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A series that looks back on different years in the 1980s and 1990s through the use of news, pop and TV archive.
In 1985, the first mobile phones went on sale in the UK, riots erupted in Tottenham and Nick Kamen starred in a jeans commercial that sent pulses racing.
This episode focuses on the year 1980 and looks at what in pop culture was big back then.
A look back at pop, news and tv archive clips from the year that saw the Falklands War, the birth of Prince William, Channel 4's launch & E.T. The Extraterrestrial break box office records.
A look at the year in which the Berlin wall came down and the Hillsborough disaster happened.
A look at the year in which Charles and Diana got married, riots raged across the UK and attempts were made on the lives of the Queen, the President of the USA and the Pope.
1990 saw the Mrs Thatcher resign as Prime Minister and the Poll Tax riots. Everyone was concered for Mad Cow disease and England lost the plot when it came to penalties in the World Cup semi final.
This episode travels back to 1984, a time when Reagan joked about bombing Russia, Scargill took on Thatcher, Torvill and Dean won the Olympics. Also it was the time when Bob Geldof created Band Aid.
The events of the year when the Church of England ordained its first female priests, the first UK national Lottery draw took place, and the Channel Tunnel opened. Plus, Nelson Mandela became South Africa's first democratically-elected president and Wet Wet Wet topped the charts for 25 weeks.
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