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Television

See Londonist's excellent post How Television Was Invented In London. We love it when our friends do the work for us!

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Television

Commemorated atInformation

John Logie Baird and TV demonstration

In 1926 in this house John Logie Baird, 1888 - 1946, first demonstrated telev...

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John Logie Baird - IEEE

From The Register: "On the afternoon of 26 January 2017 – exactly 91 years to...

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John Logie Baird & Television broadcast

From this site John Logie Baird broadcast the first television programme in G...

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compound steam turbine

compound steam turbine

Invented by Sir Charles Parsons.

Concept, Science

1 memorial
Sir Charles Wheatstone

Sir Charles Wheatstone

Born at Barnwood Manor House, Barnwood, near Gloucester. Knighted 30 Jan. 1868. Died Paris. Inventor of things such as the English concertina and the stereoscope but best known for the Wheatsto...

Person, Science, France

2 memorials
William Hyde Wollaston

William Hyde Wollaston

Chemist and physicist. Born Norfolk. Trained and worked as a doctor. 1797 moved to London and in 1801 stopped working and concentrated on his interests, setting up a private laboratory at 14 Buckin...

Person, Science

1 memorial
John Hopkinson

John Hopkinson

Born Manchester. Electrical engineer. Invented and patented the three-wire distribution system (if you've ever wired in a plug you will know what this means). Died, with three of his children,...

Person, Science, Switzerland

1 memorial
Sir William Siemens

Sir William Siemens

Born Germany. Electrical engineer, inventor and businessman. Came to England in 1843 with an electro-plating invention. Became naturalised British subject in 1859. Also worked with the regenerativ...

Person, Industry, Science

1 memorial