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The TV Room

By David Soref - 1960s, 1970s Pop Culture

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Life during television. Where the 8-track meets the laugh track. Insights and flashbacks into the culture of the late 20th Century, and beyond.

Customer Reviews


This podcast is awesome, I fet like I was hanging on every word. My understanding of how TV has effected my/our world is broader and I feel smarter somehow - it was especially mind expanding to think that the Gen X'ers have more in common with Boomers than the digital natives (one of the cool new terms I learned - LOL).
I can't wait to listen to the rest of the current episodes, and will look forward to news ones.
Bravo to the staff at The TV Room, I'm a fan.

The TV Room
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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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