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Mrs Slocombe's Pussy #2020

Mrs Slocombe s Pussy Stewart Jeffries looks at how sport cartoons the news sitcoms and soaps have moved onto our screens into our livingrooms and out beyond to become the one national culture

  • Title: Mrs Slocombe's Pussy
  • Author: Stuart Jeffries
  • ISBN: 9780002258890
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mrs Slocombe's Pussy By Stuart Jeffries, Stewart Jeffries looks at how sport, cartoons, the news, sitcoms and soaps have moved onto our screens, into our livingrooms and out beyond to become the one national culture.

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    1. No, contrary to the title this book isn t some kind of perv book It s an inside joke that anyone who s ever watched Are You Being Served would understand, and though unfortunately that brilliantly funny show isn t so popular these days, it was at one time very well known and still has a fanbase today This book was written in a humorous style and dives into mostly British popular television shows to give us a view of how they are shaping modern culture It was well written and a laugh riot and I h [...]

    2. Stuart Jeffries works for The Guardian, he expects to have spent eleven years in front of the television by the time he is 72, and when he wrote this book he was half way there and had 150 TV channels to choose from Sadly, not one of them showed Carol Hersey, the much missed girl pictured playing noughts and crosses against some clown dummy monster on the Test Card It gave some children nightmares Snorky from the Banana Splits had the same effect on me For the benefit of youngsters, the test car [...]

    3. Most of the Tv is from my youth so was a nice trip down memory lane The extrapolation that the characters from Are You Being Served all represented a facet of the state of the British Empire at the start pif the 70s was fairly well drawn but i think very revisionist Overall if you grew up in Britain in the 70s 80s you will enjoy the read.

    4. Stuart Jeffries writes a nostalgic memoir based around his favourite TV programmes.He shares personal anecdotes and a recollection of his feelings and experiences related to his television viewing.He reflects on simple things in a meaningful way.These days TV offers stories full of melodrama and perversity created a world of illusion.All those who grew up in front of the television made TV programmes their internal world.Prior to the television world of illusion, peoples internal worlds were mad [...]

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