A select committee recommends a trial period of televising Parliament.
The Lords conducts a three-day experiment with television but does not pursue it.
MPs debate, and vote against, televising proceedings.
Peers vote in favour of another television experiment.
Proceedings in the Lords televised experimentally for the first time.
MPs back a six-month experiment with cameras in the Commons Chamber.
Commons proceedings televised for the first time.
MPs agree to make the experiment permanent.