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Progress in television

Published 25 September 2020

The BBC brings us up to speed on recent developments in television in 1961

The Television Centre – its significance for professional visitors

Published 3 July 2017

From 1968, a look at why BBC Television Centre was attracting crowds… of other broadcasters

Under construction

Published 17 November 2016

The BBC Handbook for 1961 celebrates the opening of the first studio at Television Centre

Lego Television Centre

Published 4 January 2016

A TV studio made out of Lego and awesome

Studio Zero

Published 16 March 2015

Having decent studio space: from pride to an embarrassment in 60 years

A place to call our own

Published 13 June 2011

From a purely practical and logistical perspective, the BBC’s Television Centre is nowadays a large, old-fashioned and under-utilized building that must cost a fortune to heat and to cool, as…

Why does the Guardian sell more copies at the BBC?

Published 28 October 2008

Stephen’s post, They would say that, wouldn’t they? mentions that the branch of WH Smiths in the BBC’s Television Centre, sells, as a percentage of all papers sold, a disproportionate number of copies of The Guardian compared with the country overall.

TV Centre potentially safe and GCap maybe ready to fall

Published 5 March 2008

If you’re one of those people who think that the BBC would be insane to sell off its flagship building, then you might be encouraged by something on Media Guardian this morning.

Television Gets A Complex

Published 1 January 2005

The earliest architecture of television

BBC Infrastructure

Published 1 January 2005

Regional studios and London monoliths

Television Central

Published 1 January 2003

Take a tour of BBC Television Centre