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"Brits of a certain age will remember Saturday mornings listening to "Junior Choice" on the radio. How much do you remember about the programme and the music it broadcast?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Ed Stewart was the longest running presenter of "Junior Choice". Who presented the show before him?
Who replaced Ed Stewart as presenter in 1980?
On what station was "Junior Choice" broadcast?
"Morningtown Ride" was the introductory music to the show for most of the time that Ed Stewart presented it. Which group took this song to No. 2 in the UK charts in December 1966?
Peter, Paul and Mary
Simon and Garfunkel
The New Seekers
"Junior Choice" evolved from another programme that aired between 1954-1966. What was the name of this programme?
"Listen With Mother"
Anyone who listened to "Junior Choice" in its heyday will remember the song "My Bruvver". Which comedian sang it?
Another often requested song on "Junior Choice" was by Charlie Drake, complaining that something wouldn't come back. What was that something?
(One Word, nine letters - think Australia)
Another song involved the singer enquiring into the cost of what animal that languished in a pet shop window?
Which singer noisily lamented that "I've Lost My Mummy"?
(Two words, or just surname ... 4+6 letters - better known as TV presenter and artist)
Ed Stewart played a catchphrase of a cheeky young boy saying something. What was he saying?
"Give Us A Kiss"
"Show Us Yer Knickers"
"I'm Telling Mum"
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Compiled Dec 04 13