Thames Television was a licensee of the British ITV television network, covering London and parts of the surrounding counties on weekdays from 30 July 1968 until 31 December 1992.

Formed through a merger between the television interests of British Electric Traction (trading as Associated Rediffusion) and Associated British Picture Corporation (trading as ABC Weekend Television) it was both a broadcaster and a producer of television programmes, making shows both for the local region it covered and for networking nationally across the ITV regions. The British Film Institute describes Thames as having “served the capital and the network with a long-running, broad-based and extensive series of programmes, several of which either continue or are well-remembered today.

Thames Television: Idents

Thames Television: Idents

Idents from Thames Television.
Thames Television: Presentation

Thames Television: Presentation

A selection of presentation used by Thames Television.
Thames Television: Night Time

Thames Television: Night Time

Thames' Into the Night strand began during the summer of 1987 with broadcasts originally running until around 4am.