Original YT playout date: 1 August 2008
A beautiful memory of my parents and also Sophie and Tanya as little girls, not to mention a younger wife, although she is always young.
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Original YT playout date: 18 July 2008
“We visit the Royal Oak in Bovingdon village by Hemel Hempstead whose decor commemorates the American servicemen who helped Britain win the Second World War, and without whose help it would have been even more difficult than it was to beat Hitler’s forces.
After that we look at a typical English school fete, this time at my old junior school, Broadfield School, which hasn’t changed a bit.
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Original playout date: 29 March 2008
Some nice colour on this video again. We look at trout farms, watercress, beautifully composed village scenery and sheep in pasture. What’s not to love?
Don’t miss the images of Hertfordshire pudding stone (which is a real mineral by the way, not just a pleasantry) and the the English pub food in Gaddesden.
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Original playout date: 16 February 2008
This was the 400th video on my channel and also the 2008 Valentines Day, so I made this composition from all our wedding photos. They were taken in fact by three different people but arranged in chronological order here.
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Original playout date: 4 December 2007
There was me thinking nobody is ever going to be bothered over property rights for a song form Armenia called Pnjlik Mnjlik by a gent called Arsen Grigoryan. How wrong I was, the video has got a claim but fair play to Arsen it plays on. He gets all the money because we all know only the music is important in a video, not the image, that’s why it’s called video, but OK. Better than the vandalism I suffered on many of my vids and then got called on copyright for the “free” tune anyway, a little later.
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