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Compass - First Five Years of Television Television (Full Length) – 1966 Documentary

Compass - First Five Years of Television

Television (Full Length) – 1966 Documentary

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Wow, all these dads!
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1 Feb 2010 - 12.47pm

That's my Dad! Reg Harrison. How can I get this to download - it keeps stopping, despite broadband, and locking up...

Jeremy Harrison

Jeremy Harrison 30 Jan 2010 - 10.57pm

That's my Dad, Alan Morris-
what a guy!
dinah morris

Dinah Morris

Dinah Morris 25 Nov 2009 - 06.56pm

I couldn't get past the accents. Wonderful. Was that Ian Fraser I heard in some of the voice-overs?

What has the world come to when women don't do their housework any more, because they're too busy watching television? Thank goodness for the score of parliamentary gentlemen who launched an investigation!

Lindis Capper-Starr

Lindis Capper-Starr 30 Oct 2008 - 05.02am

Fascinating stuff. Interesting to consider the time line of developments the show speculated on: Avalon eventually opened in 1975, the same year that a second channel (South Pacific Television) commenced. Applications to apply for a warrant to operate New Zealand’s third national television network opened in 1985. The Broadcasting Tribunal announced in 1987 that TV3 had won the warrant, and it began broadcasting 1989

Darren Schroeder

Darren Schroeder 26 Oct 2008 - 01.52pm

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