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Britain’s experiment with Commercial TV

Published 10 June 2024

An American broadcaster looks on in wonder at the development of ITV

The ITA so far

Published 22 September 2022

You probably can’t get the newly launched commercial television yet, but here’s how it works

The Story of Independent TV

Published 22 September 2021

Behind the scenes of that new ‘Independent Television’ you’ve heard so much about

Never on a Sunday

Published 17 January 2019

The British cabinet discusses what ITV should be showing on Sunday afternoons in 1955

‘ITV was the start of the Coca-colonisation of Britain’

Published 29 October 2018

In 1980, Jack Tinker, theatre critic of the Daily Mail, turns his unsympathetic eye to the launch of ITV in 1955

Toddlers and the £750,000 Question

Published 4 June 2018

Lord Hill of Luton on ending the Toddlers’ Truce and handing £750,000 to ITV

Vital vulgarity

Published 1 January 2002

The Television Act 1954 didn’t create ITV – the genius of Sir Kenneth Clark did that

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Saturday 13 July 2024