60s fashion/Mini skirt-Beat Girls
Television's 'Beat Girls' dance troupe - Dee-Dee Wilde, Lorelly Harris, Diana South, Babs Lord, Penny Fergusson and Felicity Colby - "take off" at London Airport, where they were leaving for Venice with the Luvvers pop group. They are schedlued to perform at a lavish party planned by Universal Pictures after the premiere of 'Farenheit 451', the official British entry at the Venice Film Festival. * Wearing dazzle-striped mini-skirts, white sweaters and white boots. Sixties fashion (60s). Mini skirt.
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A view of Fife and the Fourth Railway Bridge from the South Tower of the Forth Road Bridge. The Forth Road Bridge is set to celebrate its 40th anniversary later this year, although a 3.5 million resurfacing project on the bridge is proving to be a less than happy occasion for weekend commuters stuck in lengthy tailbacks. Work which began on the project on April 16 will see the south-bound carriageway closed every weekend until June with the Forth Estuary Transport Authority donating 10, 000 to local communities to come up with an idea to celebrate the anniversary to thank them for their patience.
(L-R) Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan, the original Goons, back together again for the first time in 12 years, especially for the BBC's 50th anniversary celebrations. * 11/4/2001: Comedy legend Sir Harry died Wednesday April 11, 2001, his daughter Jenny Secombe has said. 29/05/01: Andrew Secombe, the son of the late comic Sir Harry revives some of his father's funniest moments as BBC Radio 2 celebrates the Goon Show's 50th birthday. Andrew said his father would be chuckling in heaven after he stepped in to fill his shoes for the programme. 27/02/02: Spike Milligan died early today at his home in Sussex, his agent said.