ROBERT OPIES MUSEUM OF ADVERTISING
Last Post 11 Nov 2017 09:06 PM by hilbert. 9 Replies.
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09 Nov 2017 10:51 AM  

 I AM RELIABLY INFORMED THAT THE MUSEUM WILL FEATURE ON BARGAIN HUNT TOMORROW ( FRIDAY ). LETS HOPE WE SEE SOME INTERESTING THINGS !!

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09 Nov 2017 01:13 PM  
Always good to catch Robert on the box.
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10 Nov 2017 02:25 AM  

Is there any way to view this in Australia ?

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10 Nov 2017 06:11 AM  

Robert has produced a quantity of 'visual material' over the years relics enabling folk overseas to be sucked into the wonderful & colourful world of past packaging.

The latest is a humdinger of a DVD - - see link below - well worth adding it to your Christmas present link:
http://www.throwawayhistory.com

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10 Nov 2017 07:41 AM  
Hi relics, In answer to your question, the programme called " bargain Hunt " is on BBC1 at 12.15pm GMT. Don't know whether you can pick up our free to air programmes but you might get it on the bbc I- player which is internet based. Usually about 24 hours later. The DVD mentioned above is also available to purchase
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10 Nov 2017 02:47 PM  
If Ive watched the right one, it looks like Robert didn't reach the final edit
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10 Nov 2017 06:36 PM  
Apologies to all. According to the " Reliable Source " he "goofed".
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10 Nov 2017 08:56 PM  

Thanks for that info guys
Has anyone bought the Throwaway History DVD ?
Looks to have much post war and modern content .
Does it highlight any  Victorian /Edwardian advertising  ?

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11 Nov 2017 12:21 AM  
It’s not bad, few bits of pre war stuff
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11 Nov 2017 09:06 PM  

Thanks madwon. I sat and watched that drivel.

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