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Dr. Chris High - Lecturer in Sustainable Systems - The Open University

Featured project

Herefordshire Life Through A Lens: Inspired by the incredible archive of local photographer Derek Evans, the project will result in films, exhibitions and education packs which will tour the county and beyond.

First film of the project "Stories From The Hop Yards" has had sell-out screenings in Hereford, Ledbury, Bromyard, Ludlow and Malvern alongside lots of rural screenings. 

The Catcher crew, including our volunteers and interns, send their thanks for your continuing support! 

Check our HLTAL website for up-to-date event news, extra interviews and lots of newly discovered Derek Evans photographs!

Funded by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and by The Elmley Foundation, The Beaumont Trust, Wye Valley Brewery, Ledbury, Leominster and Ross-on-Wye Town Councils and our crowd-fund supporters.


Also keeping us busy:

Snagged is a short film designed to raise awareness among young people, about online grooming. Set in Walsall, it shows how online grooming, is used to draw young people into drug running (County Lines), child sexual exploitation (CSE) and radicalisation.

Popular puberty resource Help I'm Hairy gets an update 10 years on. Both of these films are on the award-winning EasySRE website.

To Boldly Go: Staffordshire council’s independent travel film for young people with special needs, has clocked up plenty of views. The premiere was great fun too!

Transport for young people with special needs has also been the topic of our recent series of 10 upbeat docs: Access All Areas 2 made with Walsall College SEND students and Centro.

Playful Landscapes in Kington for Herefordshire Wildlife Trust explores childhood memories of play in the surrounding landscape. Watch the trailer.

Being a healthy adult is the message of Something You Can Do a series of films for the NHS.


Noddy Holder speaks up!

We thought you might like to see some never-seen footage of Noddy Holder interviewed by Bloxwich students. Check out 'ReDiscover Bloxwich' for new clips on topics as wide-ranging as why the Black Country invented heavy metal to Noddy’s school-days growing up in Bloxwich.

FORMED in 1996, Catcher Media are an award winning specialist media company dedicated to improving lives through digital technology, participation and creativity. We provide video and web services to enable children, young people and adults to learn about and communicate important social and health messages. Catcher is a not-for-shareholder-profit community interest company. 


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