Look-Back on 70s Telly - Issue 3
School’s done, the fishfingers and chips have been scoffed and now it’s time to sit down with a Texan bar and a packet of Spangles to enjoy the best kids’ television that ITV has to offer...
Back in the day when childrens’ programmes were, by turns, fun, challenging, dramatic, spooky, hilarious and fantastic, tea-time programming was a staple part of the lives of millions of kids. Diverse and highly popular, it fired imaginations and was invariably an integral part of any worthwhile playground antics the next day.
Relive those moments and be a kid again with this special two-disc set featuring the best of childrens’ ITV programming from the ‘70s: specially selected episodes of Catweazle and Just William rub shoulders with the historical drama of Wreckers at Dead Eye and Boy Dominic, the fantastical Escape Into Night and Sky and the schoolkid anarchy that was Anything You Can Do.
Be ten again.
Catweazle - The Demi-Devil
Escape Into Night - episode one
The Feathered Serpent - episode one
Just William - The Sweet Little Girl in White
Sky - Burning Bright
Anything You Can Do - 09/07/1974
The Intruder - The Stranger
Soldier and Me - Conspiracy
The Siege of Golden Hill - Ultimatum
A Place to Hide - The Hideout
Wreckers at Dead Eye - The Stranger
The Danedyke Mystery - episode one
The Jensen Code - episode one
Follow Me - episode one
Boy Dominic - Lost at Sea
Hold the Front Page - The Great Rug Scandal
Free Gift: Catweazle's disco! Now you can join in with the groovy wizard and his cool pals (including Violet Elizabeth, Queen Bodicea and one of the fab stones from Escape Into Night) as they strut their funky stuff in this cut-out-and-keep diorama!