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Holbeck Hall Hotel, Scarborough, collapses on live TV

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Sunday June 6, 1993: A wing of the Holbeck Hall Hotel on Britain's east coast collapses into the sea as the cliff wall beneath it gives way. It happens at the exact moment Yorkshire TV's Calendar programme goes on the air, with the presenter, the great Richard Whiteley, positioned in front of the building. The first part of the clip, recorded from the studio feed before it went on air and with director Dave Behrens heard on gallery talkback, is from a documentary screened shortly after Richard's death.
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Brandon Grody (13 days ago)
Boooo! Lame collapse. I wanted to see it all cave in! This was nothing!
JD (4 months ago)
God the days he would host countdown. The new presenters Jimmy and Nick (Jimmy at night Nick at noon/day) have completely ruined the show especially Jimmy with 8 out of ten cats because of all the adult humor and jokes. I really do miss Richard :( If there was one person I could bring back from the dead it would be him, even if he couldn't keep his career going. The only shilling left of the old countdown days is Suzy Dent. At least she can keep hanging.
Mark Pentler (2 months ago)
JD complaining that Jimmy Carr hosts 8OOTCDC is really weird.
Patrick Moore (4 months ago)
A video that shows a chimney fall off a hotel.
FuzzyWuz (5 months ago)
I hate to see old things get destroyed :(
Bethany Rowe (7 months ago)
I live here
Jet Gardner (9 months ago)
FRAUDULENT click bait title, obviously the only thing that collapsed on camera was a chimney -  THUMBS DOWN
Steve Barclay (10 months ago)
Twice nightly, Whitely
beaudaxx bear (10 months ago)
Hotel not chimney fuckface.
Michael Hamm (10 months ago)
I'll not complain..just block anything from this site!
brock Lee (10 months ago)
All that hype over a fucking chimney?? Geez man, what a total waste of cellular data!
Michael Watson (10 months ago)
Back in the day wasn't it Charles Loughtons house
Wutangkilla1 (10 months ago)
The chimney fell off that’s all
Ray Turner (10 months ago)
What dramatic moment??????????????????
J.J. (6 months ago)
Things aren't as exciting in the UK as they are in the US xD
Lily Satterfield (10 months ago)
clickbait they dont show a collapse at all.
Alba Gu Bràth (10 months ago)
Ffs. It was only the chimney. Hardly the whole hotel as your fucking clickbait bullshit title suggests. I want my money back.
Ken Fox (10 months ago)
I was going to spend my wedding night there back in 93
Hex Agon (10 months ago)
Could only happen to twice nightly, this kind of thing only happens once yearly nearly. Big love Richard.
Keith McIntyre (10 months ago)
Well that was a minute I'll never get back.
Jeff Allinson (7 months ago)
Wonderful observation Sherlock.
Jeff Allinson (7 months ago)
Well done Sherlock.
Harry Eaton (7 months ago)
I don't know what you expected, it's not going to collapse all at once, it's not that kind of structural failure, it's gradual collapse due to subsidence.
Jeff Allinson (9 months ago)
Nobody asked you to watch it.
gavin Reid (11 months ago)
I was there the next day.
itsadrivable taxiexab (11 months ago)
dumb
Ian Stevenson (11 months ago)
The legend that is Richard Whiteley.
Ivan Hardon (10 months ago)
Ian Stevenson he wasn't a legend at all, he was a total and utter twat 😲👍💯
H Mel (10 months ago)
Ian Stevenson lad was a playa pimp
Paul Langford (11 months ago)
Falling into the sea. That's what cliffs do!
TheDriftdog (11 months ago)
It’s twice night whitely!!
Rukkkis (11 months ago)
At least he wore his saftey goggles
Rocky Dans (11 months ago)
It was a shithole of a hotel anyway.
Daniel Keerer (1 year ago)
Not that dramatic
I loved that 🏨
Lesleyt58 (1 year ago)
got to love live tv
i remember that being built like it was yesterday
Jeff Allinson (1 year ago)
I remember this being broadcast like it was yesterday. Such a lovely hotel, so very sad.

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