John E. Vigar MA, FSA Scot., FRSA

Broadcasting

John has regularly appeared on radio and television:

  • ITV `Magpie` 1974
  • TVS `Coast to Coast` 1985
  • ITV `Highway` 1992
  • Frequent interviews broadcast on local TV news magazines
  • BBC Radio Kent regular Church features 1987
  • VIVA! Regular contributor September-December 1995
  • BBC Radio Solent `Treasure Hunt` feature March-May 1996
  • BFBS Forces Radio, regular contributor June-July 1996
  • Historic Aylesford (Video) released June 1996
  • Historic Rochester (Video) released October 1996
  • Meridian `Kent Follies Feature` March 1999
  • BBC1 ‘Inside Out’ September 2002
  • LIVING TV ‘Scream Team’ Series 1, episode 2 September 2002
  • CHANNEL 4 Documentary, October 2011
  • BBC South, October 2011
  • BBC Radio 4 `Open Country` March 2012
  • BBC One Street Patrol UK August 2014

 

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Latest Blogs from John

As I write this post the timbers are still smouldering at Wimbotsham church in west Norfolk. This is the most recent of what seems to have been a rash of fires in medieval churches. Wimbotsham church is essentially Norman in date with fine Roman...
Historic Churches of NorfolkA 3 week course led byEcclesiastical Historian John E VigarTo be held 1.30 – 3.30 onMondays 14th  21st 28th October 2019atFakenham Community CentreCost £30Norfolk has more medieval churches per acre than anywhere else...
 John Vigar`s  Church Tours 2020 (all churches subject to availability)DAY TOURS To book / enquiries  07962 368062 or john@johnevigar.comTuesday 17th  March              THANET Ramsgate x 2, Marg...
 As we travel around England, we occasionally come across fonts made of metal. In own time an amazing stainless-steel font has been placed in Salisbury Cathedral and many churches use a metal bowl at the front of the church. However, metal fonts...

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