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Controversy over Alexandra Palace plans

Almost 80 years ago the world's first regular television service was launched by the BBC from Alexandra Palace in north London - known as Ally Pally.

The original studios have been empty since 1981 but now a £27m plan to turn them into a visitor attraction is sparking controversy.

Nick Higham reports.

  • 15 Feb 2015
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