Oliver Kite, master fly-fisher and presenter of Kite’s Country Joe Moran, author of Armchair Nation, takes a look at early TV fishing programmes: Fishing on television began in earnest with the launch of the ITV regional channels in the late 1950s. Southern Television’s catchment area ran along the south coast from the New Forest to […]
On Yer Bike – A History Of Cycling On Film 2 x DVD Discs in case with booklet 29 Films. 248 Mins. Out now Review by Cally Callomon Fear ye not oh champions of the road, fellow pedaloes, the much over-used corny cliché in the title of this set is not reflected by the contents. […]
On sale in the Caught by the River shop, priced £20.
Last week on BBC4, Springwatch presenter and naturalist Chris Packham presented an engrossing hour of thought-provoking telly in the company of artist Jeremy Deller and writer George Monbiot. Touching on art, nature, the Miner’s Strike and the rewilding of Britain, it’s the kind of programme that invokes the age old cliche about the justification of […]
By Andrew Ray Returning recently from the White Cube’s Christian Marclay exhibition I found myself wondering what a riverine version of his twenty-four hour montage film The Clock would be like. Instead of finding clips for every time of the day or night, I imagined looking for rivers in cinema and editing them into a […]