Kaleidoscope Publishing exists to promote the appreciation of British television in general and particularly ‘classic’ television programmes that many of us remember from years gone by.
“...a very enterprising group of people in the midlands called Kaleidoscope who specialise in looking at old programmes, gettings copies that everyone thinks have long disappeared and they find them and restore them, and they do credits lists for people like me.” Alan Plater, CBE.
To this end we have published a number of guides to British television archive holdings. These guides include exhaustive information on the number of archived programmes and the format(s) that they are held in. We have created this website as a means by which visitors can get a flavour of just why our guides have been described as “invaluable resources for anyone wishing to research, or even with a general interest in, British television”.
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The definitive history pre-war television.
All transmissions pre war.
Seven volume set. Hardback.
Entire series, big DVD set. Written by Tim Firth.
DVD of Dinner Date with Death and Inspector Morley.
DVD interview with Alfred Burke, star of Public Eye.
DVD of TV series about the history of advertising, with a humourous twist.
A history of the Southern Television series Freewheelers.
The drawings of Joan Moore, all in one volume. Includes new material.
The memoirs of Philip Saville, the famous director.
Out of the Unknown detailed book.
The story of Upstairs, Downstairs.
The memoirs of Mike McStay, actor.
The memoirs of Tom Edwards.
The memoirs of Lewis Rudd.
Various pilots from Canada and Australia. DVD.