Sentenced to death

Rediffusion's chairman tears the ITA to shreds in his final address to shareholders in December 1967

That was the decade that was

James Green of the London Evening News looks back at a decade (and slightly more) of Rediffusion and ITV in…

Computer suite - no admittance

It's all go as the advertising department at Rediffusion installs a computer in 1966

Track in on... Vyvienne Moynihan ...Who Manages to Laugh

Peter Ling goes to Room 518 on the fifth floor to visit the manager of the drama department Vyvienne Moynihan

Track in on... Len Fraser Prop and Mainstay

Peter Ling pops to Wembley to talk to Len Fraser in the Property Store

Track in on... Des McCormack looking after P——!

Peter Ling visits the first floor office of property master Des McCormack in 1959

Track in on... Pam Elliott who made up her mind

Peter Ling watches Pam Elliott wield a panstick for Rediffusion in 1958

Wired-up for service

Electrical maintenance: the beating heart of Television House and Wembley

Down in the basement…

You’d have to go a long way to find another basement quite like the one at Television House

Gigglers, gogglers and gumption

1961: Director James Butler on the hell that is studio visits by the public

Tele marks of 1966

Fusion magazine looks back over an eventful year for Rediffusion

The show that left me speechless

Your TVTimes correspondent in 1964 is frankly baffled by 'Don't Say a Word'

Tonight's Rediffusion, London... in 1968

A look at what was on Rediffusion in London on Monday 29 July 1968

Ready, Steady, Goes

Celebrating the life of Ready, Steady, Go! as it finishes at the end of 1966

A goggle of graphics

An exhibition celebrates Rediffusion's graphic designers in December 1966

Tele-snaps: Christmas on Rediffusion

Join Rediffusion, London at Christmas...

Tele-snaps: announcers

Rediffusion's voices of authority

Tele-snaps: it’s about time

Spend some time with Rediffusion

Seen and Heard

Sights and sounds of Rediffusion

Rising star

Associated-Rediffusion starts the day with pomp and circumstance