, Bath. Film by: Director: Owen Bevan Producer: Robin McGovern Camera: Owen Bevan & Alice Liguori Sound: Robin McGovern Lead Editor: Alice Liguori Music: In Quel Sorriso by Mattia Cupelli For Moorland Road Library opening hours see here. Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of a tweeter? Follow us @bathontv - and don’t forget to say […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Planet Beauty on Moorland Road, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Planet Beauty on Moorland Road, Bath

    A short film produced by first year Creative Media Practice students about Planet Beauty on Moorland Road, Bath. Film by: Sound operation: Hannah Crowder/Elliot Winter Edited by: Holly Brabbins/Hannah Crowder In association with: Planet People Productions Many thanks to: Jeanette Roberts, owner of Planet Beauty Kirsty Veal & Vicky Harding-Wyatt, therapists at Planet Beauty Music by MattMigma ‘Good Day With My Friend’ About Planet Beauty: “Our clients have benefited from a genuine desire for us to help them look and feel their […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Music Video for GRUBB by Ian Clutterbuck

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Music Video for GRUBB by Ian Clutterbuck

    Local filmmaker Ian Clutterbuck, from Batheaston, filmed and edited this music video for GRUBB (“We are not the Gypsies you think we are“), in locations across Belgrade, Serbia. Ian says: Video message: “Stop discrimination! Have you watched this cry from the heart of young Roma and gadjos? This is a must see!” The video was directed by Serge Denoncourt (Cirque du Soleil Director, Criss Angel Believe Director & Co-writer). It was an amazing experience and the first time I’ve had my very […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Velo Lounge on Moorland Road, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: Velo Lounge on Moorland Road, Bath

    This short film centres around Velo Lounge and the community of Moorland Road. A film by Kelly Whitfield, AD McKinnon, and Tiana Brown, a production group from Bath Spa University; studying Creative Media Practice With special thanks to the staff of The Velo Lounge. About Velo Lounge: Velo opened in July 2007 in what was formally a bike shop and is set over 2 floors. This area (Oldfield Park) is popular with young professionals, families, & students and is made up of […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘The Jeweller that Resides on Moorland Road’, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘The Jeweller that Resides on Moorland Road’, Bath

    ‘The Jeweller that Resides on Moorland Road’ is a short film about a jeweller who works and has been part this community for a very long time. Produced by first year Creative Media Practice students from Bath Spa University: Jamie, Director and Camera Operator Tammie, Producer and Editor Hollie, Animator and Editor With thanks to: Landis, owner of Sheriton Jewellers Like Bath On TV? Stay connected through our Facebook page where you’ll find regular updates on what we’ve been getting up to! More of […]

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  • LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘One For All, All For One’ – Moorland Road, Bath

    LOCAL FILMMAKERS: ‘One For All, All For One’ – Moorland Road, Bath

    ‘One For All, All For One’ is a short documentary about Moorland Road, Bath. The films main themes are community, independent shops and survival, which after extensive research, we believed were important themes to focus on with Moorland Road being the heart of a community. Film produced by Verity Shayler, Evie Chartres and Flora Searson, first year Creative Media Practice students at Bath Spa University. With special thanks to: Kay Duce: Pet Parks Amanda Walters and Bex Cansell: Stokes Harry Wainwright: The Oldfield Park Bookshop Like […]

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  • YOUR VIDEOS: Video-Blogger Charlie McDonnell – Painting With Louise

    YOUR VIDEOS: Video-Blogger Charlie McDonnell – Painting With Louise

    Louise (http://youtube.com/sprinkleofglitter) and Charlie paint a picture of themselves preparing to paint a picture of themselves. Charlie McDonnell is an English Video-Blogger, Filmmaker and Musician from Bath, who currently resides in London. Known on YouTube as charlieissocoollike (or just Charlie) he is 22 years old, and does not enjoy small talk. After setting up a YouTube channel in April 2007, Charlie started posting Video-Blogs to a small audience, but found YouTube success after a month when one of his videos “How to get featured […]

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  • YOUR VIDEOS: The Shed Sessions – ‘Maria’

    YOUR VIDEOS: The Shed Sessions – ‘Maria’

    Maria is the first in a series of live recordings dubbed ‘the shed sessions’, recorded at The Shed in Bath, UK – a studio converted from an old sculptor’s workshed on the banks of the river Avon. They are impromptu and relaxed affairs fuelled by a few beers around the fire, with the outcome defined by little more than who shows up on the day and where the wind takes us. Maria was recorded with just three microphones – two […]

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