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Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Although many important ABC programs from these early days were captured as telecine recordings, most of this material was later lost or destroyed. In a newspaper article on the subject, author Bob Ellis recounted the story of a large collection of historic telecine recordings of early ABC drama productions, and other programs, including some of the first Australian TV Shakespeare productions, and the pioneering popular music show Six O'Clock Rock.
Learning that the ABC planned to dispose of these recordings, Bruce Beresford then a production assistant at the ABC , arranged for a friend to pose as a silver nitrate dealer, and the anonymous collector purchased the films for a nominal cost. Subsequently, the collector occasionally rented some of the films out to schools for a small fee, but unfortunately, the daughter of one of the actors involved Owen Weingott recognised her father from a Shakespeare production, and told him about it.
Assuming that the ABC still owned the print and was making money out of these recordings without compensating the actors, Weingott lodged an official complaint. Commonwealth police descended on the illegal collector, but he was warned that they were coming, and in a panic he destroyed almost all the material he possessed. In this early period, recording and editing TV shows on videotape was expensive and time-consuming, and because of the comparatively lower cost, and the high level of skill available to Australian TV networks in live broadcasting, and the lack of any market for such recordings, pre-recording or archiving of most day-to-day TV content was considered unnecessary and uneconomical.
Although some news and other programming from this period has survived, most of what is still extant is material that was captured on film such as actuality footage, interviews, press conferences, etc. Another factor, common to all countries, was that before domestic video technology was introduced in the s, there was generally no economic motive for Australian TV to make or keep recordings of most TV shows, except in the case of pre-produced 'mainstream' documentary, comedy or drama programs that could be sold to other stations in Australia, or to broadcasters in other countries e.
Skippy The Bush Kangaroo. Likewise, virtually no private recordings exist of Australian TV material produced before domestic video was introduced, because viewers simply had no practical means to record programs off-air.
Before reliable, high-quality inter-city cable and satellite links were established, some Australian programs of the s were routinely videotaped, usually for distribution to affiliate stations in other states — like the popular In Melbourne Tonight with Graham Kennedy — but the vast majority of these program tapes were later erased, or simply destroyed. Even after videotape was well-established in Australian TV production, the practice of erasing and reusing tapes was common in both commercial TV and the ABC, and this continued well into the s.
Only a very small portion surviving of the many thousands of hours of videotaped programming made during the s and early s survives. The majority of ABC-TV's mainstream 'original' content including comedy, drama, variety, news and current affairs was produced 'in-house'; consequently these programs all suffered considerable losses due to the Corporation's policy of 'recycling' videotape — a practice further exacerbated by budget cuts in the s. In one notorious case, a controversial installment of the s ABC comedy series The Off Show the infamous "Leave It To Jesus" episode was lost because the show's producer vehemently objected to its religious satire, and deliberately erased the master tape the night before it was due to be broadcast.
The majority of the material recorded for the post episodes was rediscovered in ABC archives and storerooms in the early s, when the ABC closed and sold off its Gore Hill, Sydney studio complex.
This due to most of GTK program segments being recorded on film in an older part of the studio complex and then transferred to video for broadcast. Although many broadcast masters were wiped, many more were rescued and hidden by the program's later producer, Bernie Cannon, and nearly all the post filmed segments, including the archive of live-in-studio performances by local bands, have survived.
Other shows suddenly missing from the archives include most of the first three years' of Countdown episodes beyond of Countdown have survived in this manner , nearly all of the hundreds of minute episodes of the ABC's popular soap Bellbird , two thirds of all the taped episodes from the ABC's Certain Women , and a large proportion of the Ten Network's hugely popular Young Talent Time from the — era.
Much of the early years of Nine's then-Saturday Morning children's program Hey Hey it's Saturday was unrecorded, and many episodes recorded in the early s have since been erased. Some programs or segments of programs from the mid s onwards have been retrieved from people's home taping shows off-air portions of Young Talent Time and Countdown have survived in this manner.
No footage is known to exist of the Melbourne version of Tell the Truth. General lack of repeats of s and s Australian series makes it difficult to know what is extant and what is lost. For example, there is no information available as whether any episodes still exist of Take That — , sometimes considered to the first Australian television sitcom. Some of the best-known 'survivors' of this period are comedy or drama series commissioned and broadcast by the ABC's commercial rivals.
Frequently, these were outsourced productions made by private companies, such as Skippy , and most notably the many drama series made by Melbourne-based Crawford Productions a production brand of WIN Television , which at its peak in the s had major primetime series running concurrently on all three Australian commercial networks.
Crawfords retained the rights to its productions, and was able to earn money from reruns, so most of its production output was preserved. Crawford is now unique in Australian TV history because it still owns and markets a comprehensive archive of all its major productions from the s and beyond, including Homicide , Division 4 , Matlock Police , and The Sullivans.
The National Film and Sound Archive holdings of s era shows include several episodes of the discussion series Leave it to the Girls ,  most of the — soap opera Autumn Affair ,  and a number of episodes of the comedy game show The Pressure Pak Show.30 September Goodbye Cleveland 21 September Goodbye To The UK 6 December Gothenburg 1 December Greatest Mancunian, The 5 November Green Energy 5 June and radio sessions. Greenock Town Hall 26 April Guilt By Implication 17 February Half A Person 18 December Hamilton.