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London (Hammersmith & Fulham) 2010 - Hundreds of homes across London suffer flooding as heavy rain persists all night.

Hundreds of homes suffer flooding in London

London (Hammersmith & Fulham) 2010 - Hundreds of homes across London suffer flooding as heavy rain persists all night.

Winning over the nation: Michelle Keegan's latest role in BBC drama Our Girl has…

Jessica Wright and mother Carol miss Michelle Keegan's Our Girl debut

Sweeter and lighter than Champagne, Prosecco is delicious on its own, but really comes alive with a touch of colour and some clever blending. Read our serving tips, plus discover our top 10 Prosecco cocktail recipes...

10 Prosecco cocktails you can make in minutes

Sweeter and lighter than Champagne, Prosecco is delicious on its own, but really comes alive with a touch of colour and some clever blending. Read our serving tips, plus discover our top 10 Prosecco cocktail recipes...

Sweet potato & lentil soup. Satisfying and simple to make, homemade soup is a great supper or take-to-work lunch.

Sweet potato & lentil soup

Sweet potato & lentil soup. Satisfying and simple to make, homemade soup is a great supper or take-to-work lunch.

BBC Latest News - Doctor Who - Clara’s 10 Most Heroic Moments

Clara’s 10 Most Heroic Moments

We were mostly BBC watchers in our house but I remember liking this very much when ITV was on.

We were mostly BBC watchers in our house but I remember liking this very much when ITV was on.

Exhibit 63. BAMBOOZLE 1993. First appearing on our screens in 1973 as the BBC service Ceefax, Teletext exploited the space available for broadcast not used by the television picture. Using these extra lines to send pages of text and block graphics, it was a precursor to the World Wide Web. Whilst predominantly used as an information service, interactive comics and simple games also had their place. Two of the most popular were Channel 4’s Bamboozle and ITV’s video game magazine Digitiser.

Exhibit 63. BAMBOOZLE 1993. First appearing on our screens in 1973 as the BBC service Ceefax, Teletext exploited the space available for broadcast not used by the television picture. Using these extra lines to send pages of text and block graphics, it was a precursor to the World Wide Web. Whilst predominantly used as an information service, interactive comics and simple games also had their place. Two of the most popular were Channel 4’s Bamboozle and ITV’s video game magazine Digitiser.

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