England, 1956, Muriel Young (right), the television continuity announcer for the new ITV television station, is pictured with Anne Valley as they are filmed by a television camera
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A 1958 press advertisement for the British Conservative Party depicting a group of children watching television with the caption 'BBC or ITV programme? You've a choice - thanks to the Conservatives....because Conservatives believe in...More
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Miss Independent Television 1957, Deirdre Ottewell, posing with a television camera during the preview day of the National Radio Show at Earls Court, London.
Actress Jill Summer sharing a joke on stage with members of her show (L-R) Nicholas Parsons, Terrence Alexander and Harry Lane, at ITV Studios, Wood Green, London, August 1957.
A preview of Independent Television's first week of programming which includes a production of 'The Importance of Being Earnest', by Oscar Wilde, starring John Gielgud (1904 - 2000), Dame Edith Evans and Margaret Leighton. Original...More
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A banquet at the Guildhall in London. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8008 - The Opening Night - pub. 1955
Noddy and Big Ears in the television programme 'The Adventures Of Noddy', which was broadcast on the first night of Independent Television. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8008 - The Opening Night - pub. 1955
Shirley Butler, a station anchorwoman for the Independent Commercial Television Network, rehearses her announcement in preparation for the opening night programme.
Portrait of television presenter Muriel Young, new announcer for ITV, sitting on top of an outdoor table, London, September 16th 1955.
The Palladium Girls dance troupe performing, September 1955. The troupe has been put together to perform on the ATV variety show 'Sunday Night at the Palladium'. From a Picture Post magazine preview of the first week of programming on...More