Old friends together again. After 60 years Dot meets up with Gemmell at Trearddur
Gemmell revisits his childhood on the Wirral
Gemmell at his old school boarding house
George Neil steps out of the boat Dot to meet Gemmell
"Dot" at Trearddur Bay in the 1930s
No 51 "Dot" was named after
a friend of Miss A
Gemmell Alexander revisits Trearddur Bay in 2002
Dick Duckenfield interviewed Gemmell for the BBC TV documentary series
Gemmell gazes at the shore of his childhood home after 60 years

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The Alexander Archive
BBC TV Documentaries
behind the scenes

Gemmell being interviewed at the ValleyStream studios

Boat "Dot" in 2003 still wins
races in her old age

The Alexanders won races in "Dot" in the 1930s
Gemmell in "Dot", fishing for lobsters in the early 30s
Gemmell being interviewed
on Anglesey
Gemmell revisits his
school town of Sedbergh
Gemmell, the cameraman and the soundman
Shooting for Inside Out
Dick interviews Gemmell
at Trearddur Bay
A camera was rigged up on the car window to film Gemmell
Gemmell and the camera crew at Gaytoncroft
The cloisters at Sedbergh commemorate those killed in wars, including Gemmell's brother Stuart
Ashlea - still looking grand today
Filming at Ashlea