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Articles from 1 January 2004

The Controller’s Chair: BBC One

Published 1 January 2004

Ian Beaumont takes over another channel

The Controller’s Chair: BBC Three

Published 1 January 2004

Third time wasn’t so lucky for BBC Three. Give Ian Beaumont a go

Third time lucky

Published 1 January 2004

David Hastings reviews the first few months of BBC Three

Three’s Company

Published 1 January 2004

Will Tudor welcomes the arrival of BBC Three

Force majeure

Published 1 January 2004

Russ J Graham wonders if BBC4 is a godsend or a ghetto

London’s news

Published 1 January 2004

No more London News Network.

Defending Auntie

Published 1 January 2004

Ian Beaumont supports the BBC

Noises off

Published 1 January 2004

Does anyone give a stuff about sound quality?

Great Service, Great Sets

Published 1 January 2004

Glenn Aylett on the lost world of television rentals

Newscasting begins

Published 1 January 2004

A new approach to News

The Network’s News

Published 1 January 2004

A new approach

The ITN Adventure

Published 1 January 2004

Preparing for D-Day

Crisis at ITN

Published 1 January 2004

Preparing for D-Day

Training as a TV news reporter

Published 1 January 2004

Chris Chataway learns the ropes

⧉ This Week – The First Decade

Published 1 January 2004

Looking back at ten years

⧉ A Broadcasting Institution

Published 1 January 2004

An introduction to Rediffusion

⧉ The Adastral

Published 1 January 2004

Symbol of Rediffusion

⧉ Seen and Heard

Published 1 January 2004

Sights and Sounds

⧉ Schools Television is 10

Published 1 January 2004

It was, in 1967…

⧉ A Short History

Published 1 January 2004

A company to be proud of

⧉ Beyond the Watershed

Published 1 January 2004

A-R programming was not what it seemed

⧉ The Music

Published 1 January 2004

of Rediffusion

⧉ First to the top

Published 1 January 2004

Instant ITA wastes no time

Small Time – The Complete History

Published 1 January 2004

Definitive children’s programming

⧉ London Calling

Published 1 January 2004

Many hands make television work

⧉ Rediffusion’s Blithe Spirit

Published 1 January 2004

A-R’s lost startup

Small Time – The List

Published 1 January 2004

The full list of Small Time programmes

⧉ Curtain up

Published 1 January 2004

Getting ready to go

⧉ Undercover A-R

Published 1 January 2004

The archaeology of startups

⧉ Can ITV Educate?

Published 1 January 2004

A topical question in 1956

⧉ On Air

Published 1 January 2004

What happened on Opening Night

⧉ Disaster

Published 1 January 2004

It all goes wrong

⧉ Inside Wembley Studios

Published 1 January 2004

Take the virtual studio tour…

⧉ ITV Makes Its Bow

Published 1 January 2004

And the Manchester Guardian makes its judgement

⧉ Meanwhile, Back at Television House

Published 1 January 2004

What they thought of Wembley

⧉ Croydon Transmitter, Channel 9

Published 1 January 2004

London’s ITV transmitter in 1968

The Darkest Day

Published 1 January 2004

Joseph Gallant remembers the end of the dream

Cheap Drama

Published 1 January 2004

Tricks of the trade exposed

Blurring the lines

Published 1 January 2004

Free media. Free… to do what?

Street Cred

Published 1 January 2004

Ratings shouldn’t be the only yardstick

The New Rays of Light

Published 1 January 2004

Television moves in on the cinema and theatre

The True Cost

Published 1 January 2004

Because commercial television isn’t free

Between two stools

Published 1 January 2004

The British approach to public service

Don’t forget the TV Times

Published 1 January 2004

A publishing success story

Cineplex

Published 1 January 2004

The state of the UK film industry

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