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VIDEO: Sir Patrick Moore on The Sky At Night

The BBC's The Sky At Night programme was first broadcast on 24th April 1957 - making Sir Patrick Moore the longest-running presenter of the same television show in the world.

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Posted February 28, 2011, 11:14:37 AM Logged

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I’ve always tried to watch the sky at night when I can, it’s an excellent program IMO.

Congratulations to Sir Patrick Moore for becoming the longest-running presenter of the same television show in the world.

May he carry on presenting for many more years.

We love you Patrick. 
Posted February 28, 2011, 11:24:18 AM Logged

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Wow, 54 years and still going strong. I can remember watching The Sky at Night as a kid, if I was allowed to stay up late enough, and being totally perplexed by the whole experience.  scratch-head Today's graphics systems clearly help, but, The Sky at Night wouldn't be The Sky at Night without Sir Patrick and his Telescope Eye.

A Great British Institution.
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