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Footlose in the Cotswolds Travel Guide

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England Cotswolds

From YouTube:

David and Debra's new film ~ find it on Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GUSS5TY ...running 220 minutes!
Probably the most complete travelogue of the Cotswolds you will find... Visit the info page: http://www.footloose.tv/FLE/Cotswolds...

Explores the Quintessential Cotswold Region; the landscape; the popular towns and villages; the gardens of Kiftsgate, Hidcote & Sudeley Castle. Featuring the GWR Steam Railway, the Cotswold Motoring Museum, The Mechanical Music Museum. Local events include Cheese Rolling at Coopers Hill, Robert Dover's Original Olimpick Games, Woolsack racing at Tetbury. Includes 6 walks in this fabulous region region, some of which are on the Cotswold Way. All the best of England on 2 DVDs. To be aired on Oxford & Southampton TV in 2014

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Overnight: Tennyson: The Lady of Shalott

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I consider this video a real find: Tennyson, Loreena McKennitt, pre-Raphaelite artists including Waterhouse, who painted the image above:

Alfred, Lord Tennyson Wiki

The Lady of Shalott Wiki

John William Waterhouse Wiki

Wiki for the Tate Gallery

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Overnight: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

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Prufrock

From YouTube:

An animated adaption of T.S Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". This was created as an honors capstone project at Rutgers University in the Fall and Spring 2011/2012 semesters, accompanied by a paper explicating the poem and justifying my creative choices. The poem has been abridged, which may anger purists. Here's a link to the paper if you care to read why certain stanzas were taken out, though it was mostly an issue of time: http://www.scribd.com/doc/93368902/Pr..

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Overnight: Visit Oxford University

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Oxford

Note: This is a Viking Cruises video.

From the 'About' information on YouTube:

Go behind the scenes with Karine Hagen at the university that has educated kings and presidents. Learn more at http://www.vikingrivercruises.com

Tour the University of Oxford, Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds as a part of the Oxford & Highclere Castle cruise extension, available on Paris & the Heart of Normandy and Cities of Light cruises.

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