Great old tv programmes

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  1. Trevor Morley's Tache

    Trevor Morley's Tache

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    Well, after all these years......
     
  2. KS55

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    The Magic Roundabout
     
  3. lefty goldblatt

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    Jimmy Hill (Cornwell) when he's on the vinegar strokes with Pam Slurry (Sessions) and his head goes through the wall " Johnnnny Hayyyyynes"

    ...and in Pam Slurry 's B&B
    Sting and Van Morrison doing cabaret
    " they're all laughing at yaz. Yar a fuckin orld jork, Van"
    "You sound like a budgerigar on crack, Sting" for me
     
  4. lucyblue

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    On the buses, being young i know I probably shouldn't like it but I do.
     
  5. TheBlueDune

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    Wellllll doggies!!

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  6. Big Swifty

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    Animal vegetable mineral
     
  7. crazyg

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    I still call a swimming pool a cement pond.
    And also Jed often saying "one of there days, I'm going to have a looong talk with that boy"!
     
  8. PinkFinal

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  9. bluethrunthru

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    pronounced "seement pond" ? A product of your - was it 8th? - grade education?
     
  10. bluethrunthru

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    No shame it that - if it works for you. It does have the odd chuckle contained in it even now I have to say.

    I am currently enjoying old episodes of van der Valk on YouTube - an early 70's Dutch detective in a DAF - good fun
     

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