Our collection includes iconic objects from the history of television and radio, and we explore sound and vision technologies through our galleries and exhibitions.
Television is such an intimate part of most of our lives that any discussion of its origins automatically incites a host of personal emotional responses uncommon to other inventions.
The first public demonstration of television in the UK took place in 1926. Trace the development of TV from then up to the 2010s with our timeline.
Every year, our public television archive screens a complementary schedule of programmes during Bradford International Film Festival. Kate Dunn explains why.
Assistant Curator of Television Claire Hampton has been busy preparing our TV galleries for half term with a new addition to the display cabinets…
Last week, Curator of Television Iain Baird was filmed in our galleries for a BBC Breakfast report about the final days of mass television manufacture in the UK.
Mark Green explores some of the many items in our collection stores, from TV props to cinematography equipment.