Over the years topics covered have included every conceivable aspect of camerawork and the body of back issues forms a fascinating archive of the trends and changes in TV technology and techniques.
The barn’s timber frame rests on a plinth of red sandstone blocks, now largely encased in brick.
With the doors open, the wind blew through the building to winnow the grain, which was tossed in the breeze until all the dust and chaff blew away.
Externally the barn is partly weatherboarded, though the steep angle of the tiled roof suggests that it may once have been thatched.
Laterally, the crucks are tied together by collar beams, in turn strengthened by arched braces.
The timbers are fixed with wooden pegs, not nails or screws.