With the 50th anniversary of television in WA fast approaching. Not only are former staff of TVW Channel 7 busy organizing a reunion for Sunday 18th of October, 2009, but another committee of industry pioneers and memorabilia collectors is planning a museum exhibit to commemorate the occasion. This exhibit will cover the last 50 years […]
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Between 1970 and 1973 Hilary Everard was the Secretray to David Farr Station Manager, 6IX, Acting Secretary to Brian Treasure and Assistant Secretary to Jim Cruthers. Hilary Everard in TVW uniform Hilary said that she has many fond memories of the station and working for TVW and 6IX executives shaped her for future employment. Here […]
Nigel Felangue was a still photographer with TVW from 1959 to 1961. It is most fortunate that Nigel collected much paraphernalia in those early days, otherwise the slides, photos and artwork presented on this page, and the image gallery that follows, would not exist. Much old material found its way into the rubbish bins, some […]
Since starting the WA TV History web site, we have found one of richest sources of photos and information to be that held by former TVW staff members. Much unique material and memories that only they possess. It’s not just management, producers, directors and personalities who are in the know, as often the rank and […]
Radio station 6PR presents classic interviews with TVW Pioneers Highlights from The Sunday Cafe with Brendan Weselman Now for your listening pleasure at tvwreunion.com Or listen to them HERE! Over the past few weeks 6PR’s Brendon Weselman has interviewed the following stars of local television… – Bill Gill & Janet Prance – Colm O’Doherty – Sandy […]
A photo of Sharyn is on the web page http://watvhistory.com/2009/06/progress-report-on-tv-research-and-visits-to-tv-veterans/ Vicki Halliday Shirley Halliday dancer Children’s Channel 7 was my life for many years, from dancing with Fat Cat and Humphrey, to being a dancer at many events such as Miss West Coast.
…A lot of staff have experienced the Station when its Studios were at their production peak, and like myself are using the reunion for what it is – a rare occasion to catch up with many old friends & workmates of years gone by, and to celebrate the first 50 years of TVW7’s broadcasting history – not just attend an open day with studio tours and a few drinks after.
A lot is happening behind the scenes in the lead up to TVW’s 50th Anniversary Show, which is being researched by Sadie Purser, and the TVW Reunion scheduled for Sunday October 16th, in the grounds of Channel Seven, which is being organised by a committee comprising Bret and Jocelyn Treasure, Keith Bales, Keith Mackenzie and Johnny Young, with TVW representatives Jill Glass and Sadie Purser.
… Keith Mackenzie – Senior Producer Director The choreographers and dancers also played an important role from opening night, to Children’s Channel Seven, Stars of the Future, Percy and Fat Cat, Invitation to the Dance, Nutcracker Suite, Miss West Coast, Miss Australia Beach Girl, the many TVW arena productions, In Perth Tonight, Club 7 Teen, Teen Beat, and many more…