Bill Rutter (Shoreham -by-Sea) says...
The comments about 'Mum cooking dinner' make the memories come flooding back. That's just how it was with TWFF the soundtrack to my younger days - I still love Nat King Cole because of it. Fabulous. Must go now - I seem to have something in my eye.
2nd September 2017 1:48pm
Ken rose (Mansfield) says...
As a kid of about 11years old I use to look forward to the Program every week
would just love to hear some old recording of the program, are there any recording out there Wish the BBC could replay some of the old recordings again
I'sent Nostalgia great
23rd July 2017 6:29pm
Brendan Kerr (Leicester) says...
Very much a big part of my childhood, the show was always on when mum did Sunday dinner as Dad made his way from the 'Legion.. Will always remember Soul Coaxing drifting over the airwaves, surprisingly as it became a Northern Soul Classic.. Sad for it to go but as I came to BFPO35 in 1984, BFBS was there and was like an old friend I hadn't met in yrs.. Thank you to all concerned.
22nd January 2017 3:44pm
Bob Armstrong (Middlesborough) says...
Trying to track down a r cording of Forces Favourites 25th December 1968 for Green Howard's. I recorded this with John Westlake for British Honduras. Anyone any ideas???
13th January 2017 7:26pm
Mike Glanfield (Winslow) says...
I fondly remember those Sunday lunchtimes, when mum would be getting the Sunday roast ready. I always looked forward to hearing the voice of Bill Paul (not sure if that's spelt correctly) from Toronto. The background fading and hissing sounds, as radio waves made it across the globe, always made me think of just how far away all those outposts were. Delightful! I would love to get hold of just one of the many program recordings. Is that possible?
6th January 2017 8:35pm
David Bentley (Halifax west yorkshire) says...
Happy days listening at home every Sunday, then later on my birthday a request whilst serving in Cyprus with the army for Olivia Newton john to sing take me home country roads, which I missed whilst on duty, but anyway thanks Mum and Dad the lads told me about it.
23rd November 2016 11:29pm
Sandra Scott (Kirkcaldy) says...
How well I remember every Sunday lunchtime listening to two way family favourites.The excitement when a record was played for my brother serving in the Navy.Ella Fitzgerald Eveytime we say goodbye.Happy days indeed
20th September 2016 3:17pm
Amanda Catley (Staines) says...
My mum & her family went to the bbc to record a greeting for their uncle Cecil who was serving in the Navy. Her brother , who was 4years old, sang "The Sailor With The Navy Blue Eyes" & was a big hit with the presenters. We wonder if there would be a recording somewhere still. It's especially dear to her as she recently lost her brother.
14th August 2016 7:32pm
Ahthose were the good old days (Derry city Ireland.) says...
From Patrick Mc Bride, 19/6/16
Derry City, Ireland,
I really enjoyed listening every Sunday for that special Hour from 12 to 1 pm the music & songs were Brilliant & most enjoyable , Sadly never again to return ,
19th June 2016 12:00pm
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