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Television in Art can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Police Public Call Box, London Featured Television Print

Police Public Call Box, London

A police officer using a Police Public Call Box on a London street. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937. The one pictured is a Mackenzie Trench style police box, made famous by the long-running TV series, Doctor Who. The boxes were installed so that members of the public could make emergency calls to the police, but many boxes are now disused or have been withdrawn from service because of the prevalence of the mobile phone

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10413393

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey Featured Television Print

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station replaced two older Bermondsey fire stations that were closed down.. Located in Wolseley Street, SE London, it was the setting for the highly popular television series London's Burning where Dockhead fronted the fictional fire station Blackwall

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Edina Ronay Featured Television Print

Edina Ronay

Edina Ronay FRSA (born 1944, Budapest, Hungary) Anglo-Hungarian fashion designer and former actress, the daughter of food critic Egon Ronay and mother of actress/writer Shebah Ronay. In films and television from 1960, Ronay's numerous TV roles included The Avengers, No Hiding Place, Special Branch, The Champions and Jason King. She retired from acting in the mid-1970s to take up fashion design, specializing in knitwear; she eventually formed her own company in 1984. Pictured in London Life magazine in 1965 at the time her latest part was playing a harlot in a new Sherlock Holmes film, A Study in Terror (hence the harlot's outfit!). Date: 1965

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans