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On 14 July 1930, the BBC broadcast a television adaptation of The Man With the Flower in His Mouth by Luigi Pirandello. This was the first television drama to be produced in the United Kingdom. Provided that the broadcast was successful, the BBC considered producing an adaptation of Black Orchid by George Cranleigh. (PROSE: The Wheel of Ice)
In 1996, the Blue Peter garden was destroyed by a member (or members) of Faction Paradox, the effect of which was a far more intense psychological reaction than any direct assault on the people's psyche. (PROSE: Interference - Book Two)
In 2005, the BBC correspondents Francis Currie and Scott Christie were among the newscasters reporting on alien attacks and civil unrest in London. The BBC was knocked off the air when an ICIS-brainwashed suicide bomber attacked it during a live broadcast, killing Christie. (AUDIO: The Coup, AUDIO: The Longest Night)
In 2006, the BBC did a news report on the alien crash in the Thames. (TV: Aliens of London) On Christmas of that year, the BBC broadcast Prime Minister Harriet Jones's address to Great Britain rather than the traditional greeting by the monarch (in this case, Elizabeth II). (TV: The Christmas Invasion)
In 2007, the BBC broadcast a news story to warn people of the Cybermen. (TV: Army of Ghosts) The Cybermen took control of all the TV channels, including the BBC, to broadcast their message of world domination around the globe. (TV: Doomsday)
In 2008, the Master broadcast his message about contact with alien life through the BBC. (TV: The Sound of Drums) The channel also reported on two highly destructive cataclysms. (TV: Revenge of the Slitheen, The Lost Boy)
In 2009, the BBC covered multiple emergencies such as the ATMOS disaster, (TV: The Poison Sky) the Earth's abduction, (TV: The Stolen Earth) the Zodiac brainwashing, (TV: Secrets of the Stars) and the 456 crisis. (TV: Children of Earth)
By the 2060s, the BBC had turned into the British Film and Television Corporation; following the Myloki war, its London headquarters were used as a covert base for SILHOET. (PROSE: The Indestructible Man)
Parallel universes Edit
Beep the Meep travelled to a parallel universe, in which the Doctor's universe existed only as part of a BBC science fiction television series called Doctor Who, on 12 October 1979 and took control of the BBC Television Centre. The Eighth Doctor and his companion Izzy Sinclair defeated Beep with the help of the actor Tom Baker, who infuriated him with his endless rambling. Strangely, Baker both physically resembled the Fourth Doctor and played him on the television series. The Doctor learned the truth when he discovered the first issue of Doctor Who Weekly. (COMIC: TV Action!)
Behind the scenes Edit
The Cybus Industries website, which tied into Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel, featured an interview with the creator of the Cybermen of Pete's World, John Lumic. When asked the "best" and "worst" things about the BBC, Lumic simply responded that he abolished the BBC after Cybusnet became the sole global information provider.