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If you thought television had gone down the pan, that it's all re-runs or there's nothing to watch now The Game is off air, tune in to CBeebies: The Clangers are back
The Clangers were lovable pink aliens, who talked in whistles, drank soup and had friends such as the Iron Chicken, Sky Moos and Froglets (below).
Byline: The Clangers are back along with the Soup Dragon and the Iron Chicken.
Hunt acknowledged later on Twitter that his clanger was reminiscent of a scene from the BBC's popular satire Twenty Twelve.
And the West Ham star made no attempt to blame the controversial World Cup ball for the embarrassing clanger that will haunt him for the rest of his days.
usually pieces of Clanger rock in my pockets that end up in the washing machine
Pat Frost blamed news the struggling Premiership side has run out of socks - a clanger revealed by the Birmingham Mail - on weather conditions.
THE news that The Clangers are set to return to our TV screens in a PS5m remake conjures up memories of a golden age of kids' television for a whole generation brought up in the 1970s and 80s.
Foster dropped another clanger last weekend when he allowed Carlos Tevez to nick the ball and set up Gareth Barry for City's first goal in the Manchester derby.
DAVID Cameron dropped a clanger when he urged constituents to back local business - with a leaflet printed 80 miles away.
And there is always the possibility of a clanger from Tomas Repka, who inexplicably barged over Heidar Helguson in the penalty box in last Sunday's win at Watford - a similar error of judgement today could be catastrophic.
SO CUTE: : A Clanger | | Speaking only in whistles - swanee whistles were used for the sound - they ate blue string pudding and green soup supplied by the Soup Dragon.
DOZY Michael Gove has been ridiculed for dropping a bedroom tax clanger yesterday.
On-loan Portsmouth midfielder Jean Francois Christophe then equalised in fine style, finding the net with an overhead kick from Lee Barnard's cross, before Blackett's clanger sank Darren Ferguson's side.
DIPPY PARIS HILTON dropped a clanger when she confused BOYZONE singer RONAN KEATING's Irish accent for an English one.