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Tiswas Album Coming Soon!

If you were listening to Absolute radio recently, you might have heard the news.. if… Keep Reading →

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Business Affairs – July 3rd, 2009

Missed an episode? Catch up on Sally’s radio show discussing the issues relating to businesses in Surrey on the Brooklands FM website.

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Sally’s Radio Show: BUSINESS AFFAIRS on Brooklands FM

Sally currently presents and runs Business Affairs, a monthly programme on Brooklands FM. In her show, Sally discusses the effects of the current economic climate and other relevant issues with local business owners.

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Status Quo on Tiswas

(From Tiswas: Reunited, 2007)

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From the BBC: Tarrant Brings Tiswas Back to TV

“…Tarrant has launched an appeal for recordings of Tiswas, as many of the original tapes were scrapped. “If anybody’s got any videos that will help us put this programme together, please get in touch,” he told the BBC. Tiswas became a cult favourite when it hit the airwaves on Birmingham-based ITV station ATV in 1974.

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Rick Parfitt With Sally James

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From the Website of Madness…

…Madness get banned from Tizwas[sic] after a series of unfortunate incidents involving Suggs, Chas, Sally James and a spray can full of silly string. They sprayed some at Sally James and it got stuck to her false eyelashes. When the boys tried in gentlemanly fashion to remove it her eyelash came off with it.

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Sally Interviews Big Daddy & Giant Haystacks (1981)

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About Tiswas

The anarchic, irreverent nature that has become the trademark style of Saturday morning children’s television… Keep Reading →

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A Few Words From Glyn Edwards, The Producer of Tiswas

“..To Brits of a certain generation TISWAS means a great deal. It’s been celebrated as the definitive childrens’ Saturday morning TV programme with its anarchic live mix of comedy, custard pies (or ‘flans’ to the initiated), celebrities and chaos.”

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