British Television book.
British Television book.
British Television : An Illustrated Guide. This is a lavishly illustrated guide to British television from 1936 to the present day. Entries on over 1,100 programmes are arranged chronologically to provide a unique reference guide to our television heritage. Decade by decade, the diversity of British television emerges, from A for Andromeda to Z Cars, Steptoe and Son to Absolutely Fabulous, Armchair Theatre to The Onedin Lineand Andy Pandy to The Wombles. Entries on over 1,200 programs are arranged chronologically to provide a unique reference guide to British television heritage. Each entry is accompanied by a production still, many of them previously unpublished and some the sole remaining visual record of the program.
Bibliographic information. British television: an illustrated guide. Tise Vahimagi, British Film Institute. Oxford University Press, 1996. Tise Vahimagi, Michael Ian Grade.
This is an illustrated guide to British television with detailed entries on more than 1200 programmes. Entries range from childrens classics such as Trumpton and Captain Pugwash to programmes of the 1990s, including Cracker and Middlemarch. Stills accompany each entry. Oxford University Press.
British Television : An Illustrated Guide
British Television : An Illustrated Guide. This detailed book should provide irresistible reading for all those who have ever been interested in television. Format Paperback 375 pages.
Vahimagi, Tise (1994). Oxford University Press; British Film Institute. p. 8. ISBN 0-19-818336-4. "Jim Bowen obituary". Retrieved 10 October 2018. "Bella Emberg: Actress who became a comedy hero thanks to Blunder Woman".
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