Copyright 2001

[ October 3rd 2001 ]

Over the past few months, the BBC in London have broadcast a series of programmes taking a nostalgic look at times gone past, featuring footage of bands, movies and trends with celebrities who were actually there voicing their thoughts.

This coming Saturday, Tomb Raider starlet Lara Croft takes her own trip down memory lane with a one-hour special documenting her rise to fame which began at Derbyshire based studios Core Design in 1996. Operations Controller Adrian Heath Smith will join former Public Relations officer Susie Hamilton in sowing together the history of this decades most successful video-game heroine.

"I Love 1996" airs October 6th on BBC2 at 9pm.

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