KING OF some African republic or other
Jack Woolgar is the ramshackle, tragicomic custodian of a municipal car park. An experiment with semi-silent comedy techniques from Paul Ableman, that...
CAKE-resembling stop-motion ursine of Gallic extraction with pedantic nomenclatural obsession.
ROLLICKING ANTIQUE-THEMED spy excursionism
BAFFLING KIDS DRAMA about a public schoolboy (just for a change)
SIR FRED HARRIS makes his first proper appearance
UPPER CLASS FOX with a human voice insults well-known BBC face...
TATTY-LOOKING CARTOON Batman spoofola
"IN TONIGHT'S CAPE-TIVATING EPISODE..."
IN SOME vague future, Earth was defended from aliens by a kerazee team of helmet-and-cape sporting animated types calling themselves G-Force.
GOD TOOK a back seat for this Star Wars re-hash
An eccentric character (possibly a pedlar of sorts) on a bike travels around some unspecified countryside
By Andrew Davies. An eponymous parent’s fund-raising social gathering after hours at a primary school brings out a few home truths for...
HERE WAS a prime cut of your actual Public Service Broadcasting with a capital "p", illuminated in red with a filigreed gold...
SKIVVY CANADIAN live action "drama"
TWO "FREELANCE investigators" arse about down Mexico way pre-WWI
NIGEL "KINVIG" KNEALE takes responsibility for these plays about various animal/human horror confrontations.
FROM THE DESK OF DOIG.
AHH, THE EARLY NINETIES.
PREPOSTEROUS POPPERMOST Yank animated antics
QUEASY VICTORIAN anthropomorbidity-fest
By Robert Marshall. William ‘Porkins’ Hootkins is an American Academic obsessed with Monet. John ‘Boycie’ Challis also stars.
BLATANT NUDGE-NUDGE TITLE belied boring content
DEFTLY SURFING the wave of post-Falklands yomp-inspired rejoicing
LYNDA BELLINGHAM'S other half from Second Thoughts and Robbie Coltrane's other half from Cracker meet in the staff room of a Leeds...
SPEECH-IMPAIRED HUNT supporter's follow-up to the hugely successful BOTANIC MAN and UP A GUMTREE
This time he'd given up on kids with half a brain (we'd rumbled him!) and made do talking down to toddlers.
ORIGINAL LIVE ACTION version of this Alpen-yawn business saw eight-year-old Seb tame mysterious beast of the mountains
By Charles Levinson and David Leland. Dramatisation of a real-life business deal between Britain and the USSR in which the UK exchanged...
ONE OF HANNA-BARBERA's rare live action adventures, concerning a mutt, a kooky flying disc-shaped robot "guardian" of the Black Hole school of...
MORE FAMOUS than the Queen in the US.
NEVER-ENDING BUBBLE floated off from SOAP
THROUGH THE CLOUDS, a shape appears.
POST-BUST UP WITH MIKE canine-accursed affair
SHOPFLOOR STOP MOTION SHENANIGANS
EL NAFFO comedy-drama for Saturday teatime
The discrepancy between media fantasy and mundane reality is made plain to Bryan Marshall on his birthday. By John Elliot.
A day in the life of a basement bevelling (grinding the bevelled edges and decorative grooves into plate glass) workshop in Glasgow,...
SPRAWLING, MULTI-COLOURED, nose-twitching, mouth-wrinkling sorcerama.
By Les Blair. Dramatisation of the British Brothers march into the East End Jewish quarter of Bethnal Green in 1902. Michael Maynard...
BRYNNERCENTRIC FILM of mad robots in amusement park span off the road
SESAME STREET-STYLE affair
BLUDGEONING BASTARD gangland bastard business
Rupert ‘Maigret’ Davies is a scheming Welsh councillor going after Daphne Slater, the infirm wife of his nephew (Nigel Stock). Alun Richards’...
LOOK, IT'S RAY BROOKS, aka Robby Box
HEY, IT'S 1992 and we're all European now.
SIX-PART 50S-SET-AND-STYLE capery
PHIL SILVERS-LOOKALIKE teaches in your average all-American high school
Comic study by Brian Wright of the beleaguered relationship between redundant machinist George Baker and mysterious young girl Eileen Atkins.
BRIAN MOORE-HELMED ITV rival to MATCH OF THE DAY