Faded Screens: Cult TV
A collection of links to Cult TV, predominantly Time Travellers, Sorcerers and Magical Memories of long ago..
Adam Adamant Lives! - Sixties hero
Catweazle - Nothing works, Touchwood!
The Databanks of Clive Banks contain many memories of cult TV.
Dr Who - in Time And Relative Dimensions In Space.
Let's go Back to the Future with Marty & The Doc.
The Tomorrow People- going for a jaunt?
Time After Time (The 1979 film) with Mary Steenburgen.
Timebusters - Timebusters go, catch the bus!
Ace Of Wands - Michael Mackenzie working his magic. [Off-line Dec 2012]
The Adventure Game As shown on BBC2 in the Eighties: an early Crystal Maze with thought provoking words such as Doogy Rev and a strange currency of Drogna.
Bewitched -The original Samantha Stephens with Elizabeth Montgomery, twitching her nose.
Children of the Stones - Seventies time, space and magic.
Joe 90 - Most Special Agent.
Noggin the Nog
There are two excellent sites, both endorsed by Oliver Postgate of Smallfilms:
The first is Noggin the Nog and the other is Noggin's home, the Northlands.
Shirley Holmes a keen new-age relative of Sherlock.
Small Time with Pussy Cat Willum, Ollie Beak and Fred Barker.
Small Time - The Complete History by Malcolm Batchelor
Roberta Leigh was the creator of Sara & Hoppity which was a series of puppet stories, highly popular with children, about a girl Sara, and her rescued goblin doll which had one leg shorter than the other - hence the name Hoppity.
Check out Alistair's Star Maidens site and see Catherine Bujold's montages. Buy the DVD and watch a young Judy Geeson and Gareth Thomas in this cult 1970s sci-fi series.
Terrahawks - Gerry Anderson's space witches.
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