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REDIFFUSION ENGINEERING,
187 Coombe Lane West,
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
REDIFFUSION COOMBE

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COOMBE HOUSE

Coombe Warren Lodge once stood at the entrance to the house.  The adjacent Coombe House (previously Coombe Cottage) of about 1863, with additions of 1870-1874, still survives. This was built for Currie’s neighbour Edward C. Baring (later Lord Revelstoke) of Baring’s Bank, with a tower and gables of different sizes.  Coombe Cottage was far from ‘cottagey’ boasting 60 bedrooms.  Queen Victoria visited and on occasions stayed as the guest of Edward Baring and of the widowed Empress Eugenie whilst a resident during part of 1881 – 1882.  Dame Nellie Melba, a famous operatic soprano but perhaps more famous for having the dish ‘Peach Melba’ named after her, lived at Coombe Cottage in 1906.

When there was a threat of a railway being built nearby it was sold to the rail company but the line was never built.  The house later became Rediffusion Engineering and is now split into apartments.

STAFF PICTURE DURING THE 1970's
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TERRY TOWNSEND 90th BIRTHDAY PARTY 2017

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REUNION 2014

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REUNION 2003

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REUNION 2002

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REUNION 2001

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REDIFFUSION LINKS         

REDIFFUSION IDENTS, Fanfair composed by John DankworthIn 1964 after being re-awarded its franchise, Associated-Rediffusion became Rediffusion Television Limited, trading as "Rediffusion, London". The black version of its ident was used for all its programmes for the first year before being relegated to regional use only. The fanfare was composed by John Dankworth.

AUDIO CLIPS Rediffusion began using an ident that ended with the rotating star on a completely black background. This was later superseded by another that ended on a grey background. These two clocks match those idents.

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