Dick and dom in da bungalow lyrics
There were no words needed when legendary children's entertainers Dick and Dom returned to Stoke-on-Trent and posted this picture on social media. The pair - full names Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood - snapped the photo of themselves by the sign as they arrived at Stoke Station yesterday. And every millennial Stokie worth their salt now can't stop humming the iconic song that features the lyrics: "Stoke-on-Trent, Stoke-on-Trent, historic town on the River Trent. Each week a five-minute feature would be shown of the travels of 'next door's cat', who would visit the Bungalow to recount the tales of his adventures. The photo sparked a huge reaction with fans on both Twitter and Facebook - with some quick to point out that Stoke-on-Trent is, in fact, a city. And Emily Shuff added: "Dick and Dom in Stoke is the most exciting thing to that city since the discovery of oatcakes and that is an actual fact.
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I used to know someone who knew the people who invented the pants dance. They made it when they were kids and also wrote some of the other songs for the show. Sadly I found out about them a couple of years after the show had finished. I can't believe that they were taken off the screens for being a "bad influence".
The series was broadcast on weekend mornings on various BBC television channels for five series, running between 31 August and 11 March Much of the programme revolved around a loose game show format involving six studio contestants or Bungalow Heads. Blobby were contestants on the Sunday show. Points were earned through success in various games throughout the show, although points could be awarded or taken away at any time by the hosts.