New for spring is our new Porter Press video channel. Our aim is to make regular short films that either tie in with our books or are of general interest to enthusiasts.
Now that the winter weather is – hopefully – behind us, we have a schedule of filming coming up, and will be uploading new films shortly. In the meantime, why whet your appetite with our current and recently uploaded films.
Jaguar F-type - a proper sports car. Philip Porter puts the F-type through its paces.
Philip Porter drives a 1987 Porsche 3.2 Carrera cabriolet. I am Porsche - Hear me Roar! Philip Porter takes a 1987 Porsche 3.2 Carrera cabriolet for a spin.
9600 HP - The 150mph E-Type. So, what attracted you to the 150mph E-type? Philip Porter on 9600HP - it's not just about the speed.
Robert Coucher drives Philip Porter in his Jaguar XK140 around London. Seeing the Sights in Style. Philip Porter talks XKs with Robert Coucher and enjoys a trip around London in Robert's stylish XK 140.
Richard Attwood on Winning Le Mans in 1970 in a Porsche 917. Sixties motor racing legend, Richard Attwood describes how he and veteran Hans Hermann took Porsche's first victory at Le Mans, combating appalling conditions in the fearsome iconic Porsche 917 resplendent in its famous and dramatic red and white livery.
History of Maserati 8CM. We detail the amazing history of what is arguably the most famous Maserati of all.
Paul Abadjian drives Philip Porter around Dorset in a 1961 Chevrolet Corvette. Paul Abadjian of Retro Classics Limited, Dorset and XK Club stalwart takes us on a summer's day tour around beautiful Dorset explaining why he thinks driving this Corvette is such a hoot.
Jaguar C-type - The Autobiography of XKC 051. A spotlight on one of our most popular ‘Great Cars’ titles.
Not to mention a series of short films on the Martin Brundle Scrapbook, featuring both Martin himself and the inimitable Murray Walker talking about the most recent in the ‘Scrapbook’ series.
And, as a special treat – Barry Cryer amuses himself – and us – with some reminiscences and jokes – you’ll find more Bazza fun in the Barry Cryer Scrapbook.