🙌 pic.twitter.com/VFDBlm AFHx— CBeebies Grown-Ups (@CBeebies HQ) January 3, 2018"Before we go, remember when acid house was seen as the most corrupting force facing society, ruining the minds of our youths?

" Evan said in introduction."Well, how things change.

The channel is funded by the television licence fee together with the BBC's other domestic television stations, and therefore shows uninterrupted programming without commercial advertising.

The only way to receive all channels was to use a complex "dual-standard" 405- and 625-line, VHF and UHF, receiver, with both a VHF and a UHF aerial.

Old 405-line-only sets became obsolete in 1985, when transmission in the standard ended, although standards converters have become available for enthusiasts who collect and restore such TVs.

It therefore decided that Britain's third television station should be awarded to the BBC.

The station, renamed BBC TV in 1960, became BBC1 when BBC2 was launched on 20 April 1964 transmitting an incompatible 625-line image on UHF.

It was renamed BBC TV in 1960, using this name until the launch of sister channel BBC2 in 1964, whereupon the BBC TV channel became known as BBC1, with the current spelling adopted in 1997.

The channel's annual budget for 2012–13 is £1.14 billion.Rave culture is now at home in the BBC children's channel CBeebies. "The BBC, BBC Radio 2 and Voltage Productions are aware and have been extremely supportive."As the BBC mentioned, Zoe is also taking a hiatus from her BBC Radio 2 show on Saturdays. Prior to her relationship with Billy Yates, she was in an 18-year relationship with DJ husband Norman Cook.This period is still regarded by many as a golden age of the BBC's output, with the BBC achieving a very high standard across its entire range of series, serials, plays, light entertainment and documentaries.On 30 December 1980, the BBC announced their intention to introduce a new breakfast television service to compete with TV-am.The Miss Great Britain contest was dropped, being described as verging on the too offensive after the January 1985 contest, with Worlds Strongest Man and International Superstar also being axed.