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Here you can view the Southwark.TV video library. There are two ways that this can be achieved:

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Alternatively, all videos are available through our youtube channel.
  30/12/2009           

skate film

Goose Green Primary School produced this taut drama about bullying and friendship
  2/8/2009           

Future Hear

A short music video made by kids from Southwark as part of a music project run by Charterhouse. Southwark.TV were invited to participate and provided a video trainer with whom the musicians created their videos.
  29/4/2008           

Somali Media Project

A short video made with Somalian refugees with support from Bruce Webb. Southwark.TV has forged links with local Somalis including Abdulkadhir Jibril at Rockingham Somali Support Group and Southwark Somali Forum, and also with Somali pupils from the Lambeth and Southwark area.
  30/4/2008           

Not Yet Remembered

Nicola Woodham, filmmaker, worked with Southwark.TV as media trainer in local schools, facilitating a wide range of enjoyable, often ambitious films by fearless Primary School children and offers here a sensitive, largely abstract short film of her own. The soundtrack is created by Canadian composer, Mark Piron.
  30/4/2008           

Maudsley Hospital

A video report about the fight to keep the Maudsley hospital's Emergency Clinic in Camberwell from closing. Local psychiatric care was threatened.
  30/4/2008           

Yangon

The news from Myanmar is shocking and unimaginable. This documentary resulted from a visit by Chris Haydon to Yangon, the capital, a couple of years ago and features the local YMCA and its remarkable director, Mr Sonny. The BBC's famous Reithian maxim is shown still adorning the walls of Yangon's main TV studio building. Good to know that our proud heritage survives the military regime.
As ever, an oppressed and impoverished people shine with human qualities in extraordinary adversity.
  30/4/2008           

Moses

Film made by Moses as part of a media training short course run by Bede Drop In Centre in Bermondsey, Southwark. Tragically Moses lost his life, when he was attacked and killed late one night. He was a gentle spirit, much missed by those who knew him. Moses volunteered to support local filmmaking projects and was increasing his experience and confidence as a camera operator when he died.
  30/4/2008           

Decima Francis

An extract from the live Southwark TV magazine show featuring activist Decima Francis.
  14/5/2008           

Jimmy thinks again

Another young man loses his life in London to knife crime. He was standing up for his younger brother. A noble act which cost him his life.
Knife crime is a huge problem. Chief idea to be stood on its head is that carrying a knife will protect you. It will not. It may just arm your attacker.
  25/5/2008           

Southwark.TV Cinema Trailer

A trailer made by young people to promote Southwark.TV
Shown on 35mm at Peckham Plex (the best cinema in London), Peckham. Damien Bent led the production team who were all based at the Southwark Young People's Magazine Project. They shot and edited the trailer with guidance from Chris Haydon of Southwark.TV.
  18/4/2008           

ONE WAY TICKET

Goose Green's take on the recession takes the Game Show format into new territory plus there is an ad break to remember, not least for the local news item ! What do these children eat ?
  1/8/2009           

Dance-ology

This short film about dance, competition and difference is made by pupils from Therfield School in Leatherhead in conjunction with Freewheelers Theatre Company, a disability theatre company.
  2/8/2009           

Kyle's Dream

A short film about boyhood dreams of scoring the winning goal for your club, by Kyle Fanning. ARSENAL ! ARSENAL ! ARSENAL !
  10/11/2009           

Mutah's Week

Mutah Beale aka Napoleon of Tupac Shakur's Outlawz visited Southwark this November and toured schools, mosques, youth clubs, football groups and a radio station. All of this was captured by Southwark.TV who will be presenting a series of reports. Here is the first.
  24/11/2009           

SOUTHWARK HOUR Brian Paddick meets Peckham boys

A documentary made by Southwark TV featuring London mayoral candidate Brian Paddick on a visit to meet five excluded young black boys from Peckham. In a valuable meeting, Paddick learns much from the young guys.
This programme was first seen on the Community Channel.
  14/5/2008           

Kapoor at Tate Modern

One of the most stunning installations at Tate Modern by Anish Kapoor
  24/5/2008           

BERTIE BEARS ALL

Surreal comedy short from Freewheelers Theatre Company written by Andrew Marber, script editor Anita Sullivan. Perhaps you too would want to live in Disneyland, meet Goofy et al.
  24/10/2009           

SEEING DOUBLE

A strange moment, out and about ... seeing double ? Freewheelers Theatre Company produce another quirky short film to add to a growing collection.
  24/10/2009           

The Wood

Film drama from Freewheelers Theatre Company. A relationship between two brothers leads to a powerful encounter in the wood ...
  24/10/2009           

YOUR CALL IS IMPORTANT TO US trailer

The recent production of Freewheelers Theatre Company received noisy acclaim at the Leatherhead Theatre in late October. It was an elaborate staging of a new play by Rachel Barnett satirising the honey-toned anguish we all suffer at the hands of our telephones.
  5/11/2009           

Richard Taylor message to young people

Richard Taylor, father of Peckham schoolboy Damilola Taylor, gives out a message for young people concerning the carrying of knives.
  25/5/2008           

Female Genital Mutilation

Dr Mohamud Abdulcadir Giama talks about Somali expatriates and their duty to support their country. He for example set up a clinic and has directed his attention to the widespread issue of Female Genital Mutilation. He ardently believes that something can be done.
  26/9/2009           

Gangs on the Green

Goose Green Primary School Year 6 (2009) made this film about gangs and trouble and dancing and fun. There's rivalry and wisdom from these young filmmakers.
  1/8/2009           

giving them a voice

A look at the work of Community TV Trust in south London over recent years, using local media as a tool for individual and social benefit.
  24/11/2009           

Southwark College Promo (1)

A Promo for Southwark TV made by students at Southwark College (2006).
  14/5/2008           

Southwark College Promo (2)

A Promo for Southwark TV made by students at Southwark College (2006).
  14/5/2008           

Southwark College Promo (3)

A Promo for Southwark TV made by students at Southwark College (2006).
  14/5/2008           

Shaolin Monks at HRC (2)

An edited film capturing martial arts action by a group of young Shaolin monks from the Shaolin temple in China. They visited a college TV studio and were filmed in action and in conversation.
  24/5/2008           

Shaolin Monks at HRC (1)

A group of Shaloin monks on a visit from their temple in China visited a college in Herts, England. Media students filmed them in the TV studio and got them to talk about their life, training, and their reason for visiting the UK.
  24/5/2008           

Prisoner B - Part 2

Interview with a lifer in an English jail, sentenced for knife crime, killing a man in a fight. He was out car-jacking and it went wrong when ... if he hadn't been carrying a knife, what might not have happened ?
  25/5/2008           

Prisoner B - Uncut

Uncut interview with knife crime murderer, the concluding section. He seems totally contrite ... how much is that down to work he has done on himself in prison ? Here is a message for all knife carrying young people dabbling in crime. Prisoner B was 17 when jailed and had been inside for 9 years when this interview was filmed.
  26/5/2008           

Prisoner B - Part 1

Can two prisoners inside for knife crimes make something of their lives and time away from family, friends and freedom ? What does it look and feel like inside one of Britain's jails ?
  27/5/2008           

Prisoner M - the cost of crack - Part 2

Prisoner M reveals the forces at work in his early life, tracking his descent into darkest paranoia, induced by addiction to crack cocaine. After years on the dark side of life he emerges with hope of redemption and full self awareness of his actions, their consequences and his victims. He is a chastened and wiser man.
  26/5/2008           

Prisoner M - the cost of crack - Part 1

A serving prisoner talks about his life on crack, his early fascination for knives and the abuse he suffered in a largely loveless family world. Gang culture for a time gave him the 'family' he lacked. He went on to commit violent crimes before turning his life round. Is lack of love at an early age the reason for loss of self esteem, a taste for violence and crime ?
  26/5/2008           

Our Saga - Part 1

A documentary about transport issues for disabled and wheelchair users tackled by Freewheelers Theatre Company, led by Peter Messer. Transport for London is roundly charged with running an inadequate system. This is the first part of three.
  3/8/2009           

Our Saga - Part 2

The second part of the documentary about transport and disabled and wheelchair users. Transport for London is under scrutiny.
  3/8/2009           

Our Saga - Part 3

This final part of the Freewheelers documentary about disability transport, particularly in Surrey and on the outer fringes of London, leaves matters with spirits intact even if going nowhere fast.
  3/8/2009