About A Blog about Sound – viewed from my background in Television Sound and with my interests in Broadcast and Recorded Sound of all types – by David Taylor 8 Comments Stephen La Riviere says: 2020-06-16 at 5:54 AM Dear David, I’ve often wondered what happened to you after leaving Pinewood. I’m so pleased to find you here and digging around on the internet. I hope you’re well and leading a happy life. Stephen Reply David Taylor says: 2020-06-17 at 10:54 AM Lovely to hear from you Stephen, I’ll reply to your email! Reply Cindy says: 2020-06-17 at 1:40 PM Hello David, I’m Ted Scott’s sister, Cindy and Sue passed along your email to me; sad news indeed. I helped Ted with his website when websites weren’t all that easy to do; it was a great learning experience. Are you on Twitter? If so, what’s your handle? I think it is so important to keep these sound stories going and going, like that bunny, so that today’s digital ‘on-line’ engineers can put this are perspective. I shall look forward to clicking on all these links in your blog. Cindy Scott Amero Reply David Taylor says: 2020-06-18 at 9:42 AM Cindy, How nice to hear from you. Well done in getting Ted and his stories ‘out there’ and for therefore giving the impetuous for his book. There isn’t enough written about the early days in broadcasting, which is why I thought I’d try and kick something off and hope it can become a place that others will add their stories. I’ll try and write something about Ted’s career in the near future. He was such a delight to be with when I knew him in the ’80’s. David Reply Ian Fraser says: 2021-12-07 at 1:58 PM Hi David, I have some high quality photos of a couple of things that might interest you. There are some of inside MCR12 and the PYE OB from Paris. Let me know if you would like them and I’ll send them over Ian Fraser Reply David Taylor says: 2021-12-07 at 4:52 PM Ian, How amazing….yes I’d really love to see the MCR12 and Pye OB photos. Do please forward them. I’ll send a direct message via your email. Thanks David Reply Robert Sanders says: 2022-01-06 at 9:00 AM Dear David, I came across your LWT/Thames TV page via an internet search – I’m Robert (son of Roy Sanders) and it was lovely to see the photo you posted and read your informative article. I came to the studios a few times when I was a boy, so I recognize quite a few names and faces ! All the very best. Reply David Taylor says: 2022-01-06 at 2:42 PM Robert, How good to hear from you. I remember Roy from the first days when I joined LWT, he had such a great personality and seemed always to be ‘laughing’ in my memory! So it was sad for us that he pretty soon decided to go to Thames, where of course there were still many of his ex-Rediffusion colleagues. I know that another in the sound department, Vic Finch also regretted Roy leaving us. There are still a few faces I haven’t been able to find any photo of, like John Coombes alas. All the best David Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.