405 Alive Issue 40 (Fourth Quarter 1998)
|30||Teddington Studios: 40 Years of Television.||A brief history of the studios, initially used for film but leased by ABC in 1958 for television.|
|32||Lime Grove Memories.||Recollections of a worker at the five studios at Lime Grove during the fifties.|
|40||The Decline of Television Broadcasting ?
|A personal view of the future of television, with reference to the decline seen in Canada.|
|43||A Tribute to Lime Grove.
|Personal recollections of working at the Lime Grove studios.|
|44||Remembering Ronnie Scott.
John P. Hamilton
|Includes references to the ITV show “Tubby Hayes Plays...”.|
|50||A TV22 For The Nineties (Part 1).
|The development of the Retrovisor, a modern re-creation of the classic Bush TV22.|
|55||The First Television Revue.
|The first revue, transmitted by the Baird process in April 1933.|
|62||British and U.S. Television Series Filmed in Colour Between 1950 and 1960.
|63||In The Workshop.
|Restoring a pre-war Marconiphone model 709.|
|65||Measuring Capacitor ESR.
|Methods of determining the ESR of an electrolytic capacitor.|
|67||Oh I Do Like To Be Beside the Seaside …
|Details of a home constructed television discovered in West Sussex.|
|70||Television On Tap.
Short Wave News, April 1950
|The first T.V. system, installed in Gloucester in 1950.|