HOORAY! AFTER a long long wait, we've finally reached another Beeb Mediterranean thriller from the late 1970s
ANOTHER KIDS' comedy putative pilot from Thames, another crasher.
Presented by the magnificently named RICHARD CARTRIDGE in conjunction with ULRIKA JONSSON
WOO! PUBLIC access!
BRIAN "IT'S IN THERE!" MOORE fronted this self-explanatory yet ultimately disposable celebrity-endorsed battle of the sporting greats.
EARLY EVENING Cluedo-based antics with first EDWARD WOODWARD then JON P'TWEE as chairman.
EARLY MASTERPIECE from DAVID "ONE FOOT" RENWICK and ANDREW "2.4" MARSHALL
INVENTED, IT says here, by EAMONN ANDREWS.
FULL TITLE was, as everyone knows, the unfortunately ironic "Why Don't You Just Switch Off Your Television Set And Go Out And...
ANTISOCIALLY-TIMED SATURDAY morning child rambunctions
FIRST-RUN LYNDA LA PLANTE-ation had the wives of three cons who die in a botched heist doing the next planned job themselves.
FALTERING ATTEMPT to Anglicise HART TO HART
SLIGHTLY SURREAL yet totally unfunny sitcom starring ROBIN DRISCOLL and DAVID SIBLEY as two losers who spent all their time in a...
MANY A first viewing of MIDNIGHT COWBOY's Florida daydream sequence will have been ruined by childhood exposure to TONY SOPER's Britnature miscellany
SUBLIME SIMPERING nonsense that began as an animated campaign to promote North Sea oil.
FLOWER IN THE DIRT of much that was daytime.
THAT'S LIFER CHRIS SERLE stoically presided over this fantastic Sunday lunchtime BBC classic clips round-up
WEIRD DEATH thing about a couple's funeral in a society where no-one cops it except by agreement.
TIM "SON OF EDWARD" WOODWARD and NICHOLAS "BROTHER OF GEMMA" JONES lead dull canter through life in the Royal Flying Corps during...
CHIRPY, GAP-TOOTHED scouser JIMMY TARBUCK waffled chummily through this tatty provincial gamblo-general knowledge quiz.
LITTLE-KNOWN H-B short about Winnie the Witch who can't do anything right.
FEMALE VERSION of SECRET ARMY
SOME POSH children (naturally) go to visit a small village during the school holidays.
INAUSPICIOUS ROLE for rarely-popular Scots actress KATE 'COPSTICK' COPSTICK as a masked android/alien/robot/who cares thing given simple puzzles to solve by her...
"TIME CAME to grow a bit, grow a bit, grow a bit."
RADIO STATION in Ohio gets made over as a rock network
PERMANENTLY RAISED eyebrow-enhanced anthology of PG's scribblings
LIVE FROM the verdant pastures of Shepherd's Bush Green
UNDERGROUND, OVERGROUND... and oversold during the seventies, if you ask us.
EDUCATIONAL SERIES featuring a talking, poorly-operated puppet skeleton
ACTUALLY CALLED THE NEW ORIGINAL WONDER WOMAN.
"I DIDN'T realise it at the time, but it was at that moment my relationship with dad changed...utterly."
PRIMARY SCHOOL afternoon maths frolics with Plymouth's finest CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP
MISERABLE BASTARD MICHAEL PARKINSON of all people did this series about some old-fashioned Yorkshire dog-things called John Wooley, Elton and Gaylord.
BASIC ALPHABET and sentence tuition
HERE'S A weird one.
COMES WITH a faintly ridiculous semi-mystical, hushed tones, doff-your-hat air nowadays
THE QUARTERPIPE! ENDOES!
ITV'S ANSWER to GRANDSTAND, of course.
One of those dreary, '70s-originating annual televised events that somehow forgot to stop happening around 1983.
DAVID "RAPIDLY LOSING HIS KID LICENCE" JENSEN hosted this bizarre geographical quiz from atop a crane-mounted armchair which floated over the studio,...
JON P'TWEE was your thick-but-loveable scarecrow
THAT TELL-TALE exclamation mark heralds another patronising educational strand from the Beeb