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    Remember old TV

    Remember these oldies - Hall's pictorial weekly and the Riordans!!! It wasn't that long ago this little country was a very very different place



    The Riordans - Tea, Taboos and Tractors



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    Human nature never changes; always there will be some "Disgusted, Dunsandle" types whinging about something which isn't even unimportant - it's not even an issue!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhb171achill View Post
    Human nature never changes; always there will be some "Disgusted, Dunsandle" types whinging about something which isn't even unimportant - it's not even an issue!
    Is there a recording of the episode where some bloke is moaning about the wagon underframes being painted black..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broithe View Post
    Is there a recording of the episode where some bloke is moaning about the wagon underframes being painted black..?
    Absolutely! It featured in every episode, and quite right it was too!

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    Of course we have Irish Pictorial Weekly now
    While we don't have the Minister for Hardship, it's still pretty funny
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