Kids drama involving a posh girl in a large mansion where shenanigans are going down.
JAPANESE CARTOONERY featuring the eponymous unnamed briny-basher battling deadly "foes"
QUITE POSSIBLY the dullest quiz show of all time.
MISBEGOTTEN HOTCH-POTCH of 70s production values and 50s plotlines
OLDE ENGLISH cobblers from another Catherine Cookson bodiceboiler
NORTH WEST-ONLY business-oriented "gameshow" made by Granada in the 80s and therefore, as dictated by the Broadcasting Act, presented by TONY WILSON.
300 SECONDS OF shazam shambolics
PLAYGROUP POINTS OF VIEW
JIM "CAMERON" DAVIDSON is still Jim London
BLUE-PETER-BEATING ITV kids' magazine
YET ANOTHER in the many summer replacements for TISWAS, as feeble as that show was mighty.
WOO! PUBLIC access!
HALF HOUR Saturday morning effort piloted by Nanette Newman.
BRIAN "IT'S IN THERE!" MOORE fronted this self-explanatory yet ultimately disposable celebrity-endorsed battle of the sporting greats.
SENT TO EARTH to make Cannon and Ball and Little and Large appear talented, the putative stars of this shambles were CHEESE...
FIRST-RUN LYNDA LA PLANTE-ation had the wives of three cons who die in a botched heist doing the next planned job themselves.
FALTERING ATTEMPT to Anglicise HART TO HART
GEORGE COLE aka Arthur Daley (sheepskin coat, cigar, hat, jewellery, 'er indoors, "nice little earner", "world is your lobster, my son") and...
MEAN-STREETS SAAAAHF LANDAN PI
INVENTED, IT says here, by EAMONN ANDREWS.
NOVELTY BASKETBALL bunch with annoying whistley theme tune do battle with basketball-playing robots, or something.
Fantasies included "having lunch with Charlie's Angels". Show included first comedy Sikh.
THIS, ON the other hand, was an animated knock-off of the Racquel Welch-baiting original film
DREARY STUDIO-BOUND ancient Mexico-based romp through curses, secret passages and much shaking of sticks at angry Gods.
LOUSY TEATIME tripe marshalled into mithersome existence by BERNIE WINTERS
"HE'S NOT your average teenage kid - unless you call a kid who turns into a wacky werewolf average!"
GURNEY SLADE-ESQUE gumption from pen of Sid Green, with DAVE KING and JOE MARCELL as the eponymous vagrants living mostly inside their...
ROISTERING RESISTANCE tales from World War Two France
FEMALE VERSION of SECRET ARMY
CHIRPY, GAP-TOOTHED scouser JIMMY TARBUCK waffled chummily through this tatty provincial gamblo-general knowledge quiz.
UNLIKELY ENTRY in the 1980s parade of home computer shows
ALI BONGO anchored this kids magicarama "aided and abetted" by hopeless puppet cat in a fez, Ali Cat
EARLY MASTERPIECE from DAVID "ONE FOOT" RENWICK and ANDREW "2.4" MARSHALL
EARLY EVENING Cluedo-based antics with first EDWARD WOODWARD then JON P'TWEE as chairman.
"DO NOT follow me. I am going to the main airlock."
"MICK JAGGER visiting a laundrette? It would probably be something…like this…"
PREPOSTEROUS VINEYARD vagaries courtesy of shameless DALLAS rip off relocated to Napa, er, Tuscany Valley.
SOME POSH children (naturally) go to visit a small village during the school holidays.
VARIATION ON textbook "anthology" format
HE WAS, as he kept telling us, the unknown stuntman
EDUCATIONAL SERIES featuring a talking, poorly-operated puppet skeleton
HEAVENS, IT'S been all of, what, 11 entries since we last mentioned Glen?
ACTUALLY CALLED THE NEW ORIGINAL WONDER WOMAN.
BEST DESCRIBED as MAY TO DECEMBER minus that programme's calendar-themed-age-difference twist.
ALL YOUR PLEASE, SIR! favourites brought back for your viewing pleasure via inconsequential, delinquent ex-pupil spin-off.
CAMERA-SHY JOURNO sits in empty studio and talks about how, while fellow journos are pissed-up burnt-out rabble-rousing ne'er-do-wells, the profession of journalism...
JULIA MACKENSIE, playing herself, is a divorced teacher living next door to IRENE HANDL, also playing herself. Neither can leave well alone.
RICKETY ANDERSON Supermarionation saga
CENTREPIECE OF week long, decade-defining, all-star, all-channel Aidsathon