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Random radio jottings: On the Light - Part 7 "From a factory somewhere in Britain"

Random radio jottings: On the Light - Part 7 "From a factory somewhere in Britain"

The Television Room: TV 111: Vision On (Left Bank Two) - Wayne Hill

Vision On was ostensibly a programme for children with learning difficulties but we all loved it - let's go to the gallery morph

The Glums Jimmy Edwards, June Whitefield, dick Bently 'Oh Ron. Yes Eth'

'Take It From Here' - BBC radio program - Jimmy Edwards, June Whitfield Dick Bentley - 1953 to 1960

Jimmy Clithero 'The Clithero Kid'. (This was before my time, but my parents have assured me this used to be on the radio, Sunday lunchtimes, they think??? "It's the Clithero Kid")

Jimmy Clithero 'The Clithero Kid'. (This was before my time, but my parents have assured me this used to be on the radio, Sunday lunchtimes, they think? "It's the Clithero Kid")

The Navy Lark was a spoof on the Senior Service and was one of the longest running comedy shows ever. The first series was set on an island off Portsmouth and later the antics took place aboard HMS Troutbridge. The crew consisted of the Number One, played by Dennis Price and later Stephen Murray, the Sub-Lieutenant (Leslie Phillips) a silly-ass whose cry of "Left hand down a bit" meant impending doom for whichever port they were docking in, or whatever vessel was nearby,

the navy lark at 50 classic comedy flagship the navy lark reaches 50 .

The Black & White Minstrel Show

The Black & White Minstrel Show was a popular British television show. A petition against it went to the BBC in The characters in Joe Egg make a few derogatory references about black people.

Picture Book was a Children's BBC TV series that first appeared in 1955. It was the Monday programme for weekday episodes of Watch with Mother.

Picture Book was a Children's BBC TV series that first appeared in It was the Monday programme for weekday episodes of Watch with Mother.

Z cars- proper tv cops - uk style-  z victor 1 to BD . . .

Z cars- proper tv cops - uk style- z victor 1 to BD . Believe it or not, that's a young Brian Blessed on the left.

Bill and Ben, the Flower Pot Men

December 18, 1952: Bill and Ben, the Flower Pot Men, first appear on TV's Watch with Mother

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