Category: GRANADA TELEVISION

Early RUPERT NEVE consoles and their stories | PART FOUR: 1968-1969| ‘Black to Blue-Grey’

Researched and written by DAVID TAYLORWith information and photographs by JOHN TURNER With the help of John Turner, who joined Rupert Neve at Little Shelford in 1968 and is still with AMS-Neve today, this series of articles is trying to give an as accurate as possible account of the history of the early Rupert Neve…

By David Taylor 2022-06-18 Off

1950’s – PYE BROADCAST AUDIO CONSOLES | PART THREE | THE VALVE STUDIO MIXERS

Contents: 1950’s – THE VALVE STUDIO MIXERS Typical 1950’s Installations Anglia TV’s Pye desk Granada’s Studio 10 at The Chelsea Palace The Duke at The Palace Replacing The Valve Desks 1950’s – The Valve Studio mixers As we have seen in Parts One and Two, the earliest Pye Television equipment went into Outside Broadcast scanners,…

By David Taylor 2021-06-14 Off

1969 to 1972 – DAVID FROST AT LONDON WEEKEND

BY DAVID TAYLOR CONTENTS: Video excerpt one: The Savundra interview A change-round in ITV New studios….new staff? Frost gets a show…every weekend evening London Weekend starts of with a ‘strike’ Busking the first Frost On Sunday onto ‘Air LWT ratings were crashing and so was the company A look at sound coverage on the Frost…

By David Taylor 2020-12-19 Off