Whitby church safe from landslip

A North Yorkshire church, made famous in Bram Stoker's novel, Dracula - is not under threat - despite parts of its graveyard collapsing down a cliff.

A series of landslides has dislodged large banks of earth containing human bones from graves buried over hundreds of years.

But the Diocese of York - which is carrying out engineering work to stabalise the ground - says the church itself is not at risk of collapsing. We have spoken to Canon David Smith, the Rector or Whitby.