BBC school television - how it began
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Published by BBC in London .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Statement[Betty Smith].
ContributionsBritish Broadcasting Corporation.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13895144M

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Origins. The BBC began broadcasting schools programmes on BBC Television in the Autumn of in the afternoons. Morning transmissions began on 19 September Until , schools programming along with adult education programmes were usually the only daytime programmes shown on both BBC and ITV, as the government regulated and restricted the amount of broadcasting hours the television. On 1 July , BBC Two became the first television channel in Europe to broadcast regularly in colour, using the West German PAL system that was in use for decades until being gradually superseded by digital systems. (BBC One and ITV began line colour broadcasts simultaneously on 15 November ). Unlike other terrestrial channels, BBC Two does not have soap opera or standard news. BBC News. 12/05/ The latest national and international stories as they break. Out of School: BBC Television is a television service which began broadcasting on 2 November and ended on 19 April Make it better. Improve this site. Edit the text or tell us more about the programme. Go to the individual listing page by clicking on the title.

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