I Was There
Historic moments from history told by those who lived through them.
History 42 rész
Niki Lauda speaks in 201517 perc 42. rész
Chris Warburton talks to Niki Lauda, 39 years since he crashed his Ferrari at the Nürburgring Grand Prix in Germany. Former F1 drivers Mario Andretti and John Watson, who both also raced that year, share their memories of the crash and that famous season.
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again24 perc 41. rész
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again. Anna speaks to the actor PHILIP MICHAEL, dancer LYDIA LOUISA and Assistant Director CHRIS NEWMAN who all helped to make the original Mamma Mia! a success.
Sports Report at 7020 perc 40. rész
Chris Warburton is celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the BBC's Sports Report.
Fairytale of New York21 perc 39. rész
Steve Lillywhite, who produced the song, speaks to Adrian.
Cool Runnings25 perc 38. rész
Members of the legendary Jamaican bobsleigh team – whose heroic endeavours at the Calgary Winter Olympics of 1988 became a hit Hollywood film – join Adrian Chiles to remember how they ended up competing at the games.
Frestonia20 perc 37. rész
Two squatters from the legendary London 1970s squatting community Frestonia tell Adrian Chiles how it all started, what it was like - and how it ended.
King’s Cross disaster23 perc 36. rész
Three people who were caught up in the devastating fire on the London Underground – a passenger, a firefighter and a news reporter – tell Adrian Chiles about their memories of the disaster, which killed 31 people.
Arsenal-Liverpool 198924 perc 35. rész
Arsenal’s Lee Dixon, Liverpool’s John Aldridge and TV analyser David Pleat join Adrian Chiles as they remember the famous title-deciding clash which saw Arsenal snatch the title from Liverpool with a stunning 2-0 win, including Michael Thomas’s last-minute goal.
Ghostwatch24 perc 34. rész
The writer, director and one of the producers join Adrian Chiles to discuss the controversial BBC programme, that aired on Halloween 1992.
Help for Heroes23 perc 33. rész
In 2007, Bryn and Emma Parry visited a military hospital. They saw a need to help British servicemen and woman with their injuries. They tell Adrian Chiles about setting up the charity, and what the early days were like.
Bali bombing23 perc 32. rész
Polly and Hanabeth both survived the 2002 terror attack on the dream holiday island. They tell Adrian Chiles what happened, and we discover how their stories overlap.
Going Live43 perc 31. rész
Stars including Phillip Schofield, Sarah Green, Trev and the man behind Gordon the Gopher tell Adrian Chiles what it was like working on the legendary Saturday morning TV show, 30 years after it first launched.
The Siege of Sarajevo22 perc 30. rész
We go back a quarter of a century to the longest siege in modern history
The launch of Google24 perc 29. rész
The BBC's Technology correspondent, Rory Cellan Jones, and Jeff Jarvis, author of 'What Would Google Do?', join Adrian Chiles to talk about the foundation of tech giant Google.
The death of Diana36 perc 28. rész
Broadcasters and journalists – including Nik Gowing, who was on air on BBC 2 and was the first to break the news – recall how they announced the news of Diana’s death to the nation on 31 August 1997.
Decriminalisation of homosexuality29 perc 27. rész
Three gay men tell Adrian Chiles how the 1967 decriminalisation affected them in different ways – including a 94-year-old man, who hid his double life until his 80s.
Raoul Moat23 perc 26. rész
In 2010, in a small village near Gateshead, Raoul Moat shot & injured his ex-girlfriend & killed her new partner. For a week after the shootings he was on the run from the police.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band19 perc 25. rész
Adrian Chiles speaks to those who were part of the making of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
2012 Olympic Torch Relay19 perc 24. rész
Adrian Chiles talks to those involved with the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay as it traveled round the whole of the United Kingdom.
Brink’s-Mat robbery20 perc 23. rész
We retell the extraordinary events of 1983, and one of Britain’s biggest-ever robberies.
Concorde crash20 perc 22. rész
We revisit 2000, when Concorde crashed near Paris killing 113 people, and talk to those involved at the time – include a British tourist in the hotel which the plane crashed into.
Grayrigg train crash24 perc 21. rész
Those caught up in the 2007 train crash, including the driver and the son of the woman who died, tell Adrian Chiles about what happened, and what the effects were.
The start of Breakfast TV12 perc 20. rész
Stars from ITV and the BBC tell Adrian Chiles about the heady days of 1983 when Breakfast TV first started broadcasting on British TV.
Tony Bullimore’s rescue27 perc 19. rész
Yachtsman Tony Bullimore tells Peter Allen about being rescued from the Southern Ocean in 1996.
Land Speed record23 perc 18. rész
Thrust SSC project director Richard Nobel and pilot Andy Green tell Adrian Chiles about setting the new land speed record of 763mph in 1997.
Blur v Oasis17 perc 17. rész
We revisit the famous chart battle of 1995, when Blur’s Country House went up against Oasis’s Roll With It.
Diana’s Panorama interview19 perc 16. rész
We go back to 1995 and tell the behind-the-scenes story of Princess Diana’s famous 1995 Panorama interview – with those who were there at the time.
Ronald Reagan’s election victory19 perc 15. rész
We talk to people who witnessed Reagan’s victory speech in an LA hotel in November 1980 after he was elected US President – and look at comparisons (or otherwise) with Trump’s victory.
Trainspotting22 perc 14. rész
Choose life. Choose to listen to what it was like making Trainspotting in 1996, with guests from the crew and Rick Smith from Underworld.
Open University24 perc 13. rész
It’s not often celebrated, but Adrian Chiles talks to some of the first Open University students to get their degrees in 1973.
South Pole24 perc 12. rész
In January 2000, two women became the first female Brits to reach the South Pole on foot. Adrian Chiles talks to them and their companions.
Thrilla in Manilla21 perc 11. rész
Back to the heady days of 1975, and the legendary boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, told through the eyes of some of those who were there at the time.
Manchester bomb20 perc 10. rész
We go back to 1996 and talk to those caught up in the bombing of Manchester City centre by the IRA.
Shooting of John Lennon20 perc 9. rész
We revisit the tragic events of 1980, when John Lennon was shot dead, by talking to those who were there that night.
Diana and the minefield22 perc 8. rész
The day Princess Diana walked across a minefield.
Greenland leaves the EU25 perc 7. rész
We go back to 1982 and talk to those involved in helping the only other country to leave the EU - and discuss comparisons with Brexit.
National Lottery launch20 perc 6. rész
As the balls rolled for the first time, Adrian Chiles talks to some of those involved in the National Lottery launch in 1992 – including one of the first Lottery millionaires.
OJ Simpson's trial19 perc 5. rész
We go back to 1995 and talk to those involved in the sensational OJ Simpson trial - including the helicopter pilot who filmed the dramatic car chase.
Barings Bank collapse19 perc 4. rész
We go back to 1995 and talk to those caught up in the collapse of Barings Bank, including Nick Leeson himself, the man whose £800m gamble went wrong.
Finding the Titanic20 perc 3. rész
We go back to 1985 and speak to the underwater investigators - including Robert Ballard himself - who stunned the world by finding the wreck of the Titanic.
I Was There: Oasis29 perc 2. rész
We're looking back at March 1993 and the beginnings of one of the great modern music stories. That Spring, Liverpool band 'The Real People' were asked by an up-and-coming band from Manchester to put together a professional demo tape that they could send round to record labels. The tape - called 'Live Demonstration' - was recorded mostly at Liverpool's Porter Street studios and copies have been said to have been auctioned for more than £6,000. Why? Because it was Oasis. And the track 'Columbia' became the first Oasis song ever played on Radio 1... Adrian is joined by Paul Arthurs, AKA 'Bonehead', Chris & Tony Griffiths from Liverpool band 'The Real People', Debbie Ellis who back in 1993 shared a practice room with Oasis, and broadcaster Terry Christian.
I was there: Kerry Packer26 perc 1. rész
We take a look back to May 1977 - when the cricketing world was turned on its head by the flamboyant Australian billionaire Kerry Packer. After failing to get the TV rights he desperately wanted, he launched a secret plan to sign up the world's best players for his own breakaway tournament: World Series Cricket