Who is the girl on the TV test card?
As such, she became the most aired face in British television history….
|Born||25 November 1958 Redhill, Surrey, England|
|Known for||Appearing on Test Card F from 1967–1998|
Who is the test card girl in Life on Mars?
The Test Card Girl is a recurring fictional character of BBC One’s science fiction/police procedural drama Life on Mars. The character is portrayed by Rafaella Hutchinson in Series 1 and Harriet Rogers in Series 2….
|Test Card Girl|
|Series:||Life on Mars (UK)|
|Actor:||Rafaella Hutchinson (Series 1) Harriet Rogers (Series 2)|
When did the test card girl stop?
The BBC test card, known as Test Card F, which shows Miss Hersee wearing a red shirt and red hairband, and Bubbles, the clown, surrounded by colour scales and test graphics, was transmitted from 1967 to 1998.
What was the purpose of the TV test card?
In the world of television broadcasting, a test card is a geometric visual that’s used to adjust monitor settings and video equipment. For most of television’s history, test cards were a staple of TV programming around the world.
What is test card music?
Test card music has a following all of its own, rather like film and TV themes. A specialist society, the Test Card Circle, has been formed to channel the interest in this subject and allied matters such as the films shown for trade test transmission purposes in the early days of colour TV in this country.
Where is Carole Hersee now?
These days, Carole works as a theatrical costume designer and has worked on West End productions as well as films including Flash Gordon and Dangerous Liaisons.