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Filming

Filming

Over the recent years X-Pilot has done a lot of exciting marine filming and photograpy work with various Television and Video making companies and even some radio recording. X-Pilot was used in the filming of Prodigy’s ‘Invaders Must Die’ video at the Maunsell Forts off the coast of Whitstable in Kent. BBC’s ‘Coast’ filmed aboard X-Pilot with Neil Oliver. The website Heritage Key filmed with X-Pilot on the Thames, see the YouTube video below to view the results, including a brief interview with Alan, the skipper, at the beginning. CBBC filmed with X-Pilot, again at the Maunsell Forts, for the first series of ‘All Over The Place’. X-Pilot was hired to record the BBC’s Marine Shipping Forecast as it was broadcast live and to record marine sounds of a vessel sailing late at night for a project touring the world and starting off in Tel-Aviv. BBC South East worked with X-Pilot filming a story about the pros and cons of windfarms. E4 came to film aboard X-Pilot in Whitstable Harbour for an episode of the fashion model show ‘Dirty Sexy Things’ which saw the poor models wearing rotting fish as fashion! X-Pilot has gone international as well, filming with ARD Television from Germany and for the show ‘Thalassa’ on the French Televion channel France 3, and you can click on the first You Tube link below to see an extract from the show ‘Thalassa’. Most recently X-Pilot has been filming with BBC News, BBC South East and the RSPB covering the proposed airport in the Thames estuary, and some of the results will shortly be available to view on the RSPB website.

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