BBC 1 Presentation   1985 - 1991

This section takes a look at the presentation on BBC 1 between 1985 and 1991.

 

The day of the mechanical model were over and after 14 years the BBC 1 globe is replaced by a cow. The Computer Orientated World or COW was the first computer generated ident on BBC 1. The ident was housed in a silver box, inside were circuit boards with different layers of the globe.

 

 

BBC 1 Advertising Caption
1986
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BBC 1 Continuity - The Peacock Report
1986
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
5th October 1987
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BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
5th October 1987
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BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
19th October 1987
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BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
19th October 1987
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BBC 1 Continuity - Brush Strokes
19th October 1987
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BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
26th October 1987
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
26th October 1987
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BBC 1 Continuity - Jazz Records
26th October 1987
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Caption - Thin Air
1987
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BBC 1 Trailer - Monday
1987
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Film Matinee: Le Mans
1988
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BBC 1 Trailer - Making Out
1988
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Going Live!
1988
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BBC 1 Trailer - Thursday
1988
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Open Air
1988
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BBC 1 Caption - Nine O'Clock News
1988
© BBC Television
 
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Panorama
1989
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BBC 1 Trailer - May To December
1989
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Eastenders
1989
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BBC 1 Trailer - Song For Europe
1989
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
22nd November 1989
© BBC Television
BBC 1 Continuity - Bergerac
22nd November 1989
© BBC Television
 

 

BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
29th November 1989
© BBC Television
BBC 1 Continuity - Doctor Who
6th December 1989
© BBC Television
 

 

 
BBC 1 Programmes
6th December 1989
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