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Studio 66 Schedule History 8th August

This week we look back at Studio 66 TV and the schedules they put out on their live babeshows between 2010 and 2013 on the 8th August. Meanwhile, we also bring you some fascinating facts about the events of world on 8th August, throughout human history.

8th August In History

1549: Henry II of France declares war on England and orders the siege of Boulogne.

1609: The Venetian senate examines Galileo’s telescope (NOT a euphemism).

1647: English Parliamentary forces defeat Irish forces at the Battle of Dungan’s Hill.

1758: British troops occupy and plunder Cherbourg.

Sunday 8th August Studio 66 Live Schedule

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Breakfast - Becky Roberts & Sammie Pennington

Daytime - Kitty Lea & Rachel Louise

Nighttime - Dionne Daniels , Hazel Bond & Hannah Prentice

8th August In History

1827: Prime Minister George Canning dies in office aged 57.

1843: Natal is made a British colony.

1844: Brigham Young is chosen as head of the Mormon Church following the death of Joseph Smith.

1853: The Russian fleet appears at Nagasaki, Japan.

Monday 8th August Studio 66 Babes Schedule

Morning - Vicky Thomas

Daytime - Cara Brett, Fernanda Ferrari & Melissa Debling

Nighttime - Adele Taylor, Ashley Emma, Charlie O'Neal & Paige Green

8th August In History

1914: Montenegro declares war on Germany.

1918: The Allies launch the Hundred Days Offensive, beginning with the Battle of Amiens where 500 tanks and 10 Allied divisions attacked German lines.

1925: The first national march of the Ku Klux Klan (between 25,000 and 40,000 marchers) in Washington, D.C.

1945: The USSR declares war against Japan.

Wednesday 8th August Studio 66 Schedule

Morning - Danni King,Hannah Martin

Daytime - Anastasia Harris,Becky Roberts,Caitlin Wynters

Nighttime - Adele Taylor,Alexandra Louise,Gemma Massey,Jayde Summer,Sophia Knight,Becky Roberts(21:00-23:00)

Webcam - Jessica Jensen

8th August In History

1953: Russia admits is has a hydrogen bomb.

1955: Fidel Castro forms the “26th of July Movement”, a Cuban vanguard revolutionary organization.

1960: Decca Records scrapped 25,000 copies of Ray Peterson’s ‘Tell Laura I Lover Her’ because they felt the song, which recounts the last thoughts of a teenager dying in a car accident, was “too tasteless and vulgar”. A cover version by Ricky Valance, went to No.1 on the UK chart a month later.

1963: The Great Train Robbery: Thieves ambush the Glasgow to Euston mail train and steal up to £2million in the biggest raid ever on a British train.

Thursday 8th August S66-Chat Schedule

Morning - Gemma Hiles

Daytime - Abbey B,Becky Roberts,Hariette Taylor,Lucy-Anne Brooks

Nighttime - Alice,Caty Cole,Jenna Hoskins,Paige Turnah,Lucy-Anne Brooks (21:30-22:30)

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