This Week in History

September 29, 1954: The European Organization for Nuclear Research, popularly known as CERN, is established.

September 30, 1960: Animated series The Flintstones premieres on TV.

October 1, 1935: English actress and singer Julie Andrews is born.

October 2, 1985: American actor Rock Hudson passes away.

October 3, 1952: UK tests its first atomic bomb.

October 4, 1957: The Soviet Union launches world’s first artificial satellite, Sputnik.

October 5, 1962: Fictional British spy, James Bond, featured on the big screen for the first time in Dr. No.