Once again the Burton Tv team visit Hudson’s Plant Centre in Duffield, Derbyshire, it’s April and Mark has plenty to say about the centre’s variety of plants and gives the tips needed to keep your plants in good condition.
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This week’s episode of our new weekly film show, previewing the latest films at your local Cineplex.
This week’s films are :-
Hellboy :- LionsGate/Summit
Wild Rose :- FilmFour
Wonder Park :- Paramount/Nickelodeon
First Episode of our new weekly film show, previewing the latest films at your local Cineplex.
This week, we preview Missing Link, starring Hugh Jackman and Zach Galifianakis as an Explorer and a BigFoot Named Susan.
The new version of Pet Semetary, based on the book by Stephen King
Peppa Pig makes it to the big screen again with 10 never before seen episodes
And Shazam!!! A boy becomes a Superman at the shout of the word.
- Missing Link courtesy of Laika Studios/LionsGate Studios
- Pet Semetary courtesy of Paramount Studios
- Peppa Pig Festival of Fun courtesy of EOne
- Shazam! courtesy of Warner Bros
In his second programme, Gordon Tate visits the Burton Brewery in Hawkins Lane, to find out some of the secrets and challenges of brewing in a micro brewery.
It’s a new year and a new venue for the Green Finger Tips team. Liz Chmel and Mark Smith (Garden Guru) are at Hudson’s Plant Centre in Duffield Derbyshire, for the first of many interesting programmes.
A year has passed, and the volunteers have been working away to develop this heritage site further and have recently recorded progress with a vdeo “The Year at Rolleston Station”
Beer Expert Gordon Tate, starts his new monthly programme for Burton TV, called, “Beer Matters” , with his choice of beers for Chrismas.
Aladdin by local theatre group “Noise Productions” is being performed for charity. William Allit School Swadlincote and Rosliston Village Hall are the venues. Here, Caz Brown from Noise, tells us how we can see it.
The Princes Trust team have been helping the Burton-on-Trent Kinfisher Project to create a new allotment for local Trent and Dove residents.
Lara de-Leuw went down to Tamworth to see if English wines could be an alternative with Christmas Lunch…
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Sharpes Pottery Museum was the Magic Attic’s venue for their Somme Remembrance Exhibition.
(Originally posted September 2016)