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 schoolsCopies 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 makecheques payable to “The Postgate Society”).