Name: David Henningham.
Occupation: Teacher during the day; retro geek outside of work.
Location: The northwest of England
Loves: Nostalgia, Brut, Old Spice, Soap on a Rope, Etch a sketch, Rising Damp, Big Daddy, Raleigh Chopper, Hai Karate aftershave, Fray Bentos steak pies, Ford Cortina, Tweed jackets, John Steed, Emma Peel, Twin-tub washing machines, Cassette players, Walkman and chomping on burgers washed down with IPA.
Regrets: Gutted I didn’t appear on the BBC series ‘Life on Mars’ but still hoping that I’ll eventually wake up in 1973!
Track me at: twitter: @HenninghamDavid – facebook: Nostalgic Geeks
THERE’S always been a big part of me wanting the drift back in time. The Nostalgic Geekiness inside was dying to put pen to paper in order to jog memories. The desire could not be contained, and in October 2015, Nostalgic Geeks came into being with the sole objective of bringing back memories from yester-years.
Your Nostalgic journey starts here
Nostalgic Geeks will bring you back to the golden ages of television, advertising and leisure. you’ll enjoy the nostalgic journey. I’d also love to hear your nostalgic memories – please jot them down in the comments section
Nostalgic geek timeline
4th October 2015 – First blog release: Brut: Splash it all over
November 2017 – Book publication: The Great British Blog Book for Nostalgic Geeks – a collection of raw, typewritten blogs
March 2018 – Interviewed by Open Up South Manchester magazine – read here: Interview with Open Up Magazine
February 2019 – Release of the new hardback book, Section N Underpass. Click the front cover below to get the rundown: