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Background imageTelevision Collection: Actresses Sue Pollard (left) who plays Peggy in the television comedy series Hi De Hi

Actresses Sue Pollard (left) who plays Peggy in the television comedy series Hi De Hi and Diane Holiday who plays Yvonne, pictured dressed as Hula Girls during filming for the new series

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming of the television music chart show Top of the Pops at the BBC Studios

Filming of the television music chart show Top of the Pops at the BBC Studios. Pop group 10cc performing on stage April 1975

Background imageTelevision Collection: Princess Anne presents the award for best Television light entertainment show to Eric

Princess Anne presents the award for best Television light entertainment show to Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise for their Morecambe and Wise Show

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Background imageTelevision Collection: The early days of television

The early days of television
A visitor to the Radio Exhibition at Olympia examining a television set - 1936

Background imageTelevision Collection: Still supreme and unchallenged in height the 620 ft General Post Office Tower situated

Still supreme and unchallenged in height the 620 ft General Post Office Tower situated just off Tottenham Court Road has now been open to the general public for some weeks Although the general public

Background imageTelevision Collection: Woman holding a small television

Woman holding a small television
Portable television. Woman holding a production model of the VideoPocket portable television set, manufactured by the Khmelnitsky Production Association of Ukraine in 1988

Background imageTelevision Collection: TV Tower, Berlin, Germany, Europe

TV Tower, Berlin, Germany, Europe

Background imageTelevision Collection: Optical fibres

Optical fibres. Bundle of optical fibres conducting light. These fibres are made of very pure glass which is coated so as to allow light to be transmitted without absorption or loss of intensity

Background imageTelevision Collection: TV camera and cameraman

TV camera and cameraman. This TV camera is made by Sony

Background imageTelevision Collection: Utility pipes, artwork

Utility pipes, artwork
Utility pipes. Cut-away computer artwork showing the various utility pipes and cables under a city street. Included here are pipes for drinking water, waste water, sewage and gas

Background imageTelevision Collection: Olga Korbut - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Gymnastics

Olga Korbut - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Gymnastics
Gymnastics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Balance Beam The USSRs Olga Korbut on the way to winning the gold medal in the balance beam in the Sports Hall, Olympic Park, Munich, West Germany

Background imageTelevision Collection: Conservative party television team

Conservative party television team
The Conservative Party television team and some election posters for the General Election of 8th October 1959. The Conservatives broadcast five television programmes of 15 or 20 minutes each starting

Background imageTelevision Collection: Indoor filming

Indoor filming
Televising a Spanish scene at the Crystal Palace, filmed on cine-film at the studios of the Baird Television Company. On the 2nd February 1935 the Baird system transmitted indoor

Background imageTelevision Collection: Early TV Remote Control

Early TV Remote Control
An early remote control, or an Armchair Programme Control. Manufactured by Ferranti, this device came with 15 feet of cord which enabled the TV to be operated from a distance

Background imageTelevision Collection: Windmill Girls on TV

Windmill Girls on TV
The Windmill Girls - showgirls from Londons Windmill Theatre - feature in an early BBC transmission from Alexandra Palace

Background imageTelevision Collection: Bbc TV Studio

Bbc TV Studio
A BBC Television production during the early days

Background imageTelevision Collection: Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Beatty, 1926 (colour litho)

Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Beatty, 1926 (colour litho)
473388 Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Beatty, 1926 (colour litho) by Ritchie, Alick Penrose Forbes (1868-1938); Private Collection; (add.info.: David Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty (1871-1936)

Background imageTelevision Collection: Actor Michael Crawford filming scenes for the BBC series 'Some Mothers Do

Actor Michael Crawford filming scenes for the BBC series "Some Mothers Do
Actor Michael Crawford filming scenes for the BBC series " Some Mothers Do Ave Em" at Station House, a 200ft building on the North Circular Road, London. 10th March 1973

Background imageTelevision Collection: The Nolan sisters filming a TV appearance in Scotland. 8th November 1980

The Nolan sisters filming a TV appearance in Scotland. 8th November 1980

Background imageTelevision Collection: Dee Dee Wilde, Dancer with Pans People Dance Troupe

Dee Dee Wilde, Dancer with Pans People Dance Troupe, which performs on BBC Television Programme, Top of the Pops, pictured dancing The Do, Mirror Studios, London, Friday 20th June 1975

Background imageTelevision Collection: Liza Minnelli, 18, is pictured with her mother Judy Garland, 42

Liza Minnelli, 18, is pictured with her mother Judy Garland, 42. Liza has flown to London to talk about her big chance - a British television show they are to star in together. 11th September 1964

Background imageTelevision Collection: Henry Kelly at the radio awards 28 / 04 / 1994

Henry Kelly at the radio awards 28 / 04 / 1994
Henry Kelly at the radio awards 28/04/1994

Background imageTelevision Collection: Picture shows the shows presenter Cathy McGowan during a Mod Fashions modelling shoot

Picture shows the shows presenter Cathy McGowan during a Mod Fashions modelling shoot. Cathy was the presenter of Ready Steady Go - the Teenage TV pop music

Background imageTelevision Collection: William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen

William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: The cast of The Young Ones filming on location at Codrington Road, Bristol

The cast of The Young Ones filming on location at Codrington Road, Bristol. Pictured, Rik Mayall as Rick and Adrian Edmondson as Vyvyan. August 1982

Background imageTelevision Collection: Eddie Braben comedy scriptwriter seen here with Morecambe

Eddie Braben comedy scriptwriter seen here with Morecambe and Wise at the BBC Television Centre in West London. Circa May 1970

Background imageTelevision Collection: The Beatles meet the press at Abbey Road Studios in London before their appearance

The Beatles meet the press at Abbey Road Studios in London before their appearance tomorrow on BBC1 " Our World" TV Show

Background imageTelevision Collection: Alice in Wonderland, made for television and broadcast 28th December 1966

Alice in Wonderland, made for television and broadcast 28th December 1966. Picture shows Peter Sellers during filming in Surrey. Picture taken 18th June 1966

Background imageTelevision Collection: Liza Minnelli, 18, is pictured with her mother Judy Garland, 42

Liza Minnelli, 18, is pictured with her mother Judy Garland, 42. Liza has flown to London to talk about her big chance - a British television show they are to star in together. 11th September 1964

Background imageTelevision Collection: Barry Humphries in character as Dame Edna Everage. 25th March 1988

Barry Humphries in character as Dame Edna Everage. 25th March 1988

Background imageTelevision Collection: Barbara Windsor on the set of a TV show with Larry Grayson. 23rd May 1984

Barbara Windsor on the set of a TV show with Larry Grayson. 23rd May 1984

Background imageTelevision Collection: HRH Princess Diana, The Princess of Wales, at HTV, Harlech Television

HRH Princess Diana, The Princess of Wales, at HTV, Harlech Television, Culverhouse Cross in Cardiff, Wales. The Princess was accompanied by her husband Prince Charles

Background imageTelevision Collection: Catweasel and Stoats, new LWT Childrens television series

Catweasel and Stoats, new LWT Childrens television series, begins on Sunday 15th February 1970, starring actor Geoffrey Bayldon as title character Catweasel

Background imageTelevision Collection: The cast of Coronation Street on set. Pat Phoenix eats an apple in a break

The cast of Coronation Street on set. Pat Phoenix eats an apple in a break, with Margot Bryant. 16th April 1968

Background imageTelevision Collection: Coronation Streets Pat Phoenix at home with her mink coats. 16th April 1968

Coronation Streets Pat Phoenix at home with her mink coats. 16th April 1968

Background imageTelevision Collection: Ken Dodd in the Diddy Village with the props for his new children show for the BBC

Ken Dodd in the Diddy Village with the props for his new children show for the BBC, pictures taken at the BBC Dickenson Road Studios. 4th November 1968

Background imageTelevision Collection: Actor Michael Crawford works out on the high wire. 8th April 1981

Actor Michael Crawford works out on the high wire. 8th April 1981

Background imageTelevision Collection: Actor Michael Crawford in character for the musical hit Barnum. 22nd May 1981

Actor Michael Crawford in character for the musical hit Barnum. 22nd May 1981

Background imageTelevision Collection: Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman who are starring in the new musical

Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman who are starring in the new musical, The Phantom of the Opera, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Harold Prince. 27th May 1986

Background imageTelevision Collection: Morecambe and Wise present Des O Connor with a golden disc to mark 100000 sales of

Morecambe and Wise present Des O Connor with a golden disc to mark 100000 sales of his album Just for you. 8th January 1980. desobit

Background imageTelevision Collection: Actor Anthony Hopkins. 3rd June 1991

Actor Anthony Hopkins. 3rd June 1991

Background imageTelevision Collection: 8 of 9 - June and Billy after the trick. Billy is alive, has survived the roasting

8 of 9 - June and Billy after the trick. Billy is alive, has survived the roasting, escaping with only a soot mark on his right cheek

Background imageTelevision Collection: Silence of the Lambs star Sir Anthony Hopkins, who is to appear on the South Bank Show

Silence of the Lambs star Sir Anthony Hopkins, who is to appear on the South Bank Show with Melvyn Bragg. 26th February 1992

Background imageTelevision Collection: Anthony Hopkins on location at Heydon, Norfolk, where he is filming for the new Channel 4

Anthony Hopkins on location at Heydon, Norfolk, where he is filming for the new Channel 4 television mini series A Married Man. 16th September 1982

Background imageTelevision Collection: Dr Whos arch enemies the Daleks pay a visit to Woolhampton Primary School in

Dr Whos arch enemies the Daleks pay a visit to Woolhampton Primary School in Berkshire 22nd May 1972. The children appear to being having great fun with their new friends in the schools playground

Background imageTelevision Collection: Morecambe and Wise seen here outside the gates of Buckingham Palace doing their

Morecambe and Wise seen here outside the gates of Buckingham Palace doing their Television dance outside Buckingham Palace after they were invested by HM The Queen with the O.B.E. 23rd November 1976



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Television Collection

Television is a form of visual media that involves the transmission of audio and video signals to a receiver and has become an essential part of modern-day entertainment, providing viewers with access to news, sports, drama series, documentaries and other forms of programming and has been used as a tool for education and social awareness campaigns. The arts have played a significant role in television programming, with shows such as music concerts, dance performances and theatre productions being broadcasted regularly. The medium has allowed artists to reach wider audiences than ever before and has contributed significantly to the growth of popular culture around the world.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Television collection from Media Storehouse offers a range of wall art and framed prints that celebrate the history and culture of television. Our collection features iconic images from classic TV shows and fans can choose from a variety of formats including canvas prints, photographic prints, and fine art prints to suit their individual tastes. These high-quality pieces are perfect for adding personality to any living space or office. In addition to popular TV series, the Television collection also includes artwork inspired by famous personalities in the industry such as David Bowie and Marilyn Monroe. Whether you're looking for a vintage-inspired piece or something more modern, our collection has something for everyone. Our Television collection is an excellent choice for anyone who loves television and wants to add some unique artwork to their home or workspace.
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What are Television (Arts) art prints?

Television art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork inspired by popular TV shows and characters. These prints capture the essence of beloved television programs, from classic sitcoms to modern dramas, in stunning detail and vibrant color. Each print is created using state-of-the-art printing technology that ensures exceptional clarity and longevity. These art prints are perfect for fans of television who want to showcase their love for their favorite shows in a unique way. They make great additions to any home or office decor, adding a touch of personality and pop culture flair. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic piece featuring your favorite childhood cartoon or a contemporary work inspired by the latest hit series, Television art prints offer something for everyone. We pride ourselves on offering an extensive collection of Television art prints that cater to all tastes and preferences. Our selection includes works from some of the most talented artists around the world, ensuring that our customers receive only the best quality products available on the market today.
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What Television (Arts) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Television art prints that you can purchase. These include iconic images from popular TV shows such as Friends, Game of Thrones, and Breaking Bad. You can also find prints featuring characters like Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes. In addition to these well-known series, Media Storehouse also has art prints from classic TV shows like The Twilight Zone and The Andy Griffith Show. They even have vintage posters from old television programs such as I Love Lucy and The Honeymooners. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic piece or something more contemporary, we have an extensive collection of Television art prints to choose from. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials, their products are sure to add character and style to any room in your home or office.
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How do I buy Television (Arts) art prints?

To buy Television art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the piece that catches your eye, simply select the size and format that you prefer and add it to your cart. You will then be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. We offer a variety of print formats including canvas, framed prints, and posters. We also offer customization options such as adding a mat or choosing a specific frame style. Their selection of Television art prints includes iconic images from popular TV shows throughout history. From classic sitcoms like Friends and Seinfeld to more recent hits like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad, there is something for every fan. Buying art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy process that allows you to bring your favorite television moments into your home in a beautiful way.
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How much do Television (Arts) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Television art prints that are available at varying prices. The cost of the print will depend on several factors such as the size, framing options, and quality of the paper used for printing. We have a selection of high-quality prints that cater to different budgets and preferences. Our collection includes iconic images from popular TV shows like Friends, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and many more. These art prints are perfect for adding character to any living space or office environment. We take pride in offering affordable yet premium quality products to our customers. Our team works hard to ensure that all our art prints meet the highest standards in terms of clarity and color accuracy. If you're looking for unique Television art prints at reasonable prices without compromising on quality, then Media Storehouse is your go-to destination.
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How will my Television (Arts) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Television art prints to you. Our team of professionals ensures that your artwork is packaged securely and safely for transit. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect the print from any damage during transportation. We offer a range of delivery options to suit your needs, including standard and express shipping services. Once your order has been processed, you will receive an email confirmation with tracking information so that you can monitor the progress of your delivery. Our aim is to ensure that you receive your Television art prints in perfect condition and as quickly as possible. If there are any issues with the delivery or if you have any questions about our service, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.