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    Re: Confessions of a teenage love addict?

    You - this was an adaptation of Diary of a Teenage Health freak - a book I read religiously as a teenager.

    The TV adaptation was great (although it did stray a bit far from the original book) as...
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    Re: Horror presenter in mask...

    Bongo! thats it! Cheers Huggie :)

    The reason I've been looking for it is because there is a girl at work who has the same sort of bone structure and she reminded me of him.

    Wished the BBC would...
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    Re: Horror presenter in mask...

    Nope - wasn't Tales from the Crypt.

    It was British and it was a short sting before the main movie - I think it was a season of horror films being shown on BBC2 or Channel 4.

    He spoke with a...
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    Horror presenter in mask...

    Anyone remember series of horror films on TV in the late 80s or early 90s that were a presented by an actor in a horror mask and costume sitting in an armchair(I think).

    Had a feeling it may have...
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    Standing/dome cinemas

    Does anyone remember a type of cinema where the audience stood up and the cinema itself was a dome and the film (usually a short of a rollercoaster ride) was projected to fill most of your vision....
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    Re: mid 80s or early 90s spaceship game...

    Bingo!! Zaxxon - thought it was something like that. Always remember the spaceship to be white thought.

    Cheers :)
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    Zero magazine for computer games

    Might be in the wrong thread here but it was a computer game based magazine... Did anyone read Zero other than me?

    It was completly different to other gaming mags as it was full of humour. It used...
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    mid 80s or early 90s spaceship game...

    What game had a white spaceship pointing from bottom-left to top-right over a 3D scene that was made up of walls you had to shoot to fly through...

    I think the title was a single word but can't be...
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    Re: 1980s BBC kids Christmas series...

    Thats it! Cheers for that :)

    Seems he didn't have a whispy 'tache but he did have a long drop from his nose to his mouth - wierd the stuff you focus on as a kid.

    So was it any good? Is it worth...
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    1980s BBC kids Christmas series...

    Anyone remember a show in the mid/late 80s on Childrens BBC about a boy who lived with his old aunty/grandmother.

    I think the boy's name was Tully or Tunny and as far as I could remember he had...
  11. Ad with Herne the Hunter type of character...

    Does anyone remember an ad from around mid-80s - I think it was for motor oil or something similar...

    There was a family driving down a dark country lane or through a wood and there was a man who...
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    Re: Help

    Wendy Craig - Nanny?
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    Teenage Health Freak

    Anyone remember this show??? - it was aired in the early 90's (about 1991) when I was about 16.

    I'd read the book years earlier (my parents bought it for me as it contained all the stuff a growing...
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    Re: Jaws

    Me and the missus watched it too - we watch it all the time - one of our favourite movies - we sit and quote it and have the original poster hanging over the stairs...

    ...the thing is, as a child...
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    Re: EYE board game

    Whoa... there it is...

    Did anyone who had this game learn to play it? With that spinning board thing and the box it came in it held so much prommise - but made absolutely no sense watsoever.

    I...
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    Re: The Little Yellow Van...

    Nope - it was more like the trotters 3 wheeler - but it had 4 wheels. Was out around the same time as Barnaby the Bear...
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    Re: First computer

    Speccy 16k

    10 PRINT "MICHAEL RULES OK"
    20 GOTO 10
    >RUN

    ...then a BBC Micro... then a Commodore Amiga 500...
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    Re: What Did You Really Want off Santa?

    I wanted a Giraffe.

    Needles to say the fat man didn't deliver.
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    The Little Yellow Van...

    Anyone remember a cartoon for very young kids about a little yellow van?

    We watched it in primary school after lunch on one of those big tellys on a stand with the doors on.

    The year was about...
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    EYE board game

    Does anyone remember a board game from the late 80s/early 90s called EYE.

    It was a board the had two plastic spirals siraling the opposite direction to each other, with one on top of the other -...
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    Re: Favorite Jingle

    I loved the quite trumpet jingle that was at the end of every Castrol GTX Oil advert where the oil fills up the spanner...
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    Re: Your favorite 80's band?

    Huey Lewis and the News...
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    Re: raleigh burners

    Had a black and gold super burner - was the best bike on our estate...

    ...seeing those pics above makes me want to get an old one and do it up...

    ...how much do they go for on ebay? and could...
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    Re: Computer Magazines

    Best game mag ever was Zero for the Commodore Amiga and the Atari ST - they used to review games, but the humour in them was fantastic. They'd have some wierd sections and thing like sending...
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    Re: Middle-class computing

    I had a BBC - my parents got it for me because it was what they used in school and apparently computers were 'the future'. My mates used to laugh at me because they had Commodore 64s and could play...
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