TVARK is the online TV museum. Preserving a slice of our social history we document those modest little chunks of television that are never repeated. From the earliest onscreen identifications to pioneering title sequences or scary public information films, there’s lots to explore.
Discover the history of television graphics and how tv presentation and branding has evolved over the decades. For 20 years the TVARK team has assembled a comprehensive archive from many Betamax and VHS home recordings which span across over 3,900 pages. So sit back and watch some of
the most creative work from the talent of the tv production industry.
TVARK is currently in "Beta". This means we are continuously refining functionality, adding additional features and improving the experience. As with most Beta websites, there's likely to be some issues for example screen display and general functionality. As we continue to refine the site issues will be resolved.