Sunday, September 01, 2013

Happy 20th Birthday Nickelodeon UK!

NickALive! would like to wish Nickelodeon UK, the number one commercial kids' television network in the UK and the best Nickelodeon channel in the universe, a very Happy 20th Birthday!!

Nickelodeon launched in the UK at 7:00am on Wednesday 1st September 1993 as part of the then new Sky Multi-Channels package, and are this year celebrating their landmark 20th Birthday!

What are your favourite Nickelodeon UK memories? Let NickALive! know on Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, on Instagram, and/or Facebook! Use hashtag #HappyBirthdayNickUK!

Nickelodeon UK, the first international version of Nickelodeon, has changed a lot over the years. You can view Nickelodeon UK's first ever television schedule, plus take a trip down memory lane and look through the first 10 years of Nickelodeon UK using Nickelodeon UK's Timeline, which Nickelodeon UK debuted to mark Nickelodeon UK's 10th Birthday in 2003, right here on NickALive!.

NickALive! is also very proud to present the following selection of great videos to celebrate Nick UK's 20th Anniversary on air! Hope you enjoy!

Happy Birthday, Nickelodeon UK!!

Here's to the next twenty slime-tastic aweslime years!!

To celebrate and promote the launch of Nickelodeon in the UK, Nick UK used the following special on-air promo called "What in the world is Nickelodeon?" to introduced viewers to the world of Nickelodeon, which featured a montage of all the great shows Nickelodeon UK had in store for British kids!:

What in the world Is Nickelodeon?

[Background music bed starts: "Nickelodeon Video Open" Nickelodeon On-Air Music]

Nickelodeon is THE new channel for kids.

Nickelodeon is coming to Sky on the first of September [1993].


Nickelodeon Is Kids!

If you believe that kids deserve the very best, get connected to Nickelodeon, the new channel for kids.

Coming to Sky the first of September [1993].
Nickelodeon arrived in the UK Nickelodeon style - with a epic transatlantic sliming, and the first Nickelodeon sliming on British soil! John Eccleston, the presenter of the British version of the Classic Nickelodeon game show "Get The Picture" slimed kids in a studio within the UK whilst the British actress and voice actress Moira "Mo" Quirk, the referee of the Nickelodeon game shows "Nickelodeon GUTS" and "Global Guts", simultaneously slimed American kids in front of the famous Nickelodeon Slime Geyser at Nickelodeon's First World Kids Headquarters located at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando at Universal Studios, Florida, USA!

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