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Talking Pictures TV

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  • Talking Pictures TV
  • (TPTV)
Official logo for branding and merchandise
Broadcast areaUnited Kingdom, Ireland
HeadquartersWatford, Hertfordshire, England
Programming
Language(s)British English
Picture format
Ownership
OwnerTalking Pictures TV Ltd
History
Launched26 May 2015; 9 years ago (2015-05-26)[2]
Links
WebsiteTalkingPicturesTV.co.uk
Availability
Terrestrial
Freeview UKChannel 82[1]
FreesatChannel 306<"Freesat Channels". Freesat. 30 April 2024. Retrieved 30 April 2024.>
Streaming media
FreelyChannel 36<"Freely TV Guide". Freely. 30 April 2024. Retrieved 30 April 2024.>

Talking Pictures TV (TPTV) is a British free-to-air vintage film and nostalgia television channel. It was launched on 26 May 2015 on Sky channel 343,[Note 1][2] but later also became available on Freeview, Freesat, and Virgin Media. It is on air for 24 hours a day and features mainly older British films, both classics and B-films,[4] but the schedule also includes some American films, straight-to-video programmes, cinema shorts, extended interviews with veteran actors, and period home movies of British locations.

In July 2018, Talking Pictures TV had an audience share of 0.50%. As of 2019, it had reached an audience share of 0.63%.[5]

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Foundation

TPTV is a family business, founded by producer/editor Noel Cronin, and run by his daughter Sarah Cronin-Stanley with her husband Neill Stanley.[4] Films in many genres (horror, comedy, drama and thriller) are included in the schedule. In-house productions are also shown, as are items from the Cronins' own back catalogue,[6] including Noel's Dandelion Distribution, as well as series from the archive of Southern Television, a former ITV contractor, and early American television shows. Movies are usually copied directly from film reels; damaged reels from the catalogue are often replaced by donations, either from online, viewers or available libraries.[7]

One of the aims of the founders was to maintain the history of British cinema; it was said to have been in the making since 2007.[8] Older movies, including those made in black and white, were once regularly shown on terrestrial channels, such as BBC and Channel 4,[7] but such programming had declined by the 2000s, with only the best known classic films occasionally being aired. Cronin-Stanley explained to the Watford Observer in 2016 that "People were interested in the big titles but he [her father Noel] wanted to save the smaller, more obscure titles, from getting lost".[6] However, television networks rejected their pitches, unconvinced that it would be of high demand,[7] so they decided to set up the channel independently.[6] Cronin-Stanley later explained that the channel specialises in "the things people have forgotten".[9]

Availability

Talking Pictures TV was initially only available via digital satellite on the Sky platform in the United Kingdom and Ireland.[2] Since 15 September 2015, the channel has also been available on Freeview. It became available on Freesat channel 306 in February 2016,[1] and on Virgin Media on 1 June 2017. On Freeview, it was initially broadcast only in standard definition (SDTV) on a HD multiplex and could be received only by Freeview HD equipment.[1] From 30 November 2017, the channel became available, to those within coverage (90 per cent of UK households), on any TV capable of receiving Freeview.[10] In 2018, the channel reportedly had a weekly audience of about 2 million,[11] but BBC News reported that it possibly rose to as high as 6 million in mid-2020 (during the COVID-19 pandemic).[12]

Broadcast output

Films

A list of selected films shown on Talking Pictures TV:

Film Year Genre Director Cast
A Taste of Honey[13][14] 1961 Drama Tony Richardson Dora Bryan,
Rita Tushingham
An Alligator Named Daisy[15][16] 1955 Comedy J. Lee Thompson Donald Sinden,
Jeannie Carson
Au Pair Girls[17] 1972 Comedy Val Guest Gabrielle Drake,
Astrid Frank
Bad Blood 1981 Thriller Mike Newell Jack Thompson,
Carol Burns
Ball of Fire[18] 1941 Comedy Howard Hawks Gary Cooper,
Barbara Stanwyck
Be My Guest[19] 1965 Musical Lance Comfort David Hemmings,
Steve Marriott
The Beach Girls[20] 1982 Comedy Pat Townsend Jeana Tomasino,
Debra Blee
Beat Girl[21] 1960 Drama Edmond T. Gréville David Farrar,
Noëlle Adam
Bedazzled[22] 1967 Comedy Stanley Donen Peter Cook,
Dudley Moore
The Black Book 1949 Thriller Anthony Mann Robert Cummings,
Richard Basehart
Blood Mania 1970 Horror Robert Vincent O'Neil Peter Carpenter,
Maria De Aragon
Blood of the Vampire[2] 1958 Horror Henry Cass Donald Wolfit,
Vincent Ball
Blue Money 1972 Drama Alain Patrick Alain Patrick,
Barbara Mills
Brannigan 1975 Thriller Douglas Hickox John Wayne,
Richard Attenborough
Can You Keep It Up for a Week?[23] 1974 Comedy Jim Atkinson Jeremy Bulloch,
Sue Longhurst
Carry On Admiral[24] 1957 Comedy Val Guest David Tomlinson,
Peggy Cummins
Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things 1972 Comedy/horror Bob Clark Alan Ormsby,
Valerie Mamches
Child's Play 1972 Drama Sidney Lumet James Mason,
Robert Preston
Commuter Husbands 1972 Comedy Derek Ford Gabrielle Drake,
Robin Bailey
Crucible of Horror 1971 Horror Viktors Ritelis Michael Gough,
Yvonne Mitchell
Cry of the Banshee 1970 Horror Gordon Hessler Vincent Price,
Hilary Dwyer
Cry, the Beloved Country 1951 Drama Kellner Zoltán Canada Lee,
Sidney Poitier
Curse of the Fly 1965 Horror Don Sharp Brian Donlevy,
George Baker
Curtain Up 1952 Comedy Ralph Smart Robert Morley,
Margaret Rutherford
Deathdream[25] 1974 Horror Bob Clark John Marley,
Lynn Carlin
The Demon 1981 Horror Percival Rubens Cameron Mitchell,
Jennifer Holmes
Dentist in the Chair[26] 1960 Comedy Don Chaffey Bob Monkhouse,
Peggy Cummins
Down Among the Z Men[27] 1952 Comedy Maclean Rogers Harry Secombe,
Michael Bentine
Every Day's a Holiday 1965 Comedy James Hill John Leyton,
Mike Sarne
Friends[28] 1971 Romance Lewis Gilbert Sean Bury,
Anicée Alvina
Fourteen Hours 1951 Drama Henry Hathaway Paul Douglas,
Richard Basehart
The Flying Deuces[29] 1939 Comedy A. Edward Sutherland Stan Laurel,
Oliver Hardy
The Frightened City[30] 1961 Crime drama John Lemont Herbert Lom,
John Gregson
The Frightened Man[31] 1952 Crime drama John Gilling Dermot Walsh,
Barbara Murray
Go for Broke! 1951 War drama Robert Pirosh Van Johnson,
Lane Nakano
Hell Drivers[13] 1957 Crime drama Cy Endfield Stanley Baker,
Herbert Lom
Henry V[32] 1944 Drama Laurence Olivier Laurence Olivier
Renée Asherson
His Girl Friday[33] 1940 Comedy Howard Hawks Cary Grant
Rosalind Russell
Hobson's Choice 1954 Comedy David Lean Charles Laughton
John Mills
Home Before Midnight 1979 Drama Pete Walker James Aubrey
Alison Elliot
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte 1964 Thriller Robert Aldrich Bette Davis,
Olivia De Havilland
I Remember Mama[15][34] 1948 Drama George Stevens Irene Dunne,
Barbara Bel Geddes
Incident in Shanghai 1938 Drama John Paddy Carstairs Margaret Vyner,
Patrick Barr
I See a Dark Stranger 1946 Comedy drama Frank Launder Deborah Kerr,
Trevor Howard
It's a Wonderful World[35] 1956 Comedy Val Guest Terence Morgan,
George Cole
The L-Shaped Room[36] 1962 Drama Bryan Forbes Leslie Caron,
Tom Bell
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp[13][37] 1943 Drama Michael Powell,
Emeric Pressburger
Roger Livesey,
Deborah Kerr)
Look Back in Anger 1959 Drama Tony Richardson Richard Burton,
Claire Bloom
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner 1962 Drama Tony Richardson Tom Courtenay
Michael Redgrave
Lost in the Desert 1969 Drama Jamie Uys Wynard Uys
Jamie Uys
Malibu High 1979 Crime thriller Irvin Berwick Jill Lansing,
Stuart Taylor
The Man in the Mirror 1936 Comedy Maurice Elvey Edward Everett Horton,
Genevieve Tobin
The Man Who Could Cheat Death 1959 Horror Terence Fisher Anton Diffring,
Hazel Court
Marilyn[38] 1953 Crime drama Wolf Rilla Sandra Dorne,
Maxwell Reed
Mark of the Phoenix[39] 1958 Drama Maclean Rogers Julia Arnall,
Sheldon Lawrence
Melody[40] 1971 Comedy Waris Hussein Mark Lester,
Tracy Hyde
The Million Pound Note[41] 1955 Comedy Ronald Neame Gregory Peck,
Ronald Squire
The New York Hat[42] 1912 Silent film D.W. Griffith Mary Pickford,
Charles Hill Mailes
Night Boat to Dublin 1946 Thriller Lawrence Huntington Robert Newton,
Raymond Lovell
Night of the Big Heat 1967 Sci-fi Terence Fisher Christopher Lee,
Patrick Allen
No Love for Johnnie[43] 1961 Drama Ralph Thomas Peter Finch,
Stanley Holloway
Notorious[44] 1946 Thriller Alfred Hitchcock Cary Grant,
Ingrid Bergman
Once a Jolly Swagman 1949 Drama Jack Lee Dirk Bogarde,
Bonar Colleano
Once in a New Moon 1935 Sci-fi Anthony Kimmins Eliot Makeham,
Rene Ray
Our Girl Friday[45] 1953 Comedy Noel Langley Joan Collins,
George Cole
The Plough and the Stars 1937 Drama John Ford Barbara Stanwyck,
Preston Foster
The Pom Pom Girls[46] 1976 Comedy Joseph Ruben Robert Carradine,
Jennifer Ashley
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie[47] 1969 Drama Ronald Neame Maggie Smith,
Robert Stephens
Pygmalion[48] 1938 Drama Anthony Asquith,
Leslie Howard
Leslie Howard,
Wendy Hiller
Radio Cab Murder 1954 Drama Vernon Sewell Jimmy Hanley,
Lana Morris
Raffles[49] 1939 Drama Sam Wood David Niven,
Olivia De Havilland
Rasputin the Mad Monk 1966 Horror Don Sharp Christopher Lee,
Barbara Shelley
The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler[50] 1971 Sci-fi Bob Wynn Leslie Nielsen,
Bradford Dillman
Richard III[51] 1955 Drama Laurence Olivier Laurence Olivier,
Ralph Richardson
Rosie Dixon – Night Nurse 1978 Comedy Justin Cartwright Beryl Reid,
John Le Mesurier
Sapphire[52] 1959 Crime drama Basil Dearden Nigel Patrick,
Yvonne Mitchell
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning[13] 1980 Drama Karel Reisz Albert Finney,
Shirley Anne Field
Say Hello to Yesterday 1970 Drama Alvin Rakoff Jean Simmons,
Leonard Whiting
Séance on a Wet Afternoon[13] 1964 Drama Bryan Forbes Kim Stanley,
Richard Attenborough
Sextette 1978 Musical drama Ken Hughes Mae West,
Timothy Dalton
The Skull 1965 Horror Freddie Francis Peter Cushing,
Patrick Wymark
Sparrows Can't Sing 1963 Comedy Joan Littlewood James Booth,
Barbara Windsor
Suburban Wives 1971 Comedy Derek Ford Eva Whishaw,
Barry Linehan
Tarka the Otter[13] 1979 Adventure David Cobham Edward Underdown,
Peter Ustinov (narrator)
Tom Brown's Schooldays 1951 Drama Gordon Parry John Howard Davies,
Robert Newton
The Trollenberg Terror 1958 Sci-fi horror Quentin Lawrence Forrest Tucker,
Laurence Payne
Tomboy 1985 Comedy Herb Freed Betsy Russell,
Gerard Christopher
To the Devil a Daughter 1976 Horror Peter Sykes Richard Widmark,
Christopher Lee
The Van 1977 Comedy Sam Grossman Stuart Goetz,
Deborah White
Virgin Witch 1972 Horror Ray Austin Ann Michelle,
Vicki Michelle
What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?[53] 1969 Thriller Lee H. Katzin Geraldine Page,
Ruth Gordon
Whistle Down the Wind[13] 1961 Drama Bryan Forbes Hayley Mills,
Bernard Lee
White Cargo 1973 Comedy Ray Selfe David Jason,
Hugh Lloyd
The Young Ones 1961 Musical comedy Sidney J. Furie Cliff Richard,
Robert Morley

Television series

Talking Pictures TV features several classic television series from American broadcasters ABC, CBS, and NBC, as well as British series, mostly from Southern Television productions for the ITV network. Many of the American television shows were produced by Four Star Television.

New television programmes for 2022 included The Heritage Chart Show with Mike Read, a pop music countdown of videos and live performances from veteran acts, presented on Sunday nights by the former Radio 1 disc jockey Mike Read and shared with the Local TV network of channels.[54][55][56][57] Also Read can be seen each week with Talking Pictures TV founder Noel Cronin on the channel's archive programme The Footage Detectives, a show which discusses forgotten films and lost TV shows such as The Barnstormers from 1964.[58][59]

British programmes

American programmes

Other

Talking Pictures TV also features several films from the series featuring Old Mother Riley, and from the British Film Institute's (BFI) archives, including several significant documentaries, and a considerable number of Children's Film Foundation productions, named under a series segment Glimpses.[4] Its intention is for both nostalgia and education, as well as reminding the audience of the past; some footage is donated by viewers.[7] The series is the most popular original content on the channel and its compilation DVD is the most popular buy on Renown Film's website.[124]

The Take Two series was presented by Elstree historian Morris Bright, and occasionally Robert Ross and/or the channel creators, who interview famous actors whose films and programming is airing on the channel, such as Nanette Newman, Angela Douglas, Rita Tushingham,[125] Sylvia Syms, Michael Craig,[126] Shirley Eaton, Sally Thomsett, Jack Smethurst, Jenny Hanley, Norman Eshley, Valerie Leon, Madeline Smith, Marc Sinden, and Janette Scott;[127] a few of them recorded station idents for the channel.[128][129][130][131][132][133][134][135] An interview with A Family at War creator John Finch was also aired,[136] as well as Neil Sean Meets..., an interviewing series presented by Neil Sean, who has interviewed historians and celebrities of the mid-20th century, such as Tommy Steele,[137] Roger Moore[138] and Eden Kane.

Interviews from 2018 onwards have been filmed in the Cinema Museum in the wake of the museum's foreclosure announcement;[139] the interviewees there include Mark Lester, George Layton,[140] Anita Harris, Sid James's daughter Reina,[141] Anneke Wills,[142] and Peter Butterworth's son Tyler.[143] Some interviews in the series were later released on a DVD collection named Talking Pictures with....[144]

Themed days

The channel has featured themed days, such as "An Afternoon with Liz Fraser"[145] (14 August 2016), "1960s Day",[146] "Sophia Loren Evening"[147] (20 September 2016), "Music Hall Monday" (18 January 2016),[148] "Diana Dors Day" (14 May 2017),[149] and "An Afternoon with Patricia Dainton" (12 April 2016),[150] in which the actress came out of retirement to provide introductions to her films. "Laurel and Hardy Month"[151] aired their short films and feature-length productions throughout September 2017[152] and their movies continue to be shown.[4] "Ronald Colman Season"[153] occurred throughout November and December 2016, airing movies such as The Devil to Pay!, Bulldog Drummond, and Raffles.[154]

15 February 2018 was "Sam Kydd Day",[155] with showings of a handful of his movies and television appearances, excerpts from his diaries and anecdotes of his life from his son Jonathan.[156] 15 March 2019 was "John Gregson Day" which featured movies and television that starred/featured the actor, along with interviews with his family members and remaining cast members of his filmography.[157] There have also been special guests that host their favourite vintage media that has appeared on the channel, such as Danny Baker[158] and Vic Reeves.[159]

Name Date Topic Notes Ref(s)
Dial M For Monday 7 December 2015 (2015-12-07) B-movie crime films [160]
Music Hall Monday 18 January 2016 (2016-01-18) British Music hall movies [161]
Vintage Valentines 14 February 2016 (2016-02-14) Romance films
[162]
Monster Monday 4 March 2016 (2016-03-04) B-movie monster films [163]
An Afternoon with Patricia Dainton 12 April 2016 (2016-04-12) Celebrating the movie career of Patricia Dainton
  • Aired on Dainton's 86th birthday
  • Included exclusive interviews with Dainton and cast members of her movies
[150]
Trip Down Memory Lane 28 April 2016 (2016-04-28) Movies set on planes, boats, and trains [164]
Pop Goes to the Movies 27 May 2016 (2016-05-27) Films that starred/had cameo appearances from pop groups [165]
An Afternoon with Liz Fraser 14 August 2016 (2016-08-14) Celebrating the career of Liz Fraser Aired on Fraser's 86th birthday [145]
1960s Day 16 September 2016 (2016-09-16) Musical films from the 1960s [146]
Sophia Loren Evening 20 September 2016 (2016-09-20) Celebrating the career of Sophia Loren Aired on Loren's 82nd birthday [147]
Ronald Colman Season 2 November – 3 December 2016 (2016-11-02 – 2016-12-03) Celebrating the career of Ronald Colman; aired sporadically [166][153]
Diana Dors Day 14 May 2017 (2017-05-14) Celebrating the career of Diana Dors [149]
Vic Reeves Takes Over Talking Pictures TV 23 July 2017 (2017-07-23) Schedule chosen and hosted by Vic Reeves [159]
Laurel and Hardy Month September 2017 Laurel and Hardy comedy shorts aired sporadically throughout the month [152]
Danny Baker Takes Over Talking Pictures TV 57 October 2017 (2017-10-57) Schedule chosen and hosted by comedian Danny Baker Co-hosted by historian Robert Ross [158]
Laurel and Hardy Season February – 3 March 2018 Laurel and Hardy comedy shorts aired sporadically throughout Spiritual successor of September 2017's "Laurel and Hardy Month" [167]
Sam Kydd Day 15 February 2018 (2018-02-15) Celebrating the career of Sam Kydd
  • Aired on Kydd's birthday anniversary
  • Exclusive interviews with family
  • Son Jonathan reads excerpts from Kydd's diary
[156]
Will Hay Thursdays 1 March – 26 April 2018 (2018-03-01 – 2018-04-26) Celebrating the career of Will Hay by airing his films every Thursday [168]
John Gregson Day 15 March 2019 (2019-03-15) Celebrating the career of John Gregson
  • Aired on Gregson's 100th birthday anniversary
  • Exclusive interviews with Gregson's family
[157]
A Celebration of British Transport Films 22–25 April 2019 (2019-04-22 – 2019-04-25) 100th anniversary of transport (e.g. railway) in the UK, through documentaries Films created by British Transport Films [169]
Stanley Baker Day 28 June 2019 (2019-06-28) Celebrating the career of Stanley Baker
  • 43rd anniversary of Baker's death
  • Exclusive interviews with Baker's family
[170]
Kenneth More Day 12 July 2019 (2019-07-12) Celebrating the career of Kenneth More 37th anniversary of More's death [171]
Dora Bryan Day 15:30, 19 October 2019 (2019-10-19T15:30) Celebrating the career of Dora Bryan
  • Begins from 3:30pm until midnight
  • Hosted by Paul O'Grady, with Rita Tushingham
[172]

Themed nights

In 2021, the channel introduced The Cellar Club with Caroline Munro, a Friday night block of crime, sci-fi and horror films, like 1974 Hammer production Captain Kronos The Vampire Hunter and Joseph Green's The Brain That Wouldn't Die from 1962.[173]

Controversy, racial slurs

The regulator Ofcom has warned the channel about the use of racial slurs in its programming on a handful of occasions,[11] including an episode of Granada Television's A Family at War, originally broadcast in the early 1970s, shown by TPTV in the hour just before the 9pm watershed, and an uncensored interview with Joan Turner during her appearance on the talk show Tell Me Another.[101]

Cronin-Stanley told The Times in February 2018: "Ofcom say we need to advise people before they watch something that it may contain outdated racial stereotyping, but I would say that's babysitting our audience".[11] However, since late 2018, warning notices have been displayed just before some programmes begin, stating, for example, that a programme "was made between 1978 and 1992" and that "Some viewers may be offended by the language and attitudes expressed by some characters ... which reflect the time it was made."[Note 2] In addition, occurrences of such terms may be removed from the soundtrack and the subtitles.[Note 3]

Related projects

Renown Pictures

For over 20 years, Cronin-Stanley and Cronin have been patrons of a DVD membership club, The Renown Film Club, for fans of B-film classics.[2] Cronin had worked for The Rank Organisation and Central Office of Information, and bought the rights to several libraries that owned films that air on TPTV,[6] such as much of the Southern Television library, and originally licensed them out to terrestrial channels.[4] Many of the films aired on Talking Pictures TV are available to buy on DVD, often sold as compilations under different genres, through the distributing company,[174] both online and through the Renown's telephone service. Each DVD set is full of films made between the 1930s and 1960s, and also include special features, such as interviews and history. Other merchandise is also sold on the website, such as mugs, clothing, biographies, and calendars (available to buy in December for the new year), often branded under Talking Pictures TV's name. In spring 2019, Renown released its first CD compilation album named Hits From the Flicks, three CDs of songs from musicals and movies with pop song theme tunes that had aired on the channel.[175]

The Renown Film Festival

Since 2014, the channel's producers created the Renown Film Festival, which celebrates classic British film, featuring guest appearances by actors whose films have been aired, as well as historians, who give interviews; there are also screenings for films that were once considered lost, and memorabilia available to buy and be autographed by the actors. It occurs annually in February, and tickets are advertised on both TPTV's website and the channel. Actors who have appeared on the guest lists include Jess Conrad (who reunited with the remaining cast of The Boys in 2017),[176] Rita Tushingham,[177] Brian Murphy, Melvyn Hayes, and Derren Nesbitt.[177] The festival takes place in Hertfordshire, such as Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth[177] and St. Albans' The Alban Arena,[178] but 2019 was the first year to have more than one festival in a year; October 2019 was the Renown Film's 6th Festival of Film at the Stockport Plaza,[179] which also featured special guests, film screenings, and memorabilia. Although tickets sold out, St. Albans' 2020 Festival was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.[180]

Podcast

A spin-off podcast named The Talking Pictures TV Podcast was announced in December 2018[181] by Adam Roche,[182] the creator of the podcasts The Secret History of Hollywood and Attaboy Clarence,[182] and began broadcasting on 3 February 2019. Each episode is uploaded monthly to coincide with TPTV's schedule releases and invites the audience to review movies and television programmes that will broadcast on the channel during that month. Its first episode became the most popular podcast in the UK iTunes chart within roughly five hours.[183]

TPTV Encore

On 1 December 2021, TPTV Encore launched.[184][185] It is Talking Pictures TV's official streaming service for viewers to catch up with the latest media recently aired on the channel, as well as hosting Renown Pictures' Southern TV archive.[186][187][188]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Sky relocated the channel to 328 in April 2018.[3]
  2. ^ Shown before episodes of Rumpole of the Bailey.
  3. ^ For example, a showing in November 2020 of the 1945 documentary Burma Victory deleted all references to Japanese forces as "Japs".

References

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Clair Woodward (17 May 2015). "Talking Pictures TV founder Sarah Cronin-Stanley on the rebirth of Classic British film". Express.co.uk. Daily ExpressExpress Newspapers. Archived from the original on 8 August 2018. Retrieved 14 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Talking Pictures TV News - April 2018". Archived from the original on 9 February 2021.
  4. ^ a b c d e Barnett, David (26 September 2017). "Talking Pictures TV: The return of black and white television". The Independent. Archived from the original on 24 February 2018. Retrieved 23 February 2018.
  5. ^ "Monthly viewing summary". BARB. barb.co.uk. Archived from the original on 25 January 2016. Retrieved 23 October 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d Lacey-Davidson, Matty (17 November 2016). "Talking Pictures TV channel shows old British films and has celebrities like Matt Lucas, Barbara Windsor and Mark Gatiss talking". watfordobserver.co.uk. Archived from the original on 11 February 2019. Retrieved 11 April 2018.
  7. ^ a b c d Cronin-Stanley, Sarah (1 March 2019). "The Talking Pictures TV Podcast: March 2019". The Talking Pictures TV Podcast (Interview). Interviewed by Adam Roache. Hertfordshire: Adam Roache; iTunes. Archived from the original on 27 March 2019. Retrieved 16 March 2019.
  8. ^ Talking Pictures TV [@talkingpicstv] (31 December 2017). "10 years ago my dad had an idea to launch a tvchannel showing only old films,clips of nostalgia,old tv series..Everyone told us we were mad" (Tweet). Archived from the original on 2 April 2020. Retrieved 11 February 2019 – via Twitter.
  9. ^ Rogers, Jude (17 May 2020). "Inside Talking Pictures, the ultimate in lockdown comfort TV". The Observer. Also, they'd never consider showing bigger films, "stuff like Where Eagles Dare", Cronin-Stanley says. "That's not us. We're more about the things people have forgotten, then realise how much they love."
  10. ^ "Talking pictures for all!", Radio Times, 25 Nov–1 Dec: 118, 2017
  11. ^ a b c Moore, Matthew (22 February 2018). "Racist 70s TV falls foul of censors". The Times. Archived from the original on 23 February 2018. Retrieved 23 February 2018.(subscription required)
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