Last year our film on The Tattoo Convention had tens of thousands watching. But that was tattoo lite. William Ranieri’s 2012 film has full body tattoos, legendary tattooists and tattoos which would impress the most blasé Brightonian and definitely presenter Becky Boo Ledger’s mum.
Equally amazing is Emma Foulerton’s film on plans for an offshore wind farm eight miles off Brighton’s coastline which will power 450,000 homes. Chris Todd from Friends Of The Earth welcomes this green initiative. In our regular feature, BrightONEnation, Christine Toimela checks out the Scandinavian community in Brighton. So Northern Lights on Brighton Lights. We go to Rapland alias Komedia for the annual Poets v MCs contest featuring a star turn from Spliff Richard.
And from Cameroon we welcome the great African musician Muntu Valdo to Brighton and lastly Paul Williams (looking like a very young Steve Coogan and with the same ready charm and wit) shows us somebody with their finger on a nun’s belly button, a district nurse being swapped for a lazy housewife and a drunken woman being sold in Hove Town Hall. A Seedy Sunday! Only in Hove!