Rather brilliantly, someone has put up the very first episode of UK The Price is Right from 1984 up on Youtube. Between the ages of about four and seven, this was my favourite thing ever. It is fair to say I loved everything about this when growing up and watching this back I still sort… Read More »
The awesome videoarchives1000 has put up a full episode of Takeover Bid with Bruce Forsyth. So that’s nice isn’t it?
So it is of course the last episode of The Weakest Link this afternoon, rather shamefully sneaking out at 3:45pm on BBC1, after Cash In The Attic. The first one was 12 years ago, and someone put it on Youtube. Minor changes to the set and Anne Robinson’s persona aside, it’s not changed much in 12… Read More »
Bit quiet, so here’s some Just a Minute from Carlton television, 1994. This was the first version of JAM I saw on television and went out after the local 10:30pm news, it includes a mystery object round. Doesn’t Graham Norton look young?
What a pair of Bobby Dazzlers, etc. The UK Eurovision act is meant to be revealed sometime tonight. Engelbert Humperdinck is the name going round Twitter right now. Surely not? Edit: It’s Engelbert Humperdinck.
We’re (I am a) modern and hip kids (kid) on Bother’s Bar, just like that Channel 4. So here’s a post about a show I bloody loved when growing up, Glücksrad aka Wheel of Fortune in German, possibly my favourite version of all time mainly because of the styling and crucially, Klaus-Peter Sattler’s music. The best bit… Read More »