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On the Telly

Scanning Live, reported on BBC Look North

Reproduced with kind permission from BBC Look North, this video features BBC Reporter Heidi Tomlinson at Cannon Hall Farm on the 5th of February 2012.

Scanning live at Cannon Hall Farm – a remarkable insight into the development of the unborn lamb culminating in our Lambing Live event on the 30th of March 2012


Sheep Racing at the farm, reported on BBC Look North

Reproduced with kind permission from BBC Look North, this video features BBC Reporter Emma Glasby at Cannon Hall Farm in August 2011.

Lambing Live at the farm, reported on BBC Look North

Reproduced with kind permission from BBC Look North, this video features BBC Reporter Danny Carpenter at Cannon Hall Farm for Lambing Live on April 15th 2011.


Exciting new plans for Cannon Hall Farm, reported on BBC Look North

Reproduced with kind permission from BBC Look North, this video features BBC Reporter Emma Glasby at Cannon Hall Farm for Lambing Live on April 15th 2011.


Lamb being born at the farm

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Cannon Hall Farm on Yorkshire Television’s Calendar

Reproduced with kind permission from Yorkshire Television, this video features baby Alpaca ‘Snowy’ at Cannon Hall Farm shortly after being born in February 2010.

Farmer Robert Nicholson is interviewed.


Cannon Hall Farm on BBC Look North

Reproduced with kind permission from BBC Look North, this video features BBC Reporter Neil Smallburn at Cannon Hall Farm during the winter snow of early 2010.

Farmer Robert Nicholson is interviewed and the proceedings are interrupted when a lamb is born – on camera.

Australian Farmer Brad Knowles has his first real encounter with snow and the farm’s white wallabies play hide & seek.


Farmer Robert’s 100 Not Out

Not quite On The Telly, but….

Robert Nicholson magnificently and modestly, he tells us, achieves one of the all-time greatest cricketing centuries.

After years of resisting he finally, reluctantly, agreed to share his masterpiece with those of us who can only stare in wonder and applaud his elegance and prowess.

Captured in glorious colour at Cawthorne Cricket Ground on the 9th of September 2007 by C.C.C. Films