Talking Pictures TV is an independent archive film and television channel which is based in a garden office in Chipperfield, just up the road from Shedworking HQ in Hertfordshire. It's run by Noel Cronin, his daughter Sarah Cronin-Stanley, and her husband Neill. As they put it:
It's been a great success during lockdown with viewing figures hitting around six million a week, and had plenty of coverage in the national media. Here's a look around it from the BBCMelt to the heart-breaking romance of Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray in ‘The Glass Mountain’. Gasp at the chilling horror of Sir Donald Wolfit in ‘Blood of the Vampire’. Bop to the pioneering rock ‘n’ roll of Terry Dene in ‘The Golden Disc’, and thrill at John Bentley as the dashing novelist cum amateur detective Paul Temple.
You can watch it on Virgin 445, Freeseat 306, Freeview or Youview 81, or on Sky channel 328.
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