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“Colditz” – 1972

Peter Cregeen
Philip Dudley
Terence Dudley
Michael Ferguson
Ken Hannam
Viktors Ritelis
William Slater






David Ambrose  writer
Marc Brandell  writer
John Brason  writer
N.J. Crisp  writer
Brian Degas  creator
Bryan Forbes  writer
Gerard Glaister  creator
Ken Hughes  writer
Thom Keyes  writer
John Kruse  writer
Ian Kennedy Martin  writer
Ivan Moffat  writer
Robert Muller  writer
Arden Winch  writer


Gerard Glaister producer


Jack Hedley – Lt. Col. John Preston (1972-74)
Edward Hardwicke – Capt. Pat Grant (1972-73)
Robert Wagner – Flt. Lt./Major Phil Carrington (1972-74)
David McCallum – Flt. Lt. Simon Carter (1972-74)
Bernard Hepton – The Kommandant (1972-74)
Christopher Neame – Lt. Dick Player (1972-74)
Paul Chapman – Capt. George Brent (1972-74)
Hans Meyer – Hauptman Franz Ulmann (1972-74)
Richard Heffer – Capt. Tim Downing (1972-74)
Peter Penry-Jones – Plt. Off. Peter Muir (1972-73)
Anthony Valentine – Major Horst Mohn (1974)
Jeremy Kemp – Sqn. Ldr. Tony Shaw (1974)
Dan O’Herlihy – Lt. Col. Max Dodd (1974)
Nicholas McArdle – Capt. Richard Walters (1974)
Al Mancini – Capt. Harry Nugent (1974)
Malcolm Stoddard – Capt. Christopher Mawson (1974)


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70’s Televison

What an amazing piece of kit our telly was. Can you imagine having to change channel by turning a knob to tune in BBC2 and forever getting up to realign the aerial and contrast, and the only way to stop the picture from rolling was to give the set a good thump? Do you remember that we only have three channels to watch? Thinking about it, the conversation was better at school next day as everyone seemed to be watching the same thing unlike nowadays where we have too much choice. Aye, the quality of programmes seem to have dwindled when you think back to what we had in our days.

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