THE IMPERIAL Leather of costume soap combining the best and worst of rich people and their servants with lots of dressing up
"HAVE YOU HAD YOUR POSSET, KAY?"
MASSIVE OVERDOSE of Anthony Trollope historama
July 1945, shortly after the election, and aristocratic Kentish brewing dynasty the Carlions are gathering for a christening...
By Antonia Fraser. Below and above stairs relations in a Scottish manor house, presided over by Martin Jarvis.
POSH TOFFS of the 1920s fancy themselves
FUSTY PERIOD-SWAPPING kids drama
BAFFLING KIDS DRAMA about a public schoolboy (just for a change)
JOHN MORTIMER swaps a swig of BAILEY for a hefty helping of post-war decline-and-fall histrionics adapted from his own novel and layered...
YAWNSOME MID-AFTERNOON serial about some 1930s toffs in a country house.
CAMBRIDGIAN UNDERGRADUATION, fifties style.
DIANA RIGG, looking alarmingly like RONNIE CORBETT, obsesses maternally over her offspring Kit
ATTENTUATED ATTEMPT to create a UK version of BIG JOHN LITTLE JOHN.
MEANDERING MOPERY serving up your usual BBC 70s kids drama courses of period costumers, suggestions of ghosts, evil relations, mystical artefacts and...
TWITTERING TWOSOME raise havoc in a decorous 1920s village populated with the likes of NIGEL HAWTHORNE.
Kids drama involving a posh girl in a large mansion where shenanigans are going down.
NEAR-PROTOTYPE FOR the soon-to-follow HOWARD'S WAY
GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER of every Sunday teatime period drama adaptation ever.
MORE FOAL PLAY, this time by way of a kids equinestravaganza
SOUTHFORK MAY have been Wogan's favourite Wednesday night residence, but this was his Friday evening fancy and no mistake.
WORLD'S MOST famous sporter of the duffle coat until L. Gallagher.
THE HOME COUNTIES' most preposterously erudite home-owners starred in this audience-free parlour-esque intellectual joustathon.