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The Queen Mother was one of the first to watch colour TV.
Dave Rutherford: "I can remember the guy bringing our new colour TV set, I was so excited
Lisa Wallace, 36, of The Crescent, Hartlepool, fined pounds 350 with pounds 65 costs for using a colour TV without a licence.
Country: BermudaSector: ElectronicsTarget: Philips' branded colour TV businessBuyer: TPV Technology LtdVendor: Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV
Colour TV may play an important role in that, people in Japan younger than 20 in 1993 and 36 at 2009 have watched colour TV since birth," the study said.
Scottish inventor John Logie Baird, who is credited as the first man to televise pictures of objects in motion, demonstrated colour TV in 1928.
I was also the first actor to be killed by a colour TV set on colour TV in Z Cars when a robbery went wrong and the TV set was dropped on me from a great height by Nicholas Jones.
The Queen Mother was one of the first Brits to watch colour TV.
It was in fact the subject of the first ever public British colour TV broadcast (for those interested, Taylor beat South African Drysdale in five sets, but was knocked out in the semi finals).
AMONG the cases dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court on January 12 were: Jason Darren Cooper, 39, of Lime Crescent, Hartlepool, fined pounds 125 with pounds 75 costs for using a colour TV without a licence.
Over one lakh colour TV sets already procured in the sixth phase would be distributed to orphanages and anganwadis among others, she said.
10 -- The Tamil Nadu government has decided to procure additional ten lakh colour TV sets to be distributed to poor people under the sixth phase of the populist free colour TV scheme.
A record 25 million licences are currently in force across the UK, which shows most people have worked out that the price of a colour TV licence is a better investment than a court visit and the potential pounds 1,000 fine evaders risk if they are not properly licensed.
Katie Angioy, 27, of Crescent Road, Middlesbrough, fined pounds 175 with pounds 75 costs for using a colour TV without a licence.