HOW!🖐 Cowboys and Indians: And What We Learned Along the Way

In this week's episode of "My 70s TV Childhood," we delve into the impact of television on our lives as we grew up in 1970’s Britain. Despite the limited channels, television fostered a strong sense of shared identity among my generation. During that time, cultural appropriation was an unfamiliar concept to us. Our society was filled with all sorts of cultural references taken from India, Africa, North America, and other areas where Britain had overseen its imperial past. TV shows like "The Virginian," "Alias Smith and Jones," and "The High Chaparral"…

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We Are The Champions!

Welcome back to the podcast which remembers what it was like to grow up as a child in 1970's Britain and the central part that television played in our lives then. It was a world of orange and beige clothes, instant mash potato and economic ruin for the UK but for those of a certain age it was our childhood and we remember it fondly. In this episode, we celebrate the long, warm days of a British summer and our obsession with making the most of the little warm weather we…

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