NEW ORLEANS criminal insurance investigator gets blinded in the line of duty, but on he bloody well goes.
OUR FIRST glimpse of "Noely" in primetime
ANOTHER BBC thriller uncovering dark secrets in the Cretan underbelly
ANOTHER ENDLESS epic for the summer holidays.
SEMINAL KIDS pursuit caper from pen of N.J. "DIXON" CRISP
A TEENAGE TINA HEATH of Blue Peter pregnancy fame dons a bad blue anorak and converses with one very scary witch
EEKING OUT the GOOD LIFE formula to its ultimate conclusion
SIMPERING EXISTENTIAL meadering mutt with sideline in crimestopping can't be arsed staying in one place
COMICAL ITALIANO whimsy with red faces and ladles of pasta much in evidence.
GENTEEL SUNDAY morning stretchathon, with the be-leotarded Lynn in a bare studio thrusting and mulching.
THIS HAS a lot to answer for, chiefly bequeathing Carla Lane upon the nation and her "daffy" "sassy" "Scouse" "wit".
DAVID "HELLO THERE" JACOBS talks to various Suez-era celebs
PUPIL-POPPING PARADE of slapstick and speeded-up shenanigans
MORE FUTURISTIC folly, this time involving space rebel types hooking up with present day kids and, well, transplanting their dying leader's mind...
MOUTHORGAN-THEMED TALES of speech-impaired dog deputy sheriff and tussles with Muskie (a muskrat), Vince (short-sighted mole) and racoon amusingly named Ty Coon.
FRENCH MEDIEVAL adventure yarn.
THE EQUALIZER meets FRASIER.
"AS I SAT at my small kitchen table this morning, a thought formed in my mind: what price the peace of one...
SUPERHERO SPOOFATHON from the makers of DEPUTY DAWG.
WHEN WILL it end?
IRON CURTAIN-PULLING impishness involving a 15-year-old girl called Julia
VOLKSWAGEN "WITH a mind of its own" (hmmm, sounds familiar...) and a gang of motorbikes have various minimalist highway adventures.
MORE NUMBER-CRUNCHING, this time going for the hey-kids-it's-fun angle with comedy incompetent police inspector
MEANDERING MONOCHROME rodent roustabout gets updated 30 years later courtesy of RALPH "HEAVY TRAFFIC" BAKSHI
AND SO WE REACH the bottom of Hanna-Barbera's beleagued barrel.
THIS BILLING, should you choose to accept it, contains gags only marginally less predictable than the entire sum of this well-worn, endlessly...
MONOLITHIC CORNERSTONE of Hanna/Barbera cartoon empire documenting "page right out of history" antics of Stone Age Flintstone clan
FORGET YOUR WILLY FOGG and DOGTANIAN: this was most definitely the right kind of poorly-dubbed European export.
SPRIGHTLY SPINSTER gets invited to a weekend in the country
BLATANT COPY of same station's BONANZA, but none too shabby for all that.
WEIRD DEATH thing about a couple's funeral in a society where no-one cops it except by agreement.
TOOK TURNS with FAX to plug gap between end of children's programmes and the news until Erinsborough beckoned.
Infamous school holiday-spanning serial of War And Peace proportions
MANY A first viewing of MIDNIGHT COWBOY's Florida daydream sequence will have been ruined by childhood exposure to TONY SOPER's Britnature miscellany
"MTV COPS" was the diktat issued by network bosses
"WHERE DO BIRDS GO TO DIE?" "Was ration Britain a better Britain?"
Now probably self-deleted from El Tel's memory banks
FORTIES CRIME capers, kind of spun off from the The Sting, with Harold Gould (white-haired chap from the film) as a reformed...
ARCH CAMPERY of a non-Connery kind
LITTLE-KNOWN H-B short about Winnie the Witch who can't do anything right.
NEAR-PROTOTYPE FOR the soon-to-follow HOWARD'S WAY
TIM "SON OF EDWARD" WOODWARD and NICHOLAS "BROTHER OF GEMMA" JONES lead dull canter through life in the Royal Flying Corps during...
DO YOU live in a town?
MOST EXPENSIVE TV film ever, apparently.
ABOUT TIME for another crappy effort from Will H and Joe B, this time starring the eponymous ape and his short moustachioed...
HOORAY! AFTER a long long wait, we've finally reached another Beeb Mediterranean thriller from the late 1970s
A LATE and low-key entry in the considerable Postgate canon
FOLLOWING ALAN PARKER'S shouty 1980 big screen sweatband-and-leggings bonanza, here came more high-kicking high-falutin' histrionics from life at New York's School For...
INAUSPICIOUS ROLE for rarely-popular Scots actress KATE 'COPSTICK' COPSTICK as a masked android/alien/robot/who cares thing given simple puzzles to solve by her...