Fields of Fashion is more than a TV – it’s an independent retail movement. The show changes the perceptions of Britain’s shoppers, and via a makeover at a local independent retailer, we show break barriers, and show that on your very doorstep, is the key to an original wardrobe, often with a reasonable price tag.

You can see the trailer here:
Or one of the episodes of the show here:

Recorded in front of a live audience each month, Mint-V, (an anagram of Music IN The Valley) is a regular TV show produced by gVisions Media for community channel Worth Valley Telly, featuring news, reviews, performance, interviews and an upcoming gig guide, along with our newly added chart show – and occasionally features a competition. This programme engages it’s audience via a social network which gVisions Media helps to co-ordinate.

Here are a few episodes of the show, to watch at your leisure:


The show is also being road-showed through the Worth Valley and surrounding areas to encourage and increase audience participation, with the sub-brand of “Mint-V Extra”:

On the 6th of July 2016, Acorn Stairlifts handed over the keys to a brand new wheelchair access taxi to Manorlands. We didn’t stop at creating a contextually fun and uplifting video – we also refreshed the emphasis branding, and enhanced the logo so that it would compliment our high definition, broadcast-quality video.

You can watch the video here:

Company profiles videos provide between 1-3 minutes breakdown of what you do. Profile videos help to showcase the business capabilities to their fullest. If you have some manufacturing capability that your competitors do not have, it allows you to project them.

Next Step – now the National Careers Service – wanted to put together a selection of video case studies to showcase to their staff based across the Humber and Yorkshire regions – along with prospective clients and businesses, the impact their services were having. The result was a video which tells many different and positive stories in just 3 minutes and 4 seconds.

Watch the 2 minute doc here:

Or watch it here:

Written and performed by Terri-Ann Prendergast, this music video was commissioned by Futureworks Yorkshire as they were having trouble promoting their apprenticeship placements – not only was this resulting music video the most natural way of approaching young people, it also gives them a taste of what life in the construction industry is like, as well as making the statement “you can go into this with your friends rather than go separate ways, even if you are all interested in slightly different aspects”.


You can watch the trailer on our vimeo account at: or via watching the video below:


Or watch the full music video on it’s official YouTube page at:

Bradford based printer Bannerman approached us to produce this short educational film about the process of banner production –  or rather ‘super-banners’ as they are known as locally, due to their resilience in withstanding the often brutal wind and rain which passes through this part of West Yorkshire.

We gave this video a well-deserved superhero comic-book theme, and look out for the animated cape at the end of the video.


You can view this video on our vimeo account at:

Or watch below

Where was the true inspiration for Emily Brontë’s book ‘Wuthering Heights’?

Join Ian Howard from local history tour group ‘Wuthering Hikes’, and Josh Chapman, the grandson of the late Joanna Hutton – the first female curator of the Brontë Parsonage Museum in 1962. They look at the research work done by many historians, along with the Freemason connections and strange druid-inspired symbols on the moorland around Haworth.

The starting point for this research was interestingly enough Emily Brontë’s book itself – which describes ‘Wuthering Heights’ in such a way, that the contemporary-accepted location of the Top Withins farmhouse ruins aren’t the inspirational location…


Watch ask the locals at: