The greatest moments in British television history.
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A terrific show.
16 September 2000 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This show, made in 1999 is terrific, it's most aspiring point is in the way that a view does not have to be old to remember past TV-moments. As a great number are from moments in history.

As the viewer gradually comes to the top-10, you wonder what the next one could be, and although a few places are a bit strange, it is a great round up of TV and history.


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