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Sixties City Cult TV Shows Classic and CultTelevision Shows Year by Year (1950s and 1960-69)
including individual special feature pages on: Gerry Anderson Productions; U.F.O.; The Man From U.N.C.L.E.; Star Trek; Carry On TV; Doctor Who; Robinson Crusoe and Batman.
Sixties City Pop and Music Television Pop and Music TV Shows Year by Year (1960 - 1969)
including individual special feature pages on: The Eurovision Song Contest; Juke Box Jury; Royal Command Performances; Top Of The Pops; Thank Your Lucky Stars and Ready Steady Go!
Television recording and archives Television Recording and Archives
How and when television broadcasts were recorded before, and during, the Sixties and what happened to all the TV archives. Kinescope, Videotape and 'Double System' Editing

Sixties City Television Licences

Television Licences
and Detector Vans
Sixties City BAFTA Awards and Rose d'Or

BAFTA and Montreux Rose d'Or Television Awards
Sixties City TV Idents

A Selection of British TV Idents and Test Cards
Sixties City Television Industry Events

Industry Events, Stations, History and TV Trivia

Emmett Hennessy Emmett Hennessy
Emmett kindly provides some memories from the Sixties, and his life, as recounted to Sixties City on 16th June 2004. Emmett may not be a personality whose name you immediately recognise but you will almost certainly have seen him as he appeared in many television programmes, films and documentaries, was signed by EMI and released two singles and has performed musically at many significant venues during and since the Sixties.
  Neville Wortman Neville Wortman
His may just possibly not be one of the first names that immediately spring to mind when reminiscing about the Sixties, but there is no doubt that he was instrumental, and right where the action was, behind some of the most iconic shows on British television in the Sixties! Neville has been kind enough to share a few of his many memories and anecdotes with Sixties City, increasing our wealth of information about the remarkable personalities and achievements of that decade.


 
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The British Academy Of Film And Television Arts Awards
(formerly The Society of Film and Television Arts and
The Guild of Television Producers and Directors)
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 Golden Rose
 of Montreux
 

Sixties City - Sixties Television BAFTA
Factual Production

1960 Michael Redington
(Current Affairs: Sportsview)

1961 Tim Hewat
(Current Affairs: Bill Allenby)

1962 Richard Cawston

1963 Peter Morley and Cyril Bennett
(Documentary: Anthony de Lotbiniere)

1964 'World In Action' Production Team
(Documentary: Jack Gold)

1965 Jeremy Isaacs & 'This Week' Production Team
(Documentary: Charles Squire)

1966 '24 Hours' Production Team
(Documentary: Kevin Billington)

1967 Desmond Wilcox and Bill Morton
(Documentary: Kevin Billington)

1968 Documentary: Michael Darlow and Mike Wooller
(Current Affairs: Phillip Whitehead & Production Team)

1969 Documentary: Paul Watson 'A Year In The Life'
(Current Affairs: ITN Production Team)

Sixties City - Sixties TelevisionBAFTA
Production


1960
James Gilbert

1961
George Inns
1962
Duncan Wood
1963
Colin Clews

This award was divided into two categories
from 1964 to recognise comedy separately

1964
Programme: Francis Essex
Comedy Series: Joe McGrath

1965
Programme: Joe McGrath
Comedy Series: Michael Mills

1966
Programme: Ned Sherrin
Comedy Series: Dick Clement

1967
Programme: James Gilbert
Comedy Series: Michael Mills

1968
Programme: Dennis Main Wilson
Comedy Series: No Award

1969
Programme: Yvonne Littlewood
Comedy Series: Mark Stuart

Sixties City - Sixties Television BAFTA
Single Drama (Director)

1960
Peter Dews

1961
Andrew Osborn

1962
David Rose and Charles Jarrott

1963
John Jacobs

1964
Philip Saville

1965
Cyril Coke and Peter Hammond

1966
Kenneth Loach

1967
Kenneth Loach

1968
Anthony Page

1969
Christopher Morahan

Sixties City - Sixties Television BAFTA
Best Actor / Best Actress

1960
Lee Montague / Billie Whitelaw

1961
Rupert Davies / Ruth Dunning

1962
Harry H.Corbett / Brenda Bruce

1963
Alan Badel / Vivien Merchant

1964
Patrick Wymark / Katherine Blake

1965
Alan Badel / Gwen Watford

1966
Warren Mitchell / Vanessa Redgrave

1967
Eric Porter / Judi Dench

1968
Roy Dotrice / Wendy Craig

1969
Edward Woodward / Margaret Tyzack



Sixties City - Sixties Television BAFTA
Performance - Light Entertainment

1960
Stanley Baxter

1961
Eric Sykes

1962
Michael Bentine

1963
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise

1964
Millicent Martin

1965
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore

1966
John Bird

1967
Alan Bennett

1968
Marty Feldman

1969
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise

Sixties City - Sixties Television BAFTA
Series or Serials (Producer or Director)

1960
No award

1961
No award

1962
No award

1963
Philip Mackie

1964
Rex Firkin

1965
Philip Mackie and Silvio Narizzano

1966
Peter Graham Scott

1967
No Award

1968
No Award

1969
Verity Lambert

Sixties City - Sixties Television ROSE d'OR
The Golden Rose of Montreux

Founded by Marcel Bezançon, this was first held in 1961 and is an annual
international TV light entertainment contest.

The Silver Rose is awarded to the best three programmes and the best
of these three is awarded The Golden Rose

British successes in the Sixties were:

GOLDEN ROSE - 1961
The Black and White Minstrel Show (BBC)
(This very popular musical revue-style show ran from 14th June 1958 to 21st July 1978)

GOLDEN ROSE - 1967
Frost Over England (BBC)

SILVER ROSE - 1969
Marty (BBC)

SIXTIES GOLDEN ROSE WINNERS

  1961: The Black and White Minstrel Show (BBC, UK)
1962: Kaskad (SR, Sweden)
1963: Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall (CBS, USA)
1964: Happy End (SSR / TSR, Switzerland)
1965: The Cold Old Days (YLE, Finland)
1966: L'Arroseur arrosé (ORTF, France)
1967: Frost Over England (BBC, UK)
1968: Historias de la Frivolidad (TVE, Spain)
1969: Holiday in Switzerland (SRG / SF DRS, Switzerland)

 



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