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EyeSpy: Remembering Roy Skelton

It was announced yesterday that actor, voice artist and singer Roy Skelton has died aged 79. He was best known as being the voice of Zippy and George in Thames Televisions classic children’s series Rainbow.   The series ran on ITV from 1971 until 1992, with two short-lived revivals in the mid-1990s of which Skelton was not asked to return for.. Geoffrey Hayes, who was the lead presenter of Rainbow

Eye Spy: Remembering Janet Brown

ATV Today remembers the actress and comedienne Janet Brown who was best known for her impersonations of Margaret Thatcher. ATV Today remembers the actress and comedienne Janet Brown who was best known for her impersonations of Margaret Thatcher.

EyeSpy: Remembering Andrew Gold

Andrew Gold, best known for ‘Thank You For Being A Friend’, the theme from hit US sitcom The Golden Girls, has died aged 59. The singer and songwriter died from a heart attack, newspaper reports suggest. His first major hit was ‘Lonely Boy’, released in 1977, and was followed up with ‘Thank You For Being A Friend’ a year later. The latter became best remembered as the theme tune to

EyeSpy: Remembering George Webley

George Webley, best known as ‘Big George’ has died aged only 53. The presenter and musician died in the early hours of Saturday after collapsing at his home in Milton Keynes. Here we celebrate his life with a musical interlude. George Webley, best known as ‘Big George’ has died aged only 53. The presenter and musician died in the early hours of Saturday after collapsing at his home in Milton

Who said EastEnders wasn’t funny?

Whenever the critics decide to bash EastEnders they always claim its full of doom, gloom and misery. Well this little clip should prove to them that EastEnders can be funny as well. Whenever the critics decide to bash EastEnders they always claim its full of doom, gloom and misery. Well this little clip should prove to them that EastEnders can be funny as well. Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) and Shirley

Another Bold and the Beautiful clip

  We present another clip from the world’s most watched daytime soap; The Bold and the Beautiful. We present another clip from the world’s most watched daytime soap; The Bold and the Beautiful – actually its two clips. The clips are from several years ago and revolve around Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) revealing to her family that she faked a heart-attack. Stephanie faked the heart-attack to wreck her son, Ridge

As The World Turns Tribute

On Friday afternoon the CBS soap As The World Turns ended after 54 years on-air. Once one of the top-rated soaps in America the series fall was due to low ratings; a similar fate befell fellow soap Guiding Light last year. On Friday afternoon the CBS soap As The World Turns ended after 54 years on-air. Once one of the top-rated soaps in America the series fall was due to

Iconic Soap Departures

On Friday evening the nation’s favourite landlady Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) strolled out of Albert Square for the final time. So we’ve decided to take a look at some of the other iconic and memorable departures from soaps with classic characters such as Diane Hunter, Elsie Tanner and Pauline Fowler all featuring!

Eye Spy Xtra: Mrs Slocombe and Her Pussy

With the sad news that actress Mollie Sugden has passed away we present an extra edition of Eye Spy which features some clips, on You Tube, of the actress’ most famous character – that of Mrs. Slocombe in Are You Being Served. The short clips are guaranteed to make you laugh even after all these years. Mrs Slocombe and her pussy are perhaps one of the most associated things with