Jun 4, 2014
Did we know TV was crap in the old days?
Here's a question for those of you old enough to remember 1980s television: did we realise at the time how crap it was, or did we simply not know any better? I've been struggling with my own answer to this, ever since watching Danny Baker's World Cup Brush Up on BBC4 the other night.
1970s TV quiz: Test your knowledge of these classic shows from the seventies
The 70's was a great time for television, with UK clasics such as Rising Damp, The Benny Hill Show and On The Buses sitting alongside US imports like Star Trek, Taxi, Kojak and yes, even Dallas.
CELEBRITIES took to a golf course to score a hole in one for an Oxfordshire hospice.
Organised by Dalziel and Pascoe star Warren Clarke, and Dennis Waterman, known for starring in The Sweeney , Minder and New Tricks , the recent golf event raised more than A 20,000 for Oxford hospices Helen & Douglas House .
Dennis and I were the Eighties Posh a na Becks
HER very name sounds exotic, her family history reads like a film script and her life has been as exciting and dramatic as any director could have wanted.
Minder star George Cole's anguish over the daughter who turned her back on him
The daughter who broke my heart: Minder star George Cole reveals his anguish over the daughter who's turned her back on him for 46 years George Cole drives to meet me in his X-type Jaguar - the make favoured by his most famous TV character, the socially ambitious but shady wheeler-dealer Arthur Daley.