BE on the CC on Christmas Day!

cc-christmas How very exciting. I am very thrilled to say that the Community Channel is showing a triple bill of the Bald Explorer on Christmas Day from 11.30am. So now you can open all your festive presents while watching the intrepid adventurer as he clambers over some of Britain’s greatest heritage.

I have to say I am very grateful to the Community Channel for taking such a massive interest in the BE programme and I am looking to work with them more fully next year (2013) with a new exciting series. I do have three more episodes to deliver early in the year. These I think are likely to be screened in February, making a nice series of 6 episodes broadcast on UK TV. For me that is quite an accolade.

Also I would like to thanks all the fans and supporters who have enjoyed the journey, the episodes and read the blogs along with way, and those that have even taken the time to comment. It is all very much appreciated. I do hope you all have a fabulous Christmas and a very happy New Year. I very much look forward to connecting up with you all again in 2013 when we can get back to some more exploring.

Happy Christmas to you all!




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About Richard Vobes

Richard Vobes is traveling Great Britain seeking out its history, customs and traditions, presenting them in a fun filled informative series called the Bald Explorer. Richard is an award winning podcaster, videographer and actor based in Worthing, England. Follow +RichardVobes on Google+

One Response to “BE on the CC on Christmas Day!”

  1. You keep making them – we will all keep watching them. Its been a great journey. May you have many more successes in the coming year Richard. Merry Christmas