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Look Stranger

Synopsis

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A Vision of Wiltshire
For over half a century
Robin and Heather Tanner have been striving to record a vanishing vision of countryside - the greystone villages, green meadows and flower-filled woodlands of north Wiltshire.
They have lovingly portrayed this landscape in a lifetime of etching, drawing and writing. It is a landscape which, the Tanners believe, need not be lost if people really care as much to preserve it as the Tanners have to record it - this vision of Wiltshire.
Commentary James Hogg Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor PAUL WILLEY
Producer MARGARET BENTON

Contributors

Unknown: Heather Tanner
Editor: Paul Willey
Producer: Margaret Benton






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