02 Jan. 2024
BFI - HERITAGE 22
The BFI new major digitisation project called Heritage 2022 is part of BFI Replay free-to-access digital archive being made exclusively available in UK public lending libraries.
05 Dec. 2023
BRIAN GODDING 1945-2023
A guitarist with a long and remarkable career in music, Brian excelled in improvisation. Self-taught, he performed in genres as diverse as rock, jazz, folk, and dance.
09 June 2023
As the television industry adapts to an era of rapid change, a remarkable opportunity is opening up for archive TV to be seen and enjoyed by a wider audience than ever before.
14 April 2023
CHANNEL 4 ARCHIVE
When Channel 4 hit British television screens, it was a truly ground breaking enterprise. The brief was to serve audiences that had felt neglected by the BBC-ITV duopoly.
12 March 2023
Cafe OTO, in association with the BFI, presents a day-long immersion in another era: We bring together four extremely rare programmes, scarcely seen at the time and never repeated.
20 Nov. 2022
The first entertainment commission made for Channel 4 was a televised version of John Bardon's successful stage show about the legendary music hall comedian Max Miler.
04 Nov. 2022
Neil Anthony, one of the original producers of the "Jazz on Four" strand, is intending to re-release some of these shows, made during the midst of the 1980s jazz revival.
27 Oct. 2022
THE BIG CHANNEL 4-0
Neil Anthony was in at the start of the UK’s first new television channel for 18 years and recalls the heady and hectic times of producing new programmes. (Best of British, Nov.22)
08 July 2022
Looking at an early Channel 4 comedy that united comic artists from three generations of performers, and is now seeking support for being rescued from TV archives.
24 June 2022
TOP C'S TRADEMARK
Having been so popular and memorable, it seemed an obvious step to build and develop the brand and part of that process would be applying for trademark registration.