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Broadcasting Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 29 pictures in our Broadcasting collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Entertainment - 'The Kathy Kirby Show' - BBC Television Theatre, London Featured Print

Entertainment - 'The Kathy Kirby Show' - BBC Television Theatre, London

Camera crews working on 'The Kathy Kirby Show' at the BBC Television Theatre, Shepherds Bush London, paid a surprise tribute to Kathy Kirby as the programme was televised live. On behalf of the team, senior cameraman Stan Appel, 31 of Ilford, who had left his seat on Camera 1, is seen presenting her with a golden statuette of a winged female figure on a marble base. It is inscribed 'our thanks to Kathy from Crew Thirteen. BBC TV 1964/5'. On the left is American comedian Stubby Kaye, who told viewers 'Kathy has no idea of what is to happen next. Since this is the last show in the present series and the crew in this theatre think so much of you, Kathy, as a person and a professional entertainer and artist, they would like to show their appreciation'. Mr Appel wished Miss Kirby luck on trip to Naples where she is to sing 'I Belong' as Great Britain's Eurovision Song Contest entry.

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Television - Robert Robinson - BBC TV Centre, London Featured Print

Television - Robert Robinson - BBC TV Centre, London

With the camera through the lenses of which we will see their as yet unnamed Autumn Saturday night BBC1 Television show are (l-r) Robert Robinson, Bill Oddie, Lynda Baron, Leonard Rossiter and John Bird. Here they are photographed during rehearsals at BBC Television Centre. The new show will run for 75 minutes each Saturday evening for 26 weeks, Robert Robinson will take care of the conversation, John Bird will take care of the sketches, Lynda Baron, singing and dancing, and with general support from Leonard Rossiter and Bill Oddie.

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