MUCH LOVED BBC popular science series that seemed best served when stuck out after the NINE O'CLOCK NEWS.
MILLIGAN MULLARKEY which bemused most (including the Beeb) but delighted enough to keep it being recommissioned despite the same things showing up...
A BIT LIKE SCRUPLES. In fact, a lot like Scruples. But with MATTHEW KELLY.
SPACE NONSENSE about an intergalactic dustman.
THE ESCAPDES of NIGEL "KINVIG" KNEALE'S phone-book-named uber-scientist.
DOZEY BOFFIN with big head is nabbed.
Regal communique from Commonwealth-manufactured mahogany writing bureau doubling as traditional televised post-prandial leg stretch/retire to the other room interlude.
KEITH WATERHOUSE and WILLIS HALL-penned palaver for DIANA DORS
KURT RUSSELL dons statutory small screen Wild West outfit and steps out into the dust to look for his long lost sister.
"SPORTING WIT AND BADINAGE", as Ceefax often had it
UNCOUTH VERSION of Radio 4's Any Questions, only with pictures.
RAMBLING SATURDAY ramble through laughably watered-down Swinging Sixties
WEEKDAY AFTERNOON siestathon hosted by LORD BOB MONKHOUSE
SO SO thriller filler based on famed torture-proof creation of US writer Elleston Trevor
"GENTLEMAN, YOU are about to enter the most fascinating sphere of police work."
INSANELY COMPLICATED parlour game panel joust
ONE-TIME NORTH WEST-ONLY, then nationwide, shamblathon hosted by the mighty STUART HALL (in contractual obligation mode).