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Dorset In Film - Take 10

Synonymous for its Public School, Sherborne has always been the number one choice when it comes to boarding-school themed movies. 'Goodbye Mr Chips', 'The Browning Version'...


Dorset In Film - Take 9

Standing an imposing 140 feet high, Horton's Tower near Wimborne is a classic example of a folly, and said to have once been the tallest non-religious building in Britain. The...


Dorset In Film - Take 8

With more than 300 exhibits, Bovington Tank Museum houses the World's finest collection of militaria. Not only has it played host to a small number of productions but the museum...


Dorset in Film - Take 7

Most of Dorset’s coastal areas are instantly recognisable on screen but the inland locations are not so easy to spot. Therefore we are now going to journey deep into the county’s...


Dorset in Film - Take 6

Perhaps one of the most recognisable Dorset locations to regularly grace the small screen during the past four-years is West Bay in Bridport. Famously renamed ‘Broadchurch’ for...


Dorset In Film - Take 5

Reputed to be the port where the Black Death entered England in 1348, Weymouth with its' striking Georgian buildings running the length of the esplanade, has long been a dream location...


Dorset in Film - Take 4

Swanage, with its’ Victorian pier and sandy beaches, has appeared on screen in some of the most memorable TV series of all time. The ‘Two Ronnies’ and the ‘Goodies’ have...


Dorset in Film - Take 3

A short distance inland from Studland nestles the ancient village of Corfe, whose roots can be traced back to 6000BC, but it is its’ historic buildings and village square that have...


Dorset in Film - Take 2

Just two miles to the West of Bournemouth is Branksome Beach, and the stretch of road from the car park towards Canford Cliffs doubled as Torremolinos in an episode of the popular...


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