405 Alive Issue 21 (Spring (at last) 1994)
|Interview with retired B.B.C. Engineer Joe Starie about Lime Grove, Riverside Studios, Television Center and the Doctor Who opening sequence.|
|32||Death Of A Station.
|What happens to the footage when the broadcaster closes down.|
|35||Feedback: Outside Broadcast Van Colours.
Les Roworth & Paul Murton
|A follow-up to an article in issue 19.|
|44||European And North American Cameras No.1.
|The Marconi MK.III camera.|
|45||Transistor Televisions: Their Development and Order of Introduction.
R. A. Smallbone
|The first transistor televisions, some dates and prices.|
|52||Television Sound Transmission Before The War.
|The use of the T.V. Sound channel for high quality radio broadcasts.|
|57||J. L. Baird's Telechrome.
|Cathode ray colour and stereoscopic television. 1994.|
|59||I.T.V. Continuity Announcers, 1955-1985.
|A list of announcers and there associated companies.|