Punch Magazine 16 January 1974 A World Without Telly


In the 1970’s chat shows were one of the most popular programmes on the TV. On this original Punch cover illustrator McMurtry ponders on a future without TV and consigns popular presenters Eamonn Andrews and Michael Parkinson to the TV scrapheap.  Size:  40cm high x 30cm wide.  Comes ready to hang.  Cover has been carefully removed and framed.  You will also receive the rest of the magazine in a soft plastic sleeve.  Very interesting articles and humour.


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