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Book review: Funny Girl by Nick Hornby

Perhaps no British sitcom is more fondly remembered than Barbara (and Jim). The comedy series which enjoyed a popular four series run in the mid-1960s made a star of lead actress Sophie Straw and changed British TV forever. 353 more words

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Sally Geeson looking at you

Sally Geeson: born 1950, sister of actress Judy Geeson, born 1958.


Vinyl Rewind - You Got to Pick Up Every Stitch

“Oh I quite liked him”

That was my Mother’s reaction when I was crowing to her about finally getting my grubby mitts on a copy of Donovan’s Sunshine Superman. 764 more words

Vinyl Mondays

Shotgun Express - I Could Feel the Whole World Turn Round

Shotgun Express – Bardens, Marsden and Stewart

Listen/Download -Shotgun Express – I Could Feel the Whole World Turn Round

Greetings all.

The track I bring you today is one of those records that I thought I’d never put my hands on. 304 more words


The England of the 60s and the Swinging London

The era of the 60’s was a time of changes, not only in the sense of economy and politics, but also culturally speaking. The counterculture era appears first in Britain and America and then it is spread through the rest of the world from the beginning of the 60s to the 70s. 388 more words

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Vinyl Rewind - Union Jack Blazers and all...

So British Summer Time started on Sunday morning, and I’m all over the place – I’m writing this thinking it is much earlier than it actually is. 665 more words

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