And it is set to be featured on one of the final programmes recorded at the BBC Television Centre in west London.
What does TVC stand for?
TVC stands for Television Centre (BBC)
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We have 126 other meanings of TVC in our Acronym Attic
- Television Broadcasting Service
- The Vincent Black Shadow (band)
- Television Black Spots - Alternative Technical Solutions Programme (Australia)
- Television Black Spots Programme (Australia)
- TV by the Numbers (website)
- Toronto Visual Basic User Group (Canada)
- Tag Virtual Circuit (Cisco)
- Tape Volume Cache
- Tax Sheltered Annuity Voluntary Compliance (IRS)
- Televisió de Catalunya (Catalan Public Broadcasting Company, Catalonia, Spain)
- Television Commercial
- Tennessee Valley Corridor (economic development organization)
- Texas Veterans Commission
- The Vanderbilt Clinic (Tennessee)
- The Vermont Connection
- The Veterans Corporation
- The Veterinary Club, LLC (group purchasing organization; Tennessee)
- The Victory Center (cancer center; Toledo, OH)
- The Vienna Circle (band)
- The Village Connection
Samples in periodicals archive:
The BBC Television centre has closed its doors for the final time after almost 45 years of bulletins.
IT'S the end of a TV era - the iconic BBC Television Centre is shutting its doors after 53 years.
BBC bigwig Sir David Attenborough even complained about the smell of drugs in the corridors of Television Centre in west London after pop groups smoked joints before performing.
The rodents were first spotted in the newsroom on the first floor of BBC Television Centre - the former home of children's TV favourite Roland Rat - in Wood Lane, London.
Television Centre, home to shows including Doctor Who, monty Python and Blue Peter, could be sold to developers or become a "creative quarter" in a joint venture.
Hundreds of anti-fascist protesters staged a mass demonstration outside BBC Television Centre amid outrage at British National Party leader Nick Griffin's appearance on Question Time.
Large demonstrations were expected ahead of Griffin's appearance at BBC Television Centre in London.