Steve Wharton is a performer, presenter and media producer with a passion for his native Cumbria. As the pandemic made live storytelling and music performances less viable, Steve continued connecting with audiences in a variety of ways to tell the stories of Cumbria and its heritage. In fact, the step into media production has enabled Steve to produce content beyond the scope of his home county. Check out the 28 Dales Later and Lyre Lyre podcasts as well as his latest album, Natural State, which features songs written in 5 different countries. Following his TV presenting debut in Terry Abraham's A Year On Helvellyn, he can now been seen in At Home In The Steep Places, a feature-length documentary about climbing legend Bill Peascod. Filmed in Cumbria, New South Wales and Kyoto, the film was filmed & directed by Steve Wharton & Perrin Walker.
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