Helen Pheby gives a brief history of Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Her knowledge and commitment to the arts and the general public is contagious. If you were in any doubts of what there is at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park this webcast is not to be missed.
Tom Price, Sculptor, challenges the versatile and durable materials historically associated with authority and privileges. Tom challenges the viewer to look from within to feel and find understanding socially, politically, racially, culturally and humanitarianly.
This mesmerising image of a large clay head at Yorkshire Sculptor Park, Bothy Gallery, blinks silently from the gallery wall. Thought provoking, inspiring, challenging, peace and serenity are just a few words to describe Tom and his work. A website not to be missed.
Young British Pakistani Muslims talk about their identity, challenges and concerns. They feel caught between two identities, misunderstood and misplaced.
The video captures their feelings and thoughts of others about themselves and their community.
Kirklees celebrated Rugby League World Cup 2013 by involving a number of schools from around the area who got involved in performing the Hakka, Cheerleading, Street Dancing and the Choir.
KLTV visited the schools to film their preparation and was on hand on the 2 November to see all their hard work rewarded.
Kumon Y’all is a sports development project based in Savile Town – Dewsbury, West Yorkshire and was founded by Farook Yunus. Kumon Y’all seeks to use sport as a pro-social development tool for young people and the local community.
This webcast demonstrates the power of how sport can bring people together. History was created in Savile Town, Clergymen Imam, Church and Mosque representatives all came together under the umbrella of love, peace, harmony and sport.
Supported by Sporting Equals West Yorkshire, a friendly but highly competitive football match watched by over 100 enthusiastic supporters. A fun packed match, played in a spirit of sportsmanship and everyone who participated thoroughly enjoyed being part of the whole day.
Watch the highlights, who won the match, listen to the people who organised the day and enjoy.
Rev. Tom Hiney of Dewsbury Team Parish explores the perception that Dewsbury Moor is a cultural time-bomb, owing to segregation between ‘whites’ and ‘Asian Muslims’
Kirklees challenging Domestic Abuse gives you an insight to a very serious crime being committed, in many cases, “right on our doorstep”.
This Kirklees Public Eye information webcast goes into the heart of Domestic Abuse in Kirklees.
• What is Domestic Abuse?
• What is the impact and the cost of Domestic Abuse?
• Who are the organisations challenging Domestic Abuse head on?
• What is out there for both perpetrator and victim?
All these questions are answered up front and direct.
DOMESTIC ABUSE IS ALL OF OUR RESPONSIBILITY
This Kirklees Public Eye webcast is a preview of what’s to come in our 4 part documentary scheduled for October 2013.
• What is Kirklees Local Authority’s commitment to Domestic Abuse?
• What is Domestic Abuse?
• What is the cost of Domestic Abuse?
• What are the prevention strategies for both survivor and perpetrator?
Kirklees tackling Domestic Abuse Trailer gives you an insight to a very serious crime being committed, in many cases, “right on our doorstep”.
If you wish to be notified when our 4 part documentary is launched in October 2013 please subscribe to www.kirkleeslocaltv.com and join our forum.
This video features key highlights of the Kirklees Business Summit. Local business leaders came together for the launch of a new Business Deal which provides grants of up to £20,000 to support firms looking to expand, undertake research, create jobs, and/or take on apprentices, or young people.
Celebrate 40 years of Dewsbury’s remarkable victory over Leeds in the Rugby League Championship. Hear from the players and coaches who were part of that memorable day.
Hear what the current crop of Dewsbury Rams and many others feel about the amazing achievement of Dewsbury. A webcast not to be missed for any Rugby enthusiast.
The Bhangra Symposium offers an amazing insight to Bhangra music. The Webcast offers a fantastic debate by academics across the country. They interrogate Bhangra in its various dance and art forms. Also, Bhangra started as folk dance from the Indian sub-continent, today it’s played all over the world mixed with R&B, Hip Hop, Pop and Bollywood.
The big debates in the webcast is has Bhangra lost its authenticity? How is the role of women viewed in the genera of Bhangra? Finally the commercialisation of music, where will Bhangra be in the next 10 to 20 years.
A webcast for all music lovers, academics and historians.
On the 14 April 2013 the Kirklees Sikh Community celebrated Vaisakhi.
This very powerful, informative and colourful webcast demonstrates the sincerity, passion and commitment to how beautiful and loving Sikh religion is.
Steve Beaty, Huddersfield Giants Development Officer, raises the profile of Women’s Rugby in Kirklees.
With the England Women’s International Rugby Stars, eight local girls’ rugby teams and the Rugby League World Cup on display provided a very exciting day for all those who attended.
Stacey Rodgers’ Carbon Monoxide Awareness Campaign came home on the 22 March 2013. Neil Ruddock was the guest speaker and a Charity Auction with football memorabilia from all over the country and Europe was on offer for a very enthusiastic crowd.
This podcast highlights the dangers of Carbon Monoxide poisoning and the efforts that are being made by Stacey and others about just how vigilant we all have to be in tracking and stopping this silent killer.
VIRSA is a local community group based in Kirklees, and through hard work and determination have put together an exciting project called ‘Bhangra Renaissance’.
Today the newly appointed Huddersfield Town Football Club Manager Mark Robins and Head Coach, Steve Taylor where introduced to a jam packed press room by and Nigel Clibbenns Chief Executive Officer of the club. The questions rained in to all three me, particularly Mark, regarding the circumstances of his departure from Coventry City Football Club. [...]
This podcast dispels the notion that the Kirklees Muslim youth are resisting integration and opportunities to share their cultural, religion and heritage with the wider factions of the Kirklees communities.
This podcast is a must for Schools, Universities Youth Groups, Parents and Families to learn about what is being done to bring knowledge, peace and understanding to Kirklees by the young people themselves.
This three part podcast follows the career and ambitions of Kirklees born Chef Barrington Douglas who has become a role model and inspiration to young people.
The podcasts highlight his thoughts on becoming a Chef, Black Entrepreneurship and Young People and the Future.