Let's face it, 2020 hasn't exactly been an ordinary year. In the UK, two things have dominated the headlines: Covid and Brexit. But there have been plenty of other events going on - some of which you might have forgotten.
Coronavirus outbreak in China.
Britain leaves the EU.
Kicked the bucket
Author Mary Higgins Clark, 92.
Medium Derek Acorah, 69.
Actor Christopher Beeny, 78. (Upstairs Downstairs)
Actor Alan Harris, 81 (The Empire Strikes Back)
French vintner Georges Duboeuf, 86. (Le roi du Beaujolais)
American actor Edd Byrnes, 87. (Kookie in 77 Sunset Strip)
Monty Python star Terry Jones, 77.
Academic Christopher Tolkien, 95.
LA Lakers basketball star Kobe Bryant, 41.
Actor Derek Fowlds, 82. (Yes Prime Minister, Heartbeat, Basil Brush Show)
Actor and presenter Nicholas Parsons, 96.
Coronavirus continues to spread. Japanese cruise ship affected.
Five dead in Turkish avalanche.
33 rescuers buried by second Turkish avalanche.
Storm Dennis brings massive floods to UK. A month of rain overnight.
Outcry over press treatment of TV presenter Caroline Flack.
Pushing up daisies
TV director Gene Reynolds, 96. (M*A*S*H, Lou Grant)
Singer Pearl Carr, 98.
TV presenter Caroline Flack, 40. (Found hanged)
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak , 91.
Coronavirus divides the country over what should be done.
FA cancels all matches.
Panic buying empties shelves. Toilet rolls unavailable.
UK closes schools.
Government introduces package of aid for businesses.
US blocks all flights from Europe.
Bank of England interest rate cut to 0.1%
Total lockdown of UK. No-one allowed out except for food and medicine.
Prince Charles tests positive for Covid-19.
Met the angels
Actor Max von Sydow, 90.
Chef Michel Roux, 79.
Quiz star Dave Rainford, 51. (Eggheads)
Actor, comedian Roy Hudd, 83.
Actor Lyle Waggoner, 84. (Wonder Woman)
Actor David Collings, 79. (Scrooge, The Invisible Woman)
Folk singer Julie Felix, 81.
Country singer Kenny Rogers, 81.
Shortage of supplies and testing kits hampers NHS response to Coronavirus.
PM hospitalised with Coronavirus. Goes into intensive care.
Scotland's health minister resigns after admitting travel to second home.
Queen broadcasts to the nation.
Trump wants to mine the moon.
99-year-old Captain Tom Moore raises £25million plus for NHS.
Trump suggests injecting bleach to cure Covid-19.
Hugh McGinnis - comedian Eddie Large, 78. (Coronavirus)
The Virginian James Drury, 85.
Actress Honor Blackman, 94. (Bond girl Pussy Galore)
Actor Jay Benedict, 68. (Emmerdale, Aliens, Foyle's War. Coronavirus)
Racing driver Sir Stirling Moss, 90.
Comedian Tim Brooke-Taylor, 79. (The Goodies, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Coronavirus)
Footballer Peter Bonetti, 78.
TV presenter Lynn Faulds Wood, 72.
Actress Jill Gascoine, 83. (The Gentle Touch, C.A.T.S. Eyes, The Onedin Line)
Bollywood star Irrfan Khan, 53.
Indian actor Rishi Kapoor, 67.
Lockdown continues but Boris says ease up slightly.
UK Coronavirus death toll passes 30,000.
UK has second highest death rate in the world.
Lost the battle
Millie Small, 73. (My Boy Lollipop)
Magician Roy Horn, 75. (Siegfried and Roy. Coronavirus)
Singer songwriter Little Richard, 87.
Rock singer Brian Howe, 66. (Bad Company)
British rapper Ty, 47. (Coronavirus)
Actor comedian Jerry Stiller, 92. (Zoolander, Seinfeld)
Schools start to go back after lockdown.
US fighter jet crashes in North Sea.
Actor Corey Fischer, 75. (M*A*S*H, Brewster McCloud, McCabe & Mrs. Miller. Complications from a brain aneurysm.)
Singer Ricky Valance, 84. (Tell Laura I love Her)
Forces Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn, 103. (We'll Meet Again)
Lockdown measures relaxed. Pubs, restaurants, museums reopening.
Except in Leicester, which goes back into lockdown.
In a better place
Barbadian cricketer Sir Everton Weekes, 98.
Scottish actor Maurice Roeves, 83. (The Scobie Man, The Sweeney, Star Trek)
Government launches "Eat Out to Help Out" scheme to help failing restaurants.
National Hunt jockey Stan Mellor, 83. (Champion Jockey 1960-62)
Didn't make it
Cricketer David Capel, 57. (Brain tumour)
Track and Trace tracks but doesn't contact anyone.
Rock guitarist Eddie Van Halen, 65.
Footballer Bob Wilson, 77.
Actor Johnny Depp loses "wifebeater" libel case.
Comedian John Sessions, 67.
Covid vaccinations start in the UK
Over the rainbow bridge
Former French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing, 94.