My Name Is Harry Worth ran for eight episodes in 1974 on ITV, while Good Night Sweetheart aired between 1993 – 1999 and ran for 6 series, coming back for a one off special in 2016.
Good Night Sweetheart sees Nicholas Lyndhurst play a TV repairman who stumbles upon a time portal at Duckett’s Passage, which leads into 1940’s war time London. The cast also includes Michelle Holmes, Dervla Kirwan, Emma Amos, Elizabeth Carling, Victor McGuire and Christopher Ettridge.
It’s great to see these classic television series again, other shows that are currently on That’s TV include, It Ain’t Half Hot Mum, Rab C Nesbitt, The Kenny Everett Video Show and Birds of a Feather.
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Whilst other series such as, Ronnie Corbett’s Sorry, Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?, Benny Hill, Sykes and Alf Garrnet have all been shown in recent weeks. Both That’s TV and Talking Pictures TV are proving that there really is a demand for these classic TV series and films.
In fact I’d have to say these are my two most watched and favourite TV channels at the moment. Long may they continue to add more classic content to their schedules.
You can watch Good Night Sweetheart everyday from around 7:55pm with a late night repeat around 1am. Meanwhile My Name Is Harry Worth is on at around 11pm, times vary slightly depending on the day.
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