December 2004
Televisual;Dec2004, p9
Reports development on television broadcasting in Great Britain. Production of a second eight-minute reconstruction fly-through of Hampton Court Palace complete with interactive touchscreen by Interpretations; Plans of the National Geographic Film and Television to make a documentary show on the recently-discovered tiny prehistoric people found on the Indonesian island of Flores; Sponsorships created for Betfairpoker.com through Big Al's Creative Emporium to go out on the Racing UK channel.


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