405 Alive Issue 22 (Summer 1994)
|27||Scale Drawing Of An Emitron Camera.||Front, side and plan views.|
|32||Post-War Life as an E.M.I. Television Service Engineer.
Wilton B.Smith, C.Eng
|Recollections of an E.M.I. Engineer following World War 2.|
|35||The Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) Educational Television System, 1965-1979.
|A London-wide schools television service.|
|37||European And North American Cameras No.2.
|The Pye Mk.3 camera, extensively used by I.T.V. In the late 1950s.|
|A visit to Foley Street, hub of A.T.V.'s operations in London.|
|42||Addendum To 'Historic Televisions And Video Recorders' , 1st Edition 1983.||Corrections and additions to the 1st publication of the book.|
|45||Seeing By Wireless At Last!
|An article from the Wireless Review, December 13th 1923.|
|53||How Times Change.
|The primitive arrangements for continuity and captions at Tyne Tees Television in the black and white era.|
|56||Notes And Queries: A Myth Exposed ?||The B.B.C.'s Television Programme As Broadcast' note for the closing of the television service at the start of World War 2.|
|A few tips on vintage camera restoration.|