Remember you were a Womble, and as a fan bought their records?!!
The 1970s was truly the Golden Age of the Novelty Record, but only the Wombles, Goodies and Smurfs went beyond having one off hit records!!
Harry Corbett OBE (born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England, UK, January 28th, 1918- died in Weymouth, Dorset, England, UK, August 17th 1989 aged 71) was the original presenter of The Sooty Show. Deafness in one ear precluded Corbett from pursuing his musical ambitions although he did have a spell playing piano in the world famous Guiseley fish and chip restaurant owned by his mother's brother Harry Ramsden. His parents also had a fish and chip business in Guiseley called Springfields, which…
Associated TeleVision was a television company that was part of the Independent Television networks in United Kingdom between 1955 and 1981. The network was formed as a means of two separate British companies to bid for one of the initial ITV franchises prior to its 1955 startup between the Associated Broadcasting Development Company and the Independent Television Corporation as founded by talent agents Lew Grade and Prince Littler. The network initially held a franchise weekdays in the...
The Young Ones...Brilliant!!
Everything you ever wanted to know about what it's like to be a young Uni (university) student in London, England. One of the best farcical British comedies. It also makes me miss England even more!
Peter Purves, Valerie Singleton and John Noakes will host 50th anniversary Blue Peter
Three famous former Blue Peter presenters have shared their memories of the children's programme, as they prepare to celebrate its 50th anniversary next week.