THE GREAT ASP appeared in front of a giant balsa and Fuzzy Felt (TM) speech bubble.
JIM-MORRISON-ALIKE BOY magician Tarot (MICHAEL MACKENZIE) has adventures through history, for which read cheap studio set representing pyramid, cheap studio set representing...
FIRST PROPER live-actioner from Supermationationer GERRY ANDERSON
"SPORTING WIT AND BADINAGE", as Ceefax often had it
This is very need-to-know, and we don’t want those sticky-beaks in Whitehall shoving their oars in, but below is attached a PDF...
RETINA-INFURIATING Hanna-Barbera live-action mayhem of hazily-yet-vividly-recollected infamy
TATTY HALF-ARSED low budget DR WHO for kids that ran for six months non-stop then never came back.
JACK WILD is Jimmy, owner of golden talking flute named Freddie much sought after by freaky gorgon Witchiepoo BILLIE HAYES.
"I NEVER seem to get it!"
Memory-test quizzery in old-fashioned ties-for-the-boys, sit-up-straight, desks 'n' buzzers extravaganza.
SPIN-OFF FROM DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SET
MORE ADOLESCENT quest malarkey
UBER-RUDIMENTARY INFORMATHON dressed up as the adventures of a medallion-toting bear.
WHAT can you do with an apostrophe?
FORMICA AND flock wallpaper sitcommery by JACK ROSENTHAL
NEW ORLEANS criminal insurance investigator gets blinded in the line of duty, but on he bloody well goes.
THIS BILLING, should you choose to accept it, contains gags only marginally less predictable than the entire sum of this well-worn, endlessly...
WEIRD DEATH thing about a couple's funeral in a society where no-one cops it except by agreement.
ROISTERING RESISTANCE tales from World War Two France
DRIVELLY SCOTTISH funsters MIKE HOPE and ALBIE KEEN
FOLLOWING PHIL "BUSTER" COLLINS's example, entire world criminal fraternity emigrates to island paradise.
PRE-SWAP SHOP carry-on of precious little consequence and even fewer viewers.
THOSE DEPENDABLE boys down at Euston Road had two pops at this
FORGOTTEN GEM of a US TV movie
KEITH WATERHOUSE and WILLIS HALL-penned palaver for DIANA DORS
ONE JOKE officecom.
ONE GREAT big monster of a weekday afternoon craftfest.
SCI-FI COMEDY outing, little remembered now, with IAN HENDRY as the quixotic space traveller, and RONALD LACEY as Sam Chopanza.