COMMERCIAL CHIP off the CHEGGERS block.
SAINTED SEMI-ALTERNOPOP show of a Friday evening live from Tyne Tees
DUNUNUNUNUNUH-DUH NUH! "POP QUIZ!!!"
What’s the best way to sign off in song? Four key changes and a slow fade? A desolate, crashing downbeat? Or what...
It's 25 years this month since the very first official Pets' single hit the shelves - a fitting moment to doff a...
Some musical youths (not pictured) hold the key to unlocking today's clue.
Now we're not saying the subject of today's clue is a thief, but when he got caught shoplifting kitchenware at Ikea with...
Today's clue doesn't involve any complicated wordplay or celebrity babble - just music, sweet music...
The hunt is on for a valuable object that has gone missing inside Television Centre - and here with the second clue...
TV Cream is lifting the hinged lid of the wooden ottoman housing its record collection to investigate examples of how to, and...
AN OFFICE, somewhere in Television Centre in the early 1980s.
IT WAS the best of times, it was the blurst of times.
"HELLO THERE" quoth LORD DAVID JACOBS
HEY, IT'S 1992 and we're all European now.
ALMOST UNIQUE nightclub-based Saturday night marathon passing quickly into pub-bound TV legend.
AHH, THE EARLY NINETIES.
SILVER-HAIRED Supersonic supremo MIKE MANSFIELD came out of retirement to host this live music showcase
Just in time for the arrival of autumn and Mr Kipling's season of mellow fruit pies, TV Cream's Summer Scene is here....
TV Cream's Summer Scene is dangerously close to actually being finished, which is just as well seeing as summer is doing the...
PRIDED ITSELF on being the only place on television you'd be likely to see the Sensational Alex Harvey Band, which was probably...
CONVICTED FELON JONATHAN KING spends three years on an extended jolly arseing around the States.
Well-meaning, but utter shite nonetheless.
Public school glam rock a-go-go!
...another TV Cream blog-based tribute to Sir Macca. Except now we're on the new TVC, we can doff a Broad Street-sized hat...
AN ITV alternative to TOP OF THE POPS? Surely it could never work?
WHAT RICHARD O'SULLIVAN was to Friday night telly in the 80s.
GLAM SVENGALI MICKIE MOST produced this punk-pop show, notably fronted by a (as usual) glum bastard PETER COOK laughably pretending to be...
SUGAR-COATED DISPATCHES from the picket-fenced permanently-sunny perimeters of the eponymous bird-named brood
AUNTIE FINALLY works out how to broadcast more than just black and white stuff and sticks a load of "now" bands in...
A DIZZYING ASSORTMENT of yoof-orientated crazed oddities
A new series for teenagers
WHO ORDERED the embarrassing uncle?
PETER, DAVY, PETER, MICKY, PETER, MIKE, DAVY and PETER
Sub-Pinball Wizard fanfare was the cue for our man to bound, literally, onto camera, do a little skip and go "Yessss!" by...
EX-KENNY EVERETT Video Show dance troupe
IF WOODSTOCK was a defining moment of the 60s, Montreux had a similar impact on the 80s, but for entirely different reasons.
NO RELATION to the above, here was some other Lynn, hailing from the Tyne-Tees weatherbeat
T-REX MAINMAN hosts glamstravaganza
YET ANOTHER in the many summer replacements for TISWAS, as feeble as that show was mighty.
NEEDN'T-HAVE-BOTHERED YOOFY show from the earliest days of Channel Four.
Lamentable look-how-much-fun-we're-having wankery
FARFLUNG OUTPOST of a pre-BLANK Terence of Wogan empire, wherein our host would take time out of his Sunday afternoon post-prandial repose...
RUEFULLY RECALLED by many a kid as the first long-term replacement (see just about anything beginning with the word "Saturday" and FUN...
RETROSPECTIVELY REVERED northerly proto-punk music and "lifestyle" rabbleathon
BBC2 'POP' MUSIC extravaganza helmed by MAGENTA DEVINE
TEXTBOOK WORTHY-BUT-DULL show on "issues" for "young adults" by "young adults"
THE BAY CITY ROLLERS Show.
Cheap and cheerful TOTP-baiting bonanza on t'other side
IT WASN'T all TISWAS and SIX FIFTY-FIVE SPECIAL for the lovely SALLY JAMES.
Typically woeful attempt at pop-fest by junior C4