Nice to See It, To See It, Nice: The 1970s in front of the Telly

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The 1970s was not just the decade of power-cuts and three-day weeks, of Chopper bikes and Spacehoppers, of kipper ties and bad perms, of Abba and the Bay City Rollers . . . it was also the decade of Fawlty Towersand Porridge; A Bouquet of Barbed Wire and I, Claudius; The Sweeneyand Starsky and Hutch. There was no such thing in those days as Wacky Warehouse or Playstation or even video recorders -- for its entertainment, the nation switched on the telly. Some programmes, such as The Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show, were ...

Nice to See It, To See It, Nice: The 1970s in front of the Telly 2010, Simon & Schuster, New York

ISBN-13: 9781416527770

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