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I Love a 1970's Christmas (2000)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary  -  24 December 2000 (UK)
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A look back at popular culture surrounding Christmas in 1970s Britain.

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John Noakes ...
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Peter Purves ...
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Valerie Singleton ...
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Dave Bartram ...
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Tony Blackburn ...
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Rhona Cameron ...
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Brenda Emmanus ...
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Jo Enright ...
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A look back at popular culture surrounding Christmas in 1970s Britain.

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Dreadful Rewrite of A Dreadful Era
24 June 2006 | by (England) – See all my reviews

A highly inaccurate 1970s-themed festive "pop culture" show, which insisted on taking 1960s stuff (like Space hoppers) and mixing them with things unavailable until the 1980s.

The 1970s revival in Britain was not based on accuracy, and several 1960s items were included in this programme simply to flag up the 70s recession-era pop culture. 1980s items were also tossed in to the programme as there seems to be a feeling here that we must not celebrate 80s culture openly - because of the attendant "yuppie" culture! So, let's call early 80s pop culture "70s"! Highly illogical!

The American versions of the "I Love..." series were refreshingly accurate and non-priggish.

But this was awful.


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