Demolition of Central and ATV television studios in Birmingham

For those of us who grew up in the 1970’s and 80’s many hours were spent watching television programmes that were made in the ATV and Central television studios on Broad Street in Birmingham.

Central stopped broadcasting from the site in 1997 when they moved to the current Gas Street studio.
From these buildings some of televisions finest, and not so classic programmes were made, Tiswas, Bullseye, Blockbusters, Supermarket Sweep and of course, Crossroads.

Central TV studios Broad Street Birmingham

Central TV studios Broad Street Birmingham-5×4 Kodak Ektar ©Edward Moss

Central TV studios Broad Street Birmingham

Demolition of the old Central TV studios, Broad Street Birmingham ©Edward Moss

1982 film of the changeover from ATV to a new era of Midlands broadcasting, Central television.

The area will now become part of the Arena Central development.

British Medical Association real doctors

Commission for the BMA,  pictures of Birmingham GP Samir Dawlatly at his surgery and home with his family for a new section on their website, real doctors.

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Maternity and research photography

I’ve been supplying pictures to Birmingham Women’s Hospital for a number of years which they use for website, patient leaflets and marketing.
The hospital has a leading role in fertility and medical education, research and development in the UK.

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Editorial photography for the Environmental health news magazine

The latest issue of Environmental Health News have my pictures on the front cover and inside to illustrate the lead story about how Fenland District Council is tackling modern day slavery around Wisbech.

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3D Printing at the University of Birmingham

Some of the creations produced by the University of Birmingham in their 3D Printing lab.
It won’t be long before we can buy plastic and metal products from print shops or print our own at home.

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