After nicking one of the screen grabs from "The Colourful 70's" for their menu on their
first disc (naughty, but I forgive them), Network presents in all its glory, the fourth volume of Crossroads, including
episodes released on DVD for the very first time. Meg and Sandy Richardson, Benny Hawkins, Adam Chance, Shughie McFee - the
names still strike a chord in the memories with a generation of people who sat, entranched, watching the latest escapades
of the staff and customers of Crossroads motel.
Unrepeated for many years, the general perception of Crossroads is coloured by that
of Acorn Antiques (currently playing as a hugely successful musical at the Haymarket starring Victoria Wood and Julie Walters).
Whilst most people believe that it is pastiche, it is actually a stunningly-realised and terribly subtle homage to the original
Crossroads. If you love Acorn Antiques then you're sure to love this DVD, which holds a further twelve of the best episodes
from the 60's and 70's.