Wk 21.10.15 – Daleks and Ear Tweaser clues

This week’s Ear Tweaser isn’t as difficult as I first thought…….. shame but I think I’ll have caught a few people out 🙂

Some of the clues were:

It was the theme tune from a 1950/60s ITV TV series.

Some of the episodes aired in 1960 were called: Trapped, Double Trouble, The Pharoah Stones and the most obvious one Bride For An Outlaw 🙂

Guest stars have included: Patrick Troughton (Dr Who), Paul Eddingon (The Good Life), Ronald Hines (We’ll Meet Again and Not In Front Of The Children), Donald Pleasence (Starred in too many productions to mention) and Jane Asher (Probably as famous for her cakes now as her acting career although she starred In The Old Guys and has appeared in Holby City)

If you can’t wait for the answer, see bottom of the page


This week we played Finley’s interview with a Dalek and he’s been busy telling his school friends all about it, for some strange reason they don’t believe him 🙂 I’d like to say a big Thank You to the  Charity Dalek Squad for making it possible. I’m going to have to start carrying a recorder with me when I go out in future, in the meantime thank goodness for phone technology……….


Celine Dion – Because You Loved Me
UB 40 – I Got You Babe
Alison Limerick – Make It On My Own
Wet Wet Wet – Goodnight Girl
The Pasadenas I’m Doing Fine Now
Diana Ross – When You Tell Me That You Love Me
Daryl Hall & John Oates – Maneater
Charlene – I’ve Never Been To Me
The Blackbyrds – Walking In Rhythm
Enrique Inglesias – Escape
Supertramp – The Logical Song
Earth Wind & Fire – Boogie Wonderland
Stereo MC’s – Connected
Saturdays – Just Can’t Get Enough
JX -There’s Nothing I Won’t Do
Erasure – A Little Respect
Kim Carnes – Bette Davis Eyes
Ronan Keating – If Tomorrow Never Comes
Reel to Real -I Like To Move It
Liberty X – Just A Little
Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville – Don’t Know Much
Kool & The Gang – Ladies Night
Millie – My Boy Lollipop
Phillip Bailey & hil Collins – Easy Lover
McFly – You’ve Got A Friend
Dick James– Theme from The Adventures Of Robin Hood
Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody



Answer to the Eartweaser







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