arooj fatima from pakistan on Mind Your Language: "I love this show i never saw the original run sisnce i wasnt even born then but this is by far one of the best comedies and very very unique with memorable characters"
Tim from Nottingham on The Tomorrow People: "was on holiday at Durdle Door on the south coast when found myself in the middle of a scene being filmed. All I can remember is one member of cast speaking about "Medusa"."
Alo from India on Mind Your Language: "I have really enjoyed watching the whole series of Mind Your Language. Hats off to all the character whether dead or alive and i know. there will be no series like this again. I miss all of them."
Laura Kinton from Nottingham on Open All Hours: "Love open all hours and would love to know the dates of the three days in November when they are filming at the shop as I really want to go and watch, can anyone help?"
Wendy from Kent on The Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club: "Wonderful show from my early teenage years. But please can anyone tell me who did the sketch with the catchphrase "I say love, aren't we speaking love?" (He also kept dropping his cigarette ash everywhere including the cat's head. Many thanks."
Carl Hufton from Nottingham, England on Jason King: "My Mum and I loved the campness of Peter Wyngarde's portrayel as Jason. I think my mum also fancied him!! I was no surprise, really, when, tears' later, I found Peter to be Gay. Still watch the prograsm now and I thinkit stand up well."
Ronald Abercrombie from Rainham Essex on Pie In The Sky: "Richard Griffiths a very unique individual a gifted actor the like of which we will not see again thank you for giving us the pleasure of your talents in so many films,tyv,and of course on the stage rest in peace from us all."
Faith Simpson Ratnayake from England, settled in Sri Lanka on The Good Old Days: "The programme loomed large in my childhood from 1953 until I left UK. Innocent enjoyment, laughter and period ambience. Where the 'stars were twinkling twice a night'. Wonderful memories!"
Jayesh from India on Mind Your Language: "Its one of the best show I've seen. Complete entertainer & stressbuster.
I was searching for the actors and discovered Jeremy Brown is no more. Really sad for him. Also discovered that he was indeed an orphan as talked about in MYL episode. These guys made a wonderful team & must have enjoyed themselves too."
Carl Hufton from Nottingham, England on Alias Smith and Jones: "Pete Duel was the second man I had a crush on. I was devastated when he died. I really loved the series - and still do."
ann from derbyshire on Ever Decreasing Circles: "Loved all the episodes but my 3 best are 1. Where martin thinks paul and anne are having an affair but it ends up fine when she finds him in the library and explains. 2. When anne is in hospital and martin decides to spring clean the house. 3. When martin's nerves are frayed and paul helps him to relax. Brilliant casting. Better than the good life in my opinion but doesn't seem to receive equal praise."
I am looking for the 1982 to 1986 (season 1 to 4) full DVD set.
Been looking for almost 2 months cant find anywhere.
james macleod from Glasgow on Supersonic: "I remember watching Cue the music each week with Mike giving an introduction to bands such as Hawkwind, Uriah Heep etc, aaah happy days."
jonathan from london on Watching: "i am a very big fan of watching brenda and malcolm were great as were all the cast there should be a new series a great comedy classic please bring it back tv is not the same anymore please return to acting emma wray your very beautiful and talented"
Irving from Tottenham on On the Buses: "It's so good to see so many great comments about this brilliant comedy.
I agree with every word of praise.
I live very near Lordship lane where some scenes were filmed.
Maybe I passed Butler as a little kid in the street!
The cast deserved TV Oscars.
And it seems even funnier today, maybe because of the lack of great comedy."
Irving from Tottenham on Mind Your Language: "I'm watching all 29 episodes, one by one.
The theme tune is so evocative.
That ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba, so 70s, so good!
Fun Fun Fun!
Todays producers are too smarty pants and can't see how great this kind of thing is!"
Gail May from France on The Good Old Days: "Hi Dee, yes I did get the words, did perform it, and am due to repeat it again next month. I had to get an arranger friend of mine to write and record the piano music for me, as could not find this anywhere."
Lacy from Knoxville TN on Ever Decreasing Circles: "My husband and I just discovered this great series. Loved The Good Life, too.
We can't figure out what the name of the van was called. We think we're hearing "The Dome Mobile" but we're not sure.
If anyone knows the name of their van, please post the answer.
andrew from stockton on tees on The Royle Family: "The series where Jim and twiggy roped Dave into helping them scrape wall paper was fab, infact it was comedy perfection."
donna from new jersey on Starsky and Hutch: "Dear Paul and David I love starsky and hutch forever made a mouse pad and shirt for it. I have all 4 box sets and been watching it for 2 years already. Its the greatest cop show that could ever been made back then and up to today. It beats all ever made for tv. My favorite is starsky fell in love with him when I saw him when I WAS 13 for the first time and forever love him like paul who played him. I thiNK paul is so talented and a great man whos very good looking. I love david as well good person and actor but pauls my true favorite.I hopetosee them on tv again soon. I have the chrystallia book and love it thankyou guys for making a great cop show that will live on forever. You guys were great together in that show.love donna"
Andrew Dexter. from Blackwood, Wales, U.K. on Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): "I first saw this show some time in 1976, it was a repeat season, the episode I remember is ''The house on haunted hill, I can still remember the laughing and Tony Stark saying, ''Ghosts, real ghosts!'' Can anyone remember the dates these repeats went out? They were also repeated on I.T.V between 1986 and 1987. I loved seeing 60's London. I now have the complete set on DVD."
Parm from West Midlands on Please Sir: "'Please Sir!' (1969-1972) was a fantastic show as was it's spin-off, 'The Fenn Street Gang'(1971-1973). Bob Larbey one of it's creators & writer's & David Barry who played Frankie Abbott are great people. Both of them readily answered q's I asked them about the show. Deryck Guyler who played 'Potter' was one of my favourite characters. I have met his real life younger son Chris & daughter-in-law, they are really nice people. Episodes of 'Please Sir!' from s2 & s3 were repeated 14yrs after it came off air on Saturday afternoons as part of ITV's Classic Comedy slot between 1986-1987. Episodes from s1 to s4 were repeated on the now defunct Sky channel Men & Motors between 2007-2010. However the Fenn Street Gang was never repeated.
I do think that the 1971 film version of 'Please Sir' filmed at Pinewood Studios was really good. It has some good shots of Black Park Country Park in Wexham, Bucks. Four key places for 'Please Sir!' are: 1. Stonebridge Primary in Shakespeare Avenue, NW10 8NG. This was the school they used for outside shots. 2. Station House, where they rehearsed, now called Wembley Point on Harrow Road HA9 6DE(soon to become a hotel). 3. The Gwinneth Rickus building, Brentfield Rd, NW10 8HE(School gate shots on opening credits s1). 4. The specific studio they filmed the episodes in front of a live audience, over at the former LWT Wembley is now a Lidl, HA9 8TS."
frances from sheffield on Watching: "I have the full series of WATCHING, & can watch it over & over, I am 75 yrs I cannot praise it enough,it is for any age group, & Iwish there were more to come, Every person in it just great, JIM HITCHMOUGH give us more."
Robert Romans from South Africa on Mind Your Language: "Fantastic show, have watched the repeats on TV over the years. One of the best comedy shows ever. Pity they couldn't have a new series with new actors....Fantastic show."
shirley from riverside calif on Rawhide: "Eric Fleming was great as Gil Favor. Still sad after all these years that he died so young and in an awful way."
Adrian P Wilkinson from East Malling, Kent on Hale and Pace: "For David Turner from Jersey (#70): I believe it was "I feed t' pigeons in t' park""
Dom from Central on Bullseye: "Wasn't around back in the day, but discovered it on challenge. It needs to be remade!!!"
Reginald Massey FRSA from Llanidloes SY18 6JJ, Wales on Mind Your Language: "I am the husband of Jamila Massey (Jamila Ranjha of MYL).
Jamila and I had great respect for Vince Powell, Stuart Allen and Barry Evans.
They were a magical trio. My friends in India tell me that MYL is currently being telecast in India. Jamila is still working and has just finished a stint on 'Hollyoaks'.
Thanks ~ Reg Massey
June 23, 2013"
Andrew Ferguson from Melbourne Australia on The Knock: "Fantastic series. I have series 1 & 2 on DVD from a number of years ago, and was lucky to get Series 3 & 4 from Lost TV sales site, but unfortunately dont have Series 5. A great series and was very good when I first saw Series 1 on TV in the UK many years ago. Just last year Channel 7.2 in Australia showed Series 1. Its is very realistic as I used to know a lead investigator in the Customs Intel Unit"
Fran from London on Please Sir: "Hello to you Victoria, how lovely to hear from you,
My warmest congratulations to you on your new arrival, I am sure he would be as proud of her as he was of you. Victoria, never forget my sweetheart, your lovely lovely dad is always with you.
He is smiling even more now.
Love Fran XXX"
Mari from Finland on The Upper Hand: "I love The Upper Hand!Charlie and Caroline still are my all-time favourite tv sweethearts and they had just amazing chemistry together. And Honor Blackman was perfect as Laura(she often had the most funniest lines.) Unfortunately,this was last in TV here in Finland in 1995 and DVD's aren't available either,but I've been watching this from YouTube.It's still fun,sweet and romantic."
Mari from Finland on Columbo: "I have all 1970's Columbo episodes on DVD and I can watch them million times-they are so good! My favourite episodes are those with Johnny Cash, Anne Bancroft and Janet Leigh and also that episode with dogs called Laurel and Hardy and very young Kim Catrall long before Sex And The City(she has a teddy bear called Sigmund..)They don't make series like this anymore and Columbo was probably the most brilliant detective ever lived.May Peter Falk rest in peace after all the great work he's been done in this role."
steve from london on Hale and Pace: "Northern Calypso:
Hey Mrs Postlethwaite, come and feed me whippet (daylight come and we're off down t'pub) should have been a single"
jag from malaysia on Mind Your Language: "Watched it when I was a kid growing up in 80s. One of the best comedies till today and nice to see so many remarks on his page.
Remarks were universal where all walks of culture could understand and comprehend its jokes but am sad that some people of it is no more. However they made a difference and salute them all."
David from Sheffield on Dick Emery: "The bovver boys dad was played by several actors over the years, including Roy Kinnear, but would anyone know the names of the other actors who played the bovver boys dad in the Dick Emery Show- one had a Scottish accent? Thanks.:)"
Neil Farrell from Dublin on Duty Free: "first saw Duty Free when it began nearly 30 years ago. Loved every minute of it. Favourite moment was when Amy arrived at the San Remo unannounced where David was holidaying with Tommy Wright and amy advised him Tommy was dead for 3 years. But overall enjoyed every moment. Have the box set too. Would leave to see the series as a 25 years on where David had it all and Robert had nothing. Class series overall, they do not make them like they used to."
Mark from Hendon on Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): "I'm a London Firefighter currently serving at Hendon Fire Station.
Does anyone know which episode features the Pump,Pump Escape and TL turning out on a "shout"
Gary from London on Going Straight: "Does anyone know the name of the one off programme which was a final chapter to the Fletcher story. it was set as Fletcher telling the story sitting in his own pub."
RICHARD DAVIS from essex on Please Sir: "loved it, does anyone know what school they used on the outside shots"
Scot from Glasgow on The Darling Buds of May: "What a beautiful show this is! It's got such gentleness and warmth you just want to live it! Yes, it's set in the 50s and shows us a world that doesn't exist and never has - but you would just love to be there! And Catherine Zeta Jones was so gorgeous!"
Dave Darbyshire from Wigan on The Comedians: "As Paul @ 45 post as said there was no one and to this date April 2013 have I seen anyone who could come close to Terry "Slipperman" King for sheer comedy seen our old friend Mike Curtis many, many times but Terry was different he's been missed by many people rest in peace Terry and Mike.
Dave and Susan D. XX"
Victoria McFee from London on Please Sir: "Sarah, how lovely to see a message from you, I think I met your father at my grandmother's (Mary Kearnan) funeral.
Did your end of the family used to follow my dad's work too? My grandad Harry was so proud to tell anyone who would listen who his son-in-law was!
A little update for any Malcolm McFee fans: if he were still with us he would now be a proud grandfather. I can only imagine how he would have spoiled my little girl rotten! I have placed a picture of him in his 'Please Sir' days outside her room so her very special guardian angel is there to protect her while she sleeps...x"
Bill from Cardiff on Ever Decreasing Circles: "I've just finished watching the whole series again and am in awe of such a brilliant crafted and hilarious sitcom. I've become obsessed with everything EDC!"
Georgina from Leeds England on The Upper Hand: "We need shows like this back on. Yes it was cheesy but it gave people hope and an idea of what life could be like with family. Now everything is miserable including music. I would love to see diana back on screen with joe it was amazing chemistry. Makes me sad that both had a pretty hard time after the show with their personal lives but I hope they're happy now. Xx"
Cheng from Penang, Malaysia on Mind Your Language: "I watched this show in the 80s with my family every week. As a teenager, I couldn't grasp everything from the show. However, watching it again now, I can truly appreciate the scripts. I miss the humours back then. People are too serious and sensitive these days."
Nicola from Preston,Uk on Murder, She Wrote: "I have great childhood memories of watching this with my Nana, I now own all 12 seasons plus books, my nana now suffers with dementia and I watch murder, she wrote with her as therapy. She hums along to the theme tune its one of the few things she can remember now so I am greatful for the memories I have."
dave e reeves from nuneaton england on Hows Your Father?: "i used to love harry worth in hows your father and would love to get it on dvd. i have tried every thing to get it and failed, can any one help.
d e reeves"
Diego from Buenos Aires - Argentina on Starsky and Hutch: "Hello from Argentina, like many around here, I grew up watching all the chapters and not just once but from 1975 to the mid 80's continue watching all the episodes (ten years of my family life), the series will advance to many movies film, not a surprise success of Miami Vice by some of the same writers, directors and creators of Starsky and Hutch, who knew deposit in our hearts many virtues of two very lovable characters (Ken and Dave) that never go away of which we still love them as part of our wonderful past ..."
daphne reddy from new zealand on Alias Smith and Jones: "i loved alias smith and jones i managed to buy the first series on dvd pete duel has always been my favourite to think he would of been seventy three next month"