Uncovered footage reveals 'first' interracial kiss on TV, before Star Trek - CNN - the first interracial kiss on television


First interracial kiss on British TV rediscovered - BBC News the first interracial kiss on television

The first interracial kiss on television is a much debated topic concerning who the first two persons of different races to kiss on television were. For a time, it was.

In the "Plato's Stepchildren" episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, first broadcast November 22, , Uhura and Captain Kirk kiss. The episode is popularly cited as the first example of a scripted interracial kiss on United States television.

Newly uncovered footage from the British Film Institute (BFI) shows a black man and a white woman kissing in a televised play of "You in Your Small Corner," in In s Britain such displays of affection were unheard of on the small screen, and the institute believes this is.

On Nov. 22, , an episode of “Star Trek” titled “Plato's Stepchildren” broadcast the first interracial kiss on American television. The episode's.

But now the British Film Institute has discovered an even earlier instance of the televised interracial kiss. A Granada Play of the Week.