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David Whiteley uncovers serious fire safety failings in other publically owned buildings, five years after three people died in a tower block fire in Stevenage. He asks whether the millions of pounds of public money being spent on tower blocks will make them safe.

Identical twins Paul and Ryan have a passion for nature and a talent for filmmaking which has helped them to capture Suffolk's wildlife on camera over the summer.

With parents increasingly spending thousands on their daughters special day at the school prom, the programme follows 16-year-old Kayleigh Merrill from Kettering and teenaged Ellis Hopper from Northampton over six months of preparations. Their mums explain why they're happy to dig deep to make sure everything is perfect.

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Mon 25 Oct 2010 19:30 BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only

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    Paul and Ryan Edwards are 18-year-old twins who are fascinated by wildlife and wildlife photography.

    They’ve won numerous awards for their photographs and have spent the summer filming wildlife around their local patch for BBC Inside Out.

    For three months, Paul has concentrated on filming a Barn Owl nest - in which they have set up multiple cameras - while Ryan has concentrated on the local stream, filming Kingfishers.

    Inside Out follows their journey through the summer as they try to capture the best shots possible.

    Even they are surprised by some of the images they capture – it’s only after they’ve finished filming that they see how a Damselfly leaps to catch a passing fly. To the naked eye the detail was too small and too fast.

    The twins own territory is the Suffolk countryside around Framlingham – a beautiful patchwork of farmland, rivers and meadows – and it’s a haven for all sorts of wildlife.

    Over the years they’ve filmed an amazing variety of creatures near their home – and produced stunning images. But these talented young men want to make a career out of it – and are keen to learn how to turn stunning pictures into television programmes.

  • Wildlife film makers

    Wildlife film makers

    A pair of 18-year-old film makers have been photographing Barn Owls and Kingfishers in Suffolk.

    Paul and Ryan Edwards, who are twins, have spent months capturing the footage for BBC Inside Out.

    BBC Suffolk: Teenage film making twins


David Whiteley


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