Many memories exist of Lime Grove studios. Jocelyn Lukins ends her excellent book The Fantasy Factory with:
In 1987 an over-enthusiastic BBC producer described the building as "a dark and dismal tenement, a grimey rat-infested warren".
But most people only have warm memories of Lime Grove.
Cliff Michelmore said: "All buildings are made by the people inside them and at its height Lime Grove was full of the most extraordinary people you could ever hope to meet".
Humphrey Burton said: "We were lucky. Everyone who worked there in that period agrees that it was a truly golden age. It will never be the same again as it was at Lime Grove. They were the happiest days of my life".