16 British Things That Happened In 2020 That Were Good
A quick break from the usual programming of doom and gloom.
2020 has been a lot. But despite all the terrible things that have happened, there have actually been a few good things that happened in the UK this year, so lets take a look at them.
A single line from Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa started a good hygiene movement in schools across the country:
The powerhouse that is Munywa Chawawa kept us all entertained with videos that were as funny as they were catchy:
BBC News staff showed us their ~creative~ sides:
The world’s cutest sheep handler, Barley, took Ethel for a walk:
When the government refused to fund free school meals over half-term, Marcus Rashford called for us to all work together against child food poverty, and it led to some much-needed community spirit all over the country:
Nigella Lawson taught us the proper way to pronounce “microwave.”
Sophie Ellis-Bextor kept us dancing from home with her Kitchen Discos:
Strictly Come Dancing brought us some ~interesting~ choreography to the tune of The Simpsons theme.
Although it was shortlived, David Attenborough finally graced us with his presence over on Instagram:
This family found a clever way to stay connected:
After over 5000 episodes, series two of Eastenders finally dropped.