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John Cleese's 1968 TV Special, 'How to Irritate People' did irritate the BBC and they decided not to air it. The show eventually made it onto US television in 1969. And over fifty years later, he made it on Ed.


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Culture Club, Spandau Ballet, Visage, Marilyn, Adam and the Ants, Duran Duran, ABC... At the dawn of the 80s, a whole host of strangely dressed men in make-up burst forth onto the music scene brandishing synthesisers and kicking against the visual ugliness of punk. They came mainly from the London club scene, led by gender-bending host Steve Strange and pioneering electronic DJ Rusty Egan.Meet the New Romantics.


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Rare interview with Picasso from a documentary in 1969. Seems like stupid questions were already part of television interviews from the early start.


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A London coffee shop tour of the hottest coffee concepts in the city, as part of The Global Coffee Festival Coffee Cities world tour. 


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Portugal’s second city is close to the country’s manufacturing heart and that’s why so many designers have made it their home. We meet some of the bright minds making a mark.