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William and Kate - The Royal Wedding 2011
Two billion people watched the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29 2011. The BBC coverage went from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace via Bucklebury, and much fun was had by all along the way.
Doctor Who Lands in America
If you thought Doctor Who had been set in every conceivable place, space and time known - and unknown - to man, then you're set for a treat in 'The Impossible Astronaut'/'Day Of The Moon'. Here the Doctor meets President Nixon in the Oval Office - and also meets his nemesis
Britain's Got Talent 2011
Britain's Got Talent 2011 kicks off without Simon Cowell. Are the contestants - and the new judges - worth watching?
Yuri Gagarin First Man in Space
50 Years Ago Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin circumnavigated the globe. In the Summer of 1961 he was interviewed in London for BBC TV. This UK tour, at the height of the Cold War, was made possible by the Amalgamated Foundry Workers Union - who invited the great man to visit Manchester, England.
The Crimson Petal and the White - new BBC drama
As the drama budget for British channel BBC2 triples, despite a 20% cut in BBC funds overall, Victorian drama 'The Crimson Petal and the White' is serialised on British TV
Upstairs Downstairs 40th Anniversary Mini Series
Forty years ago Upstairs, Downstairs was broadcast for the first time, on British TV. It became the most popular TV costume drama serial ever, and it has been brought into the mid 1930s in a new mini series on US channel PBS from April 2011.
I Know Him So Well - SuBo meets Peter Kay
When Peter Kay parodied British TV talent shows in Britain's Got The Pop Factor, he previewed the staggering rise of Susan Boyle. Together they have made a video for Comic Relief - and it is set to be a world wide hit
Midsomer Murders and TV Ethnic Stereotypes
There are simply NO Anglo-African or Asian men, or women, in Midsomer. Are most small English towns as devoid of ethnic residents as Midsomer would suggest? And is this the 'last bastion of Englishness' as favoured by the show's creator
Monroe Medical Drama Reworks House
New medical drama Monroe on English channel ITV, treads the same hospital corridors as inspirational MD Gregory House. Is the central character blatantly modelled on House?
Day V Lately Yell TV Commercial
Iconic 80's fictional TV author J R Hartley updated to 'trance' DJ Day V Lately in Yellow Pages tribute commercial on British TV
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