My new Heddspace Blogspot

This month sees the start of an important new series on Merlinhedd YouTube with the serialization in full of my two 2007 film documentaries ‘Voices of Albion’ and ‘Strange Myths of King’s Cross’. Originally screened at the 2007 Portobello Film Festival Annual London Film Makers’ Convention, both titles continue to expand on many of the themes originally set out in my 2006 film documentary ‘Legendary London: London’s Living Da Vinci Code’.
Whilst ‘Voices of Albion’ looks at the historical origins of the Seventeenth Century Digger and Leveller Movements, and their numerous imitators and successors, from the eighteenth and nineteenth century Luddites and Chartists, to the Dongas and Ravers of late twentienth century Anti-CJB activism, from Spiral Tribe to the Cool Tan Arts Co-Operative, ‘Strange Myths of King’s Cross’ examines the curious psychogeographic phenomena of Pentonville Heights and St. Pancras Old Church.
For browsers interested in downloading stills of some of the better known counterculture personalities to have featured in my latest cinematographic outpourings, a sharing folder of video stills from some of the more popular clips to have featured on my Merlinhedd YouTube Channel page in recent months have embedded themselves in this webspace.
For those interested in keeping track of the ongoing Merlinhedd Films blogspot, it can be found at:



About tartantombraider

A lineal descendant of Captain Robert Ferguson (1719-1799) the older brother of the great Scottish Enlightenment Philosopher and historian Adam Ferguson (1723-1816); the friend of Hume, Gibbon and Adam Smith. Also related to the great feminist author and playwright Rachel Ferguson. Have written extensively on a vast range of subjects, published in print as book author and in various journals and magazines into the bargain. Early work as an underground film maker on the early Goa Trance and radical anti-CJB political scene in the 1990s has since become more refined and ambitious and I am now a regular contributor to such high profile events as the Portobello Film Festival Annual Film Maker's Convention.....:
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