405 Alive Issue 23 (Late Autumn 1994)
|19||B.B.C. Television Theatre: The First Years.
|Programmes produced at the Shepard’s Bush Empire in the early 1950s.|
|21||A Home Distribution System.
|A system for distributing multiple 405-line channels to multiple sets.|
|25||Television Simply Wonderful.
|A visit to the Television South West studios and notes on the Westward studios.|
|38||Two Dual Standard Receivers for Large Audience Viewing.||Televisions models 733 and 734 as used in schools.|
|43||The Longest Break.
|The story of Monday's Newcomers, an unusual programme consisting entirely of adverts but the programme itself was never advertised.|
|60||Post Office Involvement In War-Time TV Reception.
|Possible involvement by the Post Office in television broadcasts during the war.|
|82||Period Piece from November 1959.||An example schedule of morning trade transmissions.|