Other Websites of Interest

Updated: 26th November 2023

TV Presentation

625 Television Room: the history of channel presentation on the main UK channels and an extensive library of high quality ident/clock recreations.
Des and Mick Online - TV and Radio: bits and pieces about UK television and radio - including channel presentation.
Stupid Rubbish: a blog by Dave Jeffery, including presentation-related recreations.
The Ident Gallery: a comprehensive selection of idents across major and minor UK TV channels.
The TV Room: the latest broadcast news, inside information, bloopers, opinion, archive TV presentation/adverts/programme presentation/teletext, presenter/announcer profiles and TV studio galleries.
This Is Five: dedicated to Channel 5 presentation.
Trandiffusion: the independent broadcasting authority since 1964.
TV Ark: the TV Museum.
TV Home: automated recordings of idents on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Four, ITV 1 and Channel 4 - within minutes of appearing on air.
TV Live: since 2007, covering the latest television presentation changes, as well as an archive of past idents and graphics.
TV Whirl: UK TV presentation, adverts, programme titles and teletext.

TV Pres: a one-stop-shop for the latest updates from a number of regularly updated presentation websites.


Saturday Mornings: a site dedicated to BBC TV Saturday morning programmes from Swap Shop to TMi.


Ceefax Recreation: it's as if Ceefax is still alive! Nathan Dane uses data scraped from the BBC website and other sources to recreate many Ceefax sections.
Dirty Feed: run by playout director John Hoare. In his own words, the site is "mainly stupid articles about old TV comedy these days, although I write about anything which takes my fancy."
The Teletext Archive: a searchable database of teletext pages recovered from domestic video recordings.

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