Nothing. Nil. Nada.
N is throwing out few nostalgic memories in the TV variety. In fact, there’s just one. But it was an institution in the world of teatime TV back in the day, and still holds its own now – although I no longer watch it.
I do have another N though, resorting once again to a film of my youth, so all is not lost.
Let’s get on with this tale then…so that it doesn’t go on forever 😉
Me again! Hello 🙂
Yes, it’s a double whammy today, seeing as I’m terrible at sticking to a schedule and now need to drop us slap bang in the middle of the alphabet, with the letter M.
This was a hard one to nail down. Not due to lack of entries, but the exact opposite. It seems M was the magic letter when it came to shows I watched in the 80s and 90s.
So which has made the list from the multitude I could have chosen?
Yes, I’m two days late with this post. Plus, I’m posting on a day that’s supposed to be a day off. But then I was never one for convention…
I decided to have Friday off instead, being the 13th and all. Best to be safe. But then one day off rolled into two. So here we are, on Sunday with the 12th letter in our A-Z: L.
So, for your enjoyment, I bring you dogs, demons and dancing on hillsides. Shall we see which shows are on the table?
K, K…you know the drill by now. No explanation necessary for a post that reminisces over TV and / or film from a long lost youth. But in case you didn’t know the drill, it is just that: a post that reminisces over TV and film from my youth, specifically the 1980s and 90s.
OK? Oh K…what do you have in store for us today?
I’m late, I’m late, for a very important….letter.
Yes, it’s happened. Just as we reach double figures in our alphabetic adventure, I fall behind on the prepared posts and end up juggling tasks to make sure I meet the deadline.
Of course, I could have got my act together and done it last night but the sofa and the inside of my eyelids were much more appealing!
Anywho, J is where we’re at and it may be a letter of increased value, whether through A-Z position or Scrabble, but it hasn’t been very forthcoming in TV memories for me. So, once again, I’ve resorted to film nostalgia and two powerhouses, produced by THE powerhouse producer of the 80s and early 90s: Spielberg.