405 Alive Issue 40 (Fourth Quarter 1998)

405 Alive Issue Issue 40 (Fourth Quarter 1998)
Page Title Summary/Notes
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 ?
Malcolm Baird
A personal view of the future of television, with reference to the decline seen in Canada.
43 A Tribute to Lime Grove.
Bernard Wilkie
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).
Stephen Ostler
The development of the Retrovisor, a modern re-creation of the classic Bush TV22.
55 The First Television Revue.
Denis Gifford
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.
Alan Keeling
63 In The Workshop.
Tony Stratham
Restoring a pre-war Marconiphone model 709.
65 Measuring Capacitor ESR.
Alan Douglas
Methods of determining the ESR of an electrolytic capacitor.
67 Oh I Do Like To Be Beside the Seaside …
John Wakely
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.