Robbie Williams appearing on "The Big Breakfast" Morning TV show
Robbie Williams appearing on "The Big Breakfast" Morning TV show.
The Big Breakfast is a British light entertainment television show shown on Channel 4 and S4C each weekday morning from 28 September 1992 until 29 March 2002 during which period 2,482 shows were produced. The Big Breakfast was produced by Planet 24, the production company co-owned by former Boomtown Rats singer and Band Aid/Live Aid organiser Bob Geldof.
The programme was distinctive for broadcasting live from a former lockkeepers cottages commonly referred to as "The Big Breakfast House", or more simply, "The House", located on Fish Island, in Bow in east London.
The show was a mix of news, weather, interviews, audience phone-ins and general features, with a light tone which was in competition with the more serious GMTV and even more serious BBC Breakfast programmes.
A the time Robbie was on the show, Gaby Roslin was the lead presenter.
Picture taken 21st August 1995
Off Licence on 195 Mill Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire in 1963
Off Licence on 195 Mill Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
The signs outside suggest it sells Green King Lager and Old Holborn Tobacco amongst other things. The owner proudly stands int he doorway.
Mill Road is a street in southeast Cambridge, England. It runs southeast from near to Parker's Piece, at the junction with Gonville Place, East Road, and Parkside. It crosses the main railway line (on a bridge closed to motor traffic other than buses) and links to the city's ring road (the A1134). It passes through the wards of Petersfield and Romsey, which are divided by the railway line.
Picture taken circa 1st February 1963
The New Ferry Tavern. Ferry Tavern in Ferry Street situated close to the Ferry
The New Ferry Tavern.
Ferry Tavern in Ferry Street situated close to the Ferry Landing stage at South Shields, Tyne and Wear.
Picture shows Bill Wappat, 79 and a former shipyard worker who has seen the pub decline overtime, taking a trip down memory lane
and pulled a pint in his local for the first time in more than 60 years. The Ferry, as it was known then, is now called The New Ferry Tavern and has shaken off it's seedy past thanks to two couples who have sold their homes and bought the premises back to life.
He is pictured with Margaret Blacklock and Violet Corkin.
Picture taken 8th March 1985