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Noel grabs three seconds for a smile before embarking on another helicopter-powered po-faced finger-pointing anti-government dementahonThe genesis of [cref 3091 SWAP SHOP], according to Noel, in the shape of a weekly half-hour live phone-in discussion for kids every Wednesday throughout June and July of 1975, concentrating on a different topic each week. They were: Appearance, Friends, Parents, Pocket Money, School, Fears, Fashions, Brothers & Sisters, Pets, and, er, Friends again. Already with an eye for a recyclable format, the man Edmonds was soon fashioning the chattiness and discussion elements into a “What’s your question for Toyah?” and “What have you got to swap?” agenda. Cheers Noel!

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  1. Chris

    November 3, 2020 at 6:01 am

    I was on the pocket money Z-Shed pocket money show in back in 1975.
    Today, Nov 2020 I saw Noel in a DIY shop in Rodney District in New Zealand. Sadly he didn’t recognise me 😂

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