All above but we did get a colour TV at the end of the 60s, our first TV , so far could what the world cup in 66 shame it was B&W. We used to look through the radi and TV times just to see what we could what in colour.Just been discussing this elsewhere. (FaceAche)
The 60's listening to the radio, (no tv - well not in our house). If we wanted to watch something we watched the flames of the fire!
Saturdays were a trip to the local cinema for four hours of matinee films that were really - really bad. A couple of Mickey Ducks, maybe Buck Rogers or the Lone Ranger. (Mostly in B&W).
It certainly makes me wonder what will be next. The generations that are coming up now will at some time in the future be thinking similar thoughts, looking back at their lives thinking how their kids are and what tech they will have!!
My kids studied the Falklands in history?If its any consolation, my bunch of little muppets constantly ask me stupid shit like did we have TV when I was young!
Apparently anything before 2000 is literally the dinosaur era