The A-Team, Clangers and Wacky Races: 20 of the TV programmes you want to bring back from your childhood

There’s no denying we have all watched a bit more television during the pandemic.

But what’s the one programme from your younger days which you would love to watch again?

Here are some of your top picks from our social media pages:

The A-Team: The American series ran from 1983 to 1987.

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The Adventures of Champion: Lots of you picked Champion the Wonder Horse as one of your favourites.

The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe: Many of you shared fond memories of watching this.

Auf Wiedersehen, Pet: The cast included Tim Healy, Jimmy Nail and Timothy Spall.

The Banana Splits: Did anyone else want to be in the band?

The Basil Brush Show: Basil first hit our screens in 1962 before going on to star in his own show.

Baywatch: At its time, Baywatch was the most-watched television programme in the world.

The Clangers: Anyone for some soup or string pudding?

Follyfoot: The programme ran for three series.

Fun House: You’re telling fibs if you say you didn’t want to be a contestant on this …

Gladiators: Who as your top-pick contestant?

Grange Hill: You must have caught some episodes of this during its 30-year run.

The Jetsons: We all dreamed of living in Orbit City.

The Magic Roundabout: Dougal, Brian, Ermintrude, Dylan and Zebedee!

Playbus or Playdays: We loved playing Why Bird a visit.

Steptoe and Son: Is this BBC show one of your contenders for Britain’s best sitcom?

Thunderbirds: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1: Thunderbirds Are Go!

Worzel Gummidge: Based on the books by Barbara Euphan Todd.

Wacky Races: Penelope Pitstop was my favourite!

Watch with Mother: A favourite with the little ones!

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