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Seeing by Wireless

“…Many people have foolish ideas concerning the limitations of a wireless set and are fearful that the coming of television will mean that they themselves will be seen in the privacy of their baths by unprincipled Peeping Toms.” Wireless World March 1935 On the 30th of September 1929 John Logie Baird began regular experimental 30 line television broadcasts with The Baird Televisor. The transmissions in London took place on week days between 11pm and 11.45pm by the BBC. It was never envisaged that they would be seen in Orkney.

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