THE IMPERIAL Leather of costume soap combining the best and worst of rich people and their servants with lots of dressing up
Maverick pop-art fantasy director Robert Fuest is let loose on Michael Moorcock's time-tripping novel of swinging psychosexual splother.
FLOATY YELLOW glasses in the sky and bah-baaahhh! (der-der-der-dooo-dooo) theme tune? Time for another appointment with, in the words of the BBC...
PRIDED ITSELF on being the only place on television you'd be likely to see the Sensational Alex Harvey Band, which was probably...
GLENDA JACKSON shaves her head, wears a beak and paints her face white in order to rule England for 60 years.
IT CAME from Norwich.
BIZARRO VARIATION on the perennial children's serial theme of "kids help residents of a stately home to stop it being pulled down",...
TWO "FREELANCE investigators" arse about down Mexico way pre-WWI
MUCH LIKE the vogue for programmes beginning with a fulsome TAKE (see above), so programmes opening business with a terse THAT'S are...
RARE SERIOUS sci-fi drama from LWT
HUGE CLOPPING CUT-OUT nonsense between giant girl and loping dog in a cottage in the middle of nowhere, where two butterflies looked...
"I'LL KEEP it - just to help me remember..."
ALL YOUR PLEASE, SIR! favourites brought back for your viewing pleasure via inconsequential, delinquent ex-pupil spin-off.
ONCE MORE unto the Grade.
NOT TO BE confused with the indoors-outdoors KITCHEN GARDEN.
WITH EVEN MACCA going nuts for the natural world in the early 70s (see "Ram" "Wings Wild Life" and numerous other pastoral...
FLIMSY FAMOUS FIVERY on a London bus
PREMIER LEAGUE sub-fingered foul-mouthed Catholic pope-baiter on a stool with tumbler and fag railed against the modern and ancient world alike in...
TITANIC NAUTICAL saga which steamed through BBC1 Sunday nights for nigh on a decade.
RESIDENT PATIENT of the Beeb's early 70s schedules
ON-THE-CHEAP JACKANORY-MEETS-PLAY AWAY effort.
QUITE SIMPLY, one of the finest programmes ever ever made. The jewel in small screen's light entertainment crown, this was absolutely essential...
RATHER SURPRISINGLY well-done cartoon (though very low-fi) series about a Yak and his friend Crow who had various unlikely adventures.
SAN FRANCISCO chief of police decides to do "things my own way" and employ the missus as sidekick.
TRIPPY TEATIME childfantasy with the eponymous kid taking receipt of a magic rug.
NUTS AND BOLTS RE-HEATING of NOT IN FRONT OF THE CHILDREN
BBC2 SLIPPED off its tight waistcoat and cummerbund with this endless Butch and Sundance-style banditathon