ABOVE AVERAGE ISLE of Wight euromance
ONE GREAT big monster of a weekday afternoon craftfest.
NIGHTMARE-INDUCING PRODUCTION, shown to kids in school assemblies to learn them of the dangers of arseing about with dangerous farming equipment.
WEIRD AS you like JOHN JUNKIN-fronted celebrity panel game, in the time-honoured weekday 5:15 ITV mould.
A DEVOUTLY devolved kids' talent contest.
THREE ASTRONAUTS live in first-ever all-British space station, interrupted in their musings by US ground control boss called Beadle.
THE SCOURGE of many a small child struggling to learn an outsize musical instrument.
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
Pretty much arse, really.
Soft-spoken grey haired bloke proceeds to show us exactly how to draw bird/fish encounter.
BRITISH VERSION of the BANANA SPLITS, where none was really needed.
BOLD TWILIGHT TIME escapades for Fen-dwelling insomniacs.
NUTS AND BOLTS RE-HEATING of NOT IN FRONT OF THE CHILDREN
LITTLE-KNOWN SEMI-EDUCATIONAL morning cartoon filler which began with the moustachioed titular prof in his lab introducing a wacky, sub-Wilf Lunn invention to...
WEIRDO SPECCOID Canadian mind reader who turned up for about ten minutes with confusing and unimpressive mind trickery.
ONE-OFF PRETEND conspiracy documentary about the supposed disappearance of super-intelligent citizens.
Maureen Lipman is back.
SEASIDE-BASED KIDS' drama, easily a step up from the salty SEAVIEW, revolving around a rather attractive young girl's attempts to pep up...
The instant Nimmo had hung up his cowl, it was only gone and swiped by RICHARD BRIERS doing a spot of moonlighting...
NETWORKED SEPIA-DRENCHED homily to Better Times.
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.
LATE ERA Cosgrove-Hall spectacular
GRAB BAG alterno revue, late in slot and long of trouser.
NO CHEAP innuendo suggested by that title, no way.
SHORT-LIVED SUNDAY night God slot support feature.
ANNA RAEBURN-INSPIRED sitcommery starring MAUREEN LIPMAN as usual playing herself, i.e. externally strong, confident woman but internally a babbling mess.
LEVIATHAN OF post-lunch shoestring scheduling and sanctuary for many a sneaky school skive.
AUSSIE KIDS Molly (AMEILA FRID - the original Cody Willis in NEIGHBOURS) and Spike (GARY PERAZZO) holiday on a Greek island, where...
SCI-FI COMEDY outing, little remembered now, with IAN HENDRY as the quixotic space traveller, and RONALD LACEY as Sam Chopanza.
DREADFUL HALF-ARSED cheapo kids' drama-workshop-on-screen string of semi-improvised (hence title) sketches and bollocks, the most notable thing being when cast regular DUNCAN...
DISABLED WOMAN falls victim to a new automated, computer-controlled house, which seems strangely sinister, and...yeah, you guessed it.
DOLEFUL LOOK-AT-THIS "local people with a story to tell" effort showcasing regionalia in as lumpen a manner possible
"DON'T, DON'T, DON'T give up the day job," sang Rich. Why not, asked the viewing several.
"LIFE'S NOT always a fairy-tale, Michael". JIM TAGGART, take a bow