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Television is a medium of communication that has been around since the early 20th century

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Background imageTelevision Collection: The Biba Boutique in West London. Kensington High Street area

The Biba Boutique in West London. Kensington High Street area. Young ladies, possibly staff, models, and friends help move the clothes down the street

Background imageTelevision Collection: Police Public Call Box in the snow, London

Police Public Call Box in the snow, London
A Police Public Call Box, on a London street on a snowy day. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937

Background imageTelevision Collection: Labour Party election posters and television speakers

Labour Party election posters and television speakers
Labour Party election posters and speakers for Labours series of five short television programmes in the run-up to the General Election of 8th October 1959 (which the Conservatives won)

Background imageTelevision Collection: Beatles on the rooftop of their Apple headquarters in Londons Saville Row making a short

Beatles on the rooftop of their Apple headquarters in Londons Saville Row making a short Television film and record five songs for their latest Album 1969

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageTelevision Collection: LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station replaced two older Bermondsey fire stations that were closed down

Background imageTelevision Collection: The filming of Dr Who - Daleks characters across the river from Big Ben

The filming of Dr Who - Daleks characters across the river from Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. 1964

Background imageTelevision Collection: Muffin the Mule

Muffin the Mule
Peter Thompson, producer of BBC televisions Childrens Hour, and Annette Mills with the popular puppet character Muffin the Mule at the National Television Fund Ball at the Dorchester Hotel in London

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: Lenny Henry and Dawn French, as Michael Jackson and Bubbles

Lenny Henry and Dawn French, as Michael Jackson and Bubbles, arriving at Elton Johns 50th birthday party at Hammersmith Palais. 6th April 1997

Background imageTelevision Collection: Kevin McCloud at Grand Designs Show

Kevin McCloud at Grand Designs Show, London For commercial use please contact Photoslot at website:photoslot email: info@photoslot skype: photoslot

Background imageTelevision Collection: The Biba Boutique in West London. Kensington High Street area Young ladies

The Biba Boutique in West London. Kensington High Street area Young ladies, possibly staff, models, and friends help move the clothes down the street

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageTelevision Collection: Alexandra Palace 24398_032

Alexandra Palace 24398_032
ALEXANDRA PALACE, Muswell Hill, London. Alexandra Palace was built in 1873 as a North London counterpart to Crystal Palace in Sydenham, South London

Background imageTelevision Collection: The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again -

The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again - the group you love to hate ! After their outrageous TV performance, and being " Fired" by EMI Records

Background imageTelevision Collection: David Attenborough with orangutan and her baby at London Zoo, Friday 2nd April 1982

David Attenborough with orangutan and her baby at London Zoo, Friday 2nd April 1982

Background imageTelevision Collection: Television Centre 27540_011

Television Centre 27540_011
BBC Television Centre, White City London. Purpose built in 1960 as the headquarters of BBC Television. It formally closed in 2013 and is due for redevelopment. Photographed in September 2012

Background imageTelevision Collection: LFDCA-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

LFDCA-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey
Opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station became the setting for the fictitious Blackwall fire station in the popular television series Londons Burning

Background imageTelevision Collection: LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey SE1

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey SE1
Opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station was also the fictional fire station Blackwall in the highly acclaimed London Weekend Television series Londons Burning (1998-2002)

Background imageTelevision Collection: Alexandra Palace, the home of the B. B. C. The large transmitt

Alexandra Palace, the home of the B. B. C. The large transmitt
Alexandra Palace as the home of the B.B.C television service in 1936 showing the mast and transmitting aerials for vision and sound

Background imageTelevision Collection: Judy Garland and her daughter are returning to the London Palladium for a repeat

Judy Garland and her daughter are returning to the London Palladium for a repeat performance of their gala " Judy and Liza at the Palladium"

Background imageTelevision Collection: Albert Square EAW691554

Albert Square EAW691554
ALBERT SQUARE, Walford, London. Aerial view of the film set for Albert Square, Walford setting for the popular BBC TV soap opera, Eastenders. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageTelevision Collection: Sir Mortimer Wheeler

Sir Mortimer Wheeler
Portrait of Sir Mortimer Wheeler (1890 - 1976), archaeologist and broadcaster, seated at his desk in the British Academy. Through the medium of television

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageTelevision Collection: Judy Garland and her daughter Liza Minnelli are returning to the London Palladium for a

Judy Garland and her daughter Liza Minnelli are returning to the London Palladium for a repeat performance of their gala " Judy and Liza at the Palladium"

Background imageTelevision Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Photo-call in Courtyard of BBC Television Centre, London

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Photo-call in Courtyard of BBC Television Centre, London, 19th May 1969. They started rehearsals this week for their new tv series which will air in August

Background imageTelevision Collection: Detective Sergeant George Carter (left played by Dennis Waterman

Detective Sergeant George Carter (left played by Dennis Waterman) and Detective Inspector John " Jack" Regan (right played by John Thaw)

Background imageTelevision Collection: Sam Beckinsale actress stars in the television program Londons Burning with cast Dbase

Sam Beckinsale actress stars in the television program Londons Burning with cast Dbase MSI © Mirrorpix

Background imageTelevision Collection: TV Programmes Doctor Who Daleks sighted on Westminster Bridge. 1993

TV Programmes Doctor Who Daleks sighted on Westminster Bridge. 1993

Background imageTelevision Collection: Police Public Call Box, London

Police Public Call Box, London
A police officer using a Police Public Call Box on a London street. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937

Background imageTelevision Collection: John Logie Bairds experiment, showing how television transm

John Logie Bairds experiment, showing how television transm
Sending pictures through the air. Bairds system of television transmits its wireless pictures. John Logie Baird transmitted a moving image by wireless, showing gradations of light and shade

Background imageTelevision Collection: American singer, Nina Simone, in the UK recording a television programme called

American singer, Nina Simone, in the UK recording a television programme called Sound of Soul for London Weekend Television

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

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

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

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

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

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight

Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight, while William Russell who plays Ian looks on during filming for the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing

Background imageTelevision Collection: William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing

William Russell (Ian) 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: William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen

William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen) seen here receiving direction during a break in filming at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageTelevision Collection: Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace, north London, England. The original 1873 building dramatically burnt down, only 16 days after it had opened. It was quickly rebuilt and re-opened in 1875

Background imageTelevision Collection: Ray Davies, singer and songwriter, and lead singer of The Kinks

Ray Davies, singer and songwriter, and lead singer of The Kinks. Pictured in the 1980s, circa 1984. Location unknown, but possibly North London

Background imageTelevision Collection: HRH Princess Diana, The Princess of Wales arrives for The Serpentine GalleryOs summer

HRH Princess Diana, The Princess of Wales arrives for The Serpentine GalleryOs summer party in Kensington Gardens, London, hosted by Vanity Fair on 29th June 1994

Background imageTelevision Collection: Gerard Horan actor who stars in London Burning TV Programme November 1988

Gerard Horan actor who stars in London Burning TV Programme November 1988

Background imageTelevision Collection: Television Centre 27540_017

Television Centre 27540_017
BBC Television Centre, White City London. Purpose built in 1960 as the headquarters of BBC Television. It formally closed in 2013 and is due for redevelopment. Photographed in September 2012

Background imageTelevision Collection: LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey
Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey, SE London, built in 1928. This fire station was the location for the early seasons of the ITV series Londons Burning



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Television Collection

Television is a medium of communication that has been around since the early 20th century. It was first developed in London, England and quickly spread across Europe. Television is used to broadcast news, entertainment, sports and other programming to viewers all over the world and has become an integral part of modern life for many people, providing access to information and entertainment from around the globe. It also provides an important platform for advertising products and services as well as political campaigns. With its ability to reach large audiences quickly and effectively, television remains one of the most powerful forms of media today.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Television collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that capture the essence of . Our collection features iconic images of popular television shows set in London such as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Who. These high-quality products are perfect for fans who want to bring a piece of their favorite show into their homes or offices. Our collection also includes stunning photographs showcasing the beauty and culture of London with famous landmarks like Big Ben and the Tower Bridge. With a variety of sizes and formats available, customers can choose the perfect product to suit their needs. Whether it's a gift for someone special or an addition to your own home decor, the Television collection from Media Storehouse is sure to impress.
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What are Television (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Television art prints are high-quality reproductions of vintage and contemporary television-related images, available for purchase from Media Storehouse. These prints showcase iconic moments in British television history, such as classic TV shows, famous actors and presenters, and memorable scenes. The collection includes a wide range of styles and subjects to suit any taste or decor. From black-and-white photographs of early TV sets to colorful pop art inspired by popular programs like Doctor Who or Downton Abbey, there is something for everyone. These art prints are perfect for fans of British television who want to bring a piece of their favorite shows into their homes. They also make great gifts for anyone who loves nostalgia or pop culture. With so many options available at Media Storehouse, it's easy to find the perfect print that captures the essence of your favorite TV memories.
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What Television (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of high-quality Television art prints that capture the essence of London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. From iconic TV shows to famous landmarks, our collection includes everything from vintage posters to modern designs. You can choose from a variety of themes such as drama, comedy, sci-fi or reality TV. Some popular options include prints featuring Sherlock Holmes or Doctor Who. Alternatively, you can opt for cityscape prints showcasing London's skyline or other European cities like Paris or Rome. Their art prints are available in different sizes and formats including canvas and framed options. You can also customize your order by selecting your preferred print finish. Whether you're looking to decorate your home with unique artwork or searching for the perfect gift for a television enthusiast, we have something for everyone.
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How do I buy Television (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Television art prints in London, England, United Kingdom and Europe from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply select the size and format that best suits your needs. You can choose from a range of options including canvas prints, framed prints or unframed prints. Once you have made your selection, proceed to checkout where you will be prompted to enter your payment details. We accept a variety of payment methods including credit cards and PayPal. After completing your purchase, your artwork will be printed on demand using state-of-the-art printing technology before being carefully packaged for shipping. Your order will then be dispatched promptly so that it arrives at your doorstep as soon as possible. With our vast selection of Television art prints available for purchase online with ease and convenience, finding the perfect piece to add to your collection has never been easier.
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How much do Television (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Television art prints that are available for purchase. Our prices vary depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have a variety of sizes ranging from small to large, and our prints come in different formats such as framed or unframed. The cost also depends on whether you opt for a canvas or paper print. Our Television art prints feature iconic moments from popular TV shows, including classic British sitcoms and dramas. You can find prints featuring your favourite characters and scenes from shows like Doctor Who, Downton Abbey, Only Fools and Horses, Sherlock Holmes, and many more. We take pride in offering high-quality products at affordable prices so that everyone can enjoy beautiful artwork in their homes or offices. If you're looking for unique television-inspired art pieces to add to your collection or give as gifts, check out our selection today.
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How will my Television (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Television art prints to you. We use a trusted and reliable courier service to ensure that your order arrives safely and on time. Our team carefully packages each print with protective materials to prevent any damage during transit. Once your order has been processed, our courier will collect the package from our warehouse and deliver it directly to your doorstep. You will receive a tracking number so you can monitor the progress of your delivery online. We offer worldwide shipping, so whether you're located in London or anywhere else in Europe, we can deliver straight to you. Rest assured that we strive for excellence in customer service and satisfaction, ensuring that every step of the process is handled with professionalism and efficiency. Weguarantee safe delivery of your Television art prints using a trusted courier service with tracking available for peace of mind.