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I Love the 60s

Your trusted guide to the decade of short skirts and flower power.

JFK got himself elected President of the US, Elvis hit the UK, and Norman Bates went into the hotel business.
Your host: Jukebox Jury's David Jacobs

Russia won the space race, Audrey ate breakfast at Tiffany's, and a dirty great wall went up in Berlin.
Your host: Rita Tushingham

Peter Parker got bitten by a radioactive spider, Telstar went up, and Marilyn's candle blew
Your host: Summer Holiday's Una Stubbs

JFK got shot, MLK had a dream, the Beatles hit the
big time, and Dr Who's TARDIS
broke down.
Your host: Merseybeat hero Gerry Marsden

Clay knocked out Sonny, women went topless,
Play School started, and Lenny Bruce was
in court.
Your host: The original DJ, Jimmy Saville

Churchill died, Vietnam exploded, Thunderbirds were go, and the hills were alive with the sound of Julie Andrews.
Your host: Puppet master Gerry Anderson

Skirts shrank, the Cultural Revolution began, England won the cup, and Alfie wondered what
it was all about.
Your host: Football commentator Stuart Hall

Ali refused the draft, flower children flocked
to Los Angeles, and Patrick McGoohan was Number Six.
Your host: Trumpton's Brian Cant

Bobby K and Martin Luther were killed,
Dad's Army was set up, and the apes
took control.
Your host: Adrian 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' Hall

Men walked on the moon, Concorde took off, Barbara Windsor went camping, and Rolf sang out the decade.
Your host: Patrick 'The Sky at Night' Moore

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