VINYL music will be celebrated in October during a screening of a film about the come back story of the record shop on British high streets.

Record expert and Chippenham local Graham Jones has spent the last 32 years documenting record shops across the country. He interviewed Philip Selway from Radiohead and Wiltshire local Nick Mason from Pink Floyd for his newest film, 'The Vinyl Revival and the Shops That Made it Happen.' It will be screened at Biddestone Village Hall on October 4 and he will be on hand to give the audience stories from his career in the music industry.

Wiltshire has some great music shops including Raves from the Grave in Warminster and Sound Knowledge in Marlborough and speaking ahead of the screening, he said: "I probably have 900 vinyls in my collection but each one brings a memory of when I bought it which is special to me. It was fantastic to work with Nick and Philip and get that insight into the music industry. Saving music shops on the high street has largely been down to vinyls and the popularity they have gained again recently. It is down to the hard work of the independent shops getting that music out there for people to enjoy again. You hear people talking about how they heard Ed Sheeran at a free gig in Sound Knowledge and it has that reputation of really getting the great music acts in that independents have."

The screening takes place from 7.30pm, tickets are £7.50.