Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: H is for…

Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: H is for…

Haylee. Obviously!

But as nobody has had the sense to make me the star of my own reality TV series, then I suppose we should look back at some classics for today’s alphabetic installment for the letter H.

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Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: G is for…

Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: G is for…

G is the magic letter today and once again I found it was difficult to immediately think of childhood favourites that fit the bill.

Obviously, if this was a ‘Favourite Shows of All Time’ A-Z, it would be a no-brainer, with the Westerosi massive taking top billing. Add to that shows such as Ghost Whisperer, The Good Wife and a current delight, The Good Place and I’d be… good to go!

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But we’re here to reminisce, so let’s start with the G-word that seems to crop up a lot in TV titles with…

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Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: F is for…

Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: F is for…

Well, we’re already a fifth of the way through the alphabet and have reached the letter F.

So what nostalgic gems do I have for you that are fantastic, fabulous and family friendly?

Let’s begin with a mysterious island, hidden somewhere out in the Pacific…

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Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: E is for…

Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: E is for…

Hmmm…so E.

It should probably stand for ’empty’, as thinking of shows I watched as a child beginning with the letter brought up zilch.

There were several that were later: E.R., Everybody Loves Raymond, Ellen and a personal favourite –  Eureka.

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However, go back to the 80s and I was at a loss. So instead, let me focus on two characters, who had films or cartoons in their name, to make up the post.

Firstly, I present to you…

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Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: D is for…

Aloada A-Z Childhood Nostalgia: D is for…

So we’re finally here with my fourth and final post of the day, bringing me up to date with the challenge and letter D.

It’s a varied bunch for this category, with drama, comedy, action and aliens!

We’ll kick off with a show that in recent years has taken the world by storm but when I was a child, it was very British and delightfully quirky.

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