405 Alive Issue 14 (April 1992)
|23||Illuminating (Colour) Television.
|A look at the work of Michael Leeston-Smith, including experimental colour television work.|
|27||Polychlorinated Biphenyl.||The chemical 'PCB', its uses and hazards.|
|28||Those Television Interludes.
B. C. Rawes
|The films used as “gap-fillers” by the B.B.C.|
|33||J. H. Dallmeyer & Co.||A brief description of the company who manufactured T.V. Camera lenses.|
|34||The Potted History Of The Test Card – Part 4.
|A look at test cards 'G', 'H' and 'I'.|
|38||Using Varnish-Fixing Transfers.||How to apply varnish-fixing transfers and some of the potential pitfalls.|
|42||From Alexandra Palace – 1936-1937.||Exert of a script from 1937, including layout of studio.|
|62||Emiscope Tubes.||An E.M.I. Letter dated 1937 on the handling of Emiscope C.R.T.s.|