That’ll Never Catch On: Tomorrow’s World

Welcome to "My 70s TV Childhood". Firstly, I’m elated to share that our podcast has secured a nomination for the UK Independent Podcast Awards 2023. The journey to this point has been incredible, and it's all thanks to you. Your unwavering support, whether it's through tuning in, sharing your feedback, or spreading the word, has been instrumental in this recognition. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU to our wonderful community. Let's keep our fingers crossed for the awards ceremony. After returning from my summer break, I've taken some time…

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The Quiz #3, -The My 70’s TV Childhood Quiz – The Answers

Hello, everyone! Welcome back to another episode of The My 70's TV Childhood Quiz. How did you fare on our latest quiz? Let's find out the answers! Round One: Spin the Wheel – The Year is 1979! Question 1.1: The Dukes of Hazard roared onto UK screens in March 1979 with Bo and Luke getting the better of Boss Hogg and Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane. But what was the name of their car?Answer 1.1: General Lee. Question 1.2: In July, ITV launched a new science fiction series starring David McCallum and…

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Quiz #3: My 70’s TV Childhood – The Questions?

Hello, everyone! Welcome back to another episode of The My 70's TV Childhood Quiz. Do you recall the most famous 1979 Dodge Charger from a classic series? Or perhaps you're a fan of haulage programmes? Dive into our latest quiz and test your knowledge on the golden era of 1970s British TV. Let's get started! Round One: Spin the Wheel – The Year is 1979! The Dukes of Hazard roared onto UK screens in March 1979 with Bo and Luke getting the better of Boss Hogg and Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane.…

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