I've just been watching a wonderful programme about Stevie Wonder. And guess who turned up , but only the spinning Sue and a close up of Gill. They were playing Happy birthday.
I watched that too and really enjoyed it. Stevie Wonder is an amazing talent. Songs In The Key Of Life is probably my all time favourite album ever.
Absolutely great to see the girls cropping up unexpectedly as well
I saw this too. Loved his music and Songs in the Key of Life was a beautiful double opus with a something extra for all his fans who had waited so long. Was really hoping they would show Pans People dancing to Boogie on Reggae Woman. Loved that song but all of his were fab including Do I Do which ran for over ten minutes on the Musicquarium compilation. Never really taken with his solo No.1 at all. I still have the 12" single to it as this was better with the fade out for five minutes with his vocals.
Equally lovely to see Legs & Co. I wondered about Gill. It reads like someone is giving her the eye or thinking something really negative like going home to an empty house that night. I still reckon she was not happy about been let go. Shame they went so early really.
Everywhere, wherever you look, manipulation rearing it's head.
This question appeared on an edition of 'Richard Osman's House Of Games' a couple of weeks ago.
It was part of a round where all the answers contained the word pan but the contestant had to exclude it from the answer, so in this case the correct answer was s people. The comedian Richard Herring got it correct.
Ryan, how was the Kal event on Saturday the 8th? Was there anything of interest to us Dancing Queen fans, or in the wider world of those with an interest in 70s Television?
I was at the event Hanway2. They showed a 1972 Christmas edition of Coronation Street where Annie Walker went to a function where Bernard Manning was the compere. He told a joke that included the word "knickers". Mrs Walker didn’t approve, and she put on her disgusted look 😂
Nothing about TOTPs or anything directly related to our primary subject. Lots for fans of Kenneth Williams though. Top notch day as usual.