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    Default Re: We used to listen to the radio before TV.

    Yes I remember Kids Programs -Hopalong Cassidy and the Lost Goldmine, Sparky and the magic train.- The Singing Dogs.
    You could request stories to be played.
    You can still listen to them on RNZ national -Sunday mornings at 6am.
    I bought the DVD The last Goon Show -not as effective as just listening. i also liked Life with Dexter, The Glums, Around The Horn etc. and various serials (Ricochet - I was so dumb i thought it was Rick O' Shea) -as Piroska said -always ended on a cliff hanger

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    Default Re: We used to listen to the radio before TV.

    Quote Originally Posted by bellbird View Post
    John Doremus - The Passing Parade
    Yep remember that one..
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    Paul W
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    Default Re: We used to listen to the radio before TV.

    I note that a few on here were fans of “The Goon Show” .

    Well today, I spent most off, Googling the Goons.

    (Jacinda is going to have to sharpen her act up to compete.)

    Here’s a few of Milligan’s contributions.

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    Default Re: We used to listen to the radio before TV.

    My favourite show was and is Around the Horne and Just a Minute, Clitheroe Kid, and Hancock's Half Hour. But Around the Horne, years ahead of it's time. Classic British humour. :-)
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