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Television Collection (#3)

Television has been a popular medium of entertainment for decades, and it continues to evolve with new themes that capture the attention of viewers

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Background imageTelevision Collection: Sir Mortimer Wheeler

Sir Mortimer Wheeler
Portrait of Sir Mortimer Wheeler (1890 - 1976), archaeologist and broadcaster, seated at his desk in the British Academy. Through the medium of television

Background imageTelevision Collection: Educational Film & Television (Chinese State Circus)

Educational Film & Television (Chinese State Circus)

Background imageTelevision Collection: Aldrin Looks Back at Tranquility Base

Aldrin Looks Back at Tranquility Base
Astronaut Edwin E." Buzz" Aldrin Jr. Lunar Module pilot, is photographed during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity on the Moon

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageTelevision Collection: In a recorded session of the famous BBC radio programme 'Twenty Questions'

In a recorded session of the famous BBC radio programme "Twenty Questions"
In a recorded session of the famous BBC radio programme " Twenty Questions" the mystery voice was a Dalek. The recording of the programme.. the 750th! goes out on May 30th

Background imageTelevision Collection: Lenny Henry, comedian, having some fun at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. June 1978

Lenny Henry, comedian, having some fun at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. June 1978. Sir Lenworth George Henry, CBE (born 29 August 1958), known as Lenny Henry, is a British stand-up comedian, actor

Background imageTelevision Collection: BBC Television announce Christmas Television Programmes

BBC Television announce Christmas Television Programmes and Celebrities for December 1980. Standing - Left to Right : Les Dawson, Larry Grayson, Terry Wogan, Basil Brush, Barbara Woodhouse

Background imageTelevision Collection: Last of the Summer Wine actors in top hats and tails

Last of the Summer Wine actors in top hats and tails. L-R Bill Owen, Peter Sallis and Brian Wilde. 22nd January 1982

Background imageTelevision Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Photo-call in Courtyard of BBC Television Centre, London

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Photo-call in Courtyard of BBC Television Centre, London, 19th May 1969. They started rehearsals this week for their new tv series which will air in August

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageTelevision Collection: Sarah Lancashire actress playing a game of cricket during break from playing Raquel in

Sarah Lancashire actress playing a game of cricket during break from playing Raquel in Coronation Street

Background imageTelevision Collection: Sam Beckinsale actress stars in the television program Londons Burning with cast Dbase

Sam Beckinsale actress stars in the television program Londons Burning with cast Dbase MSI © Mirrorpix

Background imageTelevision Collection: Folk singer Joni Mitchell who writes songs for pop singers

Folk singer Joni Mitchell who writes songs for pop singers, arrived at Heathrow Airport for a folk concert at the Festival Hall and also a television show

Background imageTelevision Collection: Tom Baker as Doctor Who Circa 1975 Rev 3747 vfr1

Tom Baker as Doctor Who Circa 1975 Rev 3747 vfr1

Background imageTelevision Collection: David Lloyd - Lancashire C. C. C

David Lloyd - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1979 season Lancashires David Bumble Lloyd. Lloyd played 378 first-class matches for Lancashire between 1965 and 1983, scoring 17877 runs with 37 centuries

Background imageTelevision Collection: KENNEDY / NIXON DEBATE, 1960. John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States

KENNEDY / NIXON DEBATE, 1960. John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, debating Richard M
KENNEDY/NIXON DEBATE, 1960. John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, debating Richard M. Nixon on television during the 1960 Presidential Campaign, moderated by Howard K. Smith

Background imageTelevision Collection: Brian Cox, caricature

Brian Cox, caricature
Brian Cox (born 1968). Caricature of the British particle physicist, science TV presenter and former musician Brian Edward Cox

Background imageTelevision Collection: TV & VIDEO 1980S

TV & VIDEO 1980S
A colour television and video set

Background imageTelevision Collection: American singer, Nina Simone, in the UK recording a television programme called

American singer, Nina Simone, in the UK recording a television programme called Sound of Soul for London Weekend Television

Background imageTelevision Collection: Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with

Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with assistant Sarah Jane Smith played by actress Elisabeth Sladen. 9th December 1974

Background imageTelevision Collection: Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with

Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with assistants Sarah Jane Smith played by actress Elisabeth Sladen and John Andrews played by Ian Marter

Background imageTelevision Collection: Imogen Stubbs Actress

Imogen Stubbs Actress

Background imageTelevision Collection: TV Programmes Doctor Who Daleks sighted on Westminster Bridge. 1993

TV Programmes Doctor Who Daleks sighted on Westminster Bridge. 1993

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming Thunderbirds

Filming Thunderbirds
Filming the classic 1960s series Thunderbirds, a British mid-1960s science fiction television show devised by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and made by AP Films

Background imageTelevision Collection: Berlin Television Tower (Fernsehturm) and sculpture of a soldier jumping the Berlin Wall at

Berlin Television Tower (Fernsehturm) and sculpture of a soldier jumping the Berlin Wall at Bernauerstrasse, Berlin Germany, Europe

Background imageTelevision Collection: CCTV TV station HQ by OMA Rem Koolhs architecture studio, built in 2009

CCTV TV station HQ by OMA Rem Koolhs architecture studio, built in 2009, Central Business District, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageTelevision Collection: Liza Minnelli, 18, is pictured with her mother Judy Garland, 42, and Mark Herron

Liza Minnelli, 18, is pictured with her mother Judy Garland, 42, and Mark Herron. Liza has flown to London to talk about her big chance - a British television show they are to star in together

Background imageTelevision Collection: The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight

Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight, while William Russell who plays Ian looks on during filming for the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing

Background imageTelevision Collection: William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing

William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen

William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen) seen here receiving direction during a break in filming at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageTelevision Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageTelevision Collection: In a recorded session of the famous BBC radio programme 'Twenty Questions'

In a recorded session of the famous BBC radio programme "Twenty Questions"
In a recorded session of the famous BBC radio programme " Twenty Questions" the mystery voice was a Dalek. The recording of the programme.. the 750th! goes out on May 30th

Background imageTelevision Collection: Ken Dodd in the Diddy Village with the props for his new children show for the BBC

Ken Dodd in the Diddy Village with the props for his new children show for the BBC, pictures taken at the BBC Dickenson Road Studios. 4th November 1968

Background imageTelevision Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, working on a script for their show

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, working on a script for their show, pictured at the BBC Rehearsal room, Acton, Tuesday 2nd January 1973

Background imageTelevision Collection: Eric Morecambe gets a new style in ear muffs with coffee cups from his partner

Eric Morecambe gets a new style in ear muffs with coffee cups from his partner and Ernie Wise, 19th January 1966

Background imageTelevision Collection: John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - April 1978 with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise

John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - April 1978 with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, filming for the TV Programme - The Sweeney

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming Thunderbirds

Filming Thunderbirds
Filming the classic 1960s series Thunderbirds, a British mid-1960s science fiction television show devised by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and made by AP Films

Background imageTelevision Collection: Shukhov broadcasting tower

Shukhov broadcasting tower
The Shukhov radio tower, Moscow, photographed at night. Also known as the Shabolovka tower, this broadcasting tower was designed by architect Vladimir Shukhov to serve the Russian capital

Background imageTelevision Collection: Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace, north London, England. The original 1873 building dramatically burnt down, only 16 days after it had opened. It was quickly rebuilt and re-opened in 1875

Background imageTelevision Collection: Caroline Quentin Actress with Alan Davies on location for the new series of Jonathan

Caroline Quentin Actress with Alan Davies on location for the new series of Jonathan Creek

Background imageTelevision Collection: Filming Thunderbirds

Filming Thunderbirds
Filming the classic 1960s series Thunderbirds, a British mid-1960s science fiction television show devised by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and made by AP Films

Background imageTelevision Collection: Television Screen being constructed on the pitch at The Den

Television Screen being constructed on the pitch at The Den
Millwalls new signing Eamonn Dunphy points to a huge television screen being constructed on the pitch at The Den to beam back pictures from Millwalls game at Workington on the 28th January Football

Background imageTelevision Collection: Kate Williams, TV Actress, at home in Woodford Bridge, also pictured

Kate Williams, TV Actress, at home in Woodford Bridge, also pictured, daughter Kelly aged 6, 12th October 1978



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Television Collection

Television has been a popular medium of entertainment for decades, and it continues to evolve with new themes that capture the attention of viewers. Some of the most popular themes on television include drama, comedy, reality TV shows, crime dramas, and documentaries. Drama series have always been a staple in television programming with their complex storylines and character development. Comedy shows provide light-hearted entertainment that can be enjoyed by all ages. Reality TV shows offer an inside look into the lives of real people while crime dramas keep audiences on edge with suspenseful plot twists. Documentaries educate viewers about various topics ranging from history to science to social issues. Television remains a powerful tool for storytelling and entertainment in modern society.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Television collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art and framed prints featuring iconic TV shows and characters. From classic sitcoms like Friends, Seinfeld, and The Simpsons to modern hits like Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and Stranger Things, our collection has something for every fan. Each piece is expertly crafted using high-quality materials to ensure long-lasting durability and vibrant colors that will enhance any room's decor. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic reminder of your favorite childhood show or want to showcase your love for the latest binge-worthy series, the Television collection has it all. With hundreds of options available in various sizes and styles, finding the perfect piece to suit your taste has never been easier. So why not bring some personality into your home with these unique pieces from Media Storehouse?
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What are Television (Popular Themes) art prints?

Television art prints are high-quality reproductions of iconic images from popular TV shows. These prints capture the essence of beloved characters, scenes, and moments that have become cultural touchstones for generations of viewers. From classic sitcoms to contemporary dramas, these art prints offer a unique way to celebrate your favorite television programs and add a touch of nostalgia to any room. These art prints are created using state-of-the-art printing technology that ensures vibrant colors, sharp details, and long-lasting durability. They come in a variety of sizes and formats to suit any decor style or personal preference. Whether you're looking for a bold statement piece or a subtle accent, Television art prints offer something for everyone. Television art prints are an excellent choice for anyone who loves TV and wants to bring some of its magic into their home or office space.
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What Television (Popular Themes) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Television art prints that are perfect for any fan of popular TV shows. You can choose from classic themes such as Friends, The Simpsons, and Doctor Who to more recent hits like Game of Thrones and Stranger Things. These prints come in various sizes and styles, including framed or unframed options. If you're looking for something unique, Media Storehouse also has a collection of vintage TV posters featuring iconic shows from the past. These include classics like I Love Lucy, The Honeymooners, and The Twilight Zone. In addition to these popular themes, Media Storehouse also offers art prints featuring characters from children's television programs such as Sesame Street and Paw Patrol. Whether you're decorating your home or office space or searching for the perfect gift for a fellow TV enthusiast, we have plenty of options to choose from.
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How do I buy Television (Popular Themes) art prints?

To purchase Television art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing the transaction. We offer a variety of sizes for their prints, so be sure to select the size that best fits your needs. Additionally, we offer framing options for an additional fee if you prefer a finished look for your artwork. If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing from Media Storehouse, they have a customer service team available via phone or email who are happy to assist with any inquiries. Buying Television art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple process that allows you to easily bring beautiful artwork into your home or office space.
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How much do Television (Popular Themes) art prints cost?

The cost of Television art prints varies depending on various factors such as the size, framing options, and quality of the print. The prices may also differ from one seller to another. However, we offer a wide range of Television art prints at affordable prices without compromising on quality. You can choose from different sizes and framing options that suit their preferences and budget. The price of Television art prints is influenced by the popularity of the theme or show depicted in the artwork. For instance, popular TV shows like Friends or Game of Thrones may be priced higher than less well-known shows. Nevertheless, you can find reasonably priced Television art prints that fit their budget while still enjoying high-quality artwork. We provide an excellent selection of Television art prints at competitive prices for those who want to decorate their homes with beautiful pieces inspired by their favorite TV shows.
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How will my Television (Popular Themes) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Television art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner. The company takes great care in packaging your order so that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your art prints will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube, which is then sealed with tape to prevent any moisture or dust from getting inside. Once the package has been prepared, it will be sent out for delivery using a reliable courier service. You can expect to receive your order within the estimated timeframe provided by Media Storehouse when you place your order. When you receive your package, simply remove the tape and unroll the artwork carefully. If there are any issues with the quality of the print or if it has been damaged during shipping, contact Media Storehouse immediately so they can resolve the issue as quickly as possible.