Building    From 1909 

Maida Vale Studios

Categories: Music / songs, TV & Radio

Opened as the Maida Vale roller skating palace and club. Demolished and rebuilt in 1933/34, It now comprises seven studios and is used for recording a large variety of music and other programmes for BBC radio.

June 2018: The BBC are to close the studios and move its live music base to Stratford, East London.

August 2023: BBC sells historic Maida Vale Studios in London.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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