John Logie Baird Commemorative Lecture Institution of Electrical Engineers, Savoy Place, London, Thursday 23rd October.

In recognition of John Logie Baird’s contribution to the development of Television the theme of this evening event, which includes a wine and buffet reception, is entitled “Did Baird See the Future of Television?”

The evening is divided into three talks the first by Ralph Barrett will cover Baird’s life and achievements to be followed by Don McLean who will look into the legacy of the early television systems. Ted Taylor will conclude the evening with a view of modern Broadcast technology and a glimpse into the future.

As well as the talks there will be an exhibition at which there will be a working Baird Televisor and other early equipment. In contrast there will be a demonstration of High Definition Television on large screen displays.

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