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Wake up to breakfast TV!

Published 14 October 2019

Selina Scott, Frank Bough and Nick Ross are here to welcome you to Britain’s ‘first’ television breakfast show in 1983

Keeping them Wide Awake

Published 15 October 2018

Inside TV-am’s popular children’s magazine show, the Wide Awake Club, in 1988

Breakfast TV: Snap, Crackle or Flop?

Published 25 June 2018

Will TV-am be a success? Peter Jay says yes. Others tell the Sunday Express Magazine in 1981 that it’s a disaster in the making

Waking up to Television

Published 7 June 2018

Looking forward to the arrival of TV-am, later in 1983

Losers search for the silver lining

Published 31 May 2018

What will Thames, TVS, TSW and TV-am do next? Broadcast magazine speculates in September 1992

Victorian Television

Published 10 May 2018

The Wall Street Journal looks on aghast at the 1991 ITV franchise auction

✎ Le premier programme matinal en Europe

Published 21 November 2016

French television looks on in amazement as les rosbifs interrupt breakfast by adding television

TV-am

Published 24 May 2004

Good morning, Mrs Thatcher

The List

Published 1 January 2003

All the stations, all the times

Bring in the new

Published 1 January 2002

David Hastings watches everything change

Daytime Hours

Published 1 January 2002

Andrew Hesford-Booth watches television during the day

Never Mind The Quality

Published 1 January 2002

The ruination of ITV, seen by Stephen Hopkins

Betraying The Viewer

Published 1 January 2002

Kif Bowden-Smith thinks the ITC isn’t working

Goodbye Britain

Published 1 January 2002

Thatcherism killed TV-am, writes Russ J Graham

Drowning Flipper

Published 1 September 2001

Russ J Graham on the tv-am strike

All Change

Published 1 September 2001

Colm O’Rourke recalls the last franchise round

ITV 1987

Published 1 September 2001

Towards 100%

A good breakfast

Published 1 September 2001

David Hastings looks at the launch of breakfast television

Weather or Not

Published 1 September 2001

David Brockman’s magnetic symbols

1990 and all that

Published 1 September 2001

James Pittman says there was another way

Emergency measures

Published 1 June 2001

The first national ITV service