ROISTERING RESISTANCE tales from World War Two France
WAS THERE no beginning to Glen's talents?
FROM THE pen of ROY CLARKE, therefore old people doing demented things while shouting a lot and rearranging the china well to...
DOPEY OLD buffer forgets where he's left his spouses and gets hitched not once, not twice, not thrice, but six times.
TWITTERING TWOSOME raise havoc in a decorous 1920s village populated with the likes of NIGEL HAWTHORNE.
T-REX MAINMAN hosts glamstravaganza
JAPANESE CARTOONERY featuring the eponymous unnamed briny-basher battling deadly "foes"
MISBEGOTTEN HOTCH-POTCH of 70s production values and 50s plotlines
PUPIL-POPPING PARADE of slapstick and speeded-up shenanigans
DO YOU live in a town?
MOST EXPENSIVE TV film ever, apparently.
HEAVENS, IT'S been all of, what, 11 entries since we last mentioned Glen?
NOTHING TO do with DR WHO's laughing cavalier turned lamentable klutz.
THAT FAMOUS theme tune was called "Impending Menace"
UPMARKET RIDDLE-ME-REE business doled out in weekly 45 minute doses.
ONCE A Saturday night-only appointment, now a franchise seemingly wheeled out at any time of the day (it's World Cup Grandstand, dammit!).
MASTERTEAM, but done like a tennis match.
NO-NONSENSE NUMERICAL school business
MORE NUMBER-CRUNCHING, this time going for the hey-kids-it's-fun angle with comedy incompetent police inspector
AGAIN WITH the adding
This was ostensibly a "comedy adventure series" dealing with slightly more basic concepts and starring two bog-standard kids who find a mysterious...
Maths with, hey, a football twist!
WHEN WILL it end?
UNTIL THE arrival of I'M PASQUALE, HE'S WALSH, the most delirious coupling in TV history.
LIKE CAIN and Able, Aaron Spelling and Glen Larson engaged in a battle royal throughout the 80s as to who could rustle...
RICKETY OLD 1950s Western gets revived for no reason
JEREMY ISAACS'S favourite ever Channel 4 programme: fact!
ANOTHER OFFSPRING of ITV's Mystery Movie strand
QUIRKY KID sci-finery
THE SMELL of a Friday night.
LORD FRED HARRIS jumped ship from MAKING THE MOST OF... momentarily to present his own amateur games-writing show
EMERALD ISLE export Bunjy Kennefick (MILO O'SHEA), a man of fast words and even faster living, struggles to crawl out from under...
ADMIRABLE attempt at pre-watershed sitcommery
MORE GRADE expectations.
THORA HIRD and FREDDIE FRINTON remind JOHN LENNON when it's time for tea.
ANOTHER SUMMER filler between the delirious dentures of TISWAS.
GRAPHITE GRADUATE FROM the unlikely environs of BILL ODDIE's SATURDAY BANANA
"MTV COPS" was the diktat issued by network bosses
SIX SERVINGS of ALAN PLATER.
THE EQUALIZER meets FRASIER.
ORPHANED TYKE Lucas Bell (posh, of course) is watched over by bombastic guardian Sir Randolph Oakapple.
SUPERHERO SPOOFATHON from the makers of DEPUTY DAWG.
BEFORE THEY discovered they could buy in decent comedy from abroad, ver Four made do with homegrown efforts like this
MEANDERING MONOCHROME rodent roustabout gets updated 30 years later courtesy of RALPH "HEAVY TRAFFIC" BAKSHI
ONE-HIT WONDER Freddie Mercury rip-off merchant who Steve Wright played to death in early 2007.
PROFESSIONAL NORTHERNERN wielding guitar, mouthorgan and dreaded squeezebox
WE'LL PASS on both, if you don't mind.
"PLEASE, LET us have no racialism!"
GEORGE COLE aka Arthur Daley (sheepskin coat, cigar, hat, jewellery, 'er indoors, "nice little earner", "world is your lobster, my son") and...
CONTEMPORARY CHART action (Kajagoogoo, Belle Stars, Cyndi Lauper) gets radical re-interpretation by under-tens