An Audience With…..

An Audience With Ken Dodd - 1994 Originally produced by London Weekend Television and more recently ITV Studios this popular Saturday Night program has been popping up on our screens for over thirty years....

Bruce Forsyth’s Big Night

Bruce Forsyth's Big Night, 1978 By 1977 Bruce Forsyth was a household name and King of Saturday night TV with his Generation Game.Watching the success of The Generation Game was London Weekend Television. ...

Game For A Laugh

Game For A Laugh, 1981 Remember the catchphrase? "Watching you, watching us, watching you!"Yes folks it's the London Weekend Television "Light Entertainment" show that was reputably the reason for the BBC'...

High Street Blues

High Street Blues - 1989 Not to be confused with the popular US Police show of a similar name.  The title almost seems relevant now, with the major changes sen on the British High Street in recent years.  Howe...

The Adventures Of Don Quick

The Adventures Of Don Quick, 1970 The Adventures Of Don Quick was a science fiction satire based on the characters of Don Quixote.  Produced by London Weekend Television it ran for six 1 hour episodes (includi...

Not On Your Nellie

Not On Your Nellie - 1974 Not On your Nellie was screened a year after Hilda Baker's other well known sitcom Nearest and Dearest.  It ran for 17 episodes over three series.The series was created by two of ...

You Bet !

You Bet ! - 1988 Another prime time Saturday Night classic.  You Bet ran for 10 series over 101 episodes between 1988 and 1997.It was a British game show that was based around the format of German show Wet...

It Could Still Be A Big Night If You…….

Play Your Cards Right, 1980 Another game show classic from the longest serving British Entertainer, Bruce Forsyth.  What's more it came back for three bites of the cherry and was successful on each occcasion. ...
an all star cast line up in the hit BBC and ITV sitcom the rag trade

The Rag Trade

The Rag Trade -  BBC Years - 1961 - 1963, ITV Years 1977 - 1978 The Rag Trade was the classic sitcom that had two bites of the cherry.  Famous for the catchphrase of it's Shop Steward "Everybody Out!" it's one...