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The Butchers

Published 29 September 2017

⧉ Over on our Rediffusion subsite, a 1961 visit to the film editing department at Television House

Gigglers, gogglers and gumption

Published 15 September 2017

⧉ Over on our Rediffusion subsite, director James Butler talks about the hell that is studio visits by the public

Achtung! Absence makes the heart grow fonder

Published 8 September 2017

⧉ Over on our Rediffusion subsite, director Mark Lawton is seconded to West Germany in 1961… and the results are Not Good

John Lord – television teacher No. 1

Published 18 July 2017

Meet television’s first on-screen teacher, appearing on our screens in 1957

New TV system needed

Published 11 July 2017

Did Associated-Rediffusion’s managing director predict digital television in 1962?

CITV 1963

Published 19 June 2017

A look at what children were watching on ITV in 1963

Tonight’s Associated-Rediffusion… in 1956

Published 8 February 2017

A look at what was on A-R on Wednesday 8 February 1956

ITV 1955: The view from Australia

Published 22 September 2016

How The Age reacted to the birth of ITV

ITV 1955: The view from Canada

Published 22 September 2016

How the Ottawa Citizen reacted to the birth of ITV

ITV 1955: The view from Scotland

Published 22 September 2016

How the Glasgow newspapers reacted to the birth of ITV

ITV 1955: The view from America

Published 22 September 2016

How the Daytona Beach Morning Journal reacted to the birth of ITV

✎ Fountaineer

Published 12 April 2016

A new minisite from Transdiffusion devoted to the soon-to-be-gone Wembley studios.

Forward march

Published 30 November 2015

An unpopular war in the Middle East forces a change of identity for the biggest ITV company

Redvers Kyle 1929-2015

Published 19 November 2015

Remembering one of the consummate voices of ITV

Tonight’s ITV… in 1955

Published 22 September 2015

What was on ITV on Thursday 22 September 1955

Rising star

Published 22 September 2015

Associated-Rediffusion starts the day with pomp and circumstance

The players

Published 3 September 2005

The companies that made Thames