This episode looks at Saturday night television and how I and my family watched it together. We share happy memories of The Pink Panther Show, Basil Brush and Bruce Forsyth and The Generation Game and less happy memories of the variety shows that formed part of Saturday's schedules. We are transported from Warrington to California with Starsky and Hutch, remember 3-2-1 and Dusty Bin and consider whether my family was the only one to have the same thing for Saturday supper every single week? Share your comments at www.my70stvchildhood.com
Our new episode is now live! Join us to hear about my early memories of TV as a small child. We've also got a guest - George, one of our listeners from Wimbledon shares his memories and we discuss some vital issues, including speculation on the sleeping arrangements inside Hector's House and why so many British children's TV shows in the 70's were made in France. Next episode coming soon - Watch with Mother! Listen now at www.my70stvchildhood.buzzsprout.com or subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and most other platforms.