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#OnThisDay 1993: Sports cars, five-star hotels and dealing with overly familiar fans were all in a day's work for 25-year-old Birmingham City managing director Karren Brady. Sporting Room Only followed the high-flyer on match day as the Blues faced West Ham in a crunch clash.
"Tonight you'll watch Barcelona against Newcastle United in the European Super League." In this clip from 1994, Standing Room Only made some big predictions about the future of football in the year 2004. #SuperLeague
#OnThisDay 1982: Simon and Garfunkel were back together, but there were a few signs that the reunion might not last too long...
#OnThisDay 1967: Blue Peter began bulk buying beans: The bigger the bean can, the bigger the bargain.
#OnThisDay 1977: 'In the Making' visited Outhwaite's in the Yorkshire Dales to learn about rope-making, and the couple who bought the business in search of a slower pace of life.
#Onthisday 1970: Wendy Carlos demonstrated how to synthesise electronic noise into musical sound.
#OnThisDay 1930: the BBC's news announcer said, "there is no news" and piano music was played for the remainder of the 15 minute segment.
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#OnThisDay 1977: Thanks for the Memory - The Viewer's View asked people what they thought about television. This woman was likely approached for a snappy vox pop, but ended up delivering something closer to a dramatic monologue. Fantastic stuff.