Television TV

Get Fresh

Get Fresh

Get Fresh was a bit like Ghost Train, and like it was shown on Saturday mornings. It was a kids' TV show from the late-80s, broadcast from a spaceship-come-dustbin 'Millennium Dustbin' and hosted by a curious green, snotty monster called Gilbert, who once said: 'If music be the food of love, put that piano in batter!". His side-kick was an even more curiously-named Gaz Top (a human) and Charlotte Hindle.

I remember watching Prefab Sprout performing King of Rock and Roll. Bliss. Of course, Saturday mornings being a highly competitive slot for kids TV meant Get Fresh was extinguished after a while to make way for the likes of SMTV and such.


Author of this article:



Contributors to this article:

  • There are no contributors yet

Media

Message boards

Get Fresh Last post by Derekflint
01 June 2009
Get Fresh Last post by Oggy
11 January 2007

Do You Remember Get Fresh?

Do You Remember Get Fresh?

  • Anonymous user
    on
    Gilbert the Alien, who once said: "I've just had a horrible thought! A dead zebra!" Genius.
  • Anonymous user
    on
    I think this programme came to Scarborough too. Load of us were on it and ran amok at the end chucking plastic fish about
  • Anonymous user
    on
    It was a saturday morning show on itv. it had a puppet alien on it. I was on it back in 1988. i was very young at the time