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Articles about Border Television

Front men – what are they really like?

Published 11 December 2023

Two men whose faces are well known in the north

Border TV nails its colour to the mast

Published 1 August 2023

Border Television’s tenth birthday brings something new: colour

Another chance to see… regional ITV

Published 21 July 2023

What’s on ITV tonight? There was once over a dozen answers to this question

The Authority’s Stations: The Borders

Published 13 July 2023

ITV transmitters in 1962: for the England/Scotland border

ITV in 1988: Border

Published 19 January 2023

Inside Border Television in 1988

An arm’s length from Carlisle

Published 9 January 2023

Border Television punches above its weight

ITV: the Programmes and the Companies

Published 27 September 2021

The ITA gives us a quick look at how ITV is organised in 1966

Television for local communities

Published 18 January 2021

Border Television’s managing director on his station’s place in the world

ITV’s Regional Strength

Published 9 October 2020

What makes ITV worth watching is regional programmes from your local station, says the IBA in 1976

Crisis facing Border TV

Published 7 September 2020

Will Border Television go to the wall due to the ITV levy and the costs of introducing colour?

Border Television choose a Symbol

Published 2 June 2020

‘The Stage’ newspaper reports in 1960 on how Border TV will look when it launches

Factsheet 1966: The Independent Television Authority

Published 9 August 2018

An introduction to Independent Television in 1966

Frost joins tycoons in shock ITV shake-up

Published 23 July 2018

The Daily Mirror reports on the decisions taken by the ITA in the ITV franchise round of 1967

CITV 1963

Published 19 June 2017

A look at what children were watching on ITV in 1963

Tonight’s Border TV… in 1969

Published 11 October 2014

What was on Border on Saturday 11 October 1969

Tonight’s Border TV… in 1971

Published 16 August 2014

What was on Border on Monday 16 August 1971

Be Nice to Each Other

Published 19 February 2013

BLOG: There can only be a few people who can be counted as true television personalities, in front of the camera are the presenters and behind them are the production staff. Very rarely there are people who do both at the same time such as Jack Hargreaves from Southern Television and Brian Connell from Anglia, one such of these unique breed died on Sunday.

The end of the Border line

Published 9 September 2010

Colm O’Rourke reflects on the life and death of Border Television

Bye-bye Border?

Published 8 April 2008

The end for ITV’s smallest region?

How to save ITV

Published 30 September 2005

“The People’s Channel” is off-course and heading downstream to disaster, says Glenn Aylett

Border Country

Published 1 November 2004

Broadcasting in Cumbria

You can’t touch me, I’m part of the union

Published 1 June 2004

Glenn Aylett on industrial relations in broadcasting

Border

Published 24 May 2004

Solid and reliable

Into the firing line

Published 18 March 2003

Broadcasters are under the closest scrutiny they have been under in years

Colin Weston

Published 1 January 2003

Continuity announcer

Review of the Year: 2001

Published 15 December 2001

That was the year that was, it’s over, let it go

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Thursday 11 April 2024