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Dundee High Rugby vs Swansea

Posted onJanuary 26, 2013

Dundee High Rugby vs Swansea

Dundee High Rugby vs Swansea

The Dundee Channel recorded last weeks encounter at Mayfield – despite the occasional blizzard. Dundee High faced Swansea in the British and Irish Cup game.

 

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We will be there this Saturday will you ?

Posted onJanuary 15, 2013

We will be there this Saturday will you ?

We will be there this Saturday will you ?

Dundee High vs Swansea in the British and Irish Cup Saturday 19th January Mayfield 2pm Kick Off  http://www.dundeehsfprugby.org.uk/
Here’s the recording from Dundee High Rugby’s win over Carmarthen Quins just before Christmas.

 

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Dundee High Rugby vs Carmarthen Quins

Posted onDecember 20, 2012

Dundee High Rugby vs Carmarthen Quins

Recording of Saturdays British and Irish Cup game at Mayfield in Dundee

Ian Rankin gives his reaction to Dundee High Rugbys Win

Posted onDecember 16, 2012

Ian speaking to Erin Linton after yesterdays match, the entire match will be on line later this week.
Ian Rankin gives his reaction to Dundee High Rugbys Win.

British & Irish Cup Rugby in Dundee

Posted onOctober 27, 2012

British & Irish Cup Rugby in Dundee

Recorded on 20th October 2012 you can watch the Dundee High Rugby vs Cornish Pirates game here. Multi camera event recording is continually being developed at The Dundee Channel – get in touch if you’d like to discuss how we could cover your sport.

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Dundee face Cornish Pirates in British and Irish Cup Game

Posted onSeptember 21, 2012

Dundee face Cornish Pirates in British and Irish Cup Game

Dundee face Cornish Pirates in British and Irish Cup GameDundee High Rugby are preparing for one of their toughest challenges in recent years as they face the Cornish Pirates in the British & Irish Cup on saturday the 20th October at 3pm at Mayfield, Dundee. We went along to their training at Dundee’s Mayfield Park where the Club President and Director encouraged everyone to come along and support the team.

 

 

 

 

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Good Vibrations as Robots Return to the Forbidden Planet

Posted onJune 14, 2012

Good Vibrations as Robots Return to the Forbidden Planet

Good Vibrations as Robots Return to the Forbidden PlanetAn out-of-this world experience was in the stars for a group of talented young High School of Dundee actors and musicians today when they came face to face with robots, androids and cyborgs at Dundee Science Centre.
The pupils, who are appearing in the hit musical ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ at the newly refurbished Gardyne Theatre later this month, encountered an amazing range of robots as they visited the ‘Robot’ exhibition. As well as revealing innovative technology and cutting-edge engineering, ‘Robot’ explores how humans have imagined robots in fiction and film, and gave the pupils a chance to experience real robots including the very entertaining Robothespian, the only interactive humanoid, life-sized robot of its kind in Scotland.
Hannah Crookes, Director of Science Learning and Public Engagement, Dundee Science Centre, “We are really delighted that the pupils chose to come to the Science Centre for inspiration – it’ll certainly help them get into a robotic mood! We wish them all the best with their show – I’m sure it will be fantastic.”
During their visit, the High School pupils saw imagined robots and cyborgs from the 1956 film ‘Forbidden Planet and the recent ‘Iron Man’ before meeting a life-size R2-D2 from ‘Star Wars’, Kryten from ‘Red Dwarf’ and Michael Jackson’s robotic alter-ego from Moonwalker. There was also the chance to play with a family of Pleo robots, a ‘toy’ dinosaur which is actually a sophisticated, autonomous domestic robot, capable of responding to its environment and ‘learning’.
Mrs Lindsay Drummond, Head of Drama at the High School of Dundee explained, “Over fifty pupils are involved in the staging of Return to the Forbidden Planet at the Gardyne Theatre from 20 to 22 June. Featuring a humanoid robot and a giant alien monster, this jukebox musical is loosely based on Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ and the 1956 science fiction film ‘Forbidden Planet’. The ‘Robot’ exhibition is an ideal experience for our young actors as they ‘get into’ their space-age characters, especially for our own robot, ‘Ariel’ who is being played by Form 6 pupil Steven Moyes.”
 
Showcasing a galaxy of young talent, Return to the Forbidden Planet is a fantastic musical for the whole family and features over twenty well-known antenna-tapping hits including: Good Vibrations, Great Balls of Fire, Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll, Wipe Out, Pretty Woman and, Monster Mash. This great music sets the scene for the adventures of hero, Captain Tempest, as his spaceship is drawn mysteriously to planet D’Illyria where mad scientist Dr Prospero and his lovely daughter, Miranda, are marooned.
 
‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ is on show at the Gardyne Theatre at 7pm from 20 to 22 June 2012. Tickets cost £12 for adults, £8 for children, and are available from City Square Box Office on 01382 434940 or book online at www.dundeebox.co.uk
 
‘Robot’ is on show at Dundee Science Centre until Sunday 30 September 2012, and is sponsored by the University of Dundee, Subsea 7 and the University of Abertay Dundee.  For information, visit www.dundeesciencecentre.org.uk or call 01382 868604.

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Dundee High School FP Rugby Team success best ever

Posted onMarch 18, 2012

Dundee High School FP Rugby Team success best ever

Dundee High School FP Rugby Team league success is best ever

The recent success of Dundee High School Former Pupils Rugby team in obtaining their highest league position ever [currently 2nd of 8] was the focus of our recent visit to the team as they met for their weekly training at Mayfield Park. We spoke to President Gerry Tosh and Director of Rugby Ian Rankine who urged more people to continue to support the team.

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