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General articles relating to John Logie Baird


Malcolm Baird, 'From Baird to Worse': A Televisual History (FOLIO, Winter 2005) 11, pp. 6–9.

Adrian R. Hills, 'Eye of the World: John Logie Baird and Television' (Part I) KINEMA, Spring 1996

Malcolm H.I. Baird, 'Eye of the World' (Part II), KINEMA, Fall 1996

Iain Logie Baird interviewed by Gerald Pratley, 'Eye of the World' (Part III), KINEMA, Fall 1997


Clan Baird


The Clan Baird Society Worldwide


Helensburgh


The Helensburgh Heritage Trust


Baird's earliest television work in Hastings


John Logie Baird Collection, Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, East Sussex

John Logie Baird in Hastings (1066.net)


Noctovision (Baird's night vision system)


Noctovision—Infrared Television in 1926


Phonovision (video recording)


The World's Earliest Video Recordings (Don McLean's site)


Baird Studios at The Crystal Palace


The Crystal Palace Foundation

More Crystal Palace Studios


Alexandra Palace


Alexandra Palace Television Society

A Sort Of Magic: The Black Presence On Pre-War British Television


Important television technologies in use to-day, and to-morrow


'Laser vision' from Microvision technologies

DLP™ technology from Texas Instruments


Other Television Inventors


Paul Nipkow (Germany)

Boris Rosing (Russia)

A.A. Campbell-Swinton (U.K.)

Charles Francis Jenkins (U.S.A.)

A.T.&T. (Herbert Ives) (U.S.A.)

Philo T. Farnsworth (U.S.A.)

RCA (Vladimir Zworykin) (Russia, U.S.A.)

RCA (David Sarnoff) (Russia, U.S.A.)

Marconi-EMI (Isaac Shoenberg) (Russia, U.K.)

Allen B. DuMont (U.S.A.)

Kenjiro Takayanagi (Japan)

Fernseh A.G. (Germany)

Telefunken (Germany)

Dénes Mihály: Das Electrische Fernsehen und das Telehor. (Hungary, Germany)

Kálmán Tihanyi (Hungary)

Kálmán Tihanyi's television guidance systems (military)


Museums and University Archives


American Museum of the Moving Image, New York, U.S.A.

Paley Center for Media (formerly the Museum of Television & Radio), New York, U.S.A.

Museum of Broadcast Communications, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

Early Television Museum, Hilliard, Ohio, U.S.A.

Antique Wireless Association (A.W.A.) Museum, Hilton, New York, U.S.A.

NHK Museum of Broadcasting, Japan

University of Glasgow, Scotland

The Museum of Communication, Burntisland, Scotland

Science Museum, London, U.K.

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Sussex, U.K.

MZTV Museum, Toronto, Canada

Mirrors in the Sky (an exhibition curated by Iain Logie Baird)


Historic Television Societies


The Narrow-bandwidth Television Association, UK

405 Alive/The British Vintage Wireless Society, UK

Broadcast Engineering Conservation Group, UK

Antique Wireless Association, U.S.A.


Enthusiasts and Experimenters


The British Amateur Television Club

Television Experimenters.com (the late Peter Yanczer's site)

London Vintage Radio Club (Ontario, Canada)

The New Jersey Antique Radio Club (early television and radio online library)

La Radiovision (Roger Dupouy's site)


Things named after John Logie Baird


The Logie Awards Australia

The John Logie Baird Awards [for Scottish Innovation], Scotland (no longer active)

John Logie Baird Institute for Vision Technology Glasgow, Scotland

British Caledonian Airbus A310-203 G-BKWT (no longer active)

'Tug' class 60 60066 light engine (no longer active)

The John Logie Baird pub, Hastings, Sussex

The John Baird pub, Muswell Hill, London (rebranded as 'Village Green' 2020)

The Logie Baird pub, Helensburgh, Scotland (closed 2019)


Artworks inspired by John Logie Baird


'Stooky Bill TV' by David Hall, 1990

'Bairdcast Media: a history of machine translation' by Yuko Mohri, 2008


Media History


Capturing the Song of the Nightingale, 2015, by Iain Logie Baird

On Video Game Pop Songs, 2020, by Iain Logie Baird





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