As I read the list in the first post, I thought about some of the old TV series that I really loved and one of best was a series called Out of Town, hosted by Jack Hargreaves. Anyone else remember this?
Well ,personally,as Anglophiles, we 'd like to see "Little Britain"and the "Monty Pythons " ,we really enjoyed both ,and the Prisoner,but that one has been repeated a lot ,and there doesn' t seem to be anything today vaguely on a par.... or am I missing something? Also, I never got into watching ITV I relised I have them...anything worth watching on itv 1,2,3,4? Greetings from Languedoc!
ITV4 always has a number of 70's series on continuous repeat. Currently The Professionals and The Sweeney are on twice a day, with the obligatory three five minute advertising slots breaking up the stories.
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Loved Gurney Slade. Watched it when it was broadcast in 1960. Up until then, I always dismissed Newley as another middle-of-the road crooner; it must have taken some chutzpah to do something as quirky and original as that, and get it broadcast on prime-time national TV.