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Text available as features, articles, reportage. Topic word count to suit requirements. Audio duration also available to suit requirements.

Our Audio and Text follow two themes:

* Our lifestyle
This covers subjects relating to the way people of different nationalities and culture conduct their daily lives.

* Our Planet.
This covers how we care for our planet: its geographical features, plus flora and fauna.

Assignments undertaken with reliable in-depth subject research, with Confidentiality and quality assured.

Photography, Audio and Text are available as a package or individually.

Tourism - Java - 'Jogja - Not Yoga'

by adrian 17. October 2014 09:04

The following is a brief outline of a location that I could produce as a feature travel destination.

'Jogja - Not Yoga' 


 Yogyakarta - or as it is often referred to 'Jogja' - is located on the Indonesian island of Java

  This feature would cover what 'Jogja' and the surrounding area has to offer as a travel destination.


From beaches to mountains to aw inspiring UNESCO world heritage listed monuments.

It will also reveal what Yogyakarta has to offer within the confines of this friendly city.

From temples, historical heritage buildings, and monuments to bustling local markets and high class plazas.

Even if local crafts are not high on ones list this location cannot help, but impress.

Yogyakarta has craft work of the highest calibre such as batik, and silver and gold ware much of which is still being produced as it was in years gone by.

This feature could cover in depth some of the craft aspects of Yogyakarta. 

Such as silver and goldsmiths who are still producing their work in a similar fashion just as their forefathers did.

Good connecting flights to Singapore make Yogyakarta an interesting international destination whether for a vacation or a stopover for travellers on route to places further a field.

Focal points could include -

* Background to Yogyakarta and the region

* Geographical locations 

* Local and regional sites 

* Yogyakarta - accommodation, transport getting around - including on foot,

   what to see - including off the beaten track.




 Craftsmanship of the Highest Quality

Adding a different dimension to the tourism, travel feature could be an in-depth account of the craft industry such as that associated with silver and gold craftwork being produced of the highest quality. Craftsmen still using many of the technics they learnt from their forefathers and are only too willing to demonstrate their skills to any interested party.



A range of images are available to select from including that associated with the craft industry to support this feature. 

See Photography - Tourism - Java 

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The Equestrian Sport of Polo. How The Game Has Evolved.

by Adrian Page 10. June 2010 10:07

Equestrian Polo – The Sport Of Kings

Equestrian polo is considered to be the oldest sport in the world – over 2000 years old.

Its roots are well entrenched in Asia as polo is believed to have originated in Persia before playing its way to the Indian sub-continent where the ruling British Raj of the day took to the game. 

In fact they adopted the game and refined it to produce the style of equestrian polo which is played in an increasing number of countries around the world today.

Polo is perceived to be a game for the idol rich, but polo is much more than just a game. It has become an industry creating employment for thousands of people worldwide, and without these people the game would not exist.

The feature I am able to present will reveal how equestrian polo has developed over the years and spread throughout much of the world.

It will also reveal the various facets that make up this fascinating sport and the people involved who enable the game to take to the field of play.

From the dedicated grooms, the equipment manufactures, the people responsible for transporting the valuable polo ponies, the vets, farriers and more.

The equipment used today such as polo mallets are still hand crafted by skilled craftsmen in much the same fashion as they where over 100 years ago.

Although some mallets are produced from manmade fibres the preferred mallet by many polo players are still those made from natural materials - bamboo.

There is much to reveal about equestrian polo that does not meet the eye – a sport known today as ‘the sport of kings’.


For the full story please contact – apagemedia

Images are also available. Please refer to ‘Photography’ and ‘Sport’ category