We would like to say a big thank you to all our supporters

We are supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund who have made this project possible

We thank the Garfield Weston Foundation for their support.

BBC Coat of Arms 1963

We are very please to have the support of the BBC for our restoration of the 1963 BBC OB van MCR21. 
The BBC’s Coat of Arms as used in 1963 

West Ent made our “Launch” possible by providing lighting, staging, back-cloths and display stands.
We are greatful for their support.

Timeline are an industry-leading provider of broadcast technology and services.
We are grateful for their support.

Canford Audio helped us by donating a very large quantity of co-axial cable to the BBC specification PSF1/2 which we will use to wire the video circuits.

OB-Mech-Tech, are fabricating essential framework components for MCR21’s monitor stack and specialist cable trays to fit.

Chiltern Automotive are our vehicle restorers, based north of High Wycombe. 

We worked with the students from Solent University to recreate the Jazz 625 programme. 

The students from Royal Holloway University recorded the work on MCR21 and it’s departure to the vehicle restorers.

Cloudbass Outside Broadcast  facilitated our recording of their camera outputs at the Goodwood Revival

duke richmond

The Duke of Richmond is supporting the Project through the Goodwood Revival.

Aurora media

Aurora Media allowed us to access their coverage of the Goodwood Revival motor races

Luke, the Master Locksmith has been helping us by reverse engineering the key(s) and rebuilding the original vintage locks.

The Broadcast Television technology Trust is hugely thankful to these supporters. If you would like to join them through making a donation, sponsoring an exhibit, donating materials or expertise, or supporting us in any other way, please get in contact.

To our Friends and Volunteers, we could not do this without your help and donations

A very BIG thank you