405 Alive Issue 45 (Summer 2000)
|2||With a jaundiced eye.
Chas. E. Miller
|A look at some well-known Television receivers from an engineers point of view.|
|6||Television Comes to Radiolympia Part 1.||Television in 1936.|
|12||Where There's Smoke Part 2.
|BBC Visual Effects.|
|14||The Videosonic System.
London illustrated news, Nov 17th 1945
|Transmission of sound and vision on one waveband, 1945.|
|16||A Closer Look at Valves.
|Includes valve number systems and a look at the EF80.|
|18||Reviving an EM203 Camera Channel.
|An ex-Hungarian Television camera restored to working condition.|
|19||Television On The West End Stage in 1935.
|Details of a play called “Glamorous Nights”, created by Ivor Novello and featuring television.|
|20||The Baird Holding and Development Trust.
Adrian R. Hills
|Failed negotiations with Baird for the development of a new company.|
|22||The 1953 Show and All That.
|A visit to the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television.|
|24||The Small 'Green Eyed' Television.
|Reminisces of home constructed television.|
|26||A Tribute to Dennis Gifford.
|The Career of Deryck Guyler - Dennis Gifford's last article for 405 Alive.|
|36||Memories of Robin Day.||Robin Day in the early days of ITN.|