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Welcome to 'Crossroads Motel' the website of the official ITV fan club for the long running television serial 'Crossroads'.
The show, produced by ATV Network and Central Television, ran on ITV in the UK from 1964 to 1988 and a new version of the series ran from 2001-2003.
'Crossroads' revolved around the village of Kings Oak, near Birmingham, and the main location of the Crossroads Motel. Our website hosts information on the groundbreaking series as well as details of the fan club, which launched in 1987.
While Crossroads, the UK's first full-length daily soap, wasn't much liked by many critics, the show reached up to 18 million viewers at its peak and became an award winning daytime serial. In fact, to date, the saga is Britain's most successful weekday daytime programme in the history of ITV.
We’ve launched a sister website dedicated to keeping you up to date with the on-going DVD project “Return to Crossroads” which aims to be the most detailed on the history of the television serial. The idea began over a decade ago, but in the past few years - thanks to kind donations - we’ve been able to record many interviews for the programme and also fund classic news clips and footage from Crossroads itself. You can find out more at the website here.