"Terry Collier, as in pit".

 
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The First Pathfinders: Operational History of Kamp&hellip by Ken Wakefield
4.0 out of 5 stars The First Pathfinders, 30 Oct 2012
I remember reading this book when it was first published in 1981 by William Kimber & Co Ltd. This edition is published by Crecy Books Ltd. The photographs in this edition appear to have been made from bad photo copies the important ones of which are little better than useless. One picture in particular that I saw in the original book is missing from this one. Otherwise the typescript is good. The technicalities in the book are excellent for those knowledgable on this subject.
The Likely Lads Collection (6 Disc BBC Box Set) [D&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ James Bolam
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
I'm old enough to have seen TLL's when it was first shown. Unfortunately I lived at the time outside the area which could get a good BBC signal.It's about 45? years ago now and I can only remember Bob and Terry passing one another at the army barrack gates, one going in and one coming out, that was Bob. Since then I've collected the audio tapes, done around 1975 and have on VHS tape most of the WHTTLL's. I watch them frequently much to the amusement of my family. We live in the area Ian La Frenais used to live (West monkseaton Whitley Bay) in prior to him becoming famous. The school, the teacher and most of the names are of real people and places. It was the way we used to live in those… Read more

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