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July 25, 2017Memories of Alan Ward from Louise Willcox

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Memories of Alan Ward from Louise Willcox

                    Alan Ward, retired Senior Studio Manager specialising in serious music, passed away last Wednesday, 12th July 2017.   He died aged 85, peacefully, at his home. Louise Willcox remained in touch with Alan after he retired and remembers his kindness well. “I am a generation or […]

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July 20, 2017Alan Ward’s memoirs

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Alan Ward's memoirs

                      Alan Ward, retired senior studio manager, specialising in serious music, sadly died on Wednesday 12th July, aged 85. He enjoyed a long career at the BBC. Some years ago at the request of his family he wrote down a summary of his career, and […]

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July 19, 2017Doctors – Faith’s Wedding 2002

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Doctors - Faith's Wedding 2002

Save                         John Waldron took this photo in September 2002 of nurse Faith (played by Eva Fountaine), marrying fireman, Jerry, in the continuing drama series, Doctors. The episode was edited by Neil Roberts, and the wedding dress was made by Anne-Marie Palmer. Included in […]

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July 18, 2017Doctors’ stills

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Doctors' stills

                                                                          Copyright resides with the original holder, no reproduction without permission. These stills are from the continuing drama series, […]

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July 17, 2017North 3 Outside Broadcast Interview

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North 3 Outside Broadcast Interview

(Creative commons licensed video produced by Amanda Murphy as part of Royal Holloway’s ADAPT project) BBC Radio Wales reporter Robert Thomas interviews Steve Harris (On The Air Ltd.) and Prof. John Ellis (Media Arts, Royal Holloway University of London) about the ADAPT re-enactment based simulation exercise with North 3/CM1 (CMCR9). Steve, the restorer of the […]

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