BBC Inside Out Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Episode dated 30 November 2009 (30 Nov. 2009)

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Director Ken Loach and actor David Bradley remember the making of the classic British movie Kes 40 years after the film was shot on location in South Yorkshire. Bradley returns to ruined ... See full summary »

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Director Ken Loach and actor David Bradley remember the making of the classic British movie Kes 40 years after the film was shot on location in South Yorkshire. Bradley returns to ruined Tankersley Manor where, in the film, young Billy Casper steals a kestrel chick from a nest. Tony Earnshaw of the UK's National Media Museum (formerly the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television) places the film in context. Written by anonymous

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