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Ford Capri

There was always something exotic about the Halewood-produced Ford Capri. iNostalgia looks back at ‘the car you’d always promised yourself’…

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HMS Conqueror

When nuclear submarine HMS Conqueror sped down the slipway at Birkenhead in 1969, no-one suspected it would one day sink an Argentinian battleship half way round the world, when in May 1982, it was pressed into service in the Falklands conflict…

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Liverpool Dock Strike

Murmurs of discontent were rumbling round the Liverpool Docks during the stormy summer of 1960. Frustrated dockers went out on strike, and the seamen set up their own union to fight their cause…

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How fantastic is this photo, taken in a drab, wood-panelled dressing room in Manchester in September 1975 captures an extraordinary moment in football history.

A group of players completely at ease, humble almost, before turning out for a testimonial match at Manchester City’s home ground Maine Road.

But these are no ordinary players. These are the Manchester United heroes who won the European Cup by beating Benfica 4-1 at Wembley on a balmy night in May 1968.

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How fantastic is this photo, taken in a drab, wood-panelled dressing room in Manchester in September 1975 captures an extraordinary moment in football history.

A group of players completely at ease, humble almost, before turning out for a testimonial match at Manchester City’s home ground Maine Road.

But these are no ordinary players. These are the Manchester United heroes who won the European Cup by beating Benfica 4-1 at Wembley on a balmy night in May 1968.

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1968 final was fantastic ,watched in black and white ,now that was a great Man Utd .

Who is that next to Bobby Charlton ? looks like Tony Book !

Where is John Aston !!?

Rob Jackson Ann Jackson

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READY, STEADY, GO!

Ready Steady Go! went out every Friday night with the slogan ‘The weekend starts here!’

It dispensed with scenery, costumes, choreography and make-up, preferring to focus on the music provided by the leading bands of the time and the audience’s reaction to them.

The Rediffusion studio was certainly cramped. There was no room to hide cameras, so they became a part of the action. They were large cameras too, with rotating lens turrets rather than zooms.

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READY, STEADY, GO!

Ready Steady Go! went out every Friday night with the slogan ‘The weekend starts here!’ 

It dispensed with scenery, costumes, choreography and make-up, preferring to focus on the music provided by the leading bands of the time and the audience’s reaction to them.

The Rediffusion studio was certainly cramped. There was no room to hide cameras, so they became a part of the action. They were large cameras too, with rotating lens turrets rather than zooms.

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