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ABC Weekday TV

Published 27 October 2023

Memory, all alone in the mmmm-mmmm, something something memories of the mmmm-mmmmm-mmmm

Can TV’s ‘lost weekend’ be brought to life?

Published 13 May 2019

The leading television critics from the broadsheet newspapers gather in July 1968 to discuss what ITV should look like on weekends when the contracts change

Manchester stalls

Published 8 May 2018

The Guardian in 1967 on why Manchester won’t be getting a BBC local radio station

12 ads of Christmas

Published 29 November 2015

The Guardian’s pick of this year’s Xmas adverts

Tonight’s TV… in 1980

Published 17 September 2014

A look at what was on television and radio on 17 September 1980

Uncompromizing insanity

Published 24 January 2009

Apologies, people of Gaza – the BBC is a bit jumpy lately It is sometimes said, rightly or wrongly, that the BBC and the Guardian newspaper are a good fit….

Why does the Guardian sell more copies at the BBC?

Published 28 October 2008

Stephen’s post, They would say that, wouldn’t they? mentions that the branch of WH Smiths in the BBC’s Television Centre, sells, as a percentage of all papers sold, a disproportionate number of copies of The Guardian compared with the country overall.

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