Basil Brush and Tiswas among 'at risk' TV shows, says BFI
Thousands of British TV programmes are to be digitised before they are lost forever, the British Film Institute says.
Anarchic children's show Tiswas and The Basil Brush Show are among the programmes in line for preservation.
The initiative was announced as part of the BFI's five-year strategy for 2017-2022.
"Material from the 70s and early 80s is at risk," said Heather Stewart, the BFI's creative director.
"It has a five or six-year shelf life and if we don't do something about it will just go, no matter how great the environment is we keep it in.
"Our job is make sure... read more
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