THE GREAT ASP appeared in front of a giant balsa and Fuzzy Felt (TM) speech bubble.
CHIRPY APOCALYPSE CAPERS
PAUL COIA hosted this lunchtime quiz effort based on pointlessly elaborate mid-80s Beeb project to celebrate the 900th anniversary of The Domesday...
Driving-through-the-Dales-in-a-lovely-old-car with Hardy and Timothy sharing a joke.
BELOW-PAR BONHOMIE that looked and felt like it should have been on the light channel.
"ALL STYLES of music" allegedly catered for in this dance-arse variety bumstead
In that blessed era that we're forced to refer to as The LateSeventiesToTheEarlyEighties, there was one disease that met all your tabloid...
THE SECOND, and undoubtedly the greatest, instalment of PAUL DANIELS's great Beeb game show trilogy (alongside ODD ONE OUT and WIPEOUT), this...
SUBLIME HERALD of the weekend
PAUL DANIELS haunted this grim quiz
GENERAL COLLAPSE of secondary education.
MERIDIAN-STRADDLING CHAT meanderer
FAR-TOO-EARLY SUNDAY morning Godbothery for children
LIVE FROM the verdant pastures of Shepherd's Bush Green
"SPORTING WIT AND BADINAGE", as Ceefax often had it
LIFE IN THE most uncommercial, threadbare-looking department store in the world
TURN-OF-THE-CENTURY GENTLEMAN charmer in preposterous cape and cane combo (GERALD HARPER) gets frozen in a block of ice and thawed out in...
VERBOSE VOYAGES in a double-breasted suit.
OBSCURE VEHICLE for FELICITY "HONEY FOR TEA" KENDAL.
"WE'RE RESPECTABLE PEOPLE, not the London School of Economics!"
AHOY THERE! STILGOE on the starboard bow!
"BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH".
THE LATE, great RALPH BATES was the eponymous hero, dumped via mantlepiece-mounted letter by his wife and forced to take solace in...
DIRTY-FACED FEISTY POWS of the fairer sex see out the Second World War in an internment camp in Malaya.
Dialogue-shunning artistic hotchpotch that took the most unpromising of briefs and created a nostalgia monolith.
EVER-RELIABLE EARLY evening winter warmer
FRENCH-DERIVED CARTOON about a bunch of greedy, untidy, irritable geese the Zwas
OH LOOK, Compo tries to catch a glimpse of Nora Batty's night attire and then ends up in a bath on wheels...
AN OFFICE, somewhere in Television Centre in the early 1980s.
CHEAPO HIPPY puppetahon courtesy of one-man creative maelstrom (see MAELSTROM) RICK JONES, aka Yoffy.
13 EPISODES of sepia soft toy sophistry
HAROLD WILSON'S "University Of The Air"
SUBLIME SIMPERING nonsense that began as an animated campaign to promote North Sea oil.
MUCH LOVED BBC popular science series that seemed best served when stuck out after the NINE O'CLOCK NEWS.
RAUCOUS BUG-EYED rompery of the fourth dimension.
CAMP CUISINE on a Grayson scale courtesy of titular Australian twosome riding the back (steady now) of late-80s NEIGHBOURS UK popularity.
"HELLO THERE" quoth LORD DAVID JACOBS
THAT EXCLAMATION mark says it all.
BASIC ALPHABET and sentence tuition
BOMBASTIC TEATIME behemoth which sprawled across half a decade
TIGHT-ARSED STUTTERING grocercom
BLUE PETER showed it once, PICTURE BOX several dozen times.
CONVOLUTED CRAPOLA cartoonery
YET ANOTHER Spanish speciality served up over here in something like one thousands parts
THE gentle swish of a watercolour paintbrush, the chiming tinkle of an endlessly hummable signature tune
SWAGGERING BRINY proto-soap
YET ANOTHER load of You Have Been Watching lummoxery from David Croft