Are you a fan of TV shows from the past? Here are some British oldies you shouldn’t forget for sure

Are you a fan of TV shows from the past?

Are you a fan of TV shows from the past? Hey you, baby boomers and TV geeks, show up. TV programmes from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s used to be really fun. How far does your memory go on the small screen? The average score has been surprisingly higher than expected.

Are you a fan of TV shows from the past? Here are some British oldies you shouldn’t forget for sure

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    Diana Rigg played the main female character in The Avengers TV series (1961-1969).

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    John Inman starred in the show Fawlty Towers (1975-1979).

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    Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em (1973-1978), was about the misadventures of a 41-year-old man unable to leave home and his domineering mother.

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    The first British actress to have her own TV sketch show was Tracey Ullman (Three of a Kind).

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    Rising Damp was a popular sitcom broadcasted from 1974 to 1978)

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    Butterflies, a British sitcom series (1978-1983) was written by Carla Lane.

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    Crown Court (1972-1984) was a courtroom drama where each case took just one episode.

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    Doctor Who was about the adventures with aliens and other villains in time and space of a Time Lord, who changes appearance and personality.

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    Ready, Steady, Go! (1963-1966) was a TV show where a team of celebrities would play charades.

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    Accident-prone Frank Spencer makes his best efforts to look after his wife and baby but fails in the simple tasks of daily life. The name of the show: Sorry!

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    Raymond Francis was the actor who starred in No Hiding Place (1959-1967), featuring the adventures of a Scotland Yard detective team.

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    • False
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    The Jewel of the Crown, a TV miniseries (1984) won the Golden Globe Award.

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    • False
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    David Jason played an unskilled British Secret Service agent in The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs (1974).

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    • False
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    In the series for children Here Come the Double Deckers! (1970-1971), the only black member of the group was called Bill.

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    • False
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    The fictional English town that appeared in the TV police drama Z Cars (1962-1978) was called Newtown.

    • True
    • False

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Ricardo Gondelles

Written by Ricardo Gondelles

Thirty years of experience in journalism and the publishing world is easily said. Yet, I feel so open to learning that I like to imagine what comes for the next 30 years. As a writer, editor and proofreader, my passion for the written word keep me discovering new realms. Bilingual (Spanish-English), I’m a language lover who’s going through French and Italian as well (I don’t know what comes next, Russian?). My goal in life is to have things done as best as I can, and I take pride in it. Contact me.

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