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    Re: Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day

    Just going off-line now to observe here... the local tv station televises from the Cenotaph down by the Empress hotel and Legislature buildings in Victoria, B.C.

    It's also my father's birthday......
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    Re: Supermarket pricing stickers

    My family ran a green grocers for years, not a chain, but we had some products that needed the price stickers and we had a price gun with a supply of rolls of the stickers, they might even be in a...
  3. Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    Aye (I fowled up the edit function and just missed it, for a correction of 1962-62 to 1962-63) :o
  4. Re: Favourite Books or stories from childhood.....

    Heidi by Joanna Spyri was one of my favorites, also Bambi by Felix Salten.

    I have some fond memories of those precious little Beatrix Potter books too with the tipped in colour-plate on the cover....
  5. Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    I watched some 1962-63 Z Cars and I think it holds up quite well surprisingly, but then it wasn't Dixon Of Dock Green. There's one show where a black family ends up locked out of their flat, it...
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    Re: The Seekers and Judith Durham

    There is a DVD with three '60s TV specials the original group made; it has a nice thick booklet with it too! They said they set viewing numbers records of some kind at the time. Two were more...
  7. Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    I watched some 1962-62 Z Cars and I think it holds up quite well surprisingly, but then it wasn't Dixon Of Dock Green. There's one show where a black family ends up locked out of their flat, it...
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    Re: Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day

    I think it's almost become bigger in more recent years. I remember special assemblies at school with a veteran giving a speech and slides, but now schools close. Another new thing though is people...
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    Re: Starsky and Hutch or the Professionals ?

    I never cared for Starsky & Hutch when it was on. Never watched in repeats either. I think they sold a lot of toy cars because of it, but I didn't get into it. I did like The Professionals... maybe...
  10. Thread: Catweazle

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    Re: Catweazle

    I still find myself calling things electrickery or the telephone a telling bone... and I haven't watched in a couple of years. I have the second season on DVD along with the first but I could've...
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    Re: RIP Leah Brackn;ll - Emmerdale Actress

    She was very good in Emmerdale. I think maybe the high point was the storyline where she was sectioned. Sorry to learn of her death at a fairly young age. :cry:
  12. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    I'd think Salford for Walker based on the fictional Jack and Annie Walker in Coronation Street. :o

    There's a modern program series airing here on Northumberland, the last one showed salmon fishing...
  13. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    I wish I could visit Leeds someday as my Mum's family all came from there; there are streets with the family names in the west, and I think still a farm in the southern part. Anyone want to figure...
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    Re: What was cheaper in the 1970s?

    Magazines, comic papers and softcover books seemed cheaper in the '70s, maybe adjusted for inflation they weren't really, but they seemed cheaper!
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    Re: Things that dont happen anymore

    People listening to the same radio station or program happened a lot in the '70s, now it must be pretty rare.
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    Re: Radio comedy shows

    I liked anything Peter Cook did on radio, especially his Sven Of Swiss Cottage call-ins. :)

    Did anyone listen to I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again? I know there was at least one LP record from it. It...
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    Re: which song gets you thinking about childhood

    Some early '80s flashback fodder for me...

    Don't You Want Me - Human League (played at a roller disco)
    Dreaming - Cliff Richard
    Another One Bites The Dust - Queen
    I Can't Go For That - Hall And...
  18. Re: Stupid things you were scared of when you were little.

    That's cute that that would be scary, I remember the scene of him having a spare head in a bucket, but it's good to have a bit of scary. That nose of his was terrifying enough! The only thing I...
  19. Thread: Mr bean

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    Re: Mr bean

    I can relate. Usually there was a group of non-sports boys and tom girls I could fit in with, we played something called square ball which needed four people and new people would come in when one of...
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    Re: Yesterday's future, today!

    Did anyone have any Project S.W.O.R.D. toys? I know they were sort of loosely tied to Gerry Anderson....
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    Re: Show Us Your Photography

    Nice photos! I took some of mine to a virtual jigsaw place (see my signature below)... some of you could do the same? I'd like to do some of these as puzzles, not always too happy with the quality...
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    Sticky: Re: A trip down memory lane

    I did two paper routes for a couple of years in Canada, but one was mostly all apartment buildings, which was really nice to have in the winter or if it was pouring rain! I also had a 24 hour gas...
  23. Re: TV Times 1970s ad with a 'Top Cat'-style cat?

    I did see an advert for a TV Times 'On The Buses special edition' on youtube, it was dated 1970, so I suppose it is possible someone may have saved it. Otherwise all I could find were for a couple of...
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    Re: Television of Yesteryear.

    The Strange Report has that swingin' sixties aspect to it as well with Anneke Wills (she was in a genuine swingin' sixties film too, The Pleasure Girls, 1965). Apparently they wanted to make a second...
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    Re: Brit Sitcom Game.

    I was going to say professional Geoffrey Palmer impersonator. It's funny, I can't remember at all either. :o
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