405 Alive Issue 32 (Winter 1996)
|28||From Paff's Scrapbook – 3.||A continuation on the series of extracts from Paff's personal Cartoon History of television with his arrival at Alexandra Palace in 1936.|
|31||Birds of a T.V. Feather.
|The Du Mont “Vistascan” colour television system of the mid-1950s.|
|35||Confessions of a Videotape Restorer.
|Different techniques required for restoring different video tapes.|
|39||Television Inventor at Brentwood Hospital.
|J.L.Baird's presentation of a television to Brentwood Hospital in late 1937.|
|A camera that recorded sound and vision onto 16mm film primarily used in the late 1940s.|
|53||Why Am I Spending Time And Money On Obsolete Junk.
|Restoring a 405-line television.|
|58||Seven Lines on a Pye V2.
|Restoring a bakelite Pye V2 television.|
|63||Alignment Alert 3 : Now In Colour.
|Alignment signals used by the BBC and ITA around the time of the introduction of colour.|
|66||Recollections From The Trade.
|A personal account of the radio and television trade in Northampton.|
|71||The Birth Of Cable TV?||The history of what, mistakenly, was claimed world's first commercial cable television system in Astoria, Oregon.|