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buy phentramin d stores Geoffrey Bond was one of the first experts on the original BBC TV Antiques Road Show. He then went on to make over 70 half-hour programmes for ITV’s Central Television, as Presenter of Something to Treasure, where he visited country houses and heritage venues, often with celebrities such as the late Kate O’Mara, Ken Dodd, Roy Hudd and very many others. In recent years he has collaborated with artist and film-maker Nick Hugh McCann, acting as Producer and Associate Producer on a range of personal independent films, all screened on ITV and several winning awards at International Film Festivals.
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BYRON IN SPAIN
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Presented by Geoffrey Bond, heritage & Byron expert, broadcaster and veteran presenter of ITV and Channel 4’s long-running series, Something To Treasure, the forerunner of so many modern UK antiques and heritage TV series. This brief and on-the-hoof taster evokes something of the romantic poet’s first continental travels in Spain. Filmed in October 2012 by Nick McCann in stereo HD on a Canon 7DSLR with a wide-angle and 700 mm lens. Edited by Theo Leeds. Music by Chick Corea from the album, ‘Light as a Feather’. Taster film – 8.05 mins
‘In 1824 Lord Byron’s body was brought back from Greece and buried with his mother and other relatives.’ In 1938 his tomb in the little mining town of Hucknall in Nottinghamshire, was secretly opened and his embalmed body was viewed by the local vicar, who commented specifically on the poet’s manhood, ‘His sexual organ was of quite abnormal development.’ National treasure and veteran of innumerable great comic roles, Leslie Phillips, stars in this second broadcast short feature, by British artist, Nick McCann. A bawdy innuendo-ridden romp in the English tradition of Rowlandson and the ‘Carry On’ series, psychic medium (Dana Gillespie), her blowsy blonde friend (Tricia George) and vicar (Leslie Phillips), cook up a publicity scheme to boost funds for the church where Byron is buried. The terrible trio rope in an unemployed miner come taxi driver (Nick McCann) and his Moll (1980s glamour girl Debby Quorrol), to discover whether Byron was really there and whether the rumours are true. Hot on their heels is Dick the dirty detective (Dicken Ashworth), and his sidekick (Chris Ellis). Harry Toseland is the Estate agent. Shot in Super-16mm black & white, in the authentic locations by Ray Goode (awarded his BSC for his Lighting Cameraman work in Granada TV’s ‘Brideshead Revisited’), the film was broadcast on ITV in 1993. The soundtrack features tracks from Dana Gillespie’s album ‘Blues It Up’ 1990. Dana Gillespie’s music is available on iTunes. Copyright Nick McCann Associates Ltd All Rights Reserved.
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Something to Treasure
Having been an expert on the Antiques Roadshow for some 5 years, Geoffrey Bond went to ITV (Central Television) to make his own series on heritage matters under the banner title ‘Something to Treasure’. He made some 70 half-hour programmes for Central Television in the 1980’s and which were networked throughout the UK and to the Low Countries. The films covered a wide variety of heritage matters from visits to country houses, salerooms, visiting collections etc and he was a pioneer in a format which has now become familiar to television viewers on these subjects. His programme consisted of three parts, one part out on location, the second part in his permanent studio in Central Television Studios Birmingham and the third part, interviewing a well known personality of the day about his or her collecting interests. All of these programmes are still available on archive. Two extracts shown here are one about the world of antiquarian clocks and the other at the Windermere Historic Boat Museum.