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The RAF Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows, display over Scarborough's south bay while Mike Ling "Red 10" explains what it takes to be a Red Arrows pilot.


Coverage from the 2014 Scarborough Armed Forces Day including displays by the Vulcan Bomber and RAF Tucano.


Wingwalking aerobatics, Spitfire, and the final flight of the Vulcan Bomber, just a few of the highlights from this years Scarborough Armed Forces day.


Scarborough pays tribute to Her Majesty's Armed Forces for Armed Forces Day. The Sea Cadets demo a Gun Run and Flt Lt Steven Lewis tells us about why the Air Cadets support Armed Forces Day.


Scarborough welcomes thousands of visitors to say 'Thank You' to the British Armed Forces during Armed Forces Day 2017. Highlights include a display by a Hurricane and The Red Arrows!



It’s the grand opening of Barrowcliff Park. We get the reaction of the people involved, and what the Children thought of their new play area.


Children at Barrowcliff School join in the celebrations to wish Her Majesty The Queen a happy 90th Birthday.


All-round entertainer Billy Pearce takes time out to speak to Barry about his career, charity work, and his Summer show at Scarborough's Spa.


Brenda (Ladies Captain) talks to us about how she started playing Bowls, and the facilities at the Bowls Centre, before Martin (STVN) has a bowls lesson with level 2 coach Jean.


Scarborough’s Indoor Bowls Centre spent a week raising money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Brenda Foster invited us along to see what was going on.


Its competition time at Scarborough Bowls Centre. We catch up with Brenda (Ladies Captain) who tells us all about what went on during the May festival.


Featuring the Mile of Pennies, Raft Race and the Fishermen & Firemens Boxing day football match.



The Castle Sports & Social Club have raised over £1600 for Cancer Research & MacMillan. STVN’s Barry Robinson went along to present the cheques.


In this, the 1st episode of 'Castle Tours', Elliott Brindle explains the defences of the Castle and why it was originally built in Scarborough.


In the 2nd episode of ‘Castle Tours’ Elliott tells us what a Punic ditch is, plus how long does it take a coin to hit the bottom of the Castle Well?


Raising money for the RNLI, Loraine Tinsley & Yorkshire Coast Radio’s Tom Hooper, host “A Celebration of Songs”.


Raising money for Scarborough’s Lifeboats Loraine Tinsely is organising “A Celebration of Songs” at The Spa.


Supporting Scarborough’s Lifeboat we catch up with Loraine Tinsley who has organised A Celebration of Songs at Scarborough’s Spa.


From the hugely successful night, 'A Celebration of Songs', Loraine Tinsley presents the cheque to the Scarborough Lifeboat. A massive £3,022!


Nurses from Scarborough Hospital took part in a Bed Push to raise awareness for Sepsis. Karen Brown, Chestnut Ward, tells Barry why they are raising awareness for this condition.


Raising money for the Miscarriage Association, Clare & Kitty organised a Fun Run from Scarborough’s Blue Crush bar on the North Bay, round Marine Drive to the Spa Complex.


We paid a visit to Tony Baker and his house with over 10,000 Christmas lights all to raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.


Raising thousands of pounds for charity we speak to Tony Baker in Sea View Crescent. Tony spends 3 months putting up this fantastic light display all to raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.


Santa sends an Christmas message to Scarborough as he turns on the Xmas lights for 2014.


Director Wendy Holroyd tells us all about Coastival including Orpheus the Mariner and a record attempt for the largest puppet in the world!


We head down to the Spa where we catch up with local artists Connor & Nathan, plus Snake Davis, and we find out why a large yellow submarine has appeared on Scarborough's beach.


Experience Scarborough like you’ve never seen it before. Launched at Coastival 2017, Krash Labs recreate Scarborough in the virtual world of Minecraft.


STVN talk to Scarborough Borough Council's Nick Taylor & Derek Bastiman as the Coca-Cola makes a stop in Scarborough.


COMEDY:Cooper finds a new jacket in Walsh’s locker.... An Inspectors Jacket!


COMEDY:Cooper & Walsh are sent rescue a young lady, stuck on Scarborough Fair's big wheel!


In it’s 37th year, STVN welcome back the walkers as they arrive at the Crown Tavern after walking 22 miles!!!


Over 100 walkers brave the elements, raising money for local charities, by taking part in the 38th, 22 mile, Crown Tavern Charity Walk.



We follow Scarborough & Whitby MP, Robert Goodwill, as he meets the apprentices during his visit to Dale Power Solutions.


UK 10 Dance Champions, Richard Still & Morgan Hemphill, talk to STVN at the 17th Dance Festival held at the Spa.


Dance champions, Kyle Taylor & Izabela Skierska, talk to STVN before giving a masterclass at the 2015 Scarborough Dance Festival.


Have you seen Doris the Dragon?

STVN’s Barry Robinson chats to Jonathan (Writer & Director) to find out what Doris is up to at the Spa.


Dorothy Russell has been awarded the BEM (British Empire Medal) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the community.


Hundreds flocked to Wykeham Lakes for this years Dragon Boat racing. Barry meets some Foxy Ladies and Paddy (Yorkshire Coast Radio) tells us how his team got on when they took to the water.



Emmie (14) sings O Mio Babbino Caro for STVN and talks to us about her forthcoming performance with International Opera singer Katherine Jenkins.


Potato tickling, golf ball catching. Just 2 of the machines at Scarborough's Engineering week.


Nick Naylor tells us about Bloodhound, a car which will travel at 1000mph. That's 5 football pitches every second!



It’s “Fair in the Square” in Scarborough’s Trafalgar Square. Martin & Una explain all about the annual community event.


Mayor of Filey, John Shackleton, opens the 2014 Filey Allotments show.


Open from Easter, Filey's Bird Garden & Animal Park is one of the area's hidden gems. We have the guided tour meeting everything from Budgerigars, Guinea Pigs to Jacob the Donkey.


Food Glorious Food in fabulous Filey!

We paid a visit to Filey to sample the delights at the Filey Food Festival.


Raising money for the RNLI the Honda GoldWings ride into Filey. We have a chat with GoldWing event organiser, Dennis, who tells us what the GoldWings do to support the RNLI.


The WhiteRose GoldWings visit fabulous Filey to help raise money for the RNLI at the annual Lifeboat Weekend.


The WhiteRose GoldWings ride into Filey to help raise money for the Lifeboat Weekend, and John tells us about the return of the Scarborough GoldWing Light Parade.


Fire, Police, RNLI, Mountain Rescue & the Yorkshire Air Ambulance are all at the annual Filey Safety Fun day.


Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Police, Coastguard are just a few of the people we talk to at this years Filey Safety Fun Day.


Scarborough's annual flag-raising ceremony took place at the Town Hall this week in the build up to Armed Forces Day.


Did you know Peasholm Park was voted the 6th best Park in the UK? Linda, Peasholm Park Friends Chairman, explains all.



A Surf Simulator, BBQ, Bungee Run were all part of the fun and games at this years Gallows Close Caribbean Fun Day.


Local people are awarded for their outstanding contributions and achievements to the local community at the Gallows Close New Year Honours Awards.


It's race day in Filey!

Brydon tells us all about what happened in the Go Ride Cycle Racing event.


The GoldWing Light Parade returns to Scarborough raising money for the RNLI. We catch up with some of the riders and have a chat with organiser John Bates.


The Seafront was ablaze with colour as the dazzling GoldWing Light Parade went round the bays. Using on-board footage we catch all the highlights of this years display.


The  GoldWing bikes line up at Cayton Bay the night before the parade. We went along to get a taste of what to expect over the weekend.



We pay a visit to Happy Futures, a support company helping people with learning disabilities and mental heath needs. Angela & Dave talk to us about the work they do at the Skills Centre in Scarborough.


We take a trip over to Driffield to see “The Happy Tappers”. Faye tells Barry how the group got started, before the ‘Tappers’ perform “Singing in the Rain” for STVN.


It’s the Apple Pressing finale weekend at Hedge-Hoggers Cider. STVN went along to see how apples get turned into cider at Seamer’s community press.


The UK British Horse Logging Championship comes to Scarborough’s Raincliffe Woods.


It’s Howard’s 25th year playing at the Spa. We had a chat with Howard at his coffee dance and then have a look at an instrument which revolutionised the music world, the Hammond organ.



Archie & friends take part in a charity walk to raise funds for Angel, a 5 year old girl in need of prosthetic  legs after being born with a genetic condition.


It's Flag Day for the RNLI. We speak to Dave (Mechanic), John (Tractor Driver), Kyle & Chris (Trainee Crew) who tell us about their roles at Scarborough's Lifeboat.


With the new Lifeboat Station nearing completion we sent Barry to find out what the new station will offer Scarborough. Plus, we get an update on the £2.7m development at the Market Hall.



We take a look behind the screens at Scarborough’s Hollywood Plaza.


The Scarborough night sky is lit up as Ben Ellis lights the 1st firework at the Lions Bonfire & Firework Display.


Ani Tselha explains what is happening with a community project to restore the historic building 'Londesborough Lodge' into a centre for health, wellbeing and meditation.



Scarborough's Market Hall has secured £2.7m funding. Town Centre Manager, Nick Taylor, tells us about the big plans for the Market Hall.


After a £2.8m investment Scarborough’s Market Hall opens its brand new mezzanine floor. We catch up with a few of the market traders to find out what they think of the new look Market.


Superman, Spiderman and Ironman all flew into the Market Vault's for their Open Mic event to raise money for Children in Need.


Snow White and Queen Elsa visit the The Market Vaults to raise money for The Snowdrop Appeal at Scarborough Hospital.


Mary passes on her felt making skills to the younger generation at this years GrandFest. Presented by Royal Voluntary Service and now in its 3rd year, GrandFest celebrates the craft skills of talented older people.


The Market Vaults have been invaded by Darth Vader and a bunch of Stormtroopers!!


Seamer Primary School Choir open the Christmas Fayre at the Town Hall for the Mayoress's Community Fund.


Over 1500 runners took part in the McCain 10K race & fun run. We talk to Race Director Chris, as well as the winner, Phill Taylor, with a time of 34:15.


2000 runners take on the challenge on the 7th McCain 10k Race. Congratulations to Jay Ferns who completed the course in 32 minutes.


It’s the Moonbeams Festival at Wold Top Brewery. Barry chats to Kate & Gill (Wold Top Brewery), & Leila (organiser). He even finds time to sample the local brew!



Hollywood comes to Muston for the annual scarecrow competition.



Scarborough says a fond farewell to its Mersey class lifeboat as the brand new, jet powered, Shannon class arrived in its new home of Scarborough.


Fundraisers brave the elements by taking a dip in the sea, organised by the Scarborough Lions!


Hundreds of people take part in the annual New Years Day sea dip, organised by the Scarborough Lions.


Barry catches a ride from Peasholm Park to Scalby Mills station as Steve Johnson, driver, tells us all about the North Bay Railway.


It's full steam ahead on Scarborough's North Bay as Harry Gration MBE names the first steam train to be built & run on the North Bay Railway.


Did you ever want to drive a steam train? Well you can at Scarborough's North Bay Railway. Here's how STVN's Barry Robinson did on his Driver Experience.



The 2016 Oliver's Mount season is almost upon us. We talk to racers Ivan Lintin, Daley Mathison & James Cowton about the 2016  season as well as veteran racer Ian Lougher.


Racing at over 150mph at Oliver’s Mount Gold Cup. We catch up with racers John McGuinness & Bruce Anstey before lights out, plus Tim Martin from Mar-Train racing.


GO GO GO! Racing returns to Oliver's Mount. We head into the paddock to chat with Daley Mathison, Dean Harrison, Davo Johnson, Alan Walker and Mick Grant.


With the 2017 season fast approaching we catch up with racers Ivan Lintin & Daily Matheson. Plus event organiser Scott Beaumont tells us what we can expect from this year’s racing at Oliver’s Mount.



Using onboard footage relive the action from the opening round of the P1 Superstock & Aquax National Championships.


Katrina  (from the Waves), Toploader & Paul Young are just a few of the acts we talked to at the Party in the Park held at the Blue Bell Hotel in Burton Agnes.


Barry chats to Girl Group Bond & Celeste on day 2 of Party in the Park at the Blue Bell Hotel.


We visit Pickering for the annual Scarborough & District Railway Exhibition. Mike gives us a guided tour of the exhibits and we speak to Pete Goss, creator of "The Worlds End".



Radio Scarborough are moving to The Street. We chat with Jerry Scott, station manager, and find out why the station is moving, and what you can expect to hear on Radio Scarborough.


It's been several weeks since Radio Scarborough moved into The Street. We sent Barry along to Radio bomb Jerry's show, just after they began broadcasting from their new home.


Scarborough hosts its first CAMRA Real Ale and Arts Festival at Scarborough's Railway Station. We sent STVN's Barry to find out what went on.


John Pattison & Kane Cunningham tell us all about the activities which went on at the Remember Scarborough weekend.


200 miles - 4 days - 94 villages, towns & hamlets… On a Bike! Andrew Backhouse (Mayor), tells us about “Ride the Borough of Scarborough” which takes place from May 15th.


Coverage from Day 1 of Ride the BoS.

200 miles - 4 days - 94 villages, towns & hamlets… On a Bike!


Coverage from Day 2 of Ride the BoS.

200 miles - 4 days - 94 villages, towns & hamlets… On a Bike!


In its 2nd year Ride the BoS sees 43 riders on a 206 mile 3 1/2 day tour of the Borough. Visiting 94 villages, towns, & hamlets, whilst raising money for local charities.


STVN join Ken Kitson (Last of the Summer Wine) as he hosts a Race Night to raise money for the Scarborough RNLI.


Scarborough rocked around the clock to the sounds of Phil Haley & His Comments at the Rock n Roll weekend. We catch up with band leader Phil, and weekend organiser Stuart.


1 o'clock, 2 o'clock, 3 o'clock ROCK! It's Rock n' Roll weekend at the Spa. Stuart & Dave gave STVN access to all the action. PLUS...Wendy tells us what happened at this years Coastival.


121 walkers take up the challenge of an 8 or 22 mile walk for the 39th Rotary Crown Tavern Charity Walk.



TICKETS PLEASE…All aboard! We visit the annual Scarborough & District Railway Modellers Exhibition at Pickering Memorial Hall.


STVN's Barry Robinson opens the Scarborough Disability Action Group Xmas Fair. Tim tells us all about D.A.G and we catch up with Richard from the Littlefoot Trust.


RED ALERT! Scarborough hosts the 1st Sci-Fi convention featuring Red Dwarf’s Robert Llewellyn, Chris Barrie & Danny John-Jules PLUS… The Doctor (Colin Baker) pays us a visit.


From Dr Who’s assistance, Ace, to how to build R2D2. We even see inside a Dalek. STVN caught ALL the action from this years Sci-Fi Scarborough.


Barry nearly got EXTERMINATED when interviewing a Dalek, we catch up with Harry Potter star Jon Campling, as well as Dr Who's Assistant Ace (Sophie Aldred).


Red Alert!..... Sci Fi VTAC is back for its 2nd year. Event organiser Steve tells us what happened at VTAC, plus we find out about next years guest list for Sci Fi Scarborough.


Scarborough's Spa Grand Hall gets a Sci-Fi makeover at this years Vintage Toys And Collectables (VTAC) Sci-Fi event.


Todd German takes us on a tour of Scarborough’s Sea Life Centre. We visit the Seal’s & Penguin Sanctuary, and see the varieties of marine creatures at the Centre from Sea Dragons to Jellyfish.


Scarborough's Sea Life Centre has a new attraction. Curator, Lindsey Crawford talks to STVN about what you can see and do on Penguin Island.


All the action from the 16th annual Seafest Maritime Festival from Scarborough’s West Pier.


Live music, cooking demo's, maritime displays are just some of the activities which went on during Scarborough's 17th Annual Seafest Maritime Festival.


Ian Harper talks to Barry about the Shadows Guitar Club East Yorkshire. Ian then recreates the Shadows sound with a performance of Cavatina.


It’s the 17th annual Shadows Music Gala with special guest, former Shadows Bass Guitarist, Alan Jones.


Scarborough Sea Life Centre's Andy Jayes tell us all about what happened at the centre during Shark week.


Nick Taylor tells us about Scarborough’s tradition on Shrove Tuesday including ringing of the Pancake Bell and the Skipping on Foreshore Road.


Big plans could be in store for Scarborough's South Cliff Gardens. Adrian Perry, Friends of South Cliff Gardens, tells us about the proposed changes as they apply for a £5m lottery grant.


Scarborough Sport Relief 2014 held in Peasholm Park. We speak to the event organiser, the runners and Councillor Andrew Backhouse, Mayor of the Borough of Scarborough.


Strictly Pancakes! Lot's of different teams take on the challenge in order to win the Golden Frying Pan in the annual Pancake day assault course.



The Street has now been open just over 2 years, we have a chat with Mel who explains what happens in Scarborough's multiuse community building.


Tom Davenport hosts his Student Showcase at L'amour Cabaret Bar. Singing sensation Alexandra Kirby takes time out to have a chat with us and Alec Randall shows off his skills on the drums.


It's showtime with Tom Davenport's Spring Showcase. Staring his students of all ages and abilities playing a variety of awesome music.


Raising money for Yorkshire Air Ambulance we join Tony Baker in  Sea View Crescent. Tony spends 3 months putting up his Christmas lights which includes 57 trees and 2 model Air Ambulances.


Woodend hosts the first ever Totally Locally Wedding & Community Fayre.


Pupils from Scalby & Friarage School's get to see the Tour de Yorkshire trophy as it travelled through Scarborough.


From Star Wars to Dr Who there is everything to find at this year collectors fair. Plus, Steve tells us about Who will be on next year’s guest list at Sci-Fi Scarborough.


Lia Bull explains what went on at the Sea Life Centre's Turtle Fest.



Broadcasting from Haxby on DAB digital radio we go behind the scenes and find out all about what happens at Vale Radio.


Did you go to Scarborough Fair?

See what happened when the Spa was taken back to the 1940’s at the annual Vintage Fair.



Over 1500 people went to the opening of Whitby Christmas Market where traders have set up shop in beach huts.


We visit Whitby for the pirates weekend to see all the fun and games at the Tortuga Festival.


Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Whitby's been invaded by Pirates for the annual Tortuga Festival, all in aid of raising money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.#


We head over to Woodthorpe to team up with our friends from Vale & Great Yorkshire Radio for the Woodthorpe Christmas lights switch on.


History was brought to life at Barrowcliff School at the opening of a WW1 trench. Paul Johnson, Deputy Headteacher, explains all.



Chocks Away!! The Yorkshire Coast Model Flyers invited us along to see them fly competition model aircraft……inside Hunmanby Sports Hall.


Did you know there are dinosaur footprints in Scarborough? Or that you can find ammonites towards Whitby? We find out at the Yorkshire Fossil Festival.


The old Driffield to Malton railway is being restored as a heritage attraction in the East Riding of Yorkshire.