COLONIAL RUMBLINGS up the Khyber Pass as ever-so-keen GARY BOND took time out from wooing ANNE BELL to teach the natives "a...
TWO COUPLES share a house. Imagine what could happen!
CELIA HOYLES and ROB "TEETH" BUCKMAN presented various dracketty old "brainteasers" and "mental games" to a less-than-appreciative studio audience of pensioners and...
YET ANOTHER in the many summer replacements for TISWAS, as feeble as that show was mighty.
HALF HOUR Saturday morning effort piloted by Nanette Newman.
SENT TO EARTH to make Cannon and Ball and Little and Large appear talented, the putative stars of this shambles were CHEESE...
NOT MUCH to recommend this post-FROGGITT BILL MAYNARD trundler.
CURIOUS CHROMAKEYFEST centring on a couple of tiny aliens
THAT EXCLAMATION MARK says it all.
Very much a cross between George Hamilton and Robert Carrier.
THIS AND SALE OF THE CENTURY were the only times the rest of the country ever willingly sat down to watch Anglia's...
GENERATION GAME-SLAUGHTERING, hysteria-mongering, surprise-springing, staircase-shimmying, Beadlebum-annointing ogre of Saturday nights.
BLOATED SPY GAMES from busy-busy pen of LEN DEIGHTON.
CONVOLUTED MURKY-DEPTHS shooting and shagging melodrama
LONG-SERVING horticultural hoedown
PASSING RESIDENT of post-GRANDSTAND teatimes
UPMARKET YARN for Children's ITV
BEN "ALIAS SMITH" MURPHY is an invisible man with a strict operating limit of a quarter of an hour.
DAYTIME SOAP froth set in Covent Garden workshop of titular fashion design company.
DR LEW GRADE re-opens the ATV medical wing
QUITE SIMPLY, one of the finest programmes ever ever made. The jewel in small screen's light entertainment crown, this was absolutely essential...
HUGE FUCK-OFF grizzly "befriends" chipmunk-faced son
CAPABLE WOMAN-IN-A-MAN'S-WORLD coppery
"PASS THE kettle love, I've been up all night." "You could've fooled me, dear".
SCRATCHY VEHICLE for SID JAMES in post-Hancock hinterland
THICKO TARZAN-ALIKE and his well-spoken English gorilla chum ("Somebody within stone's throw again!") do the usual crap Jay Ward wisecrackery.
JUST LIKE the way the Presidency of the EU rotates between different countries, so a script involving posh kids in a haunted...
PHIL CORNWELL to Aswad: "Skin up, drummie!"
WHO ORDERED the embarrassing uncle?
"AND LATER on, I'll be trying my hand at something called paragliding."
EARLY RUN-OUT for your blueprint Barrymore
TOP HOLE Bond spoofery by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry
PART OF THAT 1950s revival which seemed to stretch from, well, 1959 right through to the final death cry of HI-DE-HI.
TITULAR INSTRUCTION obeyed to the letter by kids the country over as soon as they got whiff of this noneducating small tottery
REMIT-SATISFYING PSEUDATHON chucked out in the small hours by a bored Jeremy Isaacs.
SUPERLATIVE SUPERNATURAL derring-do
Cuddly KENNY EVERETT's swansong
BERNARD BRESSLAW and BILL FRASER do voices of animated observatory duo Gorilla and Gus
TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR, looking for a job a work while the others wrote more GOODIES episodes, undergoes metamorphosis into an animated cutout duck
BONKERS JAPANESE cartoon about the mightiest robot in the world
LITTLE-SEEN OVER here but beloved of everyone over there.
PLAY AWAY'S JULIE STEVENS and DENISE COFFEY are two bored housewives looking for "additional" action. Derek Wilton - yikes! - obliges.
IN THE Kensington sky.
SHORT-LIVED SNOOKERDRAM with Daley-esque geezerian overtones
The ultimate in parlour game riddle-me-ree telly
DAVID "PERRIN" NOBBS-penned laugh-light effort about marketing men and (hey!) women.
CUT-PRICE CALEDONIAN distant forerunner of ROLF HARRIS CARTOON TIME, only without giant pieces of plain paper, fat marker pens and earnest insights...
CAMBRIDGIAN UNDERGRADUATION, fifties style.
APTLY-TITLED SUNDAY evening miserycom, reworking bits of Take It From Here off of the radio.
GNOMES, EH? Now there's a subject for laugh-out-loud light entertainment.