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

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

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!

The. Fenn Street Gang . A great spin off show about time after school and the…

The Fenn Street Gang - now I understand about Frankie Abbot's mum's burning logs (menopause pain in legs reference) 😉

Lone Ranger and Silver

From the it's The Lone Ranger & his horse, Silver. Hi-yo Silver, away! Clayton Moore was The Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels played his Indian sidekick, Tonto. Tonto's horse was named Scout.

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