TV & Radio Of The 80's
The 80's had the widest ranges in culture in the mainstream at any one
time. I've tried to list TV shows that were typical of the period (most popular)
and for radio stations, I have a couple of pointers to current radio stations that
had an impact during the 80's (for actual artists, see the music page here).
Links To TV & Radio From The 80's
- Alf Episode Guide Hey! Willie, where's Fluffy?
- A-Team I ain't getting on no plane Hannibal!
- Bosom Buddies Tom Hanks in Drag, wow what a low!
- Cheers and more Cheers Sam & Dianne or Sam & Rebbacca?
- Dukes Of Hazzard Diasy Duke, What a Babe!
- Family Ties Micheal J. Fox in the role that made him a shoe in for the Secret of My Success and Bright Lights, Big City
- Growing Pains Kirk Cameron when he was still K00l
- Kids In The Hall I'll crush your head
- Knight Rider Home Page The wisecracking car which upstaged David Hasselhoff on a regular basis.
- MacGyver Give him some twine and a soup can and watch him win the day!
- Magnum P.I. Oh Higgins, I Totaled the Ferrari Again!
- Married With Children The Official Site
- Max Headroom Animated wisecracking head which must be the most memorable icon of the 80's
- Miami Vice The show that made wearing pajamas in public acceptable
- Moonlighting Before Playing a Cop in Die Hard, Bruce Willis was a detective (big change huh?)
- Mtv The channel that showed the 80's in progress
- My Two Dads
- Night Court I have no link for this yet! PLEASE FIND ME ONE, THIS WAS THE BEST SHOW!
- Remmington Steele See the man whom should been the Bond after Roger Moore I haven't been able to connect to this one yet.
- Scarecrow and Mrs. King Homemaker and Secret Agent on the Side, everyone's dream come true
- Sledgehammer A comedy about a cop and his gun
- Star Trek The Next Generation The most successful sequal of all times most likely
- You Can't Do That On Television SLIME! SLIME! SLIME! BARF! BARF! BARF!
- KROQ 106.7 FM in L.A. was a huge New Wave Station
- WBCN 104.1 FM
in Boston was a New Wave station for a few years, turned to AOR (Any Old Record)
and is now born again alternative station (read, back where they came from).