You can now watch Nancy Blackett's appearance in episode 4 of "Britain and the Sea" below. First broadcast on BBC 1 on 8th December 2013, David Dimbleby introduced Pin Mill as the village that "captivated" Arthur Ransome, and the setting for "We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea", which he described as a "frightening" but "entrancing" […]
We now have a gallery of screencaps from Nancy Blackett's appearance on "Britain and the Sea" last Sunday. Watch the slideshow below or view the set on Flickr.
There is still time to order last-minute gifts from the Nancy Blackett Shop! Our 'Learn the Ropes' and the 'Ransome Boats' Teatowels have been popular this season, but we also have Christmas cards by Claudia Myatt, "Swallows and Amazons" notebooks, stocking-fillers in the shape of badges and fridge magnets, and plenty of interesting books for […]
Support Nancy Blackett and get ready for 2014 with our stunning Year Planner, now available in the Shop. Designed by Claudia Myatt, it's a generous A2 size on semi-stiff card (delivered rolled in a tube) with a space for every day, an area for notes and a nautical image suitable for framing when (looking well […]
If you missed seeing Nancy Blackett on TV last night, you can catch up if you have access to BBC iPlayer. Nancy Blackett appeared in the final episode of "Britiain and the Sea" with David Dimbleby, and included Peter Willis, former Chairman of the Nancy Blackett Trust, showing him around Nancy and talking about both […]
This is just a brief reminder that Nancy Blackett returns to British television screens this evening as part of the final episode of "Britain and the Sea", with David Dimbleby. Nancy Blackett was filmed at Pin Mill back in September, moored off the Hard, approximately where the Goblin's mooring might have been. David Dimbleby was […]