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Here we have the ocasssions we've helped out on various TV and film productions. This has varied in involvement from purely technical advice, supply of extras with and without their own costume, hire of props and consumables, all the way up to acting and speaking roles either in a story or as a guide.

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Date

Company

Programme

Location

Involvement

May 2004

BBC

Timewatch

Mary Rose Museum

Costumed Extras

 

Non-speaking costumed extras acting as sailors on board the Mary Rose

October 2003

BBC

Religious History

Revolution House

 

April 2001

Real Life Media for Channel 4

Tudor Times

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Costumed actors, equipment, consumables and content

 

Over 4 days of filming, we were involved in 2 of the 3 programmes. From their outline we provided costumed actors with speaking roles, equipment and food, and period consultation. As each scene was setup, we improvised the script in rehersal, ready for the take.

June 2000

 

Time Tourists

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Costumed actors.

 

A costumed actor acting as a guide to children travelling back in time.

February 2000

Centre Screen Productions

Builders

Waltham Cross

 

November 1999

United Films and Television for HTV

Elizabeth

Haddon Hall

 

June 1999

BBC

Simon Sharma's History of Britain

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Extras, Period consultancy

 

Background fill in clips for Episode 13 - The Black Death.

September 1998

BBC

Medieval

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Equipment, consumables, Period consultancy

September 1998

Jeremy Isaac's Productions

Millennium

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Costumed Extras, Equipment, consumables, Period consultancy

March 1998

BBC Scotland

Zig Zag - The Tudors

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Costumed Extras, Equipment, Period consultancy

July 1995

Channel 4

Living Proof

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

 

September 1993

Open University

The Military Revolution 1620-1714

Fort Nelson

Costumed Extras, Equipment, Period consultancy

 
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