TV: L is for... Look, Stranger! By TV Cream Posted on January 21, 2018 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments ON BBC2 FROM 1980s MUSTY MAN ALIVERY with a doff of a whimsy-sized hat to ABOUT BRITAIN. Regional slant on craft activities, its content forever escalated out of all propotion by a tantalisingly existing computerised map of the country in the opening titles. Related Items:1980s, BBC2, Colourful locals with a story to tell, People looking at old things Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you Man Alive Domesday Detectives, The Making the Most of the Micro/Micro Live/Micro File 1 Comment 1 Comment THX 1139 January 30, 2013 at 11:16 pm BBC Alba are repeating this on Monday nights at the moment, the Scottish episodes from the 1970s at any rate, introduced by a man who looks like a very awkward Tintin who tells us what the places featured are like now (usually the population has dwindled). The films themselves bring new meaning to the word austere, lots of fishing and sheep farming and one TV between them. Also Bernard Sumner did the music for an episode I saw. Probably not THAT Bernard Sumner. No instructions for looking stranger, sadly. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.