Welcome to my70stvchildhood.com

Thanks for visiting our website. If you haven't had chance to listen to our podcast, you can do so either by using the embedded player on this site or by visiting Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, your normal podcast provider or our host, Buzzsprout at my70stvchildhood.buzzsprout.com I was inspired to start the podcast by endless conversations with friends of mine of a similar vintage who grew up in Britain during the 1970's. It's popular to have a pop at the decade "that taste forgot" and, with hindsight, dressing us all up…

Continue ReadingWelcome to my70stvchildhood.com

Quiz #16: Results Time!

Hello  and welcome back to the My70s TV Childhood Quiz. In this episode, we delve into the nostalgia of 1970s Britain, exploring the pivotal role that television played in shaping our childhood memories. Our quiz consists of 20 questions spread across 4 rounds, each designed to test your knowledge of 1970s television and ignite fond recollections of the past. Round One - What's the Food? What was described as "central heating for kids" in an iconic advert?Answer: Ready Brek. Which Rowntree confectionery used the catchphrase "A man's gotta chew what a…

Continue ReadingQuiz #16: Results Time!

Test Your 70s TV Knowledge: Quiz #16

Hello again, and welcome back to the My 70s TV Childhood Quiz. We are a quiz based on the immensely popular My 70s TV Childhood podcast, which looks back at what it was like to grow up as a child in 1970s Britain. And the important part that television played in our lives then.  As usual, our quiz will be 20 questions, spread over 4 rounds of 5 questions each, and will be based upon 1970s television, and some of the things we've mentioned in the 90 odd episodes of the…

Continue ReadingTest Your 70s TV Knowledge: Quiz #16

Commercial Break 3: Food and Drink

Welcome back to “My 70’s TV Childhood,” In this episode, we're exploring the world of 1970s advertisements, focusing on the moreish topic of food and drink. Advertisements from this era reflected the cultural norms and changes in lifestyle of the time. It was a golden age, with talented individuals like Ridley Scott, Fay Weldon, and Salman Rushdie leaving their mark on the industry. These adverts didn't just sell products; they captured the essence of daily life and influenced our choices in subtle yet powerful ways. To give you a flavour… The…

Continue ReadingCommercial Break 3: Food and Drink

End of content

No more pages to load