When I watched Blue Peter, the presenters were called John Noakes, Valerie Singleton and Peter Purves.... and Shep was a puppy.
You had to get up out of your chair and fiddle with knobs to change channels.
I remember when getting money out of an ATM felt like engaging in a futuristic act.
Dials on telephones were the norm, buttons were new-fangled.
The first time I ever saw someone using a (gigantic) mobile phone — outside Marks & Spencers in Edinburgh — I did a triple take.
I wrote my MA dissertation on a typewriter.
I spent the first part of my life being driven around in cars with no seatbelts.
I remember when only people who wore Jesus sandals bought yoghurt - and it was all called Ski and came in waxed cardboard cartons.
In my young day, a packet of crips cost two and a half pence
I saw Jungle Book in the cinema when it first came out.
Our method of illegally copying music was to make copies of LPs on cassettes.
Pageboy haircuts were the height of chic when I was at school.
Everything was "magic" - as in "I've got a magic new pair of wedges".
I spent all night listening to Radio Luxembourg under my pillow the night Elvis Presley died.
How old are you?
(Thanks to Belgian Waffle for inspiration)