SHORT-LIVED SNOOKERDRAM with Daley-esque geezerian overtones
MOCK MUSIC HALL marathon "From the Stage of the City Varieties Theatre, Leeds" with LEONARD SACHS dressed up like a Edwardian fop
"AND LATER on, I'll be trying my hand at something called paragliding."
EARLY RUN-OUT for your blueprint Barrymore
#714 IN LIST OF extinct erstwhile 1970s species: the rock musical.
BETWIXT ROOBARB and NOAH AND NELLY, Sir BOB GODFREY gave us this tribute
WHO'S THAT walking down the street?
MEMORABLE BBC Wales comic drama documenting misadventures of a bunch of valleys boys on a trip to Paris to watch the World's...
GRIZZLED GRIM stop motion gadabout
MORE TEATIME travails in same lineage and above average quality as BAD BOYES and WHO SIR ME SIR
BRIEF BUT BRILLIANT comdram
POOR MAN'S PATRICK MOORE and mutton-chopped self-styled potting shed eccentric ROBERT SYMES
PETER, DAVY, PETER, MICKY, PETER, MIKE, DAVY and PETER
STRIKINGLY BAFFLING East European export about a cartoon gibberish-spouting mole and his woodland friends, underthreat from city developers.
SIX SERVINGS of ALAN PLATER.
THORA HIRD and FREDDIE FRINTON remind JOHN LENNON when it's time for tea.
AGAIN WITH the adding
EMERALD ISLE export Bunjy Kennefick (MILO O'SHEA), a man of fast words and even faster living, struggles to crawl out from under...
RICKETY OLD 1950s Western gets revived for no reason
HUGE FUCK-OFF grizzly "befriends" chipmunk-faced son
PASSING RESIDENT of post-GRANDSTAND teatimes
CONVOLUTED MURKY-DEPTHS shooting and shagging melodrama
Sub-Pinball Wizard fanfare was the cue for our man to bound, literally, onto camera, do a little skip and go "Yessss!" by...
HUGE CLOPPING CUT-OUT nonsense between giant girl and loping dog in a cottage in the middle of nowhere, where two butterflies looked...
NOT, FORTUITOUSLY, the animated escapades of a rock'n'roll three-chord-trading troubadour
MICHAEL ASPEL announces the end of the world while a boy's face catches fire and a bloke's cabbages get squashed.
INFINITELY CHARMING personality-monikered procession of geometric freaks
A FAMILY of crooks - with mirth in mind!
RAMSHACKLE READING-IS-FUN RELIC.
SIMON O'BRIEN and FIONA LEE FRANCIS hang around in light-coloured jeans and sweat shirts
DIANA RIGG, looking alarmingly like RONNIE CORBETT, obsesses maternally over her offspring Kit
ONCE MORE unto the whimsy for BERNARD CRIBBINS
THAT'S JOHN CRAVEN'S Newsround. Not the parade of non-threatening blandalikes in trendy haircuts who came afterwards.
MERCIFULLY SHORT-LIVED spin-off
GUITAR-WIELDING WUNDERKIND MIKE AMATT helmed this romp about his titular pet dog Mop and cat Smiff
RUBBISH PSEUDO-EDUCATIONAL time travellry with some fuckers called Phineas Bogg (ha!) and Jeffrey Jones
YOUNG BOY (yes, Vicky can be a boy's name too, like Lesley, or Stacy) warrior gains respect with his Norse chief dad...
IN A brave attempt to push kids-costume-drama conventions to a dangerous extreme, this languid effort (based on book by Ray Brown) opted...
INTERACTIVITY 80S-STYLE courtesy of JENNY POWELL, TONY DORTIE and ANTHEA TURNER
DOWN-ON-LUCK MODEL (CYBILL SHEPHERD) "discovers" she owns a detective agency run by bigmouth BRUCE WILLIS and decides to join in the sleuthing....
AGAIN WITH the let's-give-the-kids-something-to-scare-them-shitless.
SO-SO SAGA of permanently ailing, low budget third moon settlement with a pan-European crew
MEANDERING MOPERY serving up your usual BBC 70s kids drama courses of period costumers, suggestions of ghosts, evil relations, mystical artefacts and...
"I'LL KEEP it - just to help me remember..."
ANNUAL INTERRUPTION to your favourite (or Live And Kicking) Saturday morning entertainment.
IF WOODSTOCK was a defining moment of the 60s, Montreux had a similar impact on the 80s, but for entirely different reasons.
DAILY MAIL-BOTHERING armchair general-alarming Beeb-bashing yarn
AXED-IN-A-FLASH AFFAIR pitched at you youngsters pissing about
WHY DON'T you build yourself a word?
WORTHY DRAMATISATION of the comings and goings of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood