After an absence of 18 months, Kaleidoscope returns to staging free events.
There is no entry fee for this event, but a collection will be taken for our chosen charity, the RNLI.
28 years after our first event, Kaleidoscope is delighted to return to the Midlands. We have a new home. The Curzon Building at Birmingham City University is located in central Birmingham at Millenium Point. It's a purpose built venue for lectures, seminars and film screenings. It has wonderful facilities for screenings; excellent sound via an in-built PA and it has its own bar and coffee shop. You must bring a ticket registered via Eventbrite for entrance. Tickets are free.
To promote Kaleidoscope's ongoing campaigns to find lost television via www.lostshows.com and in conjunction with the BFI, BBC and ITV; Kaleidoscope is delighted to provide a day of screenings and guest introductions that showcase lost material recently found.
Intro - we're back! Kaleidoscope's Start-Up
The Bachelors tx:29.5.1969 including original Thames TV continuity and ads
Till Death Us Do Part - Intolerance
Coronation Street - 1972 promotional film untx
Made for the American market, this specially written and shot mini-episode has never been seen in the UK
Swap Shop - extracts from two missing episodes. Leo Sayer & Noel goes on the set of It Ain't Half Hot Mum
11.45 : The Martin Loach Collection
A compilation of highlights from Martin's collection that he returned to Kaleidoscope:
Redifussion continuity and extracts from lost shows; Frost on Saturday tx: 4.1.1969; Ads; A demonstration of a Umatic VCR from Tomorrows World 1970; BBC continuity tx: 21.6.1969; The Newcomers tx: 1968; Dixon of Dock Green - Sleigh Ride trailer and a Holiday 69 clip with BBC 1 continuity afterwards
Dick Fiddy in conversation. Chris Perry and Dick Fiddy discuss recent finds for MBW and Lostshows.
Oracle ITN Demo. An untransmitted promo for Oracle from 1975 found by Kaleidoscope.
Jason Robertson talks about how to recover teletext from old videotapes
Under Manning - a lost edition of this game show. tx:1981
Do Not Adjust Your Set tx: 25.1.1968 original Videotape version
Steve Turner introduces programmes from his collection, returned to Kaleidoscope last year
Colour Me Pop
Late Night Horror - The Corpse Can't Play
5pm The BBC South Interviews
Gambit - tx: 1975. The only surviving footage from the 1970s, plus The Franchise Trail - extract from 1968 LWT play
Closedown - an early 1982 in-vision closedown with Paul Coia
Your Master of Ceremonies for the Day will be Tim Disney. All programmes are subject to change and relevant copyright permissions.