All television production requires training, especially when it’s amateurs in front of the camera. In 1959, ABC Weekend set out to teach the vicars, priests and bishops of Britain how to work in TV
The ABC Midlands and North presentation schedule for 28 July 1968
An update on the refurbishment of ABC’s Teddington studios in 1962
The TVTimes in 1958 looks at the rush to get Outside Broadcasts on air at Christmas
The new Television House opens in March 1962 in Mount Street in Manchester
A look at ABC’s OB units.
A look at the future from the point of view of 1963.
A look at ‘Tempo’ in 1963 from the point-of-view of videotape.
A look at ABC programming in 1963 from the point-of-view of telecine operators.
A look at ‘ABC at Large’ in 1963 from the point-of-view of the vision controller.
A look at ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’ in 1963 from the point-of-view of of sound department.
A look at ‘The Avengers’ in 1963 from the point-of-view of the lighting department.
A look at ‘Armchair Theatre’ in 1963 from the point-of-view of the Control Suite.
British Pathé captures ABC’s first moments in Didsbury.
David Hamilton says goodbye to ABC’s home in the North.
ABC’s Teddington studios described.
What to do with that spare button on TV sets in the days of 3-channel television