Twitter (and other social media) Gold Thread
Bringing the best from TV-am and RetroRerun into one thread.Absolutely. It was happening well beyond 1982. I've had many a conversation with BBC personnel over the years - engineers, pres staff etc. Just like most of the rest of us, they are there doing...
ClassicTV gold on youtubeYes that was in the video in the post that started us talking about it:
By A former member
BBC & Ravensbourne University Motion Graphics Archive
Treasure-trove of clipsNot quite sure of that being described as a CGI "computer model" in the description - the whole thing looks like a physical one to me.
TV Home - Automated recordings of BBC idents just to let you know, 9/12/18 (or 12/9/18 for most people on this forum) at 8:00 PM has the wrong ident name, the thumbnail should show the correct ident.
BBC Computer Literacy Project website
146 of the original Computer Literacy Project programmes plus 120 related programmesAh, the days of: 10 PRINT "Hello World!" 20 GOTO 10
TV Whirl - Updated Daily
Pres, ads, teletext and more, both past and presentand I have that downloaded now
TV ARK: Returns Jan 2020
At LAST!The first slide looks like have originated as a slide, but BBC Wales may not have been outputting it from a physical slide.
By A former member
APFS: Afternoon Programmes Follow Shortly Discussion
A tribute to the "king of TV mock websites" that ran until 2006That user on Metropol has stated he's also looking for some "lost" galleries (the ones with broken images) from 2006. Again, can somebody please help him?
Old thread was archived.So I've still got paul_hadley's upload issue to deal with but just a wee update on something else. I've just deleted over half our users on metropol, 1038 out of 2026 if you're curious. The...
'Rota' talk on this site
Split from TV Forum: New for (the middle of) 2020I think 98% of us do get it but sometimes as you well know for various reasons people can't quite grasp it, myself included. It is a learning process. Of course when you have a forum about any subject...
Granadaland: An Oral History of Granada Television
Histories and Memories of Granada TV in the North West of England, 1954-1990This site is currently in the process of interviewing as many people as possible who were involved with Granada Television up until the ’90s. It’s been going for a few years now but I’m not...