It all started in black-and-white ...

This part of the website is dedicated to Roger Wilson's career.

He joined the BBC in 1964, worked with BBC TV News at Alexandra Palace, and then at Television Centre.

In 1972 he moved to TV Sport and spent a lot of time working with Match of the Day.

He left the BBC in 1980 to work with independent production companies and was drawn into the developing world of digital multimedia.

During the 1990s he was involved with the development of early services using interactive technology, cable TV and the rise of the Internet.

In 1999 he was diagnosed with cancer and changed direction, becoming a cancer patient representative and advocate.