Survivors: on this day

By Rich Cross   Last updated on 09 June 2019, 09:59:07

Recalling key dates in the history of Survivors



 The next seven days in Survivors


 1 March 197546 years ago
 Production Recording of the studio sequences for Genesis, the second episode of series one, at BBC TV Centre in London

 5 March 199922 years ago
 Location trip The first day of the sixth Reunion location trip (Tanker Hill Mob) visited sites across Herefordshire

 6 March 197645 years ago
 Production Recording of the studio sequences for Lights of London Part 2, the fourth episode of series two, at BBC TV Centre in London

 7 March 199922 years ago
 Location trip The last day of the sixth Reunion location trip (which became known by the title of its commemorative video "The Tanker Hill Mob") which visited sites across Herefordshire


 Earlier this month in Survivors


 13 February 20156 years ago
 Cast Death of Hugh Walters (Vic Thatcher, S1), aged 75

 19 February 197546 years ago
 Production Recording of the studio sequences for The Fourth Horseman, the opening episode of series one, at BBC TV Centre in London

 25 February 197645 years ago
 Production Recording of the studio sequences for Lights of London Part 1, the third episode of series two, at BBC TV Centre in London


 Coming up in Survivors


 09 March 199724 years ago
 Crew Death of Terry Nation, creator of Survivors, and scriptwriter of seven series one episodes

 09 March 200219 years ago
 Location trip The Mad Dog 2002 location trip visited locations in Monsal Dale and at Ilam

 12 March 197546 years ago
 Production Recording of the studio sequences for Gone Away, the third episode of series one, at BBC TV Centre in London


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 Cross, R. (2021). 'Survivors: on this day,' [online] Survivors: A World Away, 21 February. Available at: https://survivors-mad-dog.org.uk/a-world-away/Survivors_on_this_day.php. Accessed on: 28 February 2021.

 
   

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