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Thread: Tv Programs that were simulcast on Radio 2000

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    Default Tv Programs that were simulcast on Radio 2000

    The days when we only had TV1 , TV2 and TV3 , various shows that were in a Afrikaans or Zulu was simulcast in English on radio2000.

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    The best was Beverly Hills 90210.

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    My vote... "Steve Austin die Man Van Staal", "Buck Rodgers in die Vyfentwintigste Eeu" and "Misdaad in Miami".

    PS. I know these are all trending on MyBB now but there are already some great threads about old-school TV.

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    Moré is nog 'n dag with Corky and his sister Becka. Lol that was way back.

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    Sharky and George

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    Straatvalk. Some guy fighting crime on a bike.

    Yep, was as bad as it sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avion View Post
    Straatvalk. Some guy fighting crime on a bike.

    Yep, was as bad as it sounds.
    HAha! Legendary stuff that - enjoyed it as a kid

    Rabobi - Spiderman
    Monkey Magic also rings a bell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shake&Bake View Post
    Monkey Magic also rings a bell.
    Fsck, now you tell me! I recall watching it on Sundays and it was in Zulu if I'm not mistaken. Did not recall seeing the simulcast logo on screen.
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    Blitspatrollie (The Sweeney)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponder View Post
    Fsck, now you tell me! I recall watching it on Sundays and it was in Zulu if I'm not mistaken. Did not recall seeing the simulcast logo on screen.
    Quite sure it was in simiulcast - unless my Zulu skills were off the chain then
    Now you've got me wondering whether it was simulcasted

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    Never mind that before they used to dub American programmes into Afrikaans

    I remember thinking that Michael Knight spoke the language very well
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    Quote Originally Posted by hashbrown99 View Post
    Never mind that before they used to dub American programmes into Afrikaans

    I remember thinking that Michael Knight spoke the language very well
    Along with Remington Steele and Arsène Lupin iirc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oj0 View Post
    Sharky and George


    I only remember that one out of the list everyone has said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shake&Bake View Post
    Along with Remington Steele and Arsène Lupin iirc
    As far as I'm aware Arsene Lupin was in French. We had plenty of European tv shows in SA from places like France, Germany etc and those were mostly translated into Afrikaans with simulcast on Radio. I wish they would do that again as we get very little tv shows from continental europe in SA these days. A lot of the stuff was pretty good, Der Fahnder (Basspeurder Faber) is still one of my all time favourite cop shows.
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