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If it was a slow news day back in the second half of the 1960, you grabbed the phone, dialed the council chambers and said, "Hey Jack, it's a slow day up here...have
DDQ acquired its first video recorder in 1967. Despite being transistorised and costing $18,000, It wasn't a `pukka' recorder, according to broadcast standards
The first DDQ video tape OB Van was in 1967 and was a Mazda “Bongo Van”. Very cramped complete with helical scan (?Sony) video tape and a Vidicon camera
In the mid-60s the Queensland Women’s Historical Association was very active in researching and locating pioneer graves on properties to the west of
Highlights! Many...some of them fit for here!
Stanthorpe Apple and Grape Festival, bloody freezing and Denny Fachin and I slept in a phone booth in the main street
Geoff Gold was one of our staff people in the early days of DDQ (early 1960s) and Geoff owned a ski boat. Apart from staff tennis nights, a group of us were p
When I drew the weekend sports filming straw it usually entailed the local horse races. These were usually shot from an empty steward's box at the finish
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