Tynwald Day 2012: Ceremony re-run
Tynwald Day is the Isle of Man's national day when members of the Manx parliament (Tynwald) gather for an open air ceremony which dates back more than 1,000 years.
Every year on 5 July, unless this date should fall on a weekend, the ancient ceremony takes place at St John's. Tynwald Day was first codified by the Manx parliament on the hill in 1417.
During it, the laws enacted by parliament in the previous year are read out on the hill in both English and Gaelic to confirm them.
A fair also takes place behind Tynwald Hill which attracts scores of stalls and entertainers.
BBC Isle of Man brings you a re-run of Tynwald Day 2012 ceremony, as seen on the big screen at Tynwald Hill.