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I unearthed another song that was Acceptable in the 80s on this week’s show, with the clue “Perhaps her name is Gail?”*

Amongst some other fabulous songs was the Manhatten Transfer’s version of The Boy from New York City – prompting me to ask what that group had in common with Barbara Dickson, Elaine Paige and the Nolan Sisters. You’d have to be over a certain age to remember that they were all regular musical guests on The Two Ronnies!

*Acceptable in the 80s was She’s Like the Wind by Patrick Swayze featuring Wendy Fraser, from Dirty Dancing

Musical teasers

I unearthed another song that was Acceptable in the 80s on this week’s show, with the clue “Perhaps her name is Gail?”*

Amongst some other fabulous songs was the Manhatten Transfer’s version of The Boy from New York City – prompting me to ask what that group had in common with Barbara Dickson, Elaine Paige and the Nolan Sisters. You’d have to be over a certain age to remember that they were all regular musical guests on The Two Ronnies!

*Acceptable in the 80s was She’s Like the Wind by Patrick Swayze featuring Wendy Fraser, from Dirty Dancing

Musical teasers

I unearthed another song that was Acceptable in the 80s on this week’s show, with the clue “Perhaps her name is Gail?”*

Amongst some other fabulous songs was the Manhatten Transfer’s version of The Boy from New York City – prompting me to ask what that group had in common with Barbara Dickson, Elaine Paige and the Nolan Sisters. You’d have to be over a certain age to remember that they were all regular musical guests on The Two Ronnies!

*Acceptable in the 80s was She’s Like the Wind by Patrick Swayze featuring Wendy Fraser, from Dirty Dancing

Musical teasers

I unearthed another song that was Acceptable in the 80s on this week’s show, with the clue “Perhaps her name is Gail?”*

Amongst some other fabulous songs was the Manhatten Transfer’s version of The Boy from New York City – prompting me to ask what that group had in common with Barbara Dickson, Elaine Paige and the Nolan Sisters. You’d have to be over a certain age to remember that they were all regular musical guests on The Two Ronnies!

*Acceptable in the 80s was She’s Like the Wind by Patrick Swayze featuring Wendy Fraser, from Dirty Dancing

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