Colourful albums from the sixties and seventies
Great stuff of DJs aboard Radio Caroline ship - Tony Blackburn, Simon Dee and others.
Variety Club thanks music industry stars for their contribution to Variety's charity work.
Great item about the fads and pleasures of the 1958 teenager.
Out takes (cuts, rushes) for story featured in CP 662 - quintessential "Swinging '60s" material.
Disk jockey Lothar Behnke plays music continuously for 518 hours.
All manner of old record players are on display in an exhibition in Brussels.
Early method of producing sound film is demonstrated.
A look at the history of the gramophone.
Francis Jehl, who worked with Edison, shows us the original phonograph machine!
Jack Hylton and his band perform 'Choo-Choo' as we see radio-gramophones being made at the HMV factory.
Operatic Tenor Beniamino Gigli sings 'Largo' by Handel for an HMV recording.
Good footage of HMV studios in 1932.
How a gramophone record is made - the various processes.
Ruby Murray and Ronnie Harris go to a "hit publishers" to find a new song each.
The singer Miss Gracie Fields at the HMV factory in Hayes, Middlesex.
Quiz where we have to guess the everyday objects seen in ultra close-up.
Soldiers record messages onto gramophone records to send to loved-ones.
A look at the marvellous invention of the slot machine rounded off with a song from Sandra Barry.
An informative look at the increasingly respectable juke box and its complex production.
Co-production with the BBC.