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Choose from 303 pictures in our Tv 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.


Theatre - Dads Army - London Featured Print

Theatre - Dads Army - London

The stars of Dad's Army promote their West End show, due to open at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Back (l-r): Hamish Roughead, Arnold Ridley, Ian Lavender and John Bardon. Front: John Le Mesurier, Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn.

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Ronnie Corbett - This is Your Life Featured Print

Ronnie Corbett - This is Your Life

Eamonn Andrews (left) gave actor and comedian Ronnie Corbett (right) the surprise of his life on the David Frost Show, when he did not realise he was going to be the subject of Thames Television's This is Your Life. Corbett thought it was going to be his colleague Ronnie Barker (centre). Thames Television recorded the programme at the London Weekend Television studio at Wembley using the same audience that had seen the David Frost Show.

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Royalty - First Televised Queens Speech - Sandringham Featured Print

Royalty - First Televised Queens Speech - Sandringham

The Queen, in a gold lame dress, is seen in the Long Library at Sandringham shortly after making the traditional Christmas Day broadcast to the nation. On the desk are portraits of Prince Charles and Princess Anne. The Queen is holding the copy of 'Pilgrim's Progress', from which she read a few lines during her message. The broadcast was televised this year for the first time and was carried by both the BBC and ITV. It was the 25th anniversary of the first radio message to the Commonwealth by her grandfather, King George V.

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