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A look back 40 years to a very Manx Millennium Tynwald when the 'Lord of Mann' The Queen was presiding over the ceremony.
YouTube HD: https://youtu.be/hjt3HSC6x1o
As the Chief Constable Gary Roberts prepares to lays his annual report before Tynwald we have an extended interview to find out what the report highlights from the last 12 months. Part one
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/_BKq1Pfudm8
We talk with Mark Britton and Faye Devlin, two of the actor appearing in The Service Players production of 'Communicating Doors', the time-twisting play by Alan Ayckbourn which is on at the Gaiety Theatre this week.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/2saFFwm3kP8
Well known Manx farmer Kirree Kermode talks about her new role within Isle of Man meats as their new procurement officer and what the job entails.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/EYG9fVSUAJ4
Cat Jenkins talks about 'The Other Island', a new project that aims to give people living on the margins the opportunity to tell their stories.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/gaDcXvodkAY
Friend of the Isle of Man Wurlitzer, Keith Simpson, talks about this years series of free summer concerts being held in the Villa Arcade.
YouTube Ulra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/2y9bGOROn6A
Amateur theatre group Cloideryn are putting on 'Funny Money' at the old courthouse in Ramsey, we talk to the director and performer Carol Frazer to find out more about this classic by Ray Cooney.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/Wv6fZ_vxHuY
Unveiled for the first time, ahead of public viewing from Tynwald Day, we look at the new mosaic art work that's been made by the team at The Hub and Men in Sheds Port Erin.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/lJEveQSP-yQ
A sneak peak at one of the gardens featured in this years Port Erin Secret Gardens and Hidden Treasures event which is raising money for the Friends of Rushen Heritage Trust.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/mfMEBeSRmIg
As the flower festival gets underway around the Island we pop into St Paul's Church in Ramsey to talk with The Reverend Christopher Lowdon, about the event and also his last day as the vicar of the church.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/HDWoq-K0_78
A look back at some of the events that happened during June 2019 with ex local politician Pam Crowe.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/-Z6RuNP-kbA
Ian Longworth shows us behind the scenes of the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway and the new museum which is now open.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/LUZeQT7cdJc
We find out about the opening of the new heritage trail though Laxey Valley and how the group behind the venture hope it will bring for visitors to the village.
YouTube Ultra HD/4: https://youtu.be/lKAUVHYPTZI
Minister for Enterprise Laurence Skelly on what it means to have a national hotel group invest in the Island, and the possible effects it might have to other smaller hoteliers.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/Tm8SfxKKENk
A first look around the new Premier Inn which has opened in Douglas on Thursday. We talk with Simon Ewins, Managing Director Premier Inn UK.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/oOLSjo4wxxE
Film producer Dave Armstrong looks back on rare video footage from 1979, the Manx Millennium, and also updates us on the local film industry.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/L2fY0umETm0
We hear from Devon Watson from the Isle of Man Climate Change Coalition about 'The Time Is Now' event which was taking place across the British Isles.
YouTube Ultra HD/4: https://youtu.be/pCpm5In9VUY
Joanna Drysdale from the Isle of Man Wind Orchestra talks about their upcoming concerts and how they are looking for new members to join them.
YouTubeUltra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/o_6m4u6FmFQ
With her feet still bandaged following her win at the 2019 Manx Telecom Parish Walk, we talk with Emma Shilling on what it was like to be first woman over the line and why she will never do the event again.
YouTube Ultra HD/4K: https://youtu.be/iTrw2pOzv1A
Poet and artist Janet Lees talks about her new collection of images and poems, with the pairing of water as the main theme.
YouTube HD/4K: https://youtu.be/D0hQ8EUxd84