Now for another 50th anniversary record (and re-up)- this time it's the BBC, the oldest broadcaster in the world. Set up in 1922, its remit under its Royal Charter is to -
'be entirely independent of any private or governmental influence. It is thereby required to be free from both political and commercial influence and answer only to its viewers and listeners.'
Anyway here's the record (with a bit of WWII as well naturally enough), saluting the organisation which brought us Neighbours, The Teletubbies, hours of bloody cricket, Big Break, Andi Peters, Mr Blobby, hours of bloody snooker, The Archers, etc.