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Dodes Page sent in this great video of what he and his friends do when they have a can that needs disposing of.
The film is called 'Scouting for Bins'
Scouting for bins
Three young men walk towards the camera, across a large lawn. Each throwing an empty drink can from hand to hand.
Jamie “Moore cans in the bin”
Dodes Alex “inder bin” Page
The rest of the film shows the three men in different locations throwing empty cans into bins. Including:
Various locations in a park were the can is thrown from different positions (sitting, standing, and moving) into litter bins. Sometimes involving the men throwing the can to one another before it goes into the bin.
In a residential garden one of the men is sat on a raised patio and throws the can behind him and into a bin.
Sat at a desk in a bedroom a can is flicked from the desk and into a bin.
Jumping on a trampoline a can is thrown over head and lands in a bin behind him.
Sitting in a lounge watching television he throws a can over his head to a bin in the hallway.
A can is thrown from a houses upper window and into a bin in the garden.
In the kitchen a microwave door opens and a can falls into the bin.
Two pedal bins are opened in succession and the opening lids used to bounce a can into another bin.
In the hallway of the house a can is slid down the handrail of the stairs and lands in a bin.
Cans are thrown from the lower stairs into a bin in the kitchen.
A can is kicked from the top stair into a bin at the bottom of the stairs.
A can is thrown from a moving swing into a litter bin on the other side of a stone wall.
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Scouting for bins
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This was a Dodes Page production.
Roberto Sbraccia made this video which shows a "not very pleasant view of London Buses"
Tales of a grim city
1. My second car is a bus
Various still images of different types of litter that has been left on buses and other damage caused. Including: Chewing gum stuck onto a head rest. Graffiti scratched into the paintwork, windows and seat backs. Stains on the floor, windows and seats where drinks have been spilled. Various items of litter including sweets, pineapple crowns and peelings, carrier bags and drinks cups, banana skins, broken glass bottles, chip wrappers, discarded food and its packaging, newspapers and tobacco pouches.
Tim Wheatley sent in this video of him and his friends doing their own Big Tidy Up
An Impact Production
Throughout the film the images shown change from still images to video footage.
A still image of a green big tidy up branded bin bag, then the numbers 5,4,3,2, and 1 appear one by one.
A still image is shown of a group of six teenagers, all dressed in green big tidy up tabards and holding a green big tidy up bin bag.
Video footage of the same scene, each person shakes the bin bag up and down so that it fills with air.
Various still and moving images are shown of different members of the group picking litter along a footpath bordered by greenery on one side and a waterway on the other.
Still images of some of the items collected in the bin bags are shown. The items include drinks cans, plastic sheets and a traffic cone.
The teenagers are then shown running over a bridge wearing their tabards and carrying full bin bags.
Still images are shown of the group stood by the full bin bags, and with the bin bags in a shopping trolley.
A video of the trolley being pushed and the bags being loaded into a blue hatchback car ends the film.
A still image of the Big Tidy Up logo is shown.
Carola Stewart takes a humorous view of her mission to Keep Britain Tidy
Carola dressed in black trousers, beige jumper and black hat walks along a pavement with her dog. She has a large black bag over her shoulder.
There are items of litter and some dog foul on the pavement.
Carola bends down and picks up the items of litter and puts them in a blue plastic carrier bag.
There is a close up of Carola’s face as she talks. She then spots the dog foul that has been left and talks to her dog as she picks the foul up in a clear plastic bag. She then places the two plastic bags into her black shoulder bag.
Carola is then seen inside sat at a piano, playing and singing.
Back on the street, Carola, dressed in beige jumper and black cycling style shorts, and white trainers jumps into the centre of a yellow, orange and green striped hula hoop that is lying on the pavement. She picks up the hula hoop and begins to spin it around her waist.
A man wearing jeans, black coat and a green scarf comes out of the building that Carola is stood next to, and speaks to her.
Carola turns to the camera and gives her phone number, which also appears on the screen.
What happened to Keep Britain Tidy?
I’m Carola Stewart and what I’d like to do, and what I’m good at are two different things. What I’d like to do is conduct an orchestra, write a really funny book and work in America. What I’m good at is picking up litter, giving parties and directing school plays.
Oh no, who did that? Not you Beelily I hope.
I’m on my way to my piano lesson I’m learning the yodelling yoderlich.
(Sings while playing the piano)
I laid aside hello magazine.
I folded up my specs.
Because I thought my goldfish
Might have heard the call of sex
But it hadn’t.
Finally my sex tip. Exercise. Going to the gym is boring. Whoo. Swing those hips ladies.
Do you have to do that here?
Story of my life. 0208 844 5994