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Dickenson Road Studios Quiz

It’s hard to believe that some of the BBC’s most popular programmes were once broadcast from a converted Wesleyan Chapel in Rusholme. How well do you remember Dickenson Road or the stars who recorded there? Why not test your knowledge in our weekly nostalgia quiz.

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Mike Yarwood Quiz

Our nostalgia quiz this week focuses on Stockport impressionist Mike Yarwood – one of the most popular entertainers of the 1970s and 80s. His Yuletide special on Christmas Day 1977 recorded the biggest ever TV audience for a light entertainment broadcast – beating even Morecambe and Wise!

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Corrie Panto 1964

Welcome to Then and Now, where each week we compare images of Manchester streets, landmarks, buildings and events from bygone days with today. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Coronation Street, we look back this week to the cast’s version of the pantomime Cinderella, staged at the Granada studios in December 1964.

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Corrie 60th Anniversary Quiz

To mark Coronation Street’s 60th birthday, our nostalgia quiz focuses on some of the best known characters who’ve trodden the Weatherfield cobblestones over six decades.

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Bill Tarmey

As Coronation Street approaches its 60th anniversary, iNostalgia remembers one its most endearing characters

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Corrie Couples Quiz

As Coronation Street nears its 60th anniversary, our nostalgia quiz this week remembers some of its most celebrated couples down the years.

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Manchester Piccadilly 1902 📍

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Moss Side 1972, a fantastic shot of children playing in the streets 📍

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Moss Side 1972, a fantastic shot of children playing in the streets 📍

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Amazing, black and white kids playing out together, who would have thought It! Brilliant photograph. I hope all those in it are all still fit and well!👏

I remember the streets being like this in the 60s ,wouldn't swop my childhood

My father was born and lived on Meadow Street Moss Side

They only go out to smash bus shelters now !

That’s how streets used to be all over in the 50s and 60s. Brilliant!!

I was born in Cecil street

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