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You're needing to find someone more current lily!
Eric McCormack's doing it for me just now! (Will from Will and Grace) His new show's a load of old tosh but he's looking good!
Does anyone else love Dave Allen as much as I do? His shows were just wonderful. Sadly missed.
What about The Flashing Blade in the summer hols Classic! Martin's neighbour was called Paul. Love that show also The Brittas Empire
How about radio programmes?
I remember listening to Uncle Mac and Listen with Mother
On TV The Onedin Line,James Gilmore was easy on the eye too
I'm 28 and starting to think I must have spent my childhood locked in a cupboard. I don't remember Lassie or Little House on the Parie.
Deprived childhood then Clarington ...........
Never heard of anyone who has no memory of Lassie.
I think having a little brother obsessed with Thomas The Tank Engine did it for my chances of ever getting near a television. I can still remember most of those stories by heart!
Lulu do you mean ever decreasing circles?
Yes fairy I loved DaveAllen. Both no longer with us. Quite like Gino D'campo or Phillip Scofield can't think of anyone in films or tv at the mo. Will have a ponder with a cuppa !
Do you know, I can't think of any newish one, must be getting very picky.
Used to like Richard Gere oh yes and I do like Michael Buble.
Oh sorry lulu, just googled the flashing blade, sorry never heard of it
sooty and sweep .with there friends sue .ramsbottom snake and butch
Gilly - you've lost the plot- it was Peter Gilmore! I loved the Onedin Line and was lucky enough to see Peter Gilmore in a production of Noises Off many years ago. He was excellent.
Just as well you posted archie- us laydees were getting a bit carried away!
And I remember the original Sooty and Sweep, Andy Pandy and the Woodentops...even though I'm so young..
Clarington, I feel I should restore your sanity and let you into secret . . . . we're not really 27!
ssssssshhhhhh! Don't tell anyone
4thPanda wrote (see)
Clarington, I feel I should restore your sanity and let you into secret . . . . we're not really 27! ssssssshhhhhh! Don't tell anyone
you speak for yourself
I fear my sanity was long gone.
Besides I feel like I'm 82 and in dire need of an afternoon nap so it all balances out!!
Just listening to radio, which reminded me of Mark Wright, bit old for me I know, cos i'm only 20
the good old days . BBC 2 ?????
This Heart, I think your thinking of Steve Wright. Not that I know who he is My older sister told me
I loved Paddington bear. I bought my young sister some books and used to read them to her, when she fell asleep I kept reading. Loved it when Paddington found a sixpence in his Christmas pudding and thinking he'd eaten it Mr. Brown tipped him upside down and gave him a good shake. I won't tell about the lawnmower ending up in the tree.
Fairygirl wrote (see)
You're up early for a 19 year old then! Lily- I liked Michael Landon from LH on the P when he was in Bonanza.
You're up early for a 19 year old then!
Lily- I liked Michael Landon from LH on the P when he was in Bonanza.
Something else we have in common Fg
As for nowadays .... Robert Webb
What was that love thing with I think Simon Bates in the mornings- I used to love that