RARE CHARACTER study for EDWARD "THE GHOST AND MRS MUIR" MULHARE.
MUCH PANTHER-ESQUE plot reheating came courtesy of this dreary selection of characters.
POSSIBLY THE only instance of a Japanese-originated format crossing over to the west.
EARLY ATTEMPT at computer game crossover that should have ensured it never happened again.
INEVITABLE ROLE-REVERSAL spin
PROBABLY SHOWN in every school in the country at some point during the mid-80s.
SEEMS LIKE LESLIE ASH spent an entire decade appearing in obscure shows.
THE PREMISE: in 2074, we're all going to be idle proles.
HOW TO fill half an hour of early evening Channel 4 telly quickly and cheaply.
DRAMATISED VERSION of THE GOOD LIFE with home computers.
A REDUNDANT entry, really. What's to say?
ODD CARTOON short about an accident-prone sort of orange testicle-man with big floppy nose, who had various stereotypical adventures.
ENDURING TRAGICOM FROM THE pens of Likely Lads Clement/La Frenais
Soft-spoken grey haired bloke proceeds to show us exactly how to draw bird/fish encounter.
Your familiar "home study kit" suggestion box for making the most of the wildlife "in your own backyard".
SEASIDE-BASED KIDS' drama, easily a step up from the salty SEAVIEW, revolving around a rather attractive young girl's attempts to pep up...
WELCOME TO MICHAEL PARKINSON: The Wilderness Years.
RALPH MCTELL was aided by various female second fiddles in this letter-by-letter song and illustrated storyathon with Holly the Hedgehog.
GRAB BAG alterno revue, late in slot and long of trouser.
"LIFE'S NOT always a fairy-tale, Michael". JIM TAGGART, take a bow