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Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by tpia5: 3:04am On Jul 13, 2012
seriously though, i've been wondering why it seems nigerian television started in the 80s.

what programs did people watch in the seventies?

i know the 60s probably had no indigenous tv so no need to mention it i suppose.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Ishilove: 4:17am On Jul 13, 2012
norrisman:
Then a last one which I think was called The Dream. I remember a family driving @ night and then had a flat tyre. The dad starts walking and suddenly a vulcanizer appears out of nowhere @ like midnight. The stupid man then requests the services of the vulcanizer (which vulcanizer sits by the roadside @ midnight looking for customers?) Then I remember a group of people eating the intestines of the family in the car.
OMG! That movie was so scary!!! I was pretty young then,but I remember throwing up my lunch when I got to the intestine-eating scene...shocked
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by sherrylo: 4:22am On Jul 13, 2012
this is just funny.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by genetokky(m): 6:11am On Jul 13, 2012
wili wili, famous five, awa
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Oladimeji2(m): 6:27am On Jul 13, 2012
Remember hw scared we used 2 be wen watching DOCTOR WHO evry sundays.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by AngelEbi(f): 7:00am On Jul 13, 2012
I remember after watching willi willi, pot of life n co, evrybody will suddenly feel d need to pee n goin to d toilet wuld be a group tin due to fear bt it wuldnt stop us frm watching d next episode. Good old days.
Btw; mumsi claims evrybody dat acted POT OF LIFE is dead. She claims dey were killed by d juju. Hw true is dis? I ws too young too remember.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 7:09am On Jul 13, 2012

Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 7:11am On Jul 13, 2012
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Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 7:13am On Jul 13, 2012
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Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by alanpozar(m): 8:32am On Jul 13, 2012
There was also "mirror in the sun", "storyland", "beyond our dreams"
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 8:44am On Jul 13, 2012
Variety & talk shows included "The Bala Milla Show" (Wel-come every-body!), "The Art Alade Show", "The Yom-Yem Show", "Sunny Side of Life", "Sunday Rendezvous", "Kessingsheen Hit Show", "New Trends" (Fashion, events and lifestyle show with Ime Oge James), "Shoppers Guide" (Femi Robinson), "News Week" (Maudlyn Park), "Morning Ride" with Danladi Bako (especially when there's a beauty pageant coming up), Newsline (Yinka Craig and Patrick Oke) etc.


My favourite producers were Peter Igho, Jimmi Odumosu, Inyang Emma, Jimmy Ate, Segun Olusola and Dejumo Lewis.


Soap operas: "Mirror in the sun" (Barbara Soky, Clarion Chukwurah, Lari Williams, etc), "Ripples", "Behind the clouds", "Supple Blues", "Fortunes", "Checkmate", "Adio Family", etc
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by akinsdeji(m): 9:06am On Jul 13, 2012
Gone were the days,when men were boyz lolz,can someone tell us where we can get a link to download this plzzzzz
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by makky(f): 9:34am On Jul 13, 2012
meedx:
The Lagos is fryover housemaid role was played by Kate Henshaw.

Ragos is Fry over was said by Uche Osotule who played Nkemjika, a girl from the village brough by Nduka's (Bimbo manuel) mother (Obiageli molube) to marry cos his wife cudnt bear him kids then.

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Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 9:40am On Jul 13, 2012
Kate Henshaw played the role of a house maid in a late 90s/early 2000s sitcom. It certainly wasn't in the 1980s.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 9:43am On Jul 13, 2012
akinsdeji: Gone were the days,when men were boyz lolz,can someone tell us where we can get a link to download this plzzzzz

1) Go to Google

2) Search for youtube downloader

3) Download it.

4) Go to youtube and search for the programme of your choice.

5) Download the programme using youtube downloader.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by ishmael(m): 10:27am On Jul 13, 2012
nenepea: Adio's family, Bassey & Company "Madam the Madam, it is a matter of cash" grin Hot cash aka willie-willie,. NTA channel10 port harcourt drama You can't take your wife to New York.
You sef don tey like us. Na NTA channel 10 PH I watched all these in the 80's.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by jackima: 10:31am On Jul 13, 2012
i wish i could turn back d hand of clock.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by ishmael(m): 10:43am On Jul 13, 2012
Is it that nobody here also watched NTA Benin programme "Hotel de Jordan"? Some of the characters were Kokori, Idemudia, Chief Ajas, etc. Sam Loco was also one of those who featured in that programme. Make una talk na, no be only me be old man here o. Laffing!
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Nobody: 10:55am On Jul 13, 2012
lol, the wonder years. 'Basi and Company' was great, also ' The New Masquerade' with that lovely ST, edegbong zeee...bio..bio..
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Ilaje44(m): 11:38am On Jul 13, 2012
Cocck crow at dawn, Aluwe, Jaguar, Sura the tailor, Jekobu ati Papilolo... ati Aderupoko, Tales by Moonlight und so weiter.

Uncle Jimi Solanke?
Eni bi eni
Eji bi eji
Eta nta gba
Erin woroko
Arun igbodo
Efa tiele
Biro ng biro
Iro ng bata
Igba lakesan
Gbangba ewa
Ere wa dayo laiye o
Ero e wa wo wa o

Old man ajepupuru emi gha rin o. Gone were the days when we had fresh air l'Eko, when most of Eko was still BUSH (Ogudu, Ojota, Alapere, Ikosi, Agboyi, Ebute Ikorodu, Odogunyan, Ojo, Ijanikin, Ogba, Ayobo, Alimosho, Magodo, VI, Maroko, Ajah etc.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 12:20pm On Jul 13, 2012
Check NTA2 Lagos' Youtube page for Village Headmaster (1970s & 80s), Mirror in The Sun (1985), etc. Click here http://www.youtube.com/user/NTA2Lagos?feature=watch
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 12:35pm On Jul 13, 2012
Its time to go on Animal Game,
The games that's meant for you and me,
Its meant for one for all,


Mr Lion, Mr Tiger, Mr Snake, and Mr Cat
Its time to say hello,
Its time to say hello,
Its time to say hello,
Mr Lion, Tiger, Snake and Mr Cat,
Its time to say hello.

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Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by SisiKill1: 2:48pm On Jul 13, 2012
stagger:

BS. It was definitely not Kate Henshaw. Stop confusing us. I was already in university in 1992 [/b]when Checkmate was running so I know for a fact that it was not Kate Henshaw.


What has that got to do with anything??!!

You never stop showing yourself shaa!!

[b]"I was in University so I know Kate Henshaw didn't play the housegirl

I own 10 cars so I know water is wet

I have 20 businesses so I know chocolate is brown

I am a millionaire so I know the sky is blue.


Choi! I have never known someone who is consistently off tangent.

I decreeeeeeeeeeeee God saves you from this sickness oh!!

Do I hear an Amen!!!! cheesy
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by naptu2: 3:04pm On Jul 13, 2012
How could I forget Kwaghir? The amazing puppet and masquerade show from Benue. I LOVED the signature tune. We had both funny and scary puppets and masquerades.


A festival of the Tiv people in Benue state of Nigeria, it is a display of traditional masquerades, puppet theater, some forms of acrobatics, dancing, music and sartorial display. A colourful festival indeed, it attracts many people and is accentuated by the friendliness and warm welcome of the Tiv people of Nigeria.
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by microgiant: 3:21pm On Jul 13, 2012
norrisman: Pot of Life - Omila! Come to me! The thought of that movie still gives me the creeps.

Men, this was classic!
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Ishilove: 4:03pm On Jul 13, 2012
Sisi_Kill:

What has that got to do with anything??!!

You never stop showing yourself shaa!!

"I was in University so I know Kate Henshaw didn't play the housegirl

I own 10 cars so I know water is wet

I have 20 businesses so I know chocolate is brown

I am a millionaire so I know the sky is blue.


Choi! I have never known someone who is consistently off tangent.

I decreeeeeeeeeeeee God saves you from this sickness oh!!

Do I hear an Amen!!!! cheesy
I think this is rather unnecessary. I believe what he meant was he was not a little kid when the series was airing,so he is very certain of what he is saying.

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Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Nobody: 4:07pm On Jul 13, 2012
Ishilove:
I think this is rather unnecessary. I believe what he meant was he was not a little kid when the series was airing,so he is very certain of what he is saying.
Where've you been all day? sad. Don't you know i'm supposed to be following you?
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Ishilove: 4:10pm On Jul 13, 2012
BoboYekini:
Where've you been all day? sad. Don't you know i'm supposed to be following you?
Sorry dear,the crowd was mad,I was walking fast and when I turned back to point something out to you,you had disappeared tongue
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by SisiKill1: 4:11pm On Jul 13, 2012
Ishilove:
I think this is rather unnecessary. I believe what he meant was he was not a little kid when the series was airing,so he is very certain of what he is saying.
Awwww. . . How sweet! I like that you don't hesitate to call someone to order, especially when they are being a bully . . But ehm. . I think it is better you stay out of this one.

Only Stagger and I know where our love starts and ends. cheesy


Thanks all the same! (I sincerely mean that smiley )
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Ishilove: 4:14pm On Jul 13, 2012
Sisi_Kill:
Awwww. . . How sweet! I like that you don't hesitate to call someone to order, especially when they are being a bully . . But ehm. . I think it is better you stay out of this one.

Only Stagger and I know where our love starts and ends. cheesy


Thanks all the same! (I sincerely mean that smiley )
Oh,lovers kwanta. . . .
Alright then,carry on! grin
Re: Some Funny, And Really Nice Nigerian 80's Shows by Nobody: 4:14pm On Jul 13, 2012
Ishilove:
Sorry dear,the crowd was mad,I was walking fast and when I turned back to point something out to you,you had disappeared tongue
let's go Far from the madding crowd, you and I sad

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