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From iconic characters to classic moments, they have shaped our entertainment landscape

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Ronnie Barker as the stuttering, miserly, lustful shopkeeper Arkwright from the BBC TV

Ronnie Barker as the stuttering, miserly, lustful shopkeeper Arkwright from the BBC TV Series Open All Hours. Pictured in character outside his corner shop

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Tom Baker, actor who plays the fourth incarnation of The Doctor in BBC TV series Doctor

Tom Baker, actor who plays the fourth incarnation of The Doctor in BBC TV series Doctor Who, pictured in character, 9th July 1975

Background imageProgrammes Collection: The Beatles on the set of Top Of the Pops, plugging their new single

The Beatles on the set of Top Of the Pops, plugging their new single Paperback Writer / Rain, 16 June 1966. The group had previously appeared on the show but this was their only appeararance live in

Background imageProgrammes Collection: The Young Ones during filming in Bristol. Starring Christopher Ryan as Mike

The Young Ones during filming in Bristol. Starring Christopher Ryan as Mike, Rik Mayall as Rick, Nigel Planer as Neil and Adrian Edmondson as Vyvyan. August 1982

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Only Fools and Horses cast members walk along the seafront at Margate beach during

Only Fools and Horses cast members walk along the seafront at Margate beach during the filming of the 1989 Christmas Special " Jolly Boys Outing". 18th May 1989

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Leonard Rossiter and John Barron - CJ - stars of BBC comedy series

Leonard Rossiter and John Barron - CJ - stars of BBC comedy series, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, pictured on location as they film scenes for the upcoming series, 26th October 1978

Background imageProgrammes Collection: The Young Ones filming on location in Bristol. Starring Rik Mayall as Rick

The Young Ones filming on location in Bristol. Starring Rik Mayall as Rick, Nigel Planer as Neil, Christopher Ryan as Mike and Adrian Edmondson as Vyvyan. August 1982

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Diagram of Ariane 5 rocket, side view

Diagram of Ariane 5 rocket, side view

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Jon Pertwee as Worzel Gummidge pictured out and about, dressed in character

Jon Pertwee as Worzel Gummidge pictured out and about, dressed in character. 21st November 1980

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Actor Peter Sallis who plays Norman Clegg (left) in the BBC situation comedy series Last

Actor Peter Sallis who plays Norman Clegg (left) in the BBC situation comedy series Last of the Summer Wine, pictured with Brian Wilde who plays Foggy Dewhirst (right)

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Tom Baker as Doctor Who Circa 1975 Rev 3747 vfr1

Tom Baker as Doctor Who Circa 1975 Rev 3747 vfr1

Background imageProgrammes Collection: The New Sheffield Empire Palace, Charles Street, programme, 1906

The New Sheffield Empire Palace, Charles Street, programme, 1906
Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library (MP 6600 M)

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Empire Theatre / 1889

Empire Theatre / 1889
The cover of a programme for the Empire theatre, London. The bill featured comedians including Dan Leno and Cleopatra, A Grand Ballet Divertissement

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with

Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with assistant Sarah Jane Smith played by actress Elisabeth Sladen. 9th December 1974

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with

Doctor Who, actor Tom Baker - the 4th Doctor - pictured outside Acton rehersal rooms with assistants Sarah Jane Smith played by actress Elisabeth Sladen and John Andrews played by Ian Marter

Background imageProgrammes Collection: John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - April 1978 with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise

John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - April 1978 with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, filming for the TV Programme - The Sweeney

Background imageProgrammes Collection: The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight

Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight, while William Russell who plays Ian looks on during filming for the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing

Background imageProgrammes Collection: William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing

William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen

William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen) seen here receiving direction during a break in filming at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Kate Williams, TV Actress, at home in Woodford Bridge, also pictured

Kate Williams, TV Actress, at home in Woodford Bridge, also pictured, daughter Kelly aged 6, 12th October 1978

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Palladium Theatre / 1912

Palladium Theatre / 1912
The cover of a programme for the Palladium theatre, London. The bill featured Marie Lloyd

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Jeff Astle singing Back Home on Top of the Pops. May 1970 P016889

Jeff Astle singing Back Home on Top of the Pops. May 1970 P016889

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Actresses Sue Pollard (left) who plays Peggy in the television comedy series Hi De Hi

Actresses Sue Pollard (left) who plays Peggy in the television comedy series Hi De Hi and Diane Holiday who plays Yvonne, pictured dressed as Hula Girls during filming for the new series

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Television character Worzel Gummidge who is played by Jon Pertwee marries his Aunt Sally

Television character Worzel Gummidge who is played by Jon Pertwee marries his Aunt Sally, played by Una Stubbs, in a barn at Braishfield, near Romsey, Hants

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Aleks Georgijev aka Gladiator Hawk, 13th August 1992

Aleks Georgijev aka Gladiator Hawk, 13th August 1992

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Only Fools and Horses - TV Programmes - Cast of TV Show Behind The Scenes with

Only Fools and Horses - TV Programmes - Cast of TV Show Behind The Scenes with David Jason, Buster Merryfield, John Challis and Denis Lill

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Gerard Horan actor who stars in London Burning TV Programme November 1988

Gerard Horan actor who stars in London Burning TV Programme November 1988

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Left to Right: Pamela Salem, Bryan Marshall and Shirley Anne Field. April 1980 P035458

Left to Right: Pamela Salem, Bryan Marshall and Shirley Anne Field. April 1980 P035458

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Last of the Summer Wine actors Brian Wilde who plays Foggy Dewhirst (left)

Last of the Summer Wine actors Brian Wilde who plays Foggy Dewhirst (left), Peter Sallis (Norman Clegg) and Bill Owen (Compo Simmonite)

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Lesley Anne Down and Jacqueline Tong, British actresses who will be starring in the new

Lesley Anne Down and Jacqueline Tong, British actresses who will be starring in the new series of Upstairs, Downstairs for London Weekend Television, pictured Thursday 20th December 1973

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Jean Marsh as Sara Kingdom on the set of Dr Who in a 12-part serial The Daleks

Jean Marsh as Sara Kingdom on the set of Dr Who in a 12-part serial The Daleks Masterplan. 3rd December 1965

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Elton John poses with comedians Ernie Wise (left) and Eric Morecambe as he appears

Elton John poses with comedians Ernie Wise (left) and Eric Morecambe as he appears on the Morecambe and Wise show at BBC television centre. 8th December 1976

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Cast of BBC comedy series, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

Cast of BBC comedy series, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, pictured on location as they film scenes for the upcoming series

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Elisabeth Sladen in the courtyard of BBC Television Centre after it was announced that

Elisabeth Sladen in the courtyard of BBC Television Centre after it was announced that she will play Sarah Jane Smith, a bright young journalist on a womans magazine who becomes the Doctors assistant

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot

Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot, a companion of second doctor Patrick Troughton, pictured on location, 3rd May 1968

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Alexandra Bastedo, British actress, Daily Mirror Studios, London

Alexandra Bastedo, British actress, Daily Mirror Studios, London, Wednesday 11th November 1970. Alex plays the role of secret agent Sharron Macready in British espionage science fiction adventure

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Filming of the television music chart show Top of the Pops at the BBC Studios

Filming of the television music chart show Top of the Pops at the BBC Studios. Pop group 10cc performing on stage April 1975 75-2128-007

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Actresses Sue Pollard (left) who plays Peggy in the television comedy series Hi De Hi

Actresses Sue Pollard (left) who plays Peggy in the television comedy series Hi De Hi and Diane Holiday who plays Yvonne, pictured dressed as Hula Girls during filming for the new series

Background imageProgrammes Collection: Filming of the television music chart show Top of the Pops at the BBC Studios

Filming of the television music chart show Top of the Pops at the BBC Studios. Pop group 10cc performing on stage April 1975 75-2128-008



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From iconic characters to classic moments, they have shaped our entertainment landscape. Ronnie Barker's unforgettable portrayal of the stuttering, miserly, and lustful shopkeeper Arkwright from the BBC TV series remains etched in our memories. The Young Ones brought rebellious energy to Bristol during filming, with Christopher Ryan's charismatic performance as Mike leaving a lasting impression. The cast members of Only Fools and Horses strolling along Margate beach added a touch of seaside charm to this beloved sitcom. And who can forget Tom Baker's captivating portrayal of Doctor Who in 1975? His adventures through time and space enthralled audiences worldwide. A diagram showcasing the side view of an Ariane 5 rocket reminds us of the technological marvels explored on screen. John Thaw and Dennis Waterman joined forces with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise in April 1978, creating comedic gold that still brings laughter today. Jon Pertwee charmed viewers as Worzel Gummidge, his character coming alive even when he stepped out into the real world. Filming outside for BBC TV Programme Yes Minister gave us a glimpse into the political machinations behind closed doors. Leonard Rossiter and John Barron shone brightly as CJ in their hilarious performances on the BBC comedy series. Rik Mayall's Rick from The Young Ones brought anarchic humor to life while filming on location in Bristol. Looking back at history, we find ourselves transported to Sheffield Empire Palace in 1906 or stepping inside the grandeur of Empire Theatre from 1889. These programmes captured not only our imaginations but also reflected society at different points in time. They have become part of our cultural fabric—moments frozen forever on screen that continue to entertain generations.