We’ve all got them; countless videos slotted away in a box in the attic, currently collecting dust and potentially losing valuable quality in the process.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, give your loved one the gift that keeps on giving – your precious family video tapes converted to DVD.
It’s all too easy to look back on the days of VHS with rose-tinted glasses. But were they really that good? The fact of the matter is that they had both pros and cons – with one negative being that the tapes tended to spark family arguments more often than not. With this in mind, here are four ways that VHS were often the cause of rows in households all around the country.
Making TV is expensive and time consuming, and when you’re a TV company making shows that have been on air for decades, there just isn’t space to store all those bulky film reels and VHS tapes sometimes. Over the years, hours of classic television have been lost forever as tapes are wiped, burned or simply forgotten. But sometimes, they re-surface again!