Presented   by   BBC   Look   North   journalist   Tom   Ingall,   this film   was   produced   by   Matt   Overton   of   the   Media   Studies Department   of   the   University   of   Bradford.   The   executive producers   were   Monica   Ventress   and   Vin   McLaughlan   of the Society. Filming   began   at   the   annual   Postgate   rally   in   Egton   Bridge in   2015,   and   includes   locations   in   Whitby,   Robin   Hood’s Bay,   Ugthorpe,   Hutton-le-Hole,   Ushaw,   Littlebeck,   Burton Constable    and    York.    Members    of    the    Whitby    Amateur Dramatic    Society    and    Whitby    Endeavour    Rotary    Club feature      in      reconstructed      scenes;      Ian      Pattison,      a parishioner   of   St   Hedda’s   Egton   Bridge,   plays   the   part   of Fr.   Postgate   himself.   As   well   as   the   life   of   the   Martyr,   the film   traces   the   history   of   the   Protestant   reformation   and its     impact     on     the     Catholic     communities     in     North Yorkshire. Monica   Ventress,   chair   of   the   Society,   said:   “The   Postgate Society    has    commissioned    this    DVD    to    further    raise awareness,     particularly     among     young     people     in     our schools   and   colleges.”   Complimentary   copies   of   the   DVD have    already    been    sent    to    every    one    of    our    diocesan schools Copies    of    the    DVD    are    available    from:    The    Postgate Society,    c/o    Middlesbrough    Diocesan    Archives,    Curial Offices,   50a   The   Avenue,   Linthorpe,   Middlesbrough,   TS5 6QT.      A   donation   of   £9   is   requested   for   each   copy   (please make cheques payable to “The Postgate Society”).
DVD of the life of Blessed Nicholas Postgate