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Friday, 26 September 2014
Here's One We Made Earlier in Manchester
Blue Peter garden. Blue Peter would once again play a part in this return trip as this time we visited the Lowry’s Here's One We Made Earlier exhibition which explores the past 90 years of children's television at the BBC. Walking through the exhibit was like walking through one’s childhood with various iconic relics and photographs scattered thought the exhibition space. Familiar faces and quotes lined the walls as the sound of familiar television themes and people saying, “I remember that” filled the air, it was brilliant. During these dark times of scandalous truths emerging about a handful of our childhood heroes it is important to strengthen our memories of the ones that didn’t let us down.
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Well that sounds fantastic, certainly - I'm involved in the running of a big event in Manchester's Event City from the 8th-13th October, which I understand is NEAR Salford... Might be able to slip away for a couple of hours, hopefully.ReplyDelete
Ottis always gave me a mild creeping sensation as a youngster, hope those memories don't manifest themselves.
Big event in Manchester's Event City? How intriguing! It is indeed NEAR Salford, if you do go, try and visit the Blue Peter garden (next stop on the Metro) nice spot to have lunch. Although I didn’t hate Ottis by any means I was more of the Gordon the Gopher, Bobby the Banana, Edd the Duck/ Wilson the Butler generation ;)Delete
I'd love to visit, but too far away for me, alas. Hope it comes to Glasgow.ReplyDelete
See that you do if it does! I happened to be there to see Stephen Fry, made the trek as I doubt either Mr. Fry or this exhibition will visit Bangor ;)Delete