Re-discover Silver Screen Giants, Michael Caine & Peter Sellers With NetworkOnAir’s Exclusive Flash Back Documentaries!
Re-discover silver screen giants,
Michael Caine & Peter Sellers, with NetworkOnAir's exclusive flash back documentaries!
Following the launch of Network Distributing's time travelling new streaming service watch.networkonair.com, Network are excited to announce a series of documentaries available exclusively via their 'Nights In' packages exploring the greats of the silver screen.
The first of the exclusive films is available now via watch.networkonair.com's second Night In, 'Your Faces Are All Blurred'. This edition features everyone's favourite cockney star Michael Caine in conversation with Roderick Mann. Originally aired in 1967, Caine dives into his stellar career leading up to '67.
On top of this, Friday will also see the release of watch.networkonair.com's 4th & latest Night In ‘GETTING RID OF PEOPLE' which will feature another exclusive profile this time with screen legend, Peter Sellers. This profile is a timely reminder of the incredible career Sellers had as 2020 sadly marks 40 years since his death. Additionally, two more exclusive films exploring other silver screen greats will soon be announced within future 'Nights In' packages so stay tuned!
Nights In consist of 4-6 hours of exclusively curated programming, including specially recorded new linking material from David Hamilton (original ABC continuity announcer and host), clips and contemporary ads. Nights In are entirely remastered in the best possible quality. Platform viewers will enjoy a truly vintage viewing experience, it is time travel TV!
These Nights In will be made available alongside accompanying series to launch the service. Titles include Dial 999, Big Night Out, Armchair Theatre and The Bruce Forsyth Show.
Original ABC Announcer David Hamilton says "In October 1960, I made my television debut as an announcer for ABC TV at the Didsbury studios in Manchester. In those days there were only two TV channels - BBC and ITV. ABC, the weekend contractor in the North and Midlands, had a blockbuster schedule and people went to work on Monday mornings talking about the programmes they had all seen the night before, something that couldn`t happen today - truly a golden era of television".