Sunday, June 03, 2007

Happy Slapping Hoodies?!

Once more, thanks to the ever reliable Scooty, we've got a handful of photographs from recent SJA filming - that took place on the Bannerman Road location. It's thought that this was for "Adventure Four" by Gareth Roberts (and directed by Graeme Harper). Wonder who that mysterious hooded figure is stood in the centre of the road...?

In other news, it seems that recording may well be taking place in a library near you (if you live in Cardiff city). Thanks to 'stark' over on the Outpost Gallifrey forum for the update:

"A while back I posted about location scouts coming and looking around Cardiff University's Science Library. Well I had yesterday off work but just checked my email and the following had dropped into my inbox:

'Restricted access to Science Library Friday 8th June"A BBC film crew will be in the Science Library on June 8th 2007 from 8am to 5pm. They will be filming scenes for a new children’s series called the ‘Sarah Jane Adventures’ . There will be no access to the reading room or the journals collection on the first floor of the library between 8.45am and 5.00pm but the entrance floor will remain open. Library staff have been guaranteed limited access to retrieve journals from the first floor reading room and stack 1 throughout the day. There may be a slight delay in retrieval, but we would hope to provide items relatively quickly throughout the day.'

Hope this helps someone out!"

If you're in the area at the time, please remember to respect the wishes of the BBC Production Team - and don't get in their way; they have a busy job to do, and the more you get in their way, the more they fall behind schedule - and the longer we'll have to wait for The Sarah Jane Adventures on our tv sets!


Anonymous said...

Looks like the SJA team are being stalked by the woman from the Scottish Widows ads :P.

Anonymous said...

everytime i hear anything new about this series it all gets better! i'm so excited about this series!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I was visiting some friends in Cardiff and was also hanging around this shoot on Friday. The staff were lovely to the children who were with me and told us the 'monster' was called 'The Trickster'.