Gallery: TOC H Dundee Hospital Broadcasting

 

Plans to establish TOC H Hospital Broadcasting began around 1952/53 and the first documented radio broadcast was in 1955. They also established the first Hospital Television service in the World in 1966/67. The final television broadcast took place in 1973 and the radio service continued until 1975 when the station name was changed to Radio Tayside.

 

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Any dates given are approximate.

 

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Three TOC H members outside the Ann Street studios. (1961-1965)

 

Three TOC H members outside the Ann Street studios. (1961-1965). 

 

Members of the TOC H television team. (1966-1969)

 

Members of the TOC H television team. (1966-1969). 

 

 

Alec Cobb at the camera control console with Regional Engineer E. Taylor. (1968)

 

Alec Cobb at the camera control console with Regional Engineer E. Taylor. (1968) 

 

Television singers recorded in the TOC H TV studio (1968)

 

Television singers recorded in the TOC H TV studio. (1968). 

 

 

With compere Mabel McGowan are Miss M. Barron and Miss F. Buist. (1968)

 

With compere Mabel McGowan are Miss M. Barron and Miss F. Buist. (1968). 

 

TOC H technicians and Hospital staff members (from left): Pat Baigrie, Bill Burke, Alec Cobb (Maryfield Hospital), Jim Nicoll (Dundee General Hospitals), Bert Forsyth and Alan McLagan. Seated are Stanley Frew and Sandy Angus. (1968)

 

TOC H technicians and Hospital staff members (from left): Pat Baigrie, Bill Burke, Alec Cobb (Maryfield Hospital), Jim Nicoll (Dundee General Hospitals), Bert Forsyth and Alan McLagan. Seated are Stanley Frew and Sandy Angus. (1968). 

 

 

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The television studio with three cameras ready for use. (1965-1973). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hospital Broadcasting in and around Dundee on bedside radios, 87.7fm and DAB Digital Radio.
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