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More unusually, Doctor Korczak and the Children was not recorded to videotape but to 35mm film, with the electronic studio output routed directly to the telerecording facility, which was more commonly used to create a film duplicate of a programme made on videotape, or to record from live transmission. This method was sometimes used in drama on productions that were more complicated than the norm, perhaps involving a lot of action, as the resulting film print could be edited with more ease than a videotape. However, in this case, the play is staged as simply and with as little action as any drama could be, making the use of primary film recording surprising. The reason may be more prosaic. Sometimes telerecording was used simply because the BBC’s video recorders were already fully engaged on other programmes recording at the same time. Although speculation only, it’s possible that telerecording was the standard method of recording Studio 4 plays as the strand’s attempts at visual innovations may have made the greater versatility of film desirable for many of its productions, if not actually necessary in the case of Doctor Korczak and the Children.

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