The BBC launched its first international television news channel thirty years ago on 11 March 1991.
That year saw the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the first Gulf War, IRA attacks in London and the very first website created. And the Nobel Peace Prize went to Aung San Suu Kyi.
Presenter David Eades looks back at three decades of live and breaking stories, the highlights and a few bloopers.
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