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Thank you for caring for the coast #lovethecoast
 
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This summer you told us why you #lovethecoast. From memories of family time and playing by the sea, to moments of calm and the sound of waves lapping on the shore - your stories, words and ideas inspired this poem. Thank you for caring about the coast as much as we do. Help us to look after it for ever, for everyone, at http://bit.ly/Coast15
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See behind the scenes on Poldark series 3
 
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The BBC’s award-winning adaptation of Winston Graham's Poldark novels returns for a third season this summer. Once again many of the National Trust’s coastal places in Cornwall take centre stage but there are some newcomers too. Find out more at http://nationaltrust.org.uk/for-film-and-tv-lovers
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How to Make Thermally Lined Curtains - Part 1 of 5 - National Trust
 
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Keeping your home cosy warm when it's cold outside can be difficult and expensive. One way to keep the draughts out and make your home more energy efficient is thermally lined curtains. Follow this five-part video special created by the National Trust and Good Energy to learn how to make your own thermally lined curtains. The video tutorials are presented by Lauren Guthrie, finalist of BBC2's Great British Sewing Bee, and were shot at Southwood House Farm holiday cottage at the National Trust's Calke Abbey Estate. Been inspired? Share your creation with #winterwarmers and @nationaltrust. This video is part 1 of 5
Views: 38146 nationaltrustcharity
Behind the scenes on "Six Wives" with Lucy Worsley
 
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Take a fascinating peep behind the scenes on Lucy Worsley's new docu-drama series. Lucy will be exploring the truth of Henry VIII's private relationships with his six wives. Filmed at Barrington court during summer 2016, the series airs on the BBC. Find out more about filming at National Trust places at http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-film-and-tv-lovers
Views: 19338 nationaltrustcharity
Discover the secrets of the costume store on Poldark Series 3
 
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The BBC’s award-winning adaptation of Winston Graham's Poldark novels returns for a third season this summer - but where do they find all those amazing clothes? Costume designer Howard Burden takes us on a tour of the wardrobe store and lets us in to a few of Ross Poldark's sartorial secrets. http:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-film-and-tv-lovers
Views: 13994 nationaltrustcharity
Behind the scenes on Wolf Hall
 
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Join us for an exclusive behind the scenes look at filming on Hilary Mantel's award winning novel Wolf Hall, filmed at several of our beautiful National Trust places during 2014. To find out more about filming and the National Trust, go to https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/moviemap or visit Lacock Abbey, Barrington Court, Great Chalfield Manor, Chastleton House or Montacute to experience the atmosphere for yourself. Wolf Hall airs on BBC One in January 2015
Views: 15761 nationaltrustcharity
Butterflies: Spotting and identifying Britain's butterflies
 
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Spotting and identifying Britain's butterflies. Presented by Matthew Oates, National Trust Butterfly Specialist. Butterflies: Spotting and identifying Britain's butterflies by Matthew Oates ISBN 9781907892059 For more information go to: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bookham-commons/wildlife/butterflies/
Views: 5268 nationaltrustcharity
Rembrandt self-portrait mystery solved
 
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For years no one knew if it was genuine - but now after eight months of intensive study, experts have declared an obscure portrait to be a genuine Rembrandt. Painted by Rembrandt in 1635, the authenticity of the portrait had previously been thrown into doubt by Rembrandt specialist Horst Gerson and the Rembrandt Research Project in 1968. But after fresh study, using methods not available in the 1960s, another member of the Research Project, Ernst van de Wetering, has declared that it is genuine after all. The painting now hangs in the collection at the National Trust's Buckland Abbey in Devon where visitors can see it for themselves. or find out more at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bucklandabbey
Views: 7913 nationaltrustcharity
Poet Dr John Cooper Clarke talks coast in his new collaboration with the National Trust
 
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Poet Dr. John Cooper Clarke, has collaborated with the National Trust to pen the start of a new poem highlighting to the nation the powerful emotions our diverse coastline can convey and the care that is needed to protect it. The release of the poem will kick-start a summer-long campaign to encourage people to share their love for the awe-inspiring beaches, cliff tops, piers and more that make this island nation by using #lovethecoast
Views: 8603 nationaltrustcharity
A Hidden Gem of Arts and Crafts - Stoneywell Cottage
 
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Take a look inside Stoneywell cottage, a family home, a triumph of Arts and Crafts design and the latest house in the care of the National Trust. This Leicestershire gem opens to visitors in February 2015 but you can get an exclusive tour with curator Simon Chesters Thompson in this video. Find out more about Stoneywell at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/Stoneywell. Music: "Continue Life" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 5142 nationaltrustcharity
Meet the apprentice girls in "The Mill" - Channel 4 Drama
 
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'The Mill' is a Channel 4 drama series based on the real lives of the owners, workers and apprentices of Quarry Bank Mill in the 1830s. This video interviews Kerrie Hayes, Katherine Rose Morley and Sacha Parkinson who play three of the apprentice girls at the centre of the story. Find out what they think about "The Mill" and take a look behind the scenes during filming at the National Trust owned mill in early 2013. For more information about Quarry Bank go to http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/quarry-bank-mill. For more information about the TV series go to http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-mill.
Views: 15486 nationaltrustcharity
Learning to ride a bike
 
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At the start of the National Trust's Cycling Festival, lifelong non-cyclist, Lisa Gledhill, finds the secret to freedom on two wheels in Plymbridge Woods near Saltram in Devon. For more information, please visit: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1356392961280/
Views: 56551 nationaltrustcharity
How to make and use compost
 
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Part of the National Trust Green Gardening series with Yorkshire Bank. Our experts show you how you can make small changes to your life and be more green in your garden. Here you can learn how to make and use compost. For more information got to: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/get-involved/build-your-skills/how-to-guides/green-gardening/
Views: 5360 nationaltrustcharity
Celebrated poet Dr John Cooper Clarke on working with the National Trust and what inspires him
 
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Poet Dr. John Cooper Clarke, has collaborated with the National Trust to pen the start of a new poem highlighting to the nation the powerful emotions our diverse coastline can convey and the care that is needed to protect it. The release of the poem will kick-start a summer-long campaign to encourage people to share their love for the awe-inspiring beaches, cliff tops, piers and more that make this island nation by using #lovethecoast
Views: 6430 nationaltrustcharity
Tudor fashion on show at Wolf Hall
 
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Discover what it takes to re-create authentic Tudor fashions in this exclusive interview with the costume designer on BBC drama Wolf Hall. This lavish new version of Hilary Mantel's bestselling novel was filmed at several of our beautiful National Trust places during 2014. To find out more about filming and the National Trust, go to https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/moviemap or visit Lacock Abbey, Barrington Court, Great Chalfield Manor, Chastleton House or Montacute to experience the atmosphere for yourself. Wolf Hall airs on BBC One in January 2015. Music: "Suonatore di Liuto" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 19540 nationaltrustcharity
How to Make Thermally Lined Curtains - Part 5 of 5 - National Trust
 
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Keeping your home cosy warm when it's cold outside can be difficult and expensive. One way to keep the draughts out and make your home more energy efficient is thermally lined curtains. Follow this five-part video special created by the National Trust and Good Energy to learn how to make your own thermally lined curtains. The video tutorials are presented by Lauren Guthrie, finalist of BBC2's Great British Sewing Bee, and were shot at Southwood House Farm holiday cottage at the National Trust's Calke Abbey Estate. Been inspired? Share your creation with #winterwarmers and @nationaltrust. This video is part 5 of 5.
Views: 18550 nationaltrustcharity
Behind the scenes filming Doctor Thorne at Osterley Park
 
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For his first TV drama since Downton Abbey, Julian Fellowes has chosen to adapt Anthony Trollope's 1858 novel 'Doctor Thorne'. The period drama was shot on location in 2015 at several National Trust places including Osterley Park, in Isleworth, London. We go behind the scenes to meet the people behind the characters and see how they have been inspired by Osterley Park, described as the 'palace of palaces'. Read more about our filming locations here: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/our-places-in-dr-thorne Or to plan a visit to Osterley Park visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/osterley-park
Views: 9252 nationaltrustcharity
The Mill Series 2 - Behind the scenes interview with Andrew Lee Potts who plays William Greg
 
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Get a behind-the-scenes look at series 2 of the powerful Channel 4 drama The Mill filmed at the National Trust's Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire. Find out more at: https://nationaltrust.org.uk/quarry-bank
Views: 4367 nationaltrustcharity
Raleigh Ritchie reveals the magic of ‘The Stick’ -  50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4
 
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It’s official – the almighty stick is the hero of outdoor play and adventure! But don’t just take our word for it, check out the poem, which wordsmith, chart-topper and Game of Thrones star Raleigh Ritchie wrote for us. Championing our ever-exciting ’50 Things To Do Before You’re 11¾’ activities, we want families and kids alike to grab themselves a stick, get outdoors and start their story with nature. So what are you waiting for? The perfect toy to fuel the creative thinking and imaginative play important to kids’ development, the humble stick can do so much more than dam a stream of build a den. As Raleigh writes himself, it can be a pen, a sword, a witch’s broom, a dragon’s bone…anything! “So go and start your story, search the land and take a stand, Cos when you hold the simple stick, there's adventure, in your hands”. Help us kick start the nation’s love affair with nature. For more information, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/50things
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The ultimate hot cross bun recipe from the National Trust
 
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It wouldn't be Easter without hot cross buns - but they can be tricky to get just right. Here top National Trust chef Clive Goudercourt shares the secrets of his kneading techniques to get perfect results every time. Plus there's a secret ingredient to make them extra special. For recipes and more about food from the National Trust go to https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/food
Views: 7001 nationaltrustcharity
Visit the homes of Lennon and McCartney
 
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Yoko Ono introduces this guide to two of the Beatles' childhood homes. Mendips and Forthlin Road were once occupied by Lennon and McCartney as children, and are now in the care of the National Trust. More info: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/beatles/
Views: 8183 nationaltrustcharity
Magna Carta - Dan Snow explores the history of Runnymede
 
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Dan Snow explores the history of Runnymede, scene of historic events in 1215 when King John sealed Magna Carta. Find out more about the commemorations of Magna Carta's 800th anniversary: http://bit.ly/1egVr04
Views: 3774 nationaltrustcharity
Farm to let for £1
 
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We are offering our iconic £1m coastal farm for just a pound a year. The keys and the future of a precious landscape could be yours. Find out how to apply here: http://nattru.st/4nqgk
Views: 19545 nationaltrustcharity
Behind the scenes at "The Mill" - Channel 4 Drama
 
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'The Mill' is a Channel 4 drama series based on the real lives of the owners, workers and apprentices of Quarry Bank Mill in the 1830s. This video takes a look behind the scenes of filming at the National Trust owned mill in early 2013 and interviews cast and crew including Kevin McNally, Kerrie Hayes and Donald Sumpter. For more information about Quarry Bank go to http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/quarry-bank-mill. For more information about the TV series go to http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-mill.
Views: 15888 nationaltrustcharity
Alpacas guarding the flock
 
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Foxes don't mess with these guys! This pair of feisty alpacas are protecting the new-born lambs from predators on a National Trust farm in Wales. Find out how Hernandez and Zapata (better known as Bill and Ben) keep the flock together at Hafod Y llan. For more on the National Trust, Farming and Wales, go to https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Views: 4449 nationaltrustcharity
Octavia Hill - a woman of distinction
 
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Find out more about Octavia Hill, pioneer for social justice, founder of the National Trust and a remarkable woman. Music: "Ashton Manor" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under creative commons by attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
Views: 3908 nationaltrustcharity
How to attract wildlife into your garden
 
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Wildlife are great for your garden. They help to keep the pests down (organically of course), in turn ensure that the ecosystem remains in balance. For more information go to: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1356397306733/
Views: 10565 nationaltrustcharity
Who was "Capability" Brown?
 
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We're celebrating the 300th birthday of Lancelot Brown - but who was the man better known as "Capability Brown"? And why was he so important? Find out in this video or go to the National Trust website to discover more about his work and the best places to see it. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/our-great-capability-brown-landscapes
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Behind the scenes on Downton Abbey series six
 
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Join us for an exclusive behind the scenes look at the filming of Downton Abbey, (series six, episode two) at Lacock Village in Wiltshire. To discover more about National Trust places that have appeared on screen visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/moviemap Or make a weekend of it and stay our holiday cottage on the High Street and walk in the footsteps of the stars www.nationaltrustholidays.org.uk
Views: 11309 nationaltrustcharity
Ancient & Remarkable Trees - Uncovered 2013
 
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Part of our Uncovered series this Autumn, uncovering the story of the British landscape - http://bit.ly/NT_uncovered - these events gave people exclusive access to our national specialists over seven weekends from the 31 August to 13 October, with the opportunity to hear from our leading collections, nature and environmental experts as they revealed the influence of man and nature on seven diverse landscapes in a series of talks, tours and demonstrations. #NTuncovered
Views: 4400 nationaltrustcharity
Photographing stars - Tips on how to create fantastic night sky pictures from the National Trust.
 
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Ever gazed up at the night sky and wondered how you can capture pictures of all those fabulous views? Well in this video Stellar Photographer Nick Howes shares his top tips on how to take amazing images of the stars. Youu don't even need a special camera - a cameraphone will do! Nick is based in Wiltshire and runs regular sessions on taking photos of the night sky. You can find out more about stargazing and great National Trust places at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stargazing.
Views: 2863 nationaltrustcharity
Top Tips from National Trust gardens - November
 
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Get advice from some of the country's best professional gardeners in this ongoing series from the National Trust. This month, learn about mowing lawns for winter from Chris Groves, Gardener at Cotehele in Cornwall Find out more about gardening from the National Trust at: https:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/gardens Or discover Cotehele at https:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele Music: Summer by Moby
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A Great British Walk in Petworth Park
 
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With far-reaching views across the South Downs, Petworth's 700 acre historic park is an ideal place to go for a Great British Walk this autumn. A range of guided and downloadable walks takes in the rich autumn colour palette at Petworth, and the views that inspired artist JMW Turner. For hints of autumn gold, follow the downloadable Ancient Tree Trail. The magnificent oaks, limes, beeches and chestnuts create canopies of butter-coloured foliage. The National Trust has unveiled some of its most colourful places and stories in the UK as part of its annual celebration of walking: the Great British Walk. Running from 8 September to 24 October, this year’s Great British Walk has uncovered some of the region’s most colourful vistas, stories, characters and objects to see on a walk. To plan your walk visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/petworth
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How to Make Thermally Lined Curtains - Part 2 of 5 - National Trust
 
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Keeping your home cosy warm when it's cold outside can be difficult and expensive. One way to keep the draughts out and make your home more energy efficient is thermally lined curtains. Follow this five-part video special created by the National Trust and Good Energy to learn how to make your own thermally lined curtains. The video tutorials are presented by Lauren Guthrie, finalist of BBC2's Great British Sewing Bee, and were shot at Southwood House Farm holiday cottage at the National Trust's Calke Abbey Estate. Been inspired? Share your creation with #winterwarmers and @nationaltrust This video is part 2 of 5.
Views: 25036 nationaltrustcharity
There's no such thing as dead wood! Explore Cobham Wood with Matthew Oates [HD]
 
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There's no such thing as dead wood! Discover the fascinating life that thrives among the old timber at Cobham Wood near Ebbsfleet in Kent. Insect expert Matthew Oates explores this magical wood pasture - one of the rarest types of habitat in the UK. Why not visit it for yourself or find out more at: https:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cobham-wood
How to Make Thermally Lined Curtains - Part 4 of 5 - National Trust
 
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Keeping your home cosy warm when it's cold outside can be difficult and expensive. One way to keep the draughts out and make your home more energy efficient is thermally lined curtains. Follow this five-part video special created by the National Trust and Good Energy to learn how to make your own thermally lined curtains. The video tutorials are presented by Lauren Guthrie, finalist of BBC2's Great British Sewing Bee, and were shot at Southwood House Farm holiday cottage at the National Trust's Calke Abbey Estate. Been inspired? Share your creation with #winterwarmers and @nationaltrust. This video is part 4 of 5.
Views: 23310 nationaltrustcharity
The life and times of Capability Brown animated by Tim Britton
 
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Everything you ever needed to know about the "greatest landscape gardener of all time" as seen by artist and animator Tim Britton. Find out more about Lancelot "Capability" Brown and discover great places to see his landscapes at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Views: 2554 nationaltrustcharity
Why I surf.
 
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‘When you surf, you learn for ever’. Here are some of our supporters’ stories on why they love to surf. Feeling inspired? Explore more in the great outdoors: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/outdoors.
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Ant behaviour tracked by tiny radio receivers in pioneering scientific study
 
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It's as tricky as it sounds! Putting these tiny radio receivers on the hairy wood ants is a world first experiment at the National Trust's Longshaw Estate in Derbyshire To find out the results of the experiment and the effects it had, please contact the University of York at: [email protected] For more info about the project: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1356398318794/ ©Changing Views - http://www.changingviews.co.uk/
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The Notable Trees of the National Trust - Sweet Chestnuts, Croft Castle
 
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Join Brian Muelaner on his journey to discover the notable trees of the National Trust. This episode explores the Sweet Chestnut avenues of Croft Castle in Herefordshire. This video was made possible by a generous donation from Cadbury. For more information go to: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1356395507759/
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When Downton Abbey came to Basildon Park
 
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Love Downton Abbey? Well now you can visit "Grantham House", the London home of the Crawley family. In real life, the house is Basildon Park in Berkshire which is looked after by the National Trust. Take a tour behind the scenes in this short video or better still - why not visit it for yourself? Find out more at: https://natonaltrust.org.uk/basildon-park
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Composer Ralph Vaughan Williams' piano at Leith Hill Place
 
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Composer Ralph Vaughan Williams’ piano is on display for the first time at his childhood home, Leith Hill Place in Surrey. It is played here by David Owen Norris, the first pianist to win the Gilmore Artist Award. He has given concerts all over the world, including four appearances in the Proms. Ralph Vaughan Williams' compositions included operas, chamber music and symphonies, and The Lark Ascending has been named the nation’s favourite piece of classical music. Yet the piano on which Ralph Vaughan Williams composed these masterpieces, and which has been glimpsed only in family photographs, has been unseen by the public. Now, thanks to a private donor, visitors can see Vaughan Williams’ piano on display at Leith Hill Place, which he gave to the National Trust in 1945. For more information or to plan a visit to Leith Hill Place see: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/news/composer-ralph-vaughan-williams-piano For more about David Owen Norris visit: http://www.davidowennorris.com
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Great British Walk - Find out more about the White Cliffs of Dover
 
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Find out about the awe-inspiring sights you can see along the White Cliff's as part of the National Trust's Great British Walk.
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Roasted partridge with pumpkin soup recipe - National Trust
 
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Create this warming autumnal Roasted Partridge with Pumpkin soup, in the comfort of your own home, by following along with our Chef, Richard. A simple recipe, using the finest seasonal ingredients, to create a masterpiece. For more information and tasty recipes go to: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/get-involved/build-your-skills/how-to-guides/video-recipes/
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Meet the stars of the BBC's Mapp and Lucia on location
 
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When the BBC decided to film EF Benson's Mapp and Lucia stories, they went to the right place. Benson set his comic stories of social rivalry in Tilling, a fictional town based Rye. He even transformed his own home, Lamb House, into Miss Mapp's desirable residence. Lamb House is now cared for by the National Trust and in summer 2014 it opened its doors to a star-studded cast who re-created the carefree days of the late 1920s. You can hear from some of the stars in this short film or to discover more about the fascinating history of Lamb House, home to four great writers, visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lamb-house. Mapp and Lucia airs on BBC One over Christmas 2014. Music, Fig Leaf Rag copyright Kevin McLeod www.incompetech.com
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Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire
 
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Take a look round the National Trust's amazing Wicken Fen - Britain's oldest nature reserve and one of Europe's most important wetlands. Enjoy the fascinating wildlife and wonderful views, all accessible from the raised boardwalk. And if you enjoy this taster video, why not pay us a visit? Find out more at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wicken-fen. Filmed and edited and copyright Rod Edwards - www.rodedwards.co.uk
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How to make National Trust chicken and leek pie
 
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Top National Trust chef Clive Goudercourt shows how to make a tasty classic chicken and leek pie, as served in National Trust restaurants across the country, using seasonal Spring ingredients. For a full Spring menu try combining this recipe with a starter of spring vegetable soup and a rhubarb cheesecake traybake for dessert. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfHOteQjYZY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDHwx5YMPQo For more National Trust recipes go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/recipes
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Scientists of the National Trust - Fox Talbot
 
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Many scientists and inventors have lived and worked in places now cared for by the National Trust. One man who had a huge impact on the way we live today was William Henry Fox Talbot - the pioneer of photography - find out more about this remarkable man and take a look around Lacock Abbey, where he developed his fascinating process. For more information about Lacock why not go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock Music: We Would Chase The Stars Together by idaydream https://soundcloud.com/idaydream Footage shot by Sandstorm: ttps:www.sandstorm.co.uk With thanks to Panasonic
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Harnessing the power of nature at Hafod Y llan
 
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In the mountains of Snowdonia, the first large turbine generating power from water for the National Trust has sparked into life. The hydro-electric plant now generates enough energy to light up all the National Trust's properties in Wales. The power produced will be sold the Trust's energy partner and green electricity supplier Good Energy. To find out more about how this modern marvel was created without damaging the fragile beauty of a National Park, watch this video. And for more information about the National Trust's plans to halve reliance on fossil fuels by 2020 go to: https:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/energy
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Apples & Orchards - Uncovered 2013
 
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Part of our Uncovered series this Autumn, uncovering the story of the British landscape - http://bit.ly/NT_uncovered - these events gave people exclusive access to our national specialists over seven weekends from the 31 August to 13 October, with the opportunity to hear from our leading collections, nature and environmental experts as they revealed the influence of man and nature on seven diverse landscapes in a series of talks, tours and demonstrations. #NTuncovered
Views: 1140 nationaltrustcharity

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