NOT MUCH cop in itself, but included here due to its possibly unique format. Each week the Captain and his two lackeys (bloke and woman in jumpsuits) landed on a planet to investigate some crime or other. This being pre-90s UK television, the budget was around £50 a show, so the planet, buildings etc. were portrayed by magic markered drawings of the same style as a Marvel comic circa 1975, halfway through being coloured in. The aliens were similarly drawn, and no matter which planet it was, invariably looked like a cross between a praying mantis and a JCB digger. Then, just before the denouement, the primitive superimposition was turned off, and the Cap’n & Co. materialised in a studio surrounded by loads of kids (aka the ‘top’ set at English if it was like the lot who went from our school) with those pink flourescent plastic “wipe-kleen” drawing pads (futuristic, don’t you know), and it turned into an audience participation thing. Who WAS the culprit? WHY was Grazarax in the munitions bay? It was up to the kids, and “you-at-home”, to work out whodunnit. Then they showed you. You’d get it wrong, of course, because the scripts cheated like mad.