"PASS THE kettle love, I've been up all night." "You could've fooled me, dear".
SUBLIME HERALD of the weekend
CANINE AND company for the wind-hewn, welly-bound well-to-do.
JAMES BOLAM laid the memory of THE LIKELY LADS to rest with this grisly 1920s depression-quest.
Premium pulling-out-the-stops affair courtesy of a benevolent Beeb looking for something to celebrate 40 years of telly.
BY THE KIDS, for the kids!
MULTI-AWARD WINNING gloves-with-eyes
INITIALLY DON MOSS, then ventriloquist RAY "LORD CHARLES" ALAN, fronted this wordy afternoon quizfest
JUST LIKE the way the Presidency of the EU rotates between different countries, so a script involving posh kids in a haunted...
BEN "ALIAS SMITH" MURPHY is an invisible man with a strict operating limit of a quarter of an hour.
MORE FROM a decidedly wilting Hanna and Barbera
MEMORABLE BBC Wales comic drama documenting misadventures of a bunch of valleys boys on a trip to Paris to watch the World's...
CONVOLUTED MURKY-DEPTHS shooting and shagging melodrama
DAVID JASON lands his first comedy lead and hams it up enormously
DOPEY OLD buffer forgets where he's left his spouses and gets hitched not once, not twice, not thrice, but six times.
FORTIES CRIME capers, kind of spun off from the The Sting, with Harold Gould (white-haired chap from the film) as a reformed...
THIS, ON the other hand, was an animated knock-off of the Racquel Welch-baiting original film
DREARY STUDIO-BOUND ancient Mexico-based romp through curses, secret passages and much shaking of sticks at angry Gods.
JULIA MACKENSIE, playing herself, is a divorced teacher living next door to IRENE HANDL, also playing herself. Neither can leave well alone.
PRE-DATING MONKEY, here came 108 plucky knights brought back from the dead to battle nastiness in the Orient
FIRST ALL-BLACK cast sitcom for the UK
AH YES, the old "hard-bitten cop teams up with experimental robot" schtick.
GRAVY-LUMPENING SUNDAY lunchtime fare
SPRAWLING EDWARDIAN household powerplay
LAMENTABLE SEQUEL to ROMANY JONES
YOU DON'T mess with a hit, runs the old showbiz lore.
DRAMATISED DIVERSIONS of the go-ahead blokes on the then new and exciting recession-beating world of North Sea Oil rigs.
"NOBODY" WAS the eponymous spook in this, ITV's proto-RENTAGHOST palaver.
KURT RUSSELL dons statutory small screen Wild West outfit and steps out into the dust to look for his long lost sister.
"MUM! THERE'S a gyppo on the telly!"
NAUTICAL FLY-ON-CABIN-WALL doco.
WORLD'S MOST famous sporter of the duffle coat until L. Gallagher.
FRESH FROM ruling the known world BRIAN BLESSED settled his sticky paws upon no less a target than the known universe.
PRE-STARDOM BURT REYNOLDS uses nosey gossip to track down filth in Santa Luisa, California.
BOUGHT AS a job lot by cash-strapped infant Channel 4 and flung out after COUNTDOWN.