Tuesday, 10 November 2015

A virtual tour of Shoreham RNLI Lifeboat Station.

     Hello and welcome to my blog. Sorry its been a while, but I'm up to my eyes in home improvements. In fact, as I write, Mr H, the handyman, is putting up a curtain rail and I'm gathering strength for another trip to the dump.
     Anyway,  enough of me, let's get back to the blog. You may recognise this one because it was first posted in 2011. However, it deserves a second airing as it fits nicely with the current series of virtual tours and, most importantly, this year is Shoreham RNLI lifeboat's 150th anniversary.
Keith Phelps gives a virtual tour of Shoreham RNLI Lifeboat Station

     Keith Phelps, Lifeboat Operations Manager, was remarkable because we did this on the spur of the moment. No script. No re-takes, just Keith giving a live commentary as we toured around before its official public opening.  
     Next week, I'm off to rural Devon for a residental tutored screenwriting course with Arvon. I've specialised in non-fiction for the last few years, so I'm very excited about returning to my roots in scriptwriting.
     Well, thanks for dropping by and next time, I'll tell you all about the course before moving onto the final virtual tour of another of Shoreham's landmarks.
     Take care and ta ra for now. 

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