Well here is a real challenge for those of you of a certain age.
During the early to mid 70s, in the heyday of PIF, there was one broadcast during school holidays or Saturday mornings which must have been for the National Park to drum up tourism.
I think it was in colour and it was based around images from the Yorkshire Dales showing Aysgarth Falls, a Land Rover going through a ford and I seem to remember a scene with two blokes in period costume having a sword fight in front of somewhere like Castle Bolton, plenty of other images also.
The other stand-out thing was the voice-over which was by Frank Windsor (of Softly, Softly fame) trying to do his best Yorkshire accent - ha, ha. He was waxing lyrically about place names that were old/ancient.
But here's the rub :- what I can remember but cannot find anything (and I mean anything) about, was the background/incidental music. It was the music that really ' haunted ' me and brought the whole film to life.
It worked for me, I began walking and haven't stopped since (not quite in that Forrest Gump sort of way).
It had that pastoral feel to it which suggests Vaughan-Williams or Britten, but was it from something classical or was it a piece composed specifically for the film ?
I am hoping that all you good people will at least know what film I am talking about as nearly everyone I dare mention this to (of my age and from the Region) don't even remember the film. So that would be a start, but if we have any real music officianados out there - even better.
So the question is what is the music that went with the film ?
And before I get an avalanche of quick - win suggestions - you wouldn't believe the lengths I have gone to for an answer - I do know about Oliver Slaney and one suggestion on another forum that it was his piece of music called 'Kidlington Green', and yes - I know you can now get all the PIF in CD sets. But not this film. There are clips on YouTube for the similar ' Cleveland Way ' film that was running at about the same time.
So come on walkers - thinking caps on.