T-90 tanks roll down the Rajpath during the Republic Day parade. AP Photo/Manish Swarup
J.L. Baird at work. The Telegraph
Malcom Baird, grandson of J.L. Baird, with the first mass produced TV set.
J.L. Baird with ‘Stookie Bill’, the ventriloquist’s dummy he used in his 1925 demonstration. The Telegraph
“The image as transmitted was faint and often blurred, but substantiated a claim that through the ‘televisor,’ as Mr Baird has named his apparatus, it is possible to transmit and reproduce instantly the details of movement, and such things as the play of expression on the face.”