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#OnThisDay 1992: Activ-8 travelled to the West Midlands to find out how to play the sport of Kabaddi.
 
Replying to @BBCArchive
Based on Jeanette Winterson's semi-autobiographical novel, here the author looks back on the iconic drama series: bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00…
 
In reply to @BBCArchive
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is part of the @BFI’s 100 BBC Television Gamechangers – a curated list of landmark telly that “changed the face of the nation.” bfi.org.uk/lists/100-bbc-… 2/2
 
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a 1990 coming-of-age drama about Jess, an adopted girl raised in a strict Pentecostal family who rejects her upbringing after discovering she is a lesbian. Watch all three parts tonight on BBC 4 at 10pm and then after on @BBCiPlayer. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/hGsOceVCEm
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Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is part of the @BFI’s 100 BBC Television Gamechangers – a curated list of landmark telly that “changed the face of the nation.” bfi.org.uk/lists/100-bbc-… 2/2
100 BBC TV gamechangers
bfi.org.uk
 
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a 1990 coming-of-age drama about Jess, an adopted girl raised in a strict Pentecostal family who rejects her upbringing after discovering she is a lesbian. Watch all three parts tonight on BBC 4 at 10pm and then after on @BBCiPlayer. 1/2
 
#OnThisDay in 1906 Audrey Russell, the BBC’s first female war correspondent, was born. To learn more about Audrey, and her reports during WWII, check out the #BBC100 history page: bbc.com/.../100.../pio…
 
“Do you practice nude?”
#OnThisDay 1984 Fern Britton sat down with Janet and Stuart Farrar to find out what it was like to be a white witch.
 
“I don’t like Mike because he’s boring and he don’t do much.”
#OnThisDay in 1983 school children stayed up well past their bedtimes to review The Young Ones.
 
Happy 60th birthday to stage and screen star, Michael Ball! In 1994 he discussed taking a break from musicals and his luscious locks on Pebble Mill.
 
It's National Bingo Day today and in 1961, bingo arrived in Weston-super-Mare and BBC Bristol was there to find out what residents thought about the new game.
 
#OnThisDay 1987: A curious car crime wave was causing consternation - the culprits? The Beastie Boys, of course.
 
#OnThisDay 1976: Richard 'Stinker' Murdoch and Arthur Askey showed Melvyn Bragg some of the humour that made pioneering BBC radio comedy Band Waggon the hit of 1938.
 
"Vegetarians, just like anyone else, enjoy going out for an evening meal or a special occasion."

#OnThisDay 1984: Vegetarian Kitchen dropped in on Cranks, the ironically-named restaurant chain.
 
#OnThisDay 1975: Pocket money and decent part-time jobs were in short supply for these 1970s kids on Z-Shed.
 
#OnThisDay 1981: Musician Eddy Grant spoke about his struggles for acceptance.

"I'm always up against it..."
 
 
#OnThisDay 1971: The art of 'woggle-hopping' was ably demonstrated by sprightly septuagenarian, 'Jumping' George Corner.
 
Glastonbury Festival kicks off today and in 1970, BBC Bristol caught up with a young Michael Eavis as he prepared to host his first music festival, the Pilton Pop, Blues & Folk Festival, at Worthy Farm. Watch the video on our YouTube page:
youtu.be/is1U2m-L8P8 pic.twitter.com/qMRLTyJzQT
 
"People want to look normal, but if you look normal you look boring."

#OnThisDay 1984: British fashion was all the rage again with designers such as Paul Smith and Katharine Hamnett making it big.
 
#OnThisDay 1988: Jokes were a serious business for these Bristol school kids trying to fit in and make friends. pic.twitter.com/03JUOkldjK
Replying to @BBCArchive
Correction: This episode was repeated #OnThisDay in 1988 but as many of you have noticed, the fashions are more like from 1981 which was when it was actually first shown. The haircuts remain timeless.
 
#OnThisDay 1988: Jokes were a serious business for these Bristol school kids trying to fit in and make friends.
 
Rainbow City, a pioneering 1967 drama about the experience of the West Indian community in Birmingham, starred Errol John as the first black lead actor in a British TV series. Watch it tonight on BBC Four at 10pm and then after on @BBCiPlayer. pic.twitter.com/MGHNBk4DKI
 
Rainbow City, a pioneering 1967 drama about the experience of the West Indian community in Birmingham, starred Errol John as the first black lead actor in a British TV series. Watch it tonight on BBC Four at 10pm and then after on @BBCiPlayer.
 
Glastonbury Festival kicks off today and in 1970, BBC Bristol caught up with a young Michael Eavis as he prepared to host his first music festival, the Pilton Pop, Blues & Folk Festival, at Worthy Farm. Watch the video on our YouTube page:
youtu.be/is1U2m-L8P8
 
#OnThisDay in 1984 gardening guru Alan Titchmarsh presented this handy lawnmower guide on a very well-manicured lawn.
 
In reply to @BBCArchive
Does anyone know where I can watch the full episode please
Replying to @jelboy1970
Hi. This episode of Tonight is not currently available in full. However, you might be interested in this Panorama from the same year: bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episod…
 
Exterminate!
Made entirely out of cardboard and other household items, #OnThisDay in 1979 Richard Berelson brought his homemade Dalek into the Blue Peter studio.
 
#OnThisDay 1937: Wimbledon was first broadcast on BBC Television. This rather impressive Mobile Television Unit was used to bring the tournament live into viewer's homes. To learn more about Wimbledon, check out the #BBC100 history page: bbc.com/historyofthebb…
 
#OnThisDay in 1960 Nan Winton became the first woman to appear in vision while reading the BBC news. To learn more about Winton’s pioneering debut, check out the #BBC100 history page
bbc.com/historyofthebb…
 
“Can you do YABBA-DABBA-DOO!?”
#OnThisDay in 1952 actor John Goodman was born. In 1991 he chatted to Terry Wogan about his career, playing cricket with Peter O'Toole and preparing to play Fred Flintstone.
 
#OnThisDay 1955: Orson Welles spoke in praise of the modern wonder of the teleprompter.
 
1974|: The irates of Penzance weren't too happy with the number of tourists coming to Cornwall.
 
#OnThisDay 1984: Sheepdog trainer John Thomas gave an impressive demonstration of his language of whistle commands.
 
"I'd be lucky if I get to be old."

#OnThisDay 1942: Paul McCartney was born.

In 1982, he spoke to Sue Lawley about approaching his forties, family and the price of fame.
 
"He gives her instructions by waving his hands or his hat."

#OnThisDay 1981: Meg the sheepdog didn't let being deaf stop her rounding up sheep.
 
#OnThisDay 1982: Jodie Whittaker (also known as the Thirteenth Doctor) was born.
 
#OnThisDay 1966: Tomorrow's World predicted a leisurely 1976 for all, thanks to Mabel the robot housemaid.

"Mabel, the multi-fingered robot whose hands combine the strength of a gorilla with the sensitivity of a watch-maker."
 
#OnThisDay 1963: Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman to fly to space.

Fourteen years later, she talked to the BBC about her experience as a cosmonaut.
 
Critically acclaimed and controversial drama Tumbledown tells the story of Royal Scots Guard Lieutenant Robert Lawrence, who struggles with his rehabilitation after being injured during the Falkland Islands War. Watch it tonight on BBC Four at 10pm and then after on @BBCiPlayer. pic.twitter.com/IIY3wZlR3y
 
Critically acclaimed and controversial drama Tumbledown tells the story of Royal Scots Guard Lieutenant Robert Lawrence, who struggles with his rehabilitation after being injured during the Falkland Islands War. Watch it tonight on BBC Four at 10pm and then after on @BBCiPlayer.
 
#OnThisDay 1983: The first series of the medieval historical sitcom Blackadder aired. The show starred Rowan Atkinson as Edmund, Duke of Edinburgh - who styled himself as The Black Adder. You can watch all four seasons now on @BBCiPlayer bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episod…
 
“I sort of tone myself down for Sainsbury’s.”
#OnThisDay in 1961, singer Boy George was born. In 1991, he chatted with Terry Wogan about his unique style and the pitfalls of finding fame at a young age
 
Boom! Boom!
#OnThisDay in 1968, Basil Brush got his very own show. To learn more about the making of The Basil Brush Show, check out the #BBC100 history page bbc.com/historyofthebb…
 
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Scottish island airports then and now

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#OnThisDay in 1975 Nationwide took to the roads to find out how long it would take for help to reach their "stranded" female researchers...
 
Thunderbirds are go! #OnThisDay in 1968, Blue Peter brought a fully-functioning, life-size replica of Lady Penelope's iconic Rolls-Royce, FAB 1, into the studio.
 
#OnThisDay 1982: Polio vaccine developer Dr Jonas Salk told Bernard Levin about the discovery that saved millions from death and disability.
 
#OnThisDay 1929: Anne Frank was born.

In 1979, her father Otto explained to Blue Peter's Lesley Judd how his daughter's famous diary survived to become a best-seller.
 
#OnThisDay 1969: Raymond Baxter performed a "rather startling miracle" with the help of a hydraulic rock splitter.
 
#OnThisDay 1975: Friends weren't quite always there for you, if these 1970s kids on Z-Shed were anything to go by.
 
 
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