I Love Toys - Remembering the Playtimes of Yesterday
Pictures, video clips and memories of the toys we all used to love.
The first console.
Check your biorhytyms at home. But, why?
It's a Chopper baby. It's Zed's, baby.
Proto-cassette tapes that just didn't last.
Fairy Liquid gets street cred.
American Beanbag-ankle-interface fun.
Peter Powell's flying wonders.
Bounce those balls together.
Little bricks that do anything.
Hi-tech doodling, with magnets and iron filings. Who needs paper?
The game no-one wanted on wet playtimes.
Unleashing the inner capitalist within us all.
Amateur Capitalism, 2.
Like Chequers, and Go. But not.
The flipping, bouncing, bumping, leisure love machine.
Beep-based torture for parents?
Make your bike sound like Eddie Kidd's.
Wheels on your feet, followed by broken bones. And... disco!
Roller Skates (1972)
Feet, or wheels? Why not have both!
Three by three by three by frustrating.
Follow the flashing lights.
Not quite Barbie, but she had a house.
Surfing takes to the streets, kicking out a fashion revolution
Street Surfin' in 77
The best, most disgusting toy ever.
Boing, boing, boing, boing, ouch.
Star Wars Figures
Get them ALL! ALL of them!
Oh lordy, it's Rolf Harris' electronic whine.
Cheeses, wedges and six fiendish categories.
Teach them those good values young.
Blackjack, for Kids.
Wired for sound with music to go.
Underground, overground, everyone wanted one.
What goes down must come up - after a few tricks.