History of Photography

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Delia is credited with a tape catalogue entry "Omnibus: History of Photography"

The entry is dated November 1968 and the episode of Omnibus broadcast on the 2nd February 1969 was “From Today Painting Is Dead: Exploring the discovery and early history of photography[1]


  • Most likely Omnibus season 3, episode 5: From Today Painting Is Dead, broadcast on 2nd February 1969 at 8.30pm.[2]
  • In the BBC Sound Archive on tape TRW 6967: "Omnibus: History of Photography (2 reels)".[3]


  1. The expected contents list of material the BBC was supposed, in April 2007, to be about to make available to everyone on iPlayer, citing comedy.co.uk article BBC to open up its archive. Of course, the article may have been a joke but the Omnibus title seems to be accurate.
  2. From Today, Painting Is Dead on tv.com
  3. The Tape Library List's entry for TRW 6967.
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