A film about Tullibody House that was demolished in the early 1960s. This film is for Alison and Raj Burgul and their three children: Sunita, Anisha and Rohin. [when I … Continue reading A future for the past
Cherry trees flowering in the play-park beside our house. From the garden I heard a grandfather who was playing hide-and-seek with his grandchild: “coming, ready or not!”
Thank you Eileen for making Auntie Nana’s apple pudding. It was delicious! The blossom in your orchard is so beautiful. Dennis Potter described this as “the blossomest blossom”. … Continue reading Auntie Nana’s apple pudding
Radio Scotland once asked: “Peter, what is it like out there culturally?” As one of many current day Peters’, I personally found that I could not give an easy answer. I … Continue reading The blossoms
The words within this image are from ‘Offshore’ by Penelope Fitzgerald.
Ted Hughes described a ‘mytholm’ as meeting of streams. This film is about such a meeting. Where the Allan Water goes Forth. I dedicate this film to my “Grumpa” Rab … Continue reading A ‘mytholm’
Last week I was part of a gathering of minds to consider a project to bring together the “villas of the Esk’ for [what seems like] a forgotten landscape of special … Continue reading Penicuik enlightens