|Andy and Teddy waving goodbye|
On Monday it was Picture Book. My favourite bit was remembering all the items on a tray and then spotting what they'd removed.
On Tuesday it was Andy Pandy. I loved Andy Pandy and Teddy more than I can ever say. My clearest memory is of Andy Pandy waving in a circular motion and Teddy waving frantically up and down as they sang "Time to Go Home"... [la la la... Andy is waving Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye... *waves circular with one hand and frantically with the other*.]
|Bill, Ben and Little Wee-eed|
On Thursday it was Rag, Tag and Bobtail, three gentle characters, a hedgehog, a mouse and a rabbit.
On Friday it was The Woodentops. I still occasionally copy the way that Spot the Dog did scissor walks across the screen.
Bert Weedon - Sadly Bert Weedon died just a few days ago aged 91. His love of guitar playing, his amazing techniques and his easy-to-follow tuition books influenced so many great guitarists it's hard to know where to begin.
Weedon's Play in a Day books taught The Beatles, Queen's Brian May, Eric Clapton and many more to play. Paul McCartney called him Britain's Mr Guitar and it's hard to imagine how the UK music scene would have developed without his influence.
|William Hartnell, the first and some say the best, Dr Who|
Watch with Mother
What's my Line
The White Heather Club
|Marty Wilde, father of Kim Wilde|
Junior Walker and the Allstars
The Who singing My Generation live at Woodstock. For more memories about Woodstock pop along to Anne Mackle's blog at Is Anyone There?