A research student from Norwich is doing a PHD on the history of television in Norfolk.
Sam Cross, who is at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, is looking at the social and cultural impact it had on the county when it arrived in the fifties.
Anglia Television burst onto screens in October 1959. Jack Bedingfield worked at Anglia on the launch and it's people like Jack that Sam is keen to trace.
Anglia's first every programme, The Midday Show, was hosted by two unknowns - an undiscovered singer called Roger Gage and a glamorous blonde who went on to become an international star.
If you want to find out more about Sam's project and even get in touch with him visit www.didangliansdream.co.uk