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  1. Curtain
  2. Peter Davidson and Peter Capaldi
  3. Gio Compario, the Go Compare opera singer
  4. Wonga.com
  5. Pudsey the bear from Children In Need
  6. I & R (International Rescue)
  7. Sex And The City
  8. Just Can't Get Enough *1
  9. The Great British Menu
  10. Adam West
  11. Knight Rider *2
  12. John Virgo
  13. Family Fortunes
  14. Ronnie Barker
  15. Pop Idol
  16. Tony Robinson
  17. Argentina *3
  18. Jimmy Nail *4
  19. Bob Monkhouse *5
  20. Oleg
  21. The Great British Bake-Off (Master Bakers)
  22. 22
  23. 2 minutes
  24. Wolf
  25. Napoleon
  26. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott
  27. Ceefax *6
  28. 1957
  29. Captain Jack Harkness
  30. Sgt. (Arthur) Wilson
  31. (London Underground) Train Driver
  32. John Humpries
  33. British Academy of Film & Television Arts
  34. Mollie Sugden
  35. Farm Foods
  36. Alias Smith And Jones
  37. Jack Dee
  38. Ellie Miller
  39. Boston
  40. Bridge Street
  41. 11
  42. The Vicar Of Dibley
  43. Agnes
  44. Ken Morley *7
  45. They have all played Henry VIII *8
  46. Balamory
  47. Keith Lemon (as played by Leigh Francis)
  48. Rita Ora
  49. Jean Alexander
  50. Argentina *9
  51. Spongebob Squarepants
  52. Michael Palin
  53. BBC2 and S4C *10
  54. Paul Nicholas
  55. Wheel Of Fortune
  56. (Red) Tomatoes & (Green) Peppers
  57. Ruth Jones
  58. Mission Impossible
  59. Deliver a piano *11
  60. George And Mildred & Robin's Nest
  61. Treasure Hunt
  62. Room 101
  63. 35cm
*1 - Singer Megan Wyler recorded a version for Sainsbury's, the others used the Depeche Mode original
*2 - K.I.T.T. stood for Knight Industries Three Thousand
*3 - The plate, H982 FKL, apparently made reference to The Falklands War
*4 - Auf Weidersehn Pet, Spender & Crocodile Shoes on TV and the film was Evita
*5 - Family Fortunes 1980-83 ; Opportunity Knocks 1987-89 ; Wipeout 1998-02
*6 - Teletext was the generic term for both BBC's Ceefax & ITV's Oracle service. Therefore, 'Teletext' is also a correct answer as ITV's Oracle stopped in the 90's.
*7 - He played Reg Holdsworth in Coronation Street
*8 - In order in the following : Horrible Histories, A Man For All Seasons, Carry On Henry, The Tudors, Private Life Of Henry VIII and Wolf Hall
*9 - The plate, H982 FKL, appeared to reference The Falklands War.
*10 - BBC2 on 20th April 1964; S4C (the Welsh Channel 4) aired on November 1st 1982, the day before Channel 4's first broadcast. Therefore S4C was actually broadcast in Britain before channel 4 (albeit only in Wales and bordering English counties).
*11 - In the 1932 short film "The Music Box"



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