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Back in time for Christmas

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lastqueenofscotland Mon 14-Dec-15 21:03:45

I was a huge fan of back in time for dinner and loved the family.
Great they are back! Anyone else watching?

LauraChant Mon 14-Dec-15 21:12:42

I'm watching! I like this family. Sobering to think of shortages/ rationing at Christmas from 1940 to 1954 - some children, that would be all they had ever known.

And asbestos snow!

LauraChant Mon 14-Dec-15 21:13:25

I love that 40s hair!

megletthesecond Mon 14-Dec-15 21:14:24

It's good.

eeeew at the ox heart.

LauraChant Mon 14-Dec-15 21:15:37

"It's ox......heart."


Cric Mon 14-Dec-15 21:16:59

Ooooo I didn't know this was back! Bbc2 still? I will have to get it on catch up!

absolutelynotfabulous Mon 14-Dec-15 21:17:05

Rochelle's cooking skills seem to have come on.....and she's smilinggrin

BikeRunSki Mon 14-Dec-15 21:17:32

I love that burgundy dress.

LauraChant Mon 14-Dec-15 21:30:11

I love that pink apron overall pinafore thing

seasidesally Mon 14-Dec-15 21:31:25

oh gonna watch it later,love Rochelle

LauraChant Mon 14-Dec-15 21:44:08

Rochelle's little wave at the Queen!

megletthesecond Mon 14-Dec-15 21:49:14

I still have one of those gnome decorations! (Passed down from parents decs)..

Shinyshoes2 Mon 14-Dec-15 21:52:40

Choc cigarettes and pipes as a kids Christmas gift
Never heard of Johnny 7 hmm

LauraChant Mon 14-Dec-15 21:53:13

Lots of those 60s decs look familiar - they were still hanging around our decoration box in the late 70s/80s! I remember those kind of crepe paper strips and I wasn't born til 1975.

Shinyshoes2 Mon 14-Dec-15 21:54:01

He got her a Hoover wine

Lilymaid Mon 14-Dec-15 21:56:18

Remember the chocolate cigarettes etc which were in my stocking every year but neither DH nor DB ever got a Johnny 7 - or had heard of one!

5Foot5 Tue 15-Dec-15 13:48:09

DH had heard of a Johnny Seven and was as excited about it as Brandon seemed to be.

Love this programme - second part tonight (Tuesday). Look forward to seeing the 70s Christmas

AmIthatautumnal Tue 15-Dec-15 21:29:00

I didn't realise it was on last night. It seems to be the 1940s that I'm watching just now,though

LauraChant Tue 15-Dec-15 21:32:23

I forgot it was on again tonight - have missed the start of 1970s!

LauraChant Tue 15-Dec-15 21:32:43

As I did in real life actually

AmIthatautumnal Tue 15-Dec-15 21:37:50

Ah, BBC 2 Scotland is showing the first one now, which explains why I am currently watching them looking around their 50s house

I'd forgotten how much I loved this family

LauraChant Tue 15-Dec-15 21:40:44

This is going to be a rather disjointed conversation autumnal since we are watching two different programmes wink

Ah, the 80s, my era.

AmIthatautumnal Tue 15-Dec-15 22:15:15

Next instalment on Thursday 😀

LauraChant Tue 15-Dec-15 22:16:12

I liked your episode more grin

MrsLogicFromViz Thu 17-Dec-15 22:45:27

I like all of the different houses.

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