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    Ummm.....

    Shouldn't that be mice?? (I'm deputising for Heather)

    Steve

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    OK - in addition to all the ones already got...

    2 - The Flintstones
    6 - Jim'll Fix It
    7 - Why Don't You
    15 - Fraggle Rock
    23 - Portland Bill

    ????? :sorry

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    I think that you used to watch too much TV, Lou!!

    Steve

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    so far correct answers have been posted for

    1 2 4 6 7 8

    10 11 13 15 18

    23 24 25

    (25 wasn't mentioned by name but if you read between the lines the answer is there ! )

    but as the rest of them mainly consist of ones i havent heard of (too old ? ) and this topic has reached its 'interest' peak... here are the answers












    1 Bananaman
    2 The Flintstones
    3 Wacaday
    4 The Littlest Hobo
    5 Gummi Bears
    6 Jim'll Fix It
    7 Why Don't You?
    8 Sesame Street
    9 The Raccoons
    10 The Wombles
    11 Dangermouse
    12 Maid Marian and her Merry Men
    13 Mighty Mouse
    14 Muppet Babies
    15 Fraggle Rock
    16 Raggy Dolls
    17 Family Ness
    18 Rentaghost
    19 Pigeon Street
    20 Poddington Peas
    21 Round the Twist
    22 Fun House
    23 Portland Bill
    24 Rainbow
    25 The Pink Panther


    the winner is Lou who i think got the most right answers...the prize is a dance with me...sorry no refunds

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    btw what on earth are Poddington Peas ?

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    Originally posted by Dreadful Scathe
    3 Wacaday
    4 The Littlest Hobo
    5 Gummi Bears
    7 Why Don't You?
    9 The Raccoons
    14 Muppet Babies
    15 Fraggle Rock
    16 Raggy Dolls
    17 Family Ness
    18 Rentaghost
    19 Pigeon Street
    20 Poddington Peas
    21 Round the Twist
    22 Fun House
    23 Portland Bill
    OK .. is it just me suffering from old age, dementia and not having any offspring forcing me to watch the TV ... BUT ... what the hell are these programmes??? Never heard of them!!

    Bring back 'Watch With Mother' etc ... if it was good enough for its ...... yadda yadda yadda etc. etc......

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    Fraggle Rock (muppets) , Rentaghost ('i see dead people' for kids ), The littlest Hobo (australian lassie clone almost) - classics the lot of em..

    dunno if you wouldve got 'Family Ness' 'doon sooth' was about the Loch Ness monster family and relatives

    only ones i hadnt heard of were 9 , 20 and 21 - i maybe watched too much TV

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    Hey Nik....

    As I came second, do I get half a dance??

    I'll stand in for you next week. Might well be in Bristol, so, rather than keep Lou waiting....

    Oh, and yeah. You watched too much TV!

    Steve

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    [i]Originally posted by Gus [/i
    Bring back 'Watch With Mother' etc ... if it was good enough for its ...... yadda yadda yadda etc. etc...... [/B]
    Are we remenissing back to the days of steam T.V. with only three chanels in Black and White and only the dot to watch after Midnight

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    Originally posted by Gus


    OK .. is it just me suffering from old age, dementia and not having any offspring forcing me to watch the TV ... BUT ... what the hell are these programmes??? Never heard of them!!

    Bring back 'Watch With Mother' etc ... if it was good enough for its ...... yadda yadda yadda etc. etc......
    I'm surprised you haven't heard of Rentaghost: I'm sure it was broadcast over a pretty long period (late 70s to mid 80s?) It was on BBC in the 4-6pm slot of children's programming. Why don't you? also had quite a long run I thought over the same period - presented by kids, with somewhat worthy ideas for entertaining yourself - shown in the mornings during school holidays. Or maybe you're younger than you look?

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    Or possibly older?

    Steve

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    Originally posted by Gus
    OK .. is it just me suffering from old age, dementia and not having any offspring forcing me to watch the TV ... BUT ... what the hell are these programmes??? Never heard of them!!
    Perhaps CEROC HQ could use this as a test for prospective teachers?

    DS - I'll hold you to that dance next year.

    Steve - Kingswood was fun last night. They had guest teachers (Jackie & Mark) from Cardiff. And I finally got to dance to Vem Vet. But I'll leave the final choice of venue to you!

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    How sad am I?

    I didn't read through all the posts and have just spent the last ten mins getting most of the answers.

    Just about to post them thinking I was doing a great job then saw that the answers had already been posted.

    Just for the record and I'm being totally honest I got 17 of them.

    What a mis-spent youth! :sorry

    lotsa love Lorna x-x

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    OOOh well done. That means you win a dance with me too.....wheeeee


    wasnt it clever of me to offer something nobody would want as a prize - how selfish am I ?!
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    Hi DS,

    would love a dance with you but I don't know who you are. You will need to let me know the next time you see me.

    lotsa love Lorna x-x

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    Originally posted by Graham

    I'm surprised you haven't heard of Rentaghost: I'm sure it was broadcast over a pretty long period (late 70s to mid 80s?) . Or maybe you're younger than you look?
    Actualy .. do have memories of Rentaghost ... but it was so banal I'd amanged to banish it form my memory.

    Re looks .. OF COURSE I'm younger than I look ... don't you know that some Ceroc teachers have the lines and wrinkles surgically implanted so as we don't make club members jealous of our striking and youthfull good looks. Didn't you know that Franck is only 27!

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    Originally posted by Gus
    Didn't you know that Franck is only 27!
    hehe, it's all that stress really
    Apparently, according to someone who shall remain nameless (but whose initials are F and C ) I look 47! :reallymad
    Who said running a Ceroc Franchise was easy again?

    Franck.

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    Originally posted by Franck
    hehe, it's all that stress really
    Apparently, according to someone who shall remain nameless (but whose initials are F and C ) I look 47! :reallymad

    Franck.
    But Franck ... you blaspheme..... its well known that ALL Ceroc instructors are between 25 and 29 years young, like all women are 7st 6lb light!

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    Originally posted by Gus
    like all women are 7st 6lb light!
    You mean some aren't...

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    Originally posted by DavidB
    You mean some aren't...
    You said it not me!

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