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How else can enthusiasts get hold of archive programme material?

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How else can enthusiasts get hold of archive programme material?

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1. Wait for screenings on television. 2. Buy old programmes released as home video tapes. Don t forget some old British (and American) programmes not sold here can be had from the USA. Try putting the programme title into an Internet search engine. 3. Attend periodic public screenings such as Missing Believed Wiped at the National Film Theatre, Kaleidoscope in Stourbridge (see the Kaleidocope webpage) and so on (at least you’ll see your favourites). 4. Book a personal screening in Television Heaven at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford. 5. Discover a lost treasure on film at a cine enthusiasts’ fair or in a junk shop. 6. Put a want ad in Exchange & Mart, Loot, 405 Alive magazine or your local ‘free ads’ paper. 7. Join othe PPS (Programme Preservation Society), whose members lend each other copies of old television and radio programmes. If you would like more information on PPS, then please send an SAE to the club treasurer Richard Berry at 230 Selsdon Roa

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