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Wise Owl

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Today we’re off to Norwich and I’m sure when I was a kid sale of the century was said “And Now from Norwich it’s the quiz of the week” ??used to love watching that with me gran ?

What’s your childhood favs ?
 

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Z Cars, Champion the wonder horse, Fireball XL5. Earliest music programme I watched on t.v. was Jukebox Jury and 6-5 Special (look those 2 up). :giggle:
 
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Today we’re off to Norwich and I’m sure when I was a kid sale of the century was said “And Now from Norwich it’s the quiz of the week” ??used to love watching that with me gran ?

What’s your childhood favs ?
Nicholas Parsons,who presented it is still presenting 'Just a Minute' on radio and he's 95 years old.
 

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Supercar, JohnnyQuest, Dr Inlay's Bookcase, Emergency Ward 10, Fireball XL5, Stingray.... loads of old stuff
 

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obviously starskey & hutch & the Sweeney, but other less conventional ones like the water margin, monkey, the flashing blade, kung fu, tomorrow people, the champions, man in a suitcase, and in the late 70's/early 80's one of the channels was running a series of old 1950's US B-Movies, with things like them! and the blob

others, Hammer house of horror & tales of the unexpected!
 

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The champions and the untouchables with robert stack.

My mum used to let me stay up to watch the untouchables.

Seems like 100 years ago. :LOL:
 

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...with Anne Aston. Bob Monkhouse was replaced by Norman Vaughan, I think.
Monkhouse was not the original presenter but he left after a few years then returned after Norman Vaughans and Charlie Williams stint
 
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