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Tito Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Michael Jackson, Randy Jackson, Jermaine Jackson perform at Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever, celebrating 25 years of Motown. Michael Jackson later performed the moonwalk for the first time.
Cast members from the television series "M*A*S*H*" react to executive producer Burt Metcalfe's final wrap call, Jan. 14, 1983 in Los Angeles. It was the final scene of the show's 11-year run. From left are: Loretta Swit, Mike Farrell, with arms around Swit, David Ogden Stiers, Harry Morgan and Alan Alda.
The Rolling Stones sign a new $28 million contract with CBS Records, the largest recording contract in history at the time.
The five presenters of TV-AM Breakfast television which began broadcasting on 1st February 1983 - from left to right (back) Robert Kee, David Frost and Michael Parkinson, (front) Anna Ford and Angela Rippon.
The first Now That's What I Call Music album is released, November 28th 1983. Opening track: You Can't Hurry Love by Phil Collins
PC David Randall, 45, a traffic policeman from Eltham fits the new wheel clamps at a London police car compound. The clamps are to be used by the Metropolitan Police from May 16th to immobilise cars parked illegally in some areas of London. May 1983
Phil Lynott performs his final show with Thin Lizzy in Nuremberg, Germany, 4th September 1983.