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Alexandra Palace 75: A Celebration
As the 75th anniversary of the world’s first regular high definition television service approaches, the National Media Museum will mark this important milestone with an afternoon of presentations and screenings. The day will include a screening of the BBC film Television Comes to London (1936), rare archive footage, and a discussion about the ground-breaking technology used to introduce high definition television circa 1936 with television historians, Don McLean and John Trenouth. The event will be hosted by Curator of Broadcast Culture, Iain Logie Baird, and will include guided behind-the-scenes tours of the Museum’s internationally significant television technology collection.
Tickets £12, £10 concession (Lunch is not included but refreshments will be provided)
Tickets can be booked by calling the museum box office on 0844 856 3797, or on the National Media Museum website
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More information: http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/E ... lly75.aspx
Seating is limited (80). It is recommended to purchase tickets well in advance to avoid disappointment.
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