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  1. Thread: Women's Football

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    Re: Women's Football

    Well, as a female, I don't consider watching a lot of women kicking a ball around a step forward! And there will never be equality, and I don't think there should be. Fairness, yes; but fairness and...
  2. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    "I only want to help you, Ro-land." She was nice, if annoying!
  3. Re: Fashionable names of people mostly in the 1970s and 1980s

    I was just remembering a character in Crossroads in the '80s.

    If I remember rightly, her name was Beverley, but she decided she wanted to be known as Chloe. Anyway, I don't know if that's...
  4. Thread: Sweep

    by Clare
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    Re: Sweep

    Sweep's stunning rendition of Nessun Dorma...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4OGJ4oWBNs
  5. Thread: Sweep

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    Re: Sweep

    I loved Sweep! He was my favourite character!
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    I always liked its theme tune!
  7. Thread: Paul Darrow RIP

    by Clare
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    Re: Paul Darrow RIP

    RIP+


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljBXnsiULQo
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    There's a Two Ronnies sketch where Ronnie Barker impersonates Cleo Laine. I think he also did Tina Turner as well?
  9. Re: Real life Alan Partridge-alike radio presenters

    He's now on the new classical music station, Scala. (So are Anthea Turner, Mark Kermode, and William Orbit.)
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    Re: Eurovision song contest

    I guess that means Ireland will win next year, as I'm pretty sure Johnny Logan won in 1980, perhaps my earliest Eurovision memory.
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    Re: The Flashing Blade comedy version

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Waterfront_(TV_series)

    "The writer Russell T Davies, later a BAFTA Award-winner for his work on programmes such as Queer as Folk and Doctor Who, worked on the...
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    Re: The Flashing Blade comedy version

    It featured in "On The Waterfront".
  13. Re: RIP Jamie Lehane - Russell "Jacko" Morgan Grange Hill fame

    I think Brian was the one with floppy hair, and who had leukemia for a series. Jacko had dark hair, as I recall.

    RIP+
  14. Thread: Grange hill

    by Clare
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    Re: Grange hill

    I remember Helen calling the new GCSEs, "General Collapse of Secondary Education".
  15. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    They called him Selina!
  16. Thread: Alison bettles.

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    Re: Alison bettles.

    So, what's her daughter's name?!
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    Re: Brit movie/tv quiz.

    Brian Mosley, you mean.
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    Re: Brit movie/tv quiz.

    Oh yeah, I think I remember him. Did he have a cloth cap? Kenny something?
  19. Thread: Supermarkets

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    Re: Supermarkets

    When I lived in York, there were a few Jacksons. Are they still around, and in any other locations?
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    Re: Being famous in the 1980s

    I see Gwynneth Powell in there, but not Todd Carty?

    Also, there was another Paul Young (the singer in Sad Cafe and sometimes Mike + the Mechanics), deceased, alas.
  21. Thread: Supermarkets

    by Clare
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    Re: Supermarkets

    Bejam's became Iceland.

    Are Londis and Spar still around?

    I remember there being ads for Super VG.
  22. Re: Fashionable names of people mostly in the 1970s and 1980s

    There was a Rastafarian character in Grange Hill, called Glenroy Glenroy!
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    Re: Brit General Cinema Quiz.

    Sorry, I can't think of anything that I know anything about, off-hand.
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    Re: 80's songs you never hear on the radio these days

    Wasn't there a third song that he wrote but someone else sang? I'm thinking Niamh Kavanagh, perhaps? (I could easily look it up but trying to remember is more fun!)
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    Re: 80's songs you never hear on the radio these days

    "What's Another Year?" by Johnny Logan would be worth playing again.
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