A-R guides us through two drama programmes for schools in spring 1964
Rediffusion London picks the 12 best programmes of 1967, including the Seven Deadly Virtues, The Gamblers, Betjeman’s London and Lady Windermere’s Fan…
Rediffusion London picks the 12 best programmes of 1966, with stars such as David Frost, Bernard Levin, Ian Hendry, Joe Orton and James Mason…
Fusion magazine looks back over an eventful year for Rediffusion
Your TVTimes correspondent in 1964 is frankly baffled by ‘Don’t Say a Word’
A look at what was on Rediffusion in London on Monday 29 July 1968
Celebrating the life of Ready, Steady, Go! as it finishes at the end of 1966
Cyril Coke remembers filming abroad for series two of The Rat Catchers in 1966
Harry H Corbett talks deeply about his comedy series Mr Aitch in 1967
Rediffusion takes Double Your Money on the road… to Moscow in 1966
Rediffusion’s advertising agency on what makes good and bad television ads in 1965
No more miming as Ready Steady Go moves from Television House to Wembley in 1965
Can A-R do television plays for television? Nobody else seems to be doing so, writes Peter Graham Scott in 1961
Going backstage with the producers of A-R’s ‘On Stage’ in 1957
A Rediffusion crew of two take to the high seas
Can an entertaining medium be an educative one as well?
Rediffusion director Mark Lawton is seconded to West Germany… and the results are Not Good
Peter Morley talks about his and Cyril Bennett’s 2 years on ‘This Week’
TVTimes looks at preparations for the first ever ‘Ready Steady Go!’
Redvers Kyle on spooky goings on at home and in the studio
The TVTimes talks to the criminal consultant who advises Rediffusion on their series ‘No Hiding Place’
A-R’s assistant controller of programmes (production) explains what gave him a headache.
Peter Hunt takes a lighter look at ‘This Week’.
Gillian Morphew takes a lighter look at ‘This Week’.
TVTimes looks into Rediffusion’s unusual local news and features programme
Jeremy Issacs talks to the TVTimes about producing This Week for Rediffusion in 1965
A-R programming was not what it seemed
It was, in 1967…