Our latest episode is now live and available from all your usual podcast sources. In “Size of an Elephant” we are looking at why The Banana Splits, an average, reasonably short lived US children’s programme is so fondly remembered by those of us who grew up in Britain during the 1970’s.
I’m joined by one of our listeners, Stuart from Wandsworth, to discuss why the show still has a hold on us and we find out what his 12 year old son thinks of the show. We’ll also be discussing the BBC’s policy of buying cheap foreign TV shows and repeating them ad nauseam for many years and whether anyone ever managed to see Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin: Red Rackham’s Treasure.
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