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Authenticity and Historical Accuracy Advisor to the Film and Television Industries

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Our presenters are also available for film work. Recent work has included assignments for Staffordshire University media students and music videos.

Other filming has included Dim Byd for S4C, The Sainsbury's 2014 Christmas Advert, BBC TV's "Liverpool's Giant War" and "Preston Passions" for the BBC and short cinema promotional films such as Pearl and Dean's "Back of the Head", "The Long Way Home" and the forthcoming film "Can You Hear Me?" - a World War One romantic ghost story that is currently in post-production.

Richard was also Armourer for the location filming of the 2018 remake of "Journey's End". He has recently worked on an episode of the BBC's "Antiques Roadshow". Richard has also worked with "Up 'n' at 'em History" on various projects, including events at RAF Hendon Museum and RAF Cosford Museum as well as Aston Hall, Birmingham.

Richard has worked in curator roles at various museums including Haden Hill House and Hall, Dudley Museum, Sandwell Canal Heritage Museum, Stourbridge Red House Glass Cone Museum, and Dudley Glass Museum. He also has strong links with The Staffordshire Regiment Museum in Lichfield where he worked as a Museum Volunteer. He also has close links to The Museum of The Royal Welsh Regiment at Brecon.

Richard takes part in a variety of re-enactment events throughout the country, mainly with "The Birmingham Pals Living History Association" and "The 1879 Group" (Zulu War).

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