Candid Camera TV Show with Allen Funt - When it's least expected - you're elected. You're the star today Smile! You're on Candid Camera! With a hocus-pocus - you're in focus. It's your lucky day Smile"!

1st TV broadcast of "Waltons" on CBS - Sept 13, 1972

The Waltons. I think we thought of ourselves as the Walton's .we had a lot of kids and a Mary Ellen! Did the "Good Night Mary Ellen, good night John Boy" a lot

Catweazle. - I loved the TV series!

Beast Quest #39 KRESTOR by Adam Blade - NEW

Catweazle BY Richard Carpenter S Hand - REMEMBER CATWEAZLE- travelling from medieval times to our times. He has a "bone ache" (headache) such fun to watch

Basil Brush! Top entertainment........... Boom,Boom ....

The first book I ever borrowed from the library, aged was Basil Brush goes Boating. My lovely wee brother bought me a toy Basil Brush for my tenth birthday.

Crackerjack - it was Friday night at 5 to 5 I served Leslie Crowther at my saturday job shop once but too shy to present his change with a cheery "Crackerjack" !!

Crackerjack - it was Friday night at 5 to 5 Leslie Crowther and Peter Glazer

Puppets Andy, Teddy and Looby Loo first appeared on BBC TV on this day 11th July 1950. The episodes were repeated for more than 25 years until the film wore out. I remember my brother hiding behind the sofa when Looby Lou came on lol.

Puppets Andy, Teddy and Looby Loo first appeared on BBC TV on this day July The episodes were repeated for more than 25 years until the film wore out. I had an Andy Pandy doll that i named Peter.Which is really funny as i married a man named Peter ;

Remembering some of the Crossroads characters... Brenda, Benny, Jane, etc. I met Noele Gordon way back in the early 70s when she was opening a supermarket in Ipswich!

Remembering some of the Crossroads characters. Brenda, Benny, Jane, etc. I met Noele Gordon way back in the early when she was opening a supermarket in Ipswich!

Pinky and Perky - I watched them avidly and even had their vinyl record!

'Pinky and Perky' British children's TV series created by two Czechoslovaks who settled in Yorkshire in Jan & Vlasta Dalibor.Pinky & Perky were twin boy pigs. Perky always wore a hat & they danced & mimed to the pop music of the day.

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