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Mark Jarman from BTM.tv


filming Paul Thomson with his newly acquired Metro (Tim Morris).


BTM.tv The British Marques Day film is part of the ‘Spin- ning Wheels’ series which will feature members and their cars or bikes and is accessed from a sep- arate page on the BTM website. We are looking for members with interesting vehicles who would like to be featured in these short films. We tend to film at Brooklands on Wednesday mornings so you would need to be available with your vehicle then and be able to talk about your car and the history of the model. If you would like to feature then please get in touch with me in the BTM office – timmorris@brooklandsmuseum.com or 01932 857381 extension 226. We have been filming our evening talks for a


while and most of these are available to view on-line or in a sound-only podcast form, the latest being the Simon Taylor Motoring Legends


evening with David Hobbs. Access to the channel and information about BTM.tv and Spinning Wheels is on our website at www.brooklandsmu- seum.com/btm/archive/btmtv We were saddened to hear of the death of


Henry Hope-Frost in March, known to many as the ‘Voice of Goodwood’ for his live commentaries on events there. Henry was local to Brooklands and, whilst not a member, was a regular visitor to the Museum with his family. He also presented an evening for us in 2016 when he interviewed Brian Redman in one of our early Motoring Legends events. You can see Henry in action in that inter- view on BTM.tv at https://vimeopro.com/brook- landstrustmembers/video/video/259411496 Evening event parking, walking and picnics Our evening talks events are very popular and


Simon Jarman with his 1971 Datsun 240Z and Roger Armstrong’s 1924 Trojan Utility – the first two in our new Spinning Wheels series (Tim Morris).


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