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F. W. Endicott

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F. W. Endicott (c1900-1961)

1961 Obituary[1]

"WE record with regret the death of Mr. F. W. Endicott, Scottish engineer, British Broadcasting Corporation. He died in Glasgow on March 21 at the age of sixty. Mr. Endicott, who was born at East Budleigh, Devon, had served for thirty-one years with the engineering division of the B.B.C. which he joined in 1929 as an assistant in the technical correspondence section in London.

He moved to Scotland in 1937 when he became assistant engineer-in-charge at Glasgow. He was appointed engineer-in-charge, Glasgow, in 1942 and regional studio engineer in 1950. In this latter capacity Mr. Endicott was redesignated Scottish engineer in 1955 and was responsible for the engineering services of the B.B.C.'s sound and television studios and outside broadcast units in Scotland."

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  1. The Engineer 1961 Jan-Jun