It was Mona.
Ruby, Enid and Maud were all actual characters and were friends with Mildred.
His grandadA milkmanA postmanNo one, he finds it
It was the postman.
In the original version, a postman gives Bernard the watch because Bernard's always late.
Nev appeared on the Sunday morning TV show Smile.
It was Chums.
Chums was a parody shown on SMTV Live , where the celebrity guests would sometimes feature.
It was seven.
Contestants would get seven lives, represented by seven black feathers.
It was Liam.
Crash's actual name was Liam, but his surname isn't specified.
Mr GruesomeUncle GrizzlyUncle GruesomeMr Grizzly
It's Uncle Grizzly.
Uncle Grizzly was the cinema owner and storyteller in the series Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids.
Slam GunkGunge DunkThe GungingGunk Dunk
It was called Gunk Dunk.
In which the losing adult would fall into a pool of gunge.
Musical SplatuesForfeit AuctionSnot MeHead Shoulders Knees and Toast
It was Snot Me.
Snot Me was a game on the TV show Xchange.
The coin grants seven wishes to Harmony after her Uncle Ginger gives her the coin.
How Well Do You Remember All The British TV Shows From Your Childhood?
You don't recall much of your years growing up watching TV. Maybe you didn't watch much of it, either that or you had a satellite and watched Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon instead.
You have a good recollection of the golden years of TV. You were clearly paying attention back when you were a kid, and you have fond memories of a lot of the stuff you watched.
You remember pretty much everything from those years of coming home after school to watch CBBC and CITV, and you probably wish you'd applied to be on a few of the shows.