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ITV in 1988: Tyne Tees

Published 13 April 2023

Inside Tyne Tees in 1988

Behind the cameras

Published 13 March 2023

Photographs of the people behind the pictures

Neville Wanless 1931–2020

Published 6 December 2020

Tyne Tees announcer dies at 89

Christmas Day on Tyne Tees… in 1977

Published 24 December 2017

A look at what was on Tyne Tees Television on Christmas Day 1977

CITV 1963

Published 19 June 2017

A look at what children were watching on ITV in 1963

Tonight’s Tyne Tees TV… in 1980

Published 21 December 2016

A look at what was on Tyne Tees on Sunday 21 December 1980

Tomorrow’s News Tonight

Published 11 February 2016

Introducing viewers in the North-East to their new news service in 1959

We broke the code

Published 2 February 2016

I think we now know ‘what’, but not ‘why’

Commercials? You’ll love ’em!

Published 1 February 2016

‘The Viewer’ in 1959 explains television advertisements to a new audience

Kathy Secker has died

Published 16 December 2015

TTT chief announcer dies at home

TV’s most boring ident?

Published 20 August 2011

Tyne Tees? HTV? Who has the most boring ident of them all?

The End of City Road

Published 4 February 2010

It’s been many years since I personally lived in the North East so the story that demolition had begun on Tyne Tees’s old City Road studios had passed me by.

Jonathan Morrell

Published 30 April 2009

News presenter and announcer

The popular and unpopular with TBS writers

Published 6 February 2008

Over the last few months we’ve been rolling out a new feature at Transdiffusion. Nicknamed “More About”, it involves putting in a link next to articles to find out similar articles on particular subject.

One for the Road

Published 1 August 2007

A musical tribute to the studios

Andy Kluz

Published 1 May 2007

Teesside news presenter

Logos in Print

Published 1 May 2007

Not on screen

News Timeline

Published 20 March 2007

News over the years

2000 Idents

Published 8 March 2007

Great look, too late

1999 ITV Generic Idents

Published 8 March 2007

TV from the heart?

Production Slides and Endcaps

Published 5 March 2007

Tyne Tees’s copyright cards

Bill Steel

Published 28 February 2007

Chief announcer

Pam Royle

Published 1 January 2007

News presenter

The thrill has gone

Published 2 December 2006

A rant about modern broadcasting

Tiptoe through the Startups – 3

Published 2 November 2006

Roddy Buxton continues his trawl through the Transdiffusion archives

Eastern Promise

Published 26 June 2006

Anglia was never the region it seemed

Mike Neville

Published 17 June 2006

North East television legend

Continuity from Newcastle

Published 12 June 2006

Forty years of continuity

Growing up with Tyne Tees

Published 29 April 2006

The local ITV station was at the heart of growing up in 1980s Newcastle


Published 29 March 2006

Who did what

Assorted Presentation

Published 29 March 2006

Anything else

And now, the weather – Part 2

Published 29 March 2006

Weather in the 2000s

Promotions and Trailers

Published 29 March 2006

Promoting programmes

And now, the weather – Part 1

Published 29 March 2006

Weather in the 1990s

Studio 4

Published 29 March 2006

The continuity studio

North East Tonight – Part 8

Published 29 March 2006

Mike Neville leaves

North East Tonight – Part 7

Published 29 March 2006

The programme leaves City Road

North East Tonight – Part 6

Published 29 March 2006

North East Tonight goes corporate

North East Tonight – Part 5

Published 29 March 2006

Several new looks

North East Tonight – Part 4

Published 29 March 2006

A new clone of “Tonight”

North East Tonight – Part 3

Published 29 March 2006

Going minimalist in 2000

North East Tonight – Part 3

Published 29 March 2006

The end of News at Ten changes everything

North East Tonight – Part 1

Published 29 March 2006

Mike’s switched

Tyne Tees News & Tonight

Published 29 March 2006

United branding

1991 Ident

Published 29 March 2006

The post ITV era

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