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  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    The famous musical fantasy film, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, about an amazing flying car, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The occasion is being marked by theatre productions of the show across the UK, and the kids of the 1960s who enjoyed the first showing of the film will...
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  • Meat Loaf: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

    American rock legend Meat Loaf has sold more than 80 million records worldwide in a career spanning 50 years to date - and the 70-year-old icon is showing no signs of slowing down. Released in 1977, his most famous album, Bat Out of Hell, was in the charts continually for...
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  • Robin Cousins

    British figure skater Robin Cousins achieved Olympic glory in 1980, when he won the gold medal in the men's figure skating - one of a multitude of competitions he won during a glittering competitive career. Since his retirement from skating, the 60-year-old icon has carved out a new career on...
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  • Bobby Vee: Rubber Ball

    Pop legend Bobby Vee was a teenage heartthrob whose career took off under tragic circumstances - after a plane crash killed three of his idols. The American singer was just 15 years old when the three big rock ’n’ roll stars of the 1950s - Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly...
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  • Johnny Morris: Animal Magic

    Think of Johnny Morris and instantly the BBC children's television series, Animal Magic, springs to mind, where this Welsh man famously worked as a presenter from 1962 until 1983. Despite Johnny's natural ability to interact with animals in a way that captivated young audiences, his career extended beyond hosting...
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  • Battersea Dogs Home

    Battersea Dogs' Home rescued its first stray dog in 1860, and since this momentous occasion, the charity has rescued and rehomed an amazing three million animals! The name "dogs' home" doesn't paint a full picture of the UK charity's hard work, as it also rescues cats as well. ...
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  • Patrick Swayze: The Time of My Life

    The famous actor, Patrick Swayze, was renowned for his skills on the dance floor in his most famous film, Dirty Dancing - in fact, he could easily have followed a different career path as a professional dancer, after attending ballet school in his youth and performing with the New York's...
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  • Cats!

    Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the hit musical 'Cats!' first opened in the West End in 1981, at the New London Theatre. After becoming a huge hit, both in the West End and on Broadway, it has grossed an amazing $342.2 million at the box office. It has been translated...
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  • Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs

    Television presenter Paul O'Grady's lifelong love of animals has shaped his career and indeed, it has led to his most current role helping to rehome abandoned dogs. The Birkenhead-born entertainer is the host of Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, which is a moving documentary that publicises the good...
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  • Jim Bowen: It’s a Bullseye!

    You didn't have to be a darts fan to enjoy the 1980s television show, Bullseye, hosted by comedian Jim Bowen. The show invited competitors to win prizes, depending on their darts skills, but it was Bowen's witty banter rather than the darts play that attracted audiences of 20 million viewers...
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