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When Noddy and Twizzle met Lew Grade and a High Definition Television System…

Published 24 June 2022

A look at the pre-history of Gerry Anderson and puppets on television

The Story of Independent TV

Published 22 September 2021

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

Tune-in battle on the radio

Published 4 November 2020

Independent local radio is on its way, says ATV’s Norman Collins… in 1959

Opening day for Channel Nine

Published 31 October 2019

The Belfast Telegraph reports on the opening of Ulster Television

Tory-Weighted Programmers For Britain’s Comm’l TV Spark Rumpus

Published 29 November 2018

The first ITV contracts are announced in November 1954… but, as Variety reports, politicians are worried

‘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

How Britannia Rules Her Wavelengths

Published 9 July 2018

Norman Collins is disappointed with the government’s White Paper on Broadcasting Policy in 1967

This Thing Called Television

Published 17 December 2016

The BBC’s Norman Collins explains television for the benefit of new Midlands viewers

His dream became a TV miracle!

Published 16 March 2016

‘The Viewer’ in 1959 explains who Norman Collins was and why he was important to the history of ITV

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Friday 12 August 2022