The world of British television off and on the screen, as it was sixty years ago.

Daily Archive: Tuesday, 13 September 1955

Money for Nothing

ITV, nine days to go
Adastral House in Kingsway, “is well on the way to being transformed into Television House – the headquarters of the London commercial television programme contractors and the Independent Television News company,” says The Times under the headline “Nine Days to Go”. Studios 7 and 8 of Associated-Rediffusion were apparently completed and brought into operation for closed-circuit tests yesterday. This gives A-R access to eight out of its nine projected studios, the others being made up of four at Wembley and one each at the Granville Theatre, Waltham Green and the Viking Film Studios. The ninth studio should be completed by November, it says here. (more…)