MUSTY MAN ALIVERY with a doff of a whimsy-sized hat to ABOUT BRITAIN.
PAUL COIA hosted this lunchtime quiz effort based on pointlessly elaborate mid-80s Beeb project to celebrate the 900th anniversary of The Domesday...
EXTREMELY ROTTEN ITV sitcom that managed to stink up the schedules for four years.
THE IMPERIAL Leather of costume soap combining the best and worst of rich people and their servants with lots of dressing up
A COUPLE of billion years squashed into 13 episodes and a cross-hatched jacket with leather elbow patches.
ASSORTED WRINKLED, weathered and washed-up embodiments of better days get trundled out once a week for seven years in the name of...
A PRE-BLUE PETER MARK CURRY moonlights from MAKE 'EM LAUGH
NOTABLE BRITISH funnypeople revisit the places and faces of their formative years
BIZARRO VARIATION on the perennial children's serial theme of "kids help residents of a stately home to stop it being pulled down",...
PROTRACTED PERAMBULATION by and about the world's finest antiquated artefacts
ONE OF the many "side projects" essayed by NOEL EDMONDS during his 1980s besweatered behelicopted heyday.
STEAM-SATURATED TRAINSPOTTING tribulations
POOTER-ISH POTTERY riddleathon chaired in glory days by MAX ROBERTSON, with ARTHUR NEGUS permanently installed to one side on ribald-dispensing duties.
WHO'S THAT walking down the street?
GRIZZLED GRIM stop motion gadabout
BEFORE THEY discovered they could buy in decent comedy from abroad, ver Four made do with homegrown efforts like this
RUBBISH PSEUDO-EDUCATIONAL time travellry with some fuckers called Phineas Bogg (ha!) and Jeffrey Jones
YOUNG BOY (yes, Vicky can be a boy's name too, like Lesley, or Stacy) warrior gains respect with his Norse chief dad...
ANOTHER AFTERNOON vehicle for the redoubtable FRED "GAMBIT" DINENAGE.
MEANDERING MOPERY serving up your usual BBC 70s kids drama courses of period costumers, suggestions of ghosts, evil relations, mystical artefacts and...
SQUIRE DENIS of NORDEN helmed this assortment of archive clippage
EEKING OUT the GOOD LIFE formula to its ultimate conclusion
DAVID "HELLO THERE" JACOBS talks to various Suez-era celebs
INVENTED, IT says here, by EAMONN ANDREWS.
THAT'S LIFER CHRIS SERLE stoically presided over this fantastic Sunday lunchtime BBC classic clips round-up
EARLY SHOT as cut-out cartoonery from the MR BENN mob
FRIDAY NIGHT snail's pace-drama about US Air Force men stationed in rural England shires.
GLORIA HUNNIFORD brings you this undemanding TV-based Friday at 8:30pm celebrity quiz show
LOVABLE OLD-ENGLISHERY with Bolton's late lamented Dibbers
GRAVY-LUMPENING SUNDAY lunchtime fare
A Yorkshire schools' morning stalwart.
COMES WITH a faintly ridiculous semi-mystical, hushed tones, doff-your-hat air nowadays
SUE LAWLEY sits in a 1989 studio "reading" made-up daily news bulletins from 1939 written and recorded in 1989 but produced as...
DES LYNAM extended the eponymous salutation to a parade of rum and rusty small screen relics
THRILLING STUFF from the Hanna-Barbera stable, in the GODZILLA vein.
NETWORKED SEPIA-DRENCHED homily to Better Times.
CHRIS TARRANT'S uvular midlands thwack narrated a different "look at life" film each week.
DOLEFUL LOOK-AT-THIS "local people with a story to tell" effort showcasing regionalia in as lumpen a manner possible
EPITOME OF CHEAPO look-at-this pointy telly.