Pat of my Radstock in the Great War season.
Winner of an RTS Award for Best Independent Production, this is a drama documentary based on Somerset people's experiences of the First World War.
Directed by Colin Thomas and narrated by Paul McGann, this 3-part programme features the war memories of 110 year old Harry Patch. Drama re-enactment is performed by children and adults from Midsomer Norton and Radstock, with the help of the historical re-enactment group, The Great War Society.
Inspired by Somerset author Chris Howell's book: No Thankful Village, in which he recounts the tales of First World War survivors.
Produced by Every Picture Media, UK. (formerly Wild Fire Productions, Bristol)