BBC schools clock countdown from the 80's

Who remembers this?  Retro fans from the UK will instantly remember this.  You turn up at school and expect a boring class in primary school but instead the 28" CRT TV is wheeled in by the substitute teacher.  You wait patiently for some awesome show.  What you probably end up with is another episode of "The Way We Were."  Oh well.  At least it was an easy hour before play time.


Who remembers Cor! Annual 1985?


Retro Beer Cans From 1975 And Jaws Are Making A Return

Drink beer?  Like Jaws?  They you're going to love this.  Remember that scene in Jaws where Quint crushes a can in front of  Hooper?  Well now you can relive that scene thanks to Narragansett Beer.  They've come up with this fantastic idea of bringing back the beer in their 1975 retro designed cans.  The same design Quint got his shark smelling hands on in the Steven Spielberg directed movie.

Back by popular demand, we’re excited to announce the re-release of the Narragansett 1975 “Jaws” can just in time for the anniversary of the iconic film’s debut on June 20. This summer, all 12-, 18- and 30-packs of 12-ounce cans of Narragansett Lager will replicate the 1975 can famously crushed by Captain Sam Quint!

In conjunction with the relaunch, we’re supporting shark conservation efforts in the Atlantic Ocean and giving ‘Gansett fans a chance to name and track an adopted shark!
In partnership with the R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School …

Counting Down the 80s Hits from 1989 - The Top 20 Songs of '89 based on the US 80s Music Charts

In this installment of our Counting Down the 80s series, The Great 80s counts down the top 20 songs of 1989 (Based on the end of year US Billboard Charts). We also take a look at the top TV Shows and top Movies of 1989.

A walkthrough of the ZX Spectrum game, Back to the Future Part III.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Complete First BBC TV Episode

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Episode One

The making of Fawlty Towers - Fawlty Towers - BBC

John Cleese reveals how the show came about in this exclusive interview from the BBC. John had always wanted to write and perform in a comedy about a hotel, and even though schedules were tight, the team produced the fantastic end result that is Fawlty Towers. Watch more high quality videos on the new Comedy Greats YouTube channel from BBC Worldwide here: