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    Re: What songs make you happy??.... Or make you Cry?

    I am still on with the late 90s and more so given East 17's signifigance at Xmas with Stay Another Day, and that totaly amazing little un-known balled they had with Gabrielle - If You Ever,...
  2. Thread: Jotters.

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    Re: Jotters.

    Yeah it'd be Danny Kendall all over again,like he did in Series 10 indeed George!

    Personaly though - yeah my first secondary was a Sink School (so they never bothered to check them properly),...
  3. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    If New Series are'nt going to happen, Darren - I still think (or hope) the best that Phil could offer us, what actually happened between 2002 and 2003 (S25 and S26). So many people want answers to...
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    Re: The Seekers and Judith Durham

    I had run out of time, to edit the above post but thre are way way too many songs I love by Judith and The seekers

    Even re-hearing Geogie Boy after many years evoked great memories as did so...
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    Re: The Seekers and Judith Durham

    I had totaly forgot about "Moringtown" until a few years or 18 months or so back - what a hit that was

    It would be too un-fair to single any fave song out from Judith and The Seekers - even...
  6. Thread: T'Pau

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    Re: T'Pau

    An amazing group indeed. I always loved China In Your Hand - their best hit (and especially) when it extends mid song!

    As great as a group T'pau was - they deserved much more sucsess I think!
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    Re: which song gets you thinking about childhood

    Not exactly my childhood - but my early 20s and more so upon re-listening to the the Collaberation True-Stepers Feat Victoria Beckham and Dane Bowers, with their hit from 2000 that was onlu kept...
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    Re: Derek acorah...R I P

    Not as I was familar with Derek, but I got more familar when my late Step father watched "Most Haunted" on an afternoon/evening about 2 to 2 and half years back

    Derek seemed a smashing...
  9. Re: Going back to school after the Christmas holidays

    Though we both had terrible times at School George mate, I'd give anything for less innocent times - not in-particular school, but having "purposes" for the next day etc or remembering the TV...
  10. Footballing Legends Combined RIP Thread - RIP Jim Smith and Ron Saunders

    As both Ron and Jim were legends in their own particular Football-ing achievments and both managed Midlands Teams - Ron with Aston Villa and Jim Derby, and as both passed away so close by in...
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    Re: First Christmas song played in 2019

    I don't know sorry George - but i heard AFONY on Heart Yesterday afternoon and I certainly hope some of the main stations may play Non-stop though!
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    Re: First Christmas song played in 2019

    As usual (or in general) George, it is a Fairytale of New York, a few days back

    One Day (or Xmas rather) it is my ambition to fly into Pearl harbour/New York waterside (where most of the...
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    Re: The Seekers and Judith Durham

    I would love to hear this Hazel - i so admire the harony of the great ukulele
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    I agree with you here darren and about the Forces etc

    How on earth Dad's Army has survived repeatedly being shown as it is so Cheesy and not as it Glorify's war, but makes a mockery out of a...
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    I would hazzard at adding Step-Toe and Son - yeah it was a bit rascist, but I think it'd be banned for other reasons - though they are not easy to describe exactly!!

    Th Step-toe's to me ...
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    I doubt that even Bread would be allowed now - yeah they knew the system with the Doloe Office, but many people know such way's to cheat the Dole and could you imagine any mainstream Channel ...
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    Re: Hair styles you've had???

    What kinds George mate?!!, as as I say there are so many different versions of it!!
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    Going on Yesterday (or Thurs' Papers) - not that these are the exact words, just me interpreating them and this new ITV/BBC combo effort called BritBox - Fawlty Towers is considered iffy with...
  19. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    The British Isles needs it I think Daarren, like in the 70s all kids knew about School was soft imaginary shows like Billy The Kid etc, if it was dune as so it'd take TV back full swing to before...
  20. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    If Grange Hill is to come back - now is the time I think as Phil has the "Zammo idea" and as long as it's set in London like before why not!!?

    Like somebody said ( or rather what I read...
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    Re: Grange hill

    nIt is just a question of getting the BBC on-board I think Daren, but so far they are'nt interested - humours knows why though lol

    As for me regardless of Grange Hill - Phil is a very inflential...
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    Re: Grange hill

    So after a fantastic week of news - put simply can Phil redmond do"Mission Impossible" and bring GrangeHill back to our screens as has been so widly mentioned in the news! I hope so - I really do,...
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    Re: RIP Jean Fergusson - actress

    What a great talent Jean was indeed. I loved Jean's long stint as Howard's "bit on the side - Marina" in Last Of The Summer Wine giving the poor "Hen Pecked Guy" some respite from Pearl - which ...
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    RIP Leah Brackn;ll - Emmerdale Actress

    Itt is in Today's Papers that Leah who famously played Zoey Taite on Emmerdale sadly passed away from Cancer in Sept. Sadly Leah had had Cancer since 2016

    What an iconic character Zoey was...
  25. Thread: Old members

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    Re: Old members

    Which Footy Forum do u go on Zincubus mate? Most general ones I know of have died-off sadly!

    80sChav
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