The third and final slice from our knapsack of nuptials
You can always trust the typing pool. Just days after we'd mentioned how TV Cream's very own Peg and Kathleen were already...
We're dipping into our ottoman of listings paperwork to see how radio and telly covered Royal Weddings of the past.
TATTY HALF-ARSED low budget DR WHO for kids that ran for six months non-stop then never came back.
DAVID BOWIE'S COKE-ADDLED mid '70s phase influenced many areas of popular culture, though perhaps the most unexpected change was wrought on the...
CONVOLUTED CRAPOLA cartoonery
JACK WILD is Jimmy, owner of golden talking flute named Freddie much sought after by freaky gorgon Witchiepoo BILLIE HAYES.
YET ANOTHER Spanish speciality served up over here in something like one thousands parts
PISH TOY-FLOGGING sword and sorcery cartoon.
CHIEFLY REMEMBERED for having starred LOUISE "DICKIE DAVIES HAIR" JAMESON fresh from DR WHO as leather-clad inarticulate Leela
THE ONLY thing unexpected about them being, of course, the identity of the uber-celebrity playing the part of the doomed protagonist this...
ALL YOUR usual HTV nonsense
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE NONNIER jazzed up with "mystical" overtones.
YET ANOTHER case of rampant Nesbitism on the part of the BBC classic serials department
HUXLEY GOES disco
PLAY FOR TODAY spin off.
NEW ZEALAND export about a Tearaway Girl
SUPREMELY PREPOSTEROUS supernatural kids twaddle
A HAPLESS young tyke going by the name of Hal Adden (do you see?) played by ELLIS JONES is cheerily polishing his...
UBIQUITOUS SCHOOL reading homework
MORE ADOLESCENT quest malarkey
GALLUMPHING SHORT-LIVED drama boasting a FANTASY ISLAND-type format
JUST LIKE the way the Presidency of the EU rotates between different countries, so a script involving posh kids in a haunted...
UPMARKET YARN for Children's ITV
FANTASTICAL NOODLINGS amongst the good folk of the Isle Of Sark
SUDDEN LATE wind for STANLEY BAXTER
YOUNG BOY (yes, Vicky can be a boy's name too, like Lesley, or Stacy) warrior gains respect with his Norse chief dad...
ATTENTUATED ATTEMPT to create a UK version of BIG JOHN LITTLE JOHN.
AGAIN WITH the let's-give-the-kids-something-to-scare-them-shitless.
MEANDERING MOPERY serving up your usual BBC 70s kids drama courses of period costumers, suggestions of ghosts, evil relations, mystical artefacts and...
ANNUAL INTERRUPTION to your favourite (or Live And Kicking) Saturday morning entertainment.
"IN THE days before Monkey, primal chaos reigned..." You said it.
ANOTHER ENDLESS epic for the summer holidays.
A TEENAGE TINA HEATH of Blue Peter pregnancy fame dons a bad blue anorak and converses with one very scary witch
Fantasies included "having lunch with Charlie's Angels". Show included first comedy Sikh.
DREARY STUDIO-BOUND ancient Mexico-based romp through curses, secret passages and much shaking of sticks at angry Gods.
HOORAY! AFTER a long long wait, we've finally reached another Beeb Mediterranean thriller from the late 1970s
SOME POSH children (naturally) go to visit a small village during the school holidays.
VARIATION ON textbook "anthology" format
ANTIPODEAN ANTIQUE no doubt burnt/drowned/disintegrated long ago
IMPENETRABLE MELODRAMA out of the same school as 1983's THE WATERFALL
BIZARRO BERMUDA Triangle adventures with a shipwrecked crew in the aforementioned polygon
MORE GRADE expectations.
WITH EVEN MACCA going nuts for the natural world in the early 70s (see "Ram" "Wings Wild Life" and numerous other pastoral...
CARTOON CONFUSION about a wizard in charge of titular rock which controls children's dreams.
SMOOTH-TONGUED SORCERESS sat about chanting while "Broom" did domestic chores and "Black Cat" grudgingly supplied endless whiskers for making spells.
MIDWEEK MELODRAMA about a whiskery bloke who sets up a company designing Dungeons And Dragons games.
FOWL PLAY from the North.
FREDDIE "DREAMERS" GARRITTY marshalled this music/talent/adventure show with audience participation.
ONLY IN the 1980s.