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Articles from 1 January 2002

The quest for Arne

Published 1 January 2002

Richard Elen has been searching for 35 years for one tune

Set pieces

Published 1 January 2002

Screen furniture from ITN

News At When

Published 1 January 2002

The mistake of messing with the Ten

Bring in the new

Published 1 January 2002

David Hastings watches everything change

Hello, Goodbye

Published 1 January 2002

Ian Beaumont waves goodbye to Westward

Daytime Hours

Published 1 January 2002

Andrew Hesford-Booth watches television during the day

Regional fun and games

Published 1 January 2002

Carl Ellis’s overlaps ruin a football game

Generations

Published 1 January 2002

Ian Beaumont on the eras of the fourth channel

Back to 1982

Published 1 January 2002

David Hastings on C4’s on-screen personalities

Channel Four as ITV2

Published 1 January 2002

James Pittman watches C4 develop

Above and beyond

Published 1 January 2002

A peon of praise from Joe Baldwin

Fourplay

Published 1 January 2002

David Hastings on a future for Channel Four

The art of scheduling

Published 1 January 2002

Pete Davis on how to make a channel ‘alternative’

Fourgone conclusion

Published 1 January 2002

Andrew Bowden on how C4 lost its way

Yes, it’s no

Published 1 January 2002

Russ J Graham on the trials of getting C4 on air

A channel for Wales

Published 1 January 2002

Dafydd Hancock on the twists and turns before S4C

Child Of Four

Published 1 January 2002

Ross Chapel remembers real minority programming

File on Four

Published 1 January 2002

Our Writers’ Forum on C4 and its impact

Liquid gold

Published 1 January 2002

The origins of the BBC’s Liquid News

Four what it’s worth

Published 1 January 2002

C4 killed quality television, says Russ J Graham

Seeing Red

Published 1 January 2002

The colour of news has changed

News makes news

Published 1 January 2002

Sky vs BBC

Press Red

Published 1 January 2002

Interactive services put to the test

The war will be televised

Published 1 January 2002

Changes predicted for when a crisis comes to a head

First reports

Published 1 January 2002

The new look of BBC local news.

The Fools On The Hill Return

Published 1 January 2002

Kif Bowden-Smith on the politics behind the return of TV in 1946

Ideal presentation

Published 1 January 2002

The best of presentation techniques

Never Mind The Quality

Published 1 January 2002

The ruination of ITV, seen by Stephen Hopkins

The grammar of television

Published 1 January 2002

How presentation – and daily start-ups – provided the full stops and commas of TV

Betraying The Viewer

Published 1 January 2002

Kif Bowden-Smith thinks the ITC isn’t working

Deregulation

Published 1 January 2002

Leave well enough alone, cautions James Barrington

Sharp Set

Published 1 January 2002

Andrew Hesford-Booth on presentation comedy programmes

Last Exit

Published 1 January 2002

Richard Jones on Lord Hill vs TWW

Terry Humphries

Published 1 January 2002

Cameraman

Sir Hugh Carleton Greene

Published 1 January 2002

BBC Director-General

Corporate manslaughter

Published 1 January 2002

Carl Ellis can’t remember being confused by Central

Channel Guide: Sky One

Published 1 January 2002

From Sky Channel to Sky One

Radio with pictures

Published 1 January 2002

Constant and unchanging – an environment where branding was king

Northern woes

Published 1 January 2002

Granada has betrayed John Philips

A Post Office genre

Published 1 January 2002

Bureaucracy, slow and deliberate, creates a new art form

Goodbye Britain

Published 1 January 2002

Thatcherism killed TV-am, writes Russ J Graham

Channel Guide: Sky News

Published 1 January 2002

The third or so force in television news

Never Go Home Again

Published 1 January 2002

Dafydd Hancock on why dead stations never return

Digitv.com 2

Published 1 January 2002

And after that

Muriel Young

Published 1 January 2002

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