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UK Childrens ITV continuity & adverts-January 14th 1985

Here is continuity, coming out of an episode of 'He-Man and the Masters of the Universe' (the first season's "Game Plan", 1983), and an advertisement break before going in to episode two of creepy childrens drama 'Chocky's Children'. This week Childrens ITV was being presented by Roland Rat, very shortly before he moved to the BBC. Unfortunately during this clip he was away and his friend Kevin the Gerbil is presenting instead!

Adverts include:
* Free Ghostbusters transfers in Shreddies and shreddied Wheath (I still have some of these stuck on my old wardrobe!!)
* Le Crunch Bunch (French Golden Delicious apples)
* Star Wars Return of the Jedi toys
* Biactol face wash
* Bisto ("Never in a month of Sundays")
* One Day Bus Passes
* Batchelors Snack-a-Soup

...Followed by a trailer for school comedy 'Behind the Bike Sheds', before going in to episode two of 'Chocky's Challenge' (even the music is enough to s…

Early Neighbours Credits

Climax and credit sequence to episode 15 of Neighbours, first broadcast in the UK on BBC1 on Friday 14 November 1986.

Children's BBC 1986: Phillip Schofield sings Ulysses 31!

It's early 1987 and the 26-episode cartoon Ulysses 31 is being repeated on Children's BBC on Thursday afternoons. In this clip, Broom Cupboard presenter Phillip Schofield, ably assisted by Gordon the Gopher, "sing" the theme song, in vision. This preceded the singing of Mysterious Cities of Gold and is a very funny clip!

Phillip Schofield sings Mysterious Cities of Gold

Children's BBC 1988 - Andy Crane sings Willy Fog

Opening titles to episode 24 of Willy Fog and Andy is singing along!

Fawlty Towers cast including John Cleese celebrate sit-com

John Cleese, Connie Booth, Prunella Scales and Andrew Sachs unveil two documentaries about the making of Fawlty Towers

Tin Can Alley Advert

Evolution of PC Audio - As Told by Secret of Monkey Island

Mansell overtakes Senna - Hungary 1989

Nigel Mansell's Greatest Drives Brazil 1989

Dire Straits - Money For Nothing Music Video