Many cinemaphiles consider Capt. Kirk and Lt. Uhura the first TV couple to push the boundaries and perform the first interracial kiss on screen ever. But they weren't actually the first characters to break this ground: six year before their performance a white woman kissed a black man in the 1962 televised play of "You in Your Small Corner". Such displays of affection were unknown not only for British TV of those times, but also for the whole world. The plot involves Dave, a young, intellectual, middle class Jamaican man (played by Lloyd Reckord), who becomes involved with Terry, a white, working class woman (Elizabeth MacLennan).

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