In 1888, the first demonstration of a flat recording disc was given at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

In 1969, The Who guitarist Pete Townshend was locked up for kicking a policeman off the stage at a concert in New York.

In 1983, Diana Ross was reunited with Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong to form The Supremes for a Motown Records special concert.

From the Telegraph & Argus of May 16th, 1978...

Talks on Government cash aid to save jobs in the Lucas Aerospace group are still going on, the Employment Secretary, Mr. Albert Booth, has told a West Yorkshire MP. As part of a rationalisation programme Lucas Aerospace intends to close a major plant in Liverpool, and transfer the Bradford-based design and development team to Hemel Hempstead, and phase out the Bradford and Shipley works.

From the Telegraph & Argus of May 16th, 1953...

Philip Harben, the "TV Cook" will be in Bradford next Saturday, when he attends the Bradford Agricultural Show at Apperley Bridge to demonstrate the preparation of milk dishes in connection with Bradford's Milk Week.