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2 minutes ago, Angel57 said:

The Champions have been on various freeview channels lately!

I know -- reliving my youth -- well when I was a little 'un. The story lines still hold up 🙂

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56 minutes ago, Rupert2251 said:

Lol very clever kangaroo was our Skip😁

 

What's the difference between a kangaroo and a kangaroot ??:classic_unsure:

 

Ones an Australian animal, and ...

 

The other is a Geordie stuck in an elevator :classic_ohmy::classic_wink:

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1 minute ago, bobstheboy said:

Not as early as most mentioned but who was addicted to The Waltons ?  Goodnight John Boy !

Only if Little House On Prairie weren't on telly :classic_smile:

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6 minutes ago, bobstheboy said:

Not as early as most mentioned but who was addicted to The Waltons ?  Goodnight John Boy !

I was, I watched it with my dad before he went to work ( nights). Then there was Alias Smith and Jones, I think my mum fancied Pete Duel 😉

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13 minutes ago, Harry Peterson said:

Hey Zap - ITV in the London area, back in the late 50s?  You too?

Certainly, but one of my favourites back then was the flowerpot men, I think BBC in black and white. 

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29 minutes ago, ccpm said:

Torchy was on midlands TV too. Brothers and I were in awe.

Sorry - forgot all about the Midlands, which probably got ITV not long after London.  I know it was rather later in the Anglia region, but they did have a splendid theme, with a knight on a horse!

 

For those who missed out on Torchy, it was a pretty hi-tech CGI production known the world over for its production standards:

 

 

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1 hour ago, yorkshirephil said:

 

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I wasn't putting it forward for its quality, merely its age, however something even older that I can remember watching on my mates TV well before we had a TV, this was back in junior school days.

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Have you forgotten Muffin the Mule!!😁 I can also remember watching Dixon of Dock Green on my Grannies TV, it had a weird screen that magnified the picture.

Definitely showing my age😂

Molly 

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3 hours ago, kalos said:

 

What's the difference between a kangaroo and a kangaroot ??:classic_unsure:

 

Ones an Australian animal, and ...

 

The other is a Geordie stuck in an elevator :classic_ohmy::classic_wink:

Serves me right for reading a 'Kalos Kwip' while drinking a JD🤣🤣

Stings a bit when it comes down the nose doesn't it?🤧

Avril

 

 

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32 minutes ago, sagaris said:

Have you forgotten Muffin the Mule!!😁 I can also remember watching Dixon of Dock Green on my Grannies TV, it had a weird screen that magnified the picture.

Definitely showing my age😂

Molly 

Me too. Gran had a TV like that and we'd watch Charlie Chan.  Strange when you look back to when TV programmes were broadcast for a few hours each evening, and ending with the National Anthem and the disappearing dot.

Avril

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2 hours ago, terrierjohn said:

I wasn't putting it forward for its quality, merely its age, however something even older that I can remember watching on my mates TV well before we had a TV, this was back in junior school days.

I should have said the programme was Billy Bean and his Funny Machine.

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