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Love Thy Neighbour

Love Thy Neighbour – 1972
Stuart Allen
Ronnie Baxter
Anthony Parker
William G. Stewart

Vince Powell creator
Harry Driver creator
Sid Colin
Brian Cooke
George Evans
Johnnie Mortimer
Jon Watkins
Lawrie Wyman

Stuart Allen
Ronnie Baxter
Anthony Parker
William G. Stewart

Jack Smethurst – Eddie Booth
Rudolph Walker – Bill Reynolds
Nina Baden-Semper – Barbie Reynolds
Kate Williams – Joan Booth
Tommy Godfrey – Arthur
Paul Luty – Nobby Garside (1973-76)
Keith Marsh – Jacko Jackson

Review By Jeffnmk

Back To The Good Old Days

After watching the first ten minutes of the first episode I was quite shocked at the liberally used, racist name calling which would never be allowed on our tv screens today,which is a shame because it is hilarious and voices what many people actually think but are afraid to say in this pathetic politically correct society.

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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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