Did you have a favourite dolly when you were growing up, or did you dream of one day owning a certain type of doll?
Take a trip down memory lane and see how many of these delightful dollies you loved to love.
Charlie Fleischer once said,
If you remember the '60s, you really weren't there!
but here's a random list of items that might jog your memory of growing up in Britain in the 1960s which ones do you remember like they were yesterday.
In the post-war space-age era, a hero emerged, Dan Dare. What made him so popular was the success of a new colourful comic, the Eagle.
Our high streets and high street shops have changed significantly over the decades.
Like most things, over time high streets evolve and reflect the times.
What was your favourite playground equipment? Did it always involve danger!
Was it the witch's hat, the swing boats, plank or cheese cutter? Why do they all sound like medieval torture devices and were they really that dangerous?
New mums today have the choice of whether to use cloth or disposable nappies, but it was a different story back in the day.
Disposable nappies were invented in the '40s, but it would be well into the '60s before they really began to catch on, so if you remember the days of terry-towelling nappies, how did you wash yours?