With the BBC Charter renewal in the news, Taylor Downing recommends studies of the institution’s past, present and future.
After 70 years, a visual record of the liberation of Belsen has been restored.
Taylor Downing looks at the making of the pioneering television series that launched BBC2 and marked the 50th anniversary of the First World War.
During the First World War, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist William Lawrence Bragg devised a system to locate enemy guns, which made a dramatic impact on the Allied war effort and beyond, says Taylor Downing.
This month marks the 40th anniversary of one of television’s greatest history documentary series. Taylor Downing celebrates The World at War.
London 2012 will be the biggest television spectacle ever. Taylor Downing reflects on the extraordinary links between the Olympics and the moving picture throughout their histories.
Taylor Downing appreciates the continuing relevance of an article questioning the accuracy of popular views of the wartime RAF.
Taylor Downing tells the story of the Central Interpretation Unit at Medmenham, Buckinghamshire, where the RAF’s aerial photo interpreters played a critical role in Britain’s wartime struggle.