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Kaleidoscope recovers a huge haul of 1960s /1970s off-air videotape recordings. 405 line conversions Archive television organisation Kaleidoscope has recovered a huge haul of 1960s and 1970s off-air videotape recordings that were thought to be a collection of audio recordings. Programmes featured on the tapes include missing footage from Top of the Pops, Lift Off with Ayshea, Saturday Variety, 45, It's Cliff and more. The domestic electronic 405-625 line conversion process is demonstrated by Project Manager David Dean. This project has been commissioned and financed by Kaleidoscope to enable a large batch of lost episodes of TV shows to be played again in the best possible quality.
Most interesting! Are there any rare gems amongst them,Richard?
Watch this space.
Do you know what is on them?!
Yup. It'll go down well - wait and see
Silence.Could it be Doctor who?
Film inserts for The Five Doctors or something else season twenty?
No idea if they’re still around or not
I believe the S20 film was all lost except Five Doctors, which exists and was restored for DVD. It would be nice if something like Mawdryn or Arc were found (not sure which others have location filming), but I don't know that the dates line up.