LONG-SERVING domesticated whimsy cavalcade and major player in ITV's 1970s children's lunchtime slot shake-up from Granada.
HOMELY BROOD OF northern-accented pompoms
PRODUCED IN both "national" and "regional opt-out" flavours, this pre-school programme cropped up everywhere from Norwich to Nebraska, customised to suit the...
WELL-MEANING BUT effortlessly patronising daytimers
PODGY, AMIABLE West country dad with a penchant for making stuff from wood on Sunday afternoons decides to share hobby with nation.
REDOUBTABLE LUNCHTIME ten-minuter
US SEMI-ED kid's show.
OBSCURE SHOW for boys
POOR MAN'S PATRICK MOORE and mutton-chopped self-styled potting shed eccentric ROBERT SYMES
INTERACTIVITY 80S-STYLE courtesy of JENNY POWELL, TONY DORTIE and ANTHEA TURNER
FULL TITLE was, as everyone knows, the unfortunately ironic "Why Don't You Just Switch Off Your Television Set And Go Out And...
POST-MAGPIE BUBBLE-PERMED Leo Sayeralike MICK ROBERTSON found himself fronting this Friday evening activity magazine
VERY EAGER "Hey! Let's make stuff!" bazaar for holiday mornings, presented by tomboyish SHEELAGH GILBEY, supposed "Editor" of the "Do It supplement"...
PAPERFOLDY SHOW similar to the later ART OF...
RIDING THE 1970s home crafts (i.e. Britain is broke) boom like a hastily-put-together show possessed
MORE PASTIME hard sell, here taking the shape of a giant castor oil dose of "home activities" comprising gardening, DIY, cooking and...
IN THE words of KENNETH WILLIAMS: "It's MATTHEW KELLY isn't it?! Game for a laugh!"
ONE GREAT big monster of a weekday afternoon craftfest.
TATTY MAGAZINE programme for kids in the quarter-to-five slot.