is the original fansite totally dedicated to the fantastic adventures
of T-Bag, everybody's favourite tea-swilling sorceress.
website has now been running since November 2000, has moved twice,
and has scored over 1000,000 hits in its time (counting all the
times the counter has reset due to moves, software glitches, etc),
and during its time in its former home of Lycos Tripod, became
one of the top 50 most visited sites in the UK on its servers.
We house some of the original costumes, many private photos taken
by the crew, the surviving costume design sketches by Raymond
Childe, and a host of publicity photos, magazine articles, exclusive
interviews, and details of original props, not to mention details
on how we constructed faithful replicas of both props and costumes!
come on in - the T-Set is alive and kicking and ready for you
within these pages!
heard of T-Bag?
Well let me give a brief introduction...
"T-Bag" series was a product of Thames Television (now
part of Fremantle Media) and ran from the early Eighties to the
early Nineties. It was written by Lee Pressman and Grant Cathro
(writers of Americanised burger sitcom "Spatz", "Mike
and Angelo" and various episodes of "The Tomorrow People").
The basic storyline in each series was that a power-crazed witch
(T-Bag) had taken up residence inside some object in a junk shop
belonging to a boy (Thomas) and his Grandad. She would oust whoever
else was living in the object and create a T-Room for herself. T-Bag
would then make her presence known by kidnapping Thomas (who was
thenceforth known as T-Shirt) and forcing him to be her servant
(or T-Caddy) to keep her magical powers strong by making endless
cups of tea from the leaves of her evil T-Plant.
the picture comes a sweet, innocent young girl who then happens
across the object in the shop and meets the character that has been
usurped by T-Bag. Invariably, that character knows how to banish
T-Bag (always involving a number of mystical artefacts that T Bag
has stolen and scattered about the place so as to avoid banishment).
The young girl then has to go and collect them all back up again
and restore them to their rightful place.
are some variations to this story, but the outcome is almost always
that T-Bag is destroyed in the end. That's the intro, now click
on a link in the menu (left) to find out more!
One last word before you go on - I have produced all of the images
and the content of this site myself and have spent many long hours
doing it, so if anyone out there is thinking of producing another
T-Bag Web page, please could you email
me and ask if you wish to use any images, sounds, etc. before
you use them? If you do, then I can supply a link to your site here,
The T. Room has produced a film of the
After YEARS of planning (I mean about two), the
T. Room is proud to announce that it has filmed the Retro Sketch with
the permission of Lee Pressman. The sketch features the return of Tallulah
Bag (played by the wonderful Norma Izon) and T. Shirt (played by the very
talented James Lawbuary) in a one-off encounter that leaves us believing
that T. Bag and T. Shirt are still out there trying to take over the world.
Check it out!
The sketch will have its own dedicated section
before long, including bloopers, cast and crew discussion and images from
the production book.
Teddington Studios to be replaced by luxury
It is the end of an era in British Television.
The building where T. Bag and countless other precious childhood memories
were made is set for demolition in the near future to make way for luxury
accommodation. This is terribly sad news, particularly since so many historic
moments have centred on these premises, including the studio being destroyed
in the london bombings before being rebuilt. Find
out more about the proposed development here.
the first and second series are being released, we want them all!
Come on people, let's keep up the pace!
being able to watch T-Bag with a crystal clear picture that doesn't
look as though it has been copied again and again and again and
again and.... Imagine being able to watch it over and over without
fear of the video chewing up your precious recordings. Imagine
not having to worry about where you store your ancient recordings
in case they go mouldy and are ruined, instead having resilient
disks that can last up to 100 years (apparently). Let's get T-Bag
released on DVD. Sign
the meantime, don't forget to head over to Fantom Films to pick
up your copy of the T. Bag Reunion Documentary!