Celebrities recall the pop culture of Britain in the 1970s.
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Wayne Hemingway ...
 Himself - Interviewee / ... (3 episodes, 2000)
Michael Parkinson ...
 Himself (3 episodes, 2000)
Fiona Allen ...
 Herself / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Tony Blackburn ...
 Himself / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Julie Burchill ...
 Herself - Interviewee / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Kathryn Flett ...
 Herself - Interviewee / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Llewella Gideon ...
 Herself - Interviewee (2 episodes, 2000)
Angie Le Mar ...
 Herself - Interviewee (2 episodes, 2000)
Stuart Maconie ...
 Himself / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
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 Himself / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Smug Roberts ...
 Himself - Comedian / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
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 Himself / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Miranda Sawyer ...
 Herself - Interviewee / ... (2 episodes, 2000)
Mike Yarwood ...
 Himself (2 episodes, 2000)
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Celebrities recall the pop culture of Britain in the 1970s.

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1970s | nostalgia | See All (2) »

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Referenced in Generation Jedi (2005) See more »

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I liked this series, but didn't love it.
4 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I couldn't agree more with what has already been mentioned about the inaccuracies, and irritation at the inclusion of comments from people like Natalie Casey, who was barely a toddler back then, and in the 1980s. It appears that too many of these programmes have been researched by twentysomethings, but where the hell did they get their info from? The internet? Did they talk to anyone who actually lived through the decade? As for no DVD, maybe the inclusion of TV ads in the programmes has prevented this, as they seem to be quite hard to get clearance for - hence no "Greatest TV Ads" DVDs on sale...Except on Ebay.


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