This Week in History

5 May, 1934: First film of The Three Stooges franchise is released.

6 May, 1961: George Clooney, an American actor, director, producer and screenwriter, is born.

7 May, 1895: Alexander Popov demonstrates the world's first radio receiver.

8 May, 1978: Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler climb Mount Everest without oxygen supply.

9 May, 1986: Nepalese mountaineer, Tenzing Norgay dies.

10 May, 1994: Nelson Mandela becomes South Africa's first black president.

11 May, 1981: Bob Marley, Jamaican/ American singer-songwriter and guitarist, dies.