Video memories of 1951


12 August 2014
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imports_CESC_0-nrug2mkn-100000_17250.jpg Video memories of 1951
We look back at memorable moments from the year 1951 including the launch of The Archers and the release of Quo Vadis. ...
We look back at memorable moments from the year 1951 including the launch of The Archers and the release of Quo Vadis.

In the September issue of Scottish Memories magazine we take a look at the news, films, TV and music of 1951.

This was the year that the radio show The Archers was launched and here June Spencer, who featured from episode one onwards, as Peggy Woolley, talks about her memories of the show:


The same year, the Goon Show made its debut, with stars including Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe.

Here's Spike Milligan in 'I told you I was ill':



The box office top spot this year went to Quo Vadis, starring Glasgow-born Deborah Kerr and Robert Taylor:



Enjoy more memories of 1951 in the September issue of Scottish Memories magazine available from our website.
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