FIRST TV show to think that thunderously self-important po-faced analysis of politics would go down a treat at Sunday lunchtime.
HAROLD WILSON'S "University Of The Air"
MUCH LOVED BBC popular science series that seemed best served when stuck out after the NINE O'CLOCK NEWS.
IT COULD never happen today.
THE GREAT and the good settle down in a beige-toned boudoir set to ruminate upon the small screen highlights of the last...
Very much a cross between George Hamilton and Robert Carrier.
DOES THE name BABCOCK POWER CONSTRUCTION ring a bell?
JONATHAN MILLER poked about inside various dead people while pontificating about doctors, guts and life.
PROTRACTED PERAMBULATION by and about the world's finest antiquated artefacts
NIFTY NATURALIST endeavour
GENTEEL SUNDAY morning stretchathon, with the be-leotarded Lynn in a bare studio thrusting and mulching.
DRS MIRIAM STOPPARD and ROB "FUN AND GAMES" BUCKMAN host an early-evening medical chat show.
CENTREPIECE OF week long, decade-defining, all-star, all-channel Aidsathon
UNASHAMEDLY TACKY science-is-fun endeavour
SOFTLY-SPOKEN SURGEONS inform patients of the intricacies of kidney stone removal before performing the necessary operation and inviting the patient to come...
BASICALLY, THE Open University for anyone not predispoed to a particle accelerator.
ANOTHER SUNDAY morning "improving" children's show from the Beeb
ANOTHER OF those nothing-ventured, nothing-won Sunday morning fillers.
STILL RETAINS a sizeable cult following to this day.
THE SO YOU THINK... format had been running on and off (mostly off) on the Beeb since 1965's So You Think You...