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Cremorne Theatre

Thank you to Ken McKay on updating the history of Cremorne Theatre Cremorne Theatre…. the second venue in Perth to show moving pictures. Often overlooked in the history of Perth theatres. You may also be interested in the “Western Baptist” ISSN 1322-1582 ‘In search of Annie Oliver’, a paper by Mrs Ann Harding, read to the Baptist Historical Society on 21 April 1993. Murray Street facade to Cremorne Threatre and Gardens CREMORNE GARDENS, PERTH, PICTURED…

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John Cranfield interviews Jocelyn Treasure on Curtin Radio

John Cranfield interviews Jocelyn Treasure on Curtin Radio – The VIDEOTo remember the early days, John Cranfield, in a very special interview, talks with Jocelyn Treasure  wife of the late Brian Treasure who was the co founder of Channel 7 Perth.The interview was conducted on Sunday night,  20th October, 2019.This was during John’s Reminiscing program on Curtin Radio.

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ABC’s heritage listed Basil Kirke Studio

The redevelopers had proposed to enhance both the public access and use of the ‘Basil Kirke’ studios by creating a separate lot upon which the studios are sited, and transfer that lot (either by freehold or survey-strata subdivision) to an appropriate community body for nominal consideration. The National Trust has advised the proponent that it would accept the gifting of the premises for on-going use as a public facility, where various educational and arts bodies…

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TV 1959-2017

1959 – 2017 WA Television Timeline In many ways there has been a merging of the technologies as computers, the internet and digital technology reshapes the landscape. Younger generations no longer have a connection to the printed word that their parents experience. Emailing replaced letter writing, then social networking, online chat, forums, blogs, twitter and SMS messaging revolutionised communications. We now find that the Global internet giants are crushing Australian media. Newspapers, Television and to…

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The end of Channel Seven

  Thanks to WA TV History for the following information                                 WA TV History has provided a nostalgic look back on the commercial television stations that set up home on the Hill. But sadly, one by one they will be moving elsewhere, starting with Seven who began the trend of building TV studios on this high part of Perth. A Historic…

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