|The first regular broadcasts from London, licensed by the Post Office, began on the evening of Tuesday, 14th November 1922, when the newly formed British Broadcasting Company, began transmitting from Marconi House in The Strand. Broadcasting from London has continued on a daily basis, ever since.
Experimental television broad- casting began in 1929, but it wasn't until after World War II had ended that uninterrupted daily television programmes finally commenced. Television in the UK has broadcast from London every day since Friday, 7th June 1946.
||What programmes did we listen to and watch during the 28,172 days of continuous 20th century broadcasting?
TVRDb.com intends to answer that question. Our aim is to add details of every single programme ever broadcast to London during the last century!
A mammoth task - which is why we need YOUR help. The only way we can input 78 years worth of listings within a reasonable time frame is by crowdsourcing. With just a few thousand contributors our goal could be accomplished in a few months!