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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    Oh, never knew they came with a record.. wow.
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    "The Unexplained" - These books are wonderful. I have the full collection in the atic.
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    Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    Though I already have my copy, it's quite something that this is getting a re-issue.

    https://www.thebookseller.com/news/usborne-reissue-cult-70s-title-ghosts-1022216
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    Re: Rita Sue & Bob Too

    I was at the school (Buttershaw Upper School) in Bradford where it was filmed at the time of the filming. I remember the producers coming and asking for people to appear in the film and auditions...
  5. Re: Hi there - my Dad is the main artist for Weetabix promos during 70's & 80's.

    I grew up in the late '70s & 'early '80s. I loved drawing and copying the Weetabix characters myself to make my own cartoons. Having looked at your site, I remember many of the trading cards that...
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    Re: Partworks (Orbis) The Unexplained

    I have the complete original collection in the attic, published in 1980; some nice articles in them and mostly in full colour too. Here's some pics.
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    Re: The Legend of Boggy Creek

    Well, I thought it was broadcast in the late '70s but here's the listing from pages of Genome 1981;

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    Monster Movie! The Legend of Boggy Creek
    A true story ...
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    Halloween - Turnip/Swede Lanterns

    When I was growing up in the 70s/80s I never saw a pumpkin at a market or supermarket. I remember my mum would carve out a lantern from either a turnip or swede. A small candle would be put inside...
  9. BFI: Public Information Films Available Online

    New from the BFI, these are some of the best remembered PIFs from the 40s-90s, but this time in much better quality that you can find on TVARK/elsewhere. Some bring back the feeling for me of life...
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    Re: Channel 4 late night music show circa 2000

    Thanks for the reply but sorry, Jam was the Chris Morris thing and the other 'Mind's Eye' was again far too early.
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    Re: Channel 4 late night music show circa 2000

    Nope - and that's in 1988 not 1999/2000. Anyone else?
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    Channel 4 late night music show circa 2000

    So I remember watching this new music show on Channel 4 late at night (maybe 1am) around 1999/2000 that hosted the latest indie/electronic/leftfield music scene. It had no presenters. It simply...
  13. Thread: Trainer Trends

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    Re: Trainer Trends

    Ah, such a late bloomer. :)

    Here's another pair I had. The front of the shoe has that mesh-type fabric that let in rain and water when you ran through a puddle and soaked your feet.
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    Re: Trainer Trends

    I give you the perennial Green Flash.

    https://forums.doyouremember.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=4367&stc=1

    I had a pair like these with the velcro fasteners.
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    Re: Trainer Trends

    No no, I had the white ones in the middle. The others look hideous Darren. :rolleyes:
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    Re: Trainer Trends

    I had these Pony trainers that my Mum bought from a catalogue. They looked 'beauty' with my stone-washed blue jeans.

    https://forums.doyouremember.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=4366&stc=1
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    Re: what tv show have you been watching.

    Halt and Catch Fire. Recently finished season 1 and 2. As someone who grew up in the late 70s/80s I love this drama that's starts in '83 and is set in an electronics company with maverick coders,...
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    Re: hillards supermarkets

    In the late 70s on cold, rainy evenings, my Mum and Dad would take me to Heckmondwike to collect my Dad's wages every Thursday. We would then do the weekly shopping at Hallards pictured here;
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    Re: gang bang

    Rita, Sue & Bob Too was filmed at my school when I was there at the time, sometime around '86 I think. I remember the the production company asking for pupils to appear in the film. The school was...
  20. Thread: T'Pau

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    Re: T'Pau

    Bridge of Spies was the first LP record I bought. Apart from China in your Hands and Heart and Soul, there wasn't many songs I liked that much. Used to fancy Carol though.
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    Re: Recommend a TV series !

    Benson Season One (DVD). You can pick this up on most places online on DVD or even buy on iTunes. I watched them at the time when they were on ITV in the early 80s. I would say that most of them...
  22. Re: Films that were on TV a lot as a child, but you have never seen since.

    I would say every Laurel & Hardy film. I grew up in the 70s/80s watching these on tele during the daytime. They were shown usually in the School Holidays and then BBC Two showed them at lunchtimes. ...
  23. Re: who are the best brit comedy actors, actresses of the 70's,80's,90's.

    Leonard Rossiter in Rising Damp. He created one of the very best British characters of all time. No one could match his intensity.
  24. Thread: Live Aid 1985

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    Re: Live Aid 1985

    Just watched the 4 Disk DVD set at the weekend with my older Sister (we watched it together back in '85). Sting was pretty selfish doing a set minus the rest of the Police but singing a stripped...
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    Re: School / Educational television programmes

    Used to watch Look and Read when I was at first school in the late 70s. I was a bit scared of that disembodied head thing!.

    Here's some links I have for schools TV;
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