Photo © BBC. Source: Josephine Fowler The Yesteryears Revisited
Colin Norton… “Hey you down there, you with the glasses”
Jim Hobbs… Sunday’s have never been the same as when I was a boy listening to his show.
Dennis Torrance… My mum used to listen to his radio show and she loved it also memories as a kid for me
Clifford Rose… I remember him. His signature tune was Somebody Stole my Gal.
Jon McCallion… I do, then it was dripping on toast . The minstrel show , the Saint , Sunday night at the London Palladium.
Colin Fox… Oooooh toast dripping and Marmite
Paul Morfey… How long ago was that?? Dont tell me!!
Alan Esdaile… Toast, you must have been posh Jon, we had to make do with bread and dripping. Paul, Sunday lunchtime show was between 1949 and 1968.
Colin Fox… My dad used to toast the bread in front of the fire.
Jim Hobbs… Eeeeee, luxury!
Paul Morfey… We only had bread and pull-it !!?!
Andre Martin… Generally around 1.30pm/2.00pm on a Sunday Afternoon after Family Favourites
Colin Fox… …..and during the week Workers Playtime
Wendy Weaver… We were very posh, we had jam. Billy Cotton Bandshow reminds me of washing up after Sunday Dinner. It was preceded by 2-way Family Favourites – great show
Colin Fox… Sundays remind me of the house smelling of cabbage
Chris Meachen… Remember it well, listening through the separate speaker underneath the redifusion telly..
Dennis Torrance… Oh what happy days lol my mums telly 405 and 625 lines push in button bbc2 and forever getting up to turn over lol
Mick O’Dowd… Wakey! Wakey! Proper sunday roast dinners. There was also 3 & even 4 way Family Favourites at times! Wow!
Andre Martin… I am sure that one more than one occasion BFBS[British Forces Broadcasting Service & BBC] linked London:Koln:Cyprus:Aden:Singapore for specials ie Christmas.
Alan Pepper… Yes that does bring back memories on a Sunday ! Also remember The Clitheroe Kid ? And later on TV after Sunday night at the London Palladium , 77 Sunset Strip ! I think ? In black and white.
Pat Burgess… Wow what memories, Family favourites, and now I live in Canada. How about Take it from here, Dick Barton, Journey into Space…
Mick O’Dowd… Kookie, lend me your comb! We know a song about that don’t we children.
Nigel Sherwood… Clitheroe Kid , The Navy Lark and Around the Horne used to love Sunday radio