Tonight's TV Choice: Goodbye Television CentreBy Hugh Fort
March 22, 2013
Goodbye Television Centre
BBC1 from 7pm and BBC Four from 7.30pm
This week marks quite a significant part of modern British history.
What with George Osbourne's budget, not many people have acknowledged the fact the BBC is leaving its home of 53 years - Television Centre.
And quite rightly, they're going with a bang.
In a two-and-a-half hour feast of entertainment, which starts at 7pm on BBC1 in the One Show.
The action kicks of on BBC 4 at 7.30pm with an hour long set from Madness.
In the main programme, we hear from some of the Beeb's great names over the 53 year period, like Michael Parkinson, Ronnie Corbett, the great Sir David Attenborough, all-round-legend Danny Baker, and, sadly, Bruce Forsyth.
There will be a lot of sadness and nostalgia, some classic clips and hopefully some clips of John Motson commentating on Ronnie Radford's famous goal for Hereford against Newcastle in the FA Cup, because it is undoubtedly hilarious.
It promises to be an excellent night, and maybe, just maybe, you might even get through a whole edition of The One Show.