7 Gordon Cairns from Dunfermline Fife: I really miss Crossroads - Noele Gordon being sacked was the worst thing that could have happened. I would have loved to have visited the Crossroads set. I would like to buy a prop from Crossroads if I can. Long live the memory of the Motel.
6 Sue Bellingham from Birmingham: My Memories of crossroads are many as I was training to be an actress at the time and had many walk on parts working alongside Roger Tonge ,I remember sitting in make up with Emu from Tingha & Tucker club children programme having his hair in rollers one side of me & Miss Noelle Gordon ther other Happy days.It had many comments made about it but brought forth a lot of actress of the future hence Miss Sue Nicholls Audrey Roberts of Coronation St to name but one
5 Andy from Northampton: Alan Colema, great producer, Andy Coleman, great actor.. but who was Jon Schultze Conway?
4 Eileen Cornell from Doncaster: I grew up during the Lunch Box era and naturally became a very big fan of Nolly Gordon. I was over the moon when Crossroads began. I watched every episode until Nolly was sacked. When Nolly died, it was as if I'd lost a loved one. I hated the new version and never watched an episode.
3 benn from Kent England: Love to see it repeated im afraid the last series was dreadful the relaunch was fine till they took it off and made it into a a a Pink Fantasy .....Long live Crossroads....
2 Jimmy Keary from Ireland: I started watching Crossroads in 1970 and continued watching it until its demise in 1988, although I think it lost its heart when Noele Gordon was sacked. I loved the episode endings, which are probably what attracted me to it as a twelve-year old child. I liked the theme tune, both versions. There were some great stories when I started watching it in 1970 including one featuring two witches, Garda and Richard Trethowan; a bigamist marriage when Jill married John Crane; and a whodunnit murder (the murderer was eventually revealed as Kenneth Borelli). It was nice to see a 1970 episode on the second DVD release. More please.
1 Emma Webb. from Hampshire.: Come on how great was Crossroads?
Well all i can say to that is i loved it and continue to love it via websites etc.
It should at least be repeated in order so people can see properley what was very good about it.
People that said it was rubbish obviously lack imagination and forgot it was a tv show but a very good one.
I want it back and am willing to help with any campaign to bring it back or get it repeated.
Let's put a classic a funny one at that back on tv in some form or another.