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    Ed Stewpot Stewart Family Favourites radio show

    Are there any UK members here who tuned into Family Favourites?
    I'm keen to compile a list of records that were a regular feature of the show.
    We plan on having a 'naff' night party, playing old FF tunes.
    Here are a few titles..would love your contributions. A few to start with:

    Big Bad John
    Three wheels on my wagon
    Runaway train
    Hello mother hello father
    Deck of cards
    Hole in the ground
    Right said Fred
    My boomerang won't come back
    Come outside
    Goodness gracious me

    Hopefully you can add some old FF tunes..

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    My memory is failing I'm afraid...I think the show was called Junior Choice, not FF. Sorry

  3. #3
    Ragtime Cowboy Joe - The Chipmunks

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    Kids - The Kirby Stone Four

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    Sparky's Magic Piano

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    The Ugly Duckling - Danny Kaye

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    Tubby The Tuba - Danny Kaye

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    Nellie The Elephant - Mandie Miller
    The Laughing Policeman - Charles Penrose
    Teddy Bears' Picnic - Henry Hall

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    I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat - Mel Blanc

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    I Know An Old Lady - Burl Ives

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    West grand
    Thanks for those suggestions..spot on.
    I've actually found CD compilations covering this entire genre..100 tracks for about 5...ordered them, should be a blast.
    Thanks again

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    You're very welcome, Snakepit. Have the best 'naff' party ever.

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    Was there one for Torchy, the battery boy

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    I only seem to remember the string puppet TV series of 'Torchy, The Battery Boy.'... (Roberta Leigh and Gerry Anderson)

  15. #15
    That's what I was referring to

  16. #16
    I thought of one

    My Brother....Charlie Drake

  17. #17
    Have you been on the sherry, again??! LOL

    This thread is about a RADIO show - Junior Choice - so how can Torchy, a TV show, feature?

    And 'My Brother' was by Terry Scott.....LOLOLOL

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    I have fond memories of "The Three Billy Goats Gruff Song" by Frank Luther, though it probably predated Ed Stewart and was played during Uncle Mac's stint on Junior Choice.


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