Obviously when putting together a website of this size and depth it is necessary to research numerous resources and call on an untold amount of references. This means utilising what is available as well as relying on the memories of those people who have been gracious enough to write articles, grant Teletronic interviews or send emails with pieces of information that might not be available elsewhere.
There may be unavoidable instances where something you have read here may be available elsewhere either in print or on the Internet. That is because Teletronic is a factual work and not a work of fiction. It is inevitable that comparisons may be drawn by articles appearing here to what you have read elsewhere. However, every attempt is made to avoid the wholesale reproduction of other authors work. All the articles on this website, unless otherwise stated are the original words of the attributed authors.
Many printed and Internet references have been knowingly used to confirm certain facts, dates and other programme and/or biographical information. In each case every endeavour has been made to acknowledge reference material in the footer of each page where such reference has been externally resourced.
Of particular reference have been the Television Annuals edited by Kenneth Baily from 1950 to 1961, and weekly publications such as old TV and Radio Times, and the long-since defunct TV Mirror.
A very special thanks goes to my good friend, the late Michael Spadoni, for his contributions to Teletronic, especially in its early days. A true gentleman who is sorely missed.
Thanks also goes to the following people: Doctor Daniel O'Day, Ian Freeman, Raymond P. Cusick, Matt Zimmerman, Pippa Gwillam, Bob Furnell.
Every attempt has been made to make the above list as comprehensive as possible and Teletronic apologises for any omissions. If your name is not here and it should be please email Teletronic.