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Acting for television has hitherto been a much neglected field; by focusing solely on screen performance, usually via textual analysis, the small amount of work thus far conducted has largely ignored the various conditioning factors that combine to shape it. This thesis is designed to address that lack, drawing on a combination of archive research, original interviews and textual analysis to provide a multi perspectival, historical overview of acting in British television drama, spanning the live era to the present day.The programmes selected as case studies herein derive from historically distinct production contexts: namely, the live drama of The Quatermass Experiment (BBC, 1953); the ‘as live’, pre recorded videotape of Doctor Who (BBC, 1963 89); and the move to Outside Broadcast location work, utilising a ‘rehearse/record’ process, on the first series of Survivors (BBC, 1975 77). The fact that each programme has since been re made in the 2000s allows for both a comparative study and a chronological development of television acting.The significance for acting of the shift from multi camera studio to single camera location work is represented here by the models of studio realism and location realism.