Regular visitors to my Cheeseford blog will know that every year I do an advent calendar of clips, pictures and TV ephemera. This year, I thought that it would be more at home over here, even if some of the entries aren’t directly light entertainment-related. For day one, though, we go straight to the heart of what this blog is all about with a collage selling the delights of making programmes on the South Bank of the Thames at the London Studios, home to many memorable entertainment productions in the 40 years since they first opened. As I understand it, these were displayed internally in the corridors at Kent House (Yes, I still call it that.) Given that the BFI IMAX is pictured, that dates this item to some time after the summer of 1999, that being when the cinema opened.