Classic TV

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Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless. Film Theatre and Television award winning actresses. Cagney and Lacey. Cagney And Lacey, Tyne Daly, Mode Ab 50, Look Formal, Advanced Style, Ageless Beauty, Aging Gracefully, Mode Inspiration, Old Women

Thought for the week …#13 – Cagney and Lacey

"Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter." Mark Twain This is how I imagine camparigirl and me to be in our 70s.…

Prisoner Cell Block H. Australian drama that we stayed up late to see on B & W TV in the early in the days before we could record on VHS tapes. Some of the screws were decent Janes. 1980s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, 80s Tv, Old Tv Shows, Orange Is The New Black, Classic Tv, Music Tv, The Good Old Days, Favorite Tv Shows

Prisoner: Cell Block H - Vol. 25 (Ep. 385-400) - 4-DVD Set ( Caged Women ) ( Women Behind Bars ) by Alan Hopgood

Buy Prisoner: Cell Block H - Vol. 25 (Ep. 385-400) - 4-DVD Set ( Caged Women ) ( Women Behind Bars ) by Alan Hopgood from Amazon's Movies Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

Victor Meldrew - same dress sense as my Grandad, and a catch phrase that used to make us chuckle when I grew up hehehe British Comedy, British Actors, Richard Wilson, Comedy Actors, Southern Sayings, Television Program, Classic Tv, Haha Funny, Man Humor

How valuing friends makes twilight years the happiest

As people grow old they become cantankerous, grumpy and generally unhappy with their lot in life, according to popular portrayal.

On the Buses. It was about the life of a bus driver and his conductor working on the No. 11 bus that ran to the Cemetery Gates. They were employed by Luxton and District Bus Depot and answerable to an Inspector who was the bain of their lives. British Tv Comedies, British Comedy, British Books, Comedy Tv, Comedy Show, Uk Tv Shows, Vintage Television, Television Program, Kids Tv

About On The Buses - British Comedy Guide

An article about the British comedy show On The Buses.

Ian Lavender holding his stamp Comedy Actors, Comedy Song, British Humor, British Comedy, Song Search, Dad's Army, Home Guard, Classic Comedies, Nostalgia

Don't panic! Stamps mark Dad's Army's 50th

Royal Mail says it hope the special edition stamps from the classic sitcom "will raise plenty of smiles".

A tribute to Colargol, also known as Jeremy (or Barnaby) the bear, a French-Polish stop motion animation character. 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Childhood Toys, Sweet Memories, Children's Comics, Morning Cartoon, Kids Tv, 80s Kids, Classic Tv


Barnaby the Bear's my name. Never call me Jack or James. Barnaby was sung and narrated by Brian Cant I think? I remember a little bear skipping ...

Lizzie Birdsworth - Prisoner Cell Block H Wiki Drama Series, Tv Series, Wentworth Prison, Classic Tv, Back In The Day, Tv Shows, Actresses, Actors, Film

Lizzie Birdsworth

"Bugger it." Elizabeth Josephine Birdsworth appeared on Prisoner from Episodes 001 to 418. Lizzie is one of the eldest inmates in the prison, and she gets released multiple times to end up back in prison. Lizzie is finally released into the care of her real son.

It took me years to realise her name was Beatie because BT! Tv Adverts, Old Advertisements, Retro Advertising, Tv Ads, 1980s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Vintage Tv, Vintage Photos

british telecom advert

Beattie argues her daughter other version

In pictures: Cadbury adverts 1980s Childhood, Childhood Memories, Life Is Like, What Is Life About, Media Psychology, Remember The Time, Retro Ads, Pictures Of The Week

She's 'still got it' apparently...

The 'she' in question being the Cadbury's Caramel Rabbit. Hard to believe but it has been 8 years since she last urged us to 'take it easy' with Cadbury's Caramel... She was a little vixen of a rabbit, but sweet...

The Sweeney with John Thaw as Det. Jack Regan, Ernie Wise as Ernie Wise, Eric Morecambe as Eric Morecambe and Dennis Waterman and Det. Larry Grayson, The Sweeney, British Comedy, British Actors, Top Comedies, Morecambe, Vintage Tv, Old Tv, Humor

1978 was Britain's unhappiest year? What rot, says ROGER LEWIS

ROGER LEWIS: 1978 was beyond question the greatest year of my life, and not only because I passed my A-levels and went off to university, for free, on a full grant. Pictured: Dallas.