89. I remember the Young Generation.
90. I remember Betty Stöve, who played in the women’s singles, doubles and mixed doubles finals at Wimbledon in 1977, and lost them all.
91. I remember Casey Jones a-steamin’ and a-rollin’ / Casey Jones you never have to guess / When you hear the tootin’ of the whistle / It’s Casey at the throttle of the Cannonball Express!
92. I remember Moira Anderson.
93. I remember Joe Brown climbing the Old Man of Hoy, hours of rock climbing on live television.
94. I remember being told it was impossible to square a circle, and so setting out to prove otherwise (so far without success, but I came quite close).
95. I remember EPs.
96. I remember the firefighter Red Adair, whose daring seemed impossibly thrilling.
97. I remember when I first walked through a revolving door.
98. I remember Jack Hargreaves.
99. I remember punk band the Fruit Eating Bears, whose ‘Door in my Face’ was entered in the UK heat of the Eurovision Song Contest. They came last.
100. I remember walking carefully so as to avoid stepping on any cracks in the pavement.
101. I remember the first Beatles song I ever heard, which rather oddly was ‘Honey Pie’.
102. I remember pretending to be asleep so that I could listen to my parents say how sweet I looked now that I was asleep.
103. I remember Knickerbocker Glories.
104. I remember Derek Underwood coming into bowl, piles of sawdust strewn about the field.
105. I remember when greengrocers picked the fruit and vegetables for you, and how much some resented the change when people started to pick their own.
106. I remember realising that Popeye’s fondness for spinach was propaganda.
107. I remember dolly birds.
108. I remember the TV salesman who appeared repeatedly in advertisements in the early weeks of Channel 4 because some boycott meant that only the same few ads with non-actors could be screened.
109. I remember the Diddymen.
110. I remember being thrilled at the possibilities that were opened up when a teacher explained what the meaning of a ditto mark was.
111. I remember Dandy Livingstone.
112. I remember George Davis is Innocent.
113. I remember The Master Game, a TV series in which chess players provided commentary while you watched them play, so it looked like you could hear them thinking.
114. I remember decimalisation.
115. I remember the first record that I bought, which was Chuck Berry’s ‘My Ding-a-Ling’. The record I actually wanted to buy was Slade’s ‘Gudbuy t’Jane’, but I knew I would have to play it to everyone when I got home and thought that my parents wouldn’t like it.
116. I remember being really worried about the Mysterions.
117. I remember writing in italics.
118. I remember Radio Caroline sinking.
119. I remember Dinky toys.