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March 22, 2017Studio 3, Living Room set

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Studio 3, Living Room set

Save                       This photo is of a living room set up in Radio Studio 3 at Pebble Mill. This is the studio where The Archers was recorded. The set up is pretty minimal. There is a tea towel, or similar, in the foreground, which is […]

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March 17, 2017Rod Natkiel cutting

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Rod Natkiel cutting

                                              I’m not sure where this article is from, but probably one of the local Birmingham papers. It is from 1992, when Rod Natkiel was appointed Head of Network Television. As the cutting […]

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March 14, 2017Spotlight on Graphics 1992

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Spotlight on Graphics 1992

Save This article is from Midlands News, the internal BBC newsletter from June 1992. It gives an insight into the work of the Graphics department at Pebble Mill, and mentions a number of the staff and programmes being worked on. Thanks to Stuart Gandy for sharing the article. Save Save

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March 7, 201750th Anniversary of the BBC stamps

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50th Anniversary of the BBC stamps

Save                         These commemorative stamps were given to BBC members of staff to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the BBC, in 1972. Sue Sweet has kept her presentation pack safe since then, and has kindly shared it here.

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March 3, 2017The Harrier

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The Harrier

                                                            Photos by Andy Stowe, taken from the roof of the Pebble Mill office block, of the arrival of the Harrier, in 1982, as part of […]

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