D’you remember your telly in 1969?

Space Voyage light show, St Albans Cathedral, October 2019
– Apollo 11 on tv on the wall of the Abbey

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 2 November 2019

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

48 thoughts on “D’you remember your telly in 1969?

  1. Our telly was new and very fickle. We hoped it would work on the night of the moon landing – and luckily it did. My parents woke me in the middle of the night (Germany). We had a girl from Austria staying with us, she was the same age as me (= 10) and she didn’t want to get up saying it would be boring. And I was so excited!
    I had different plans for my sixer but I was glued to the telly this morning watching men battling it out in Japan. Not as momentous as the moon landing but hopefully an inspiration for all of South Africa! https://picturesimperfectblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/02/ngiabonga-for-an-awesome-rugby-game/


    1. It was very well done. I think they have probably done some work at Lumiere so you may have seen them. Though they do seem to specialise in churches and cathedrals. I’m off for what is expected to be a very wet walk around Battersea. I’m wrapped up! Enjoy your sun and party, Jo!


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