pop goes the millennium

Charles Ingram's infamous appearance on the ITV quiz show was filmed 20 years ago today.
It's been 20 years since Charles Ingram filmed his infamous appearance on the show.
From the surprising origin of the characters' names to the actors who almost got cast.
Featuring dodgy fashion, A-list stunts and a truly iconic speech from Geri Halliwell.
It's been two decades since *that* incident involving chalk, a leopard print dressing gown and some rather fruity language.
The Big Brother house opened its doors to a bunch of celebrities for the first time 20 years ago.
It’s 20 years since Kerry Katona, Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon released their biggest hit, Whole Again. But it was almost never to be.
Hear'Say and Liberty X became huge stars thanks to the reality show, but what happened after the chart hits dried up?
It's been two decades since Anne Robinson first uttered the immortal phrase: "You are the weakest link. Goodbye!"
Two hundred guests, 50,000 flowers, a clifftop location, a gospel choir and confidentiality agreements. Yep, this was no ordinary wedding.
It's been 20 years since the game-changing reality show launched on Channel 4.
It's been 20 years since the all-singing, all-dancing, all-stripping, all-vital-organ-eating video made its debut.
Robbie debuted the controversial music video for the song in 2000.
Can’t Get You Out Of My Head might be her signature song, but it probably wouldn’t have even happened if it wasn’t for the disco-tinged pop classic.
A staple of school discos, the song guaranteed to cheer us up no matter what was released two full decades ago.
A great year for mullets and platform boots. Not a great year for Belgium.
As the BBC's lunchtime medical soap celebrates its 20th anniversary, we remember some of the famous faces who've dropped by the Riverside Health Centre.
Three-eyed fish, baby translators and even Nobel Prize wins appeared in the animated sitcom before the real world.
The song was one of the first number one singles of the new millennium.