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    Bugs

    Bugs

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    BBC (ended 1999)
    When Nick Beckett, a worker at a Government agency called 'The Hive', is framed over the murder of an official, he seeks help from a company called Gizmos (run by Ros Henderson, with help from her friend, Ed). Together they hunt the villains and go freelance. The BUGS team is formed and begins to solve cases of hi-tech crime and espionage.moreless
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    They Think It's All Over

    They Think It's All Over

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    BBC (ended 2006)
    This British quiz show puts celebrities' sporting knowledge to the test. The show takes its name from Kenneth Wolstenholme's famous 1966 World Cup commentary quotation, "they think it's all over ... it is now!" On June 19, 2006 the BBC released a public statement that the show had been axed after 11 years on-air.moreless
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    Give My Head Peace

    Give My Head Peace

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    Welcome to the Give My Head Peace guide at TV.com. Give My Head Peace was a satirical Irish comedy which aired on BBC1 NI between 1998 and 2005.
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    Good Neighbours

    Good Neighbours

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    Good Neighbours is the BBC comedy television series about the relationship between two couples who are polar opposites. On his 40th birthday, Tom Good (Richard Briers) and his wife Barbara (Felicity Kendal) tire of the rat race and decide to adopt a simple, back to nature lifestyle that includes pigs, chickens and animal waste induced electricity. The Good's newfound lifestyle doesn't go over well with their more conventional, social-climbing neighbors Jerry (Paul Eddington) and Margo Leadbetter (Penelope Keith).moreless
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    Worzel Gummidge

    Worzel Gummidge

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    BBC (ended 1981)
    Based on the children's books by Barbara Euphan Todd, this series concerns the adventures of Worzel Gummidge, a scarecrow, and his love Aunt Sally, a life-size wooden fairground doll, both of whom can walk and talk and pass themselves off as human. The only people in on their secret are a couple of children, John and Susan. The Crowman, who created Worzel, also provided him with a set of different heads for different tasks: a thinking head, a brave head, a counting head and a clever head. The show ran for four series in the U.K., and then resurfaced several years later for two more series made in New Zealand and titled Worzel Gummidge Down Under.moreless
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    2point4 Children

    2point4 Children

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    BBC (ended 1999)
    Bill and Ben seem at first sight to be a typical couple, married with children Jenny and David and unmarried man-loving family friend Rona. Further developments show, however, that they are prone to situations of an increasingly bizarre nature, belying the ironic implications of the show's title. Also involved periodically are Ben's assistant, the aggressive Christine, his sister Tina, a fluffy, fussy travesty of femininity, Bill's mother Bette and her sister Belle, Ben's father Frank, Rona's Auntie Pearl, Ben's arch enemy and plumber-trickster Jake the Klingon, snotty neighbours Dora and Leonard Grimes, and prospective in-laws Harry and Laura Carson. Clare Woodgate left the show after two seasons, changed her name to Georgina Cates and headed for Hollywood. She is currently married to Skeet Ulrich. Gary Olsen died Sept. 2000.moreless
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    Canned Carrott

    Canned Carrott

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    BBC (ended 1992)
    Canned Carrott was a 30 minute pre-recorded slot given to comedy genius Jasper Carrott. It also starred Robert Powell, Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. The shows suture was 2 stand up routines with Jasper, Jaspers spoofs of then current TV commericals, A sketch with Putt & Dennis (Jasper guest starred in a couple of their sketches), Jaspers own weekly slapstick Benny Hill style sketch 'Wiggy', and his short sketch 'The Detectives' with Robert Powell. After Canned Carrott ended The Detectives returned to the screen in an expanded form as its own full length 30 minute sitcom (which ran for 5 whole series). Aswell as Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis agetting had their own spin off sketch show series 'The Imaginatively Titled Punt & Dennis Show' which ran for 2 series, Canned Carrott is such a templete its where it all began Canned Carrot ran for 2 series of 6 episodesmoreless
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    Out of the Blue (UK)

    Out of the Blue (UK)

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    BBC (ended 1996)
    Out of the Blue (UK) was a hard-hitting BBC police drama set and filmed in Sheffield. It was described by series script editor, Claire Elliot as "contemporary, gritty, urban reality". Shot on film, its tight script, fast-paced direction and strong cast made for powerful and compulsive viewing. Out of the Blue follows a team of detectives at Brazen Gate CID through grisly murder cases, clashes with an already-divided community and through the dramas of their personal lives. Ambitious DS Frankie Drinkall's life is turned upside down when he is diagnosed with epilepsy. His refusal to accept his condition leads him into a downward spiral and ultimately to his demise. DS Rebecca Bennett gives the series an ever-present emotional charge as she finds herself the subject of both PC Alex Holder's and DC Warren Allen's affections – and there are some classic comedy moments as the impetuous DC Marty Brazil. The second season sees the arrival of troubled DS Jim Llewyn, who seems to be working to his own agenda.moreless
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    Dangerfield

    Dangerfield

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    Welcome to the Dangerfield guide at TV.com.

    Set in the beautiful rural towns of Warwick and Leamington Spa, the show followed police surgeon Dr Paul Dangerfield, now relocated from London to Warwickshire following the tragic death of his wife Celia in a car crash. A single parent to teenagers Alison and Marty, Dangerfield first worked under the watchful eye of Birmingham-born DI Ken Jackson, but later years was presented with other police bosses including DS Helen Diamond and DI Frank Dagley.

    It wasn't all gloom and doom for widower Dangerfield, however, as he did find time, after a suitable mourning period, to briefly romance feisty barrister Kate Durrani and on a longer-term basis, his medical colleague Dr Joanna Stevens. Following his daughter Al's marriage, Dangerfield decided to leave Warwickshire at the end of the fourth series and was replaced by his GP friend Dr Jonathan Paige whose police boss was the attractive DI Gillian Cramer.moreless
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    Only an Excuse?

    Only an Excuse?

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    A hilarious show about impressions from the world of Scottish football, broadcast every new year's eve at 11.15pm, part of BBC 1 Scotland's run up to the New Year bells. I am not entirely sure of the year this was first broadcast (I think it was before my estimation) and I think it used to be on reguarly. It now appears as a 5 minute filler entitled "Only A Wee Excuse?" during the season of football, on Tam Cowan's "Offside," a comedy talk show, broadcast on BBC Scotland (normally on a Monday Night at around 10.30pm although this may vary) but it still has its half hour run out on Hogmanay.moreless
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    50/50

    50/50

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    50/50 features two teams of 50 children from two different schools who go head to head in a number of challenges hoping to win the 50/50 trophy.
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    The Dark Island

    The Dark Island

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    BBC (ended 1962)
    Produced by BBC Scotland and filmed on location in Benbecula and South Uist. 6 part Thriller. Russian trawlers are patrolling off the Outer Hebrides as part of a spy-net in Britain. ======= The programme was later adapted for radio and transmitted on Radio Four between 11th September and 16th October 1969. ====== Theme: The Dark Island Away to the west's where I'm longing to be, Where the beauties of heaven unfold by the sea, Where the sweet purple heather blooms fragrant and free, On a hilltop high above the Dark Island. Chorus Oh, isle of my childhood, I'm dreaming of thee, As the steamer leaves Oban and passes Tiree, Soon I'll capture the magic that lingers for me, When I'm back once more upon the Dark Island. So gentle the sea breeze that ripples the bay, Where the stream joins the ocean, and young children play; On the strand of pure silver, I'll welcome each day, And I'll roam for ever more the Dark Island. (Chorus) True gem of the Hebrides, bathed in the light Of the midsummer dawning that follows the night How I yearn for the cries of the seagulls in flight. As they circle high above the Dark Island (Chorus) ==================== Production Companies * British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) --------------------------------------- Release date UK -- 8 July 1962 -------------------------------------- Country: UK Language: English Color: Black and White ----------------------------------------moreless
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    The Aphrodite Inheritance

    The Aphrodite Inheritance

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    BBC (ended 1979)
    The Aphrodite Inheritance is a heady brew of murder, mayhem, mystery and double-dealing with hero David Collier led a merry dance as he tries to unravel the truth behind his brother's death.moreless
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    World's Strongest Man

    World's Strongest Man

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    Starting in 1977 with The Hulk's Lou Ferrigno competing, The World's Strongest Man is an event held once a year, it brings champion strongmen from around the globe to compete against each other.moreless
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    Bedtime

    Bedtime

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    Welcome to the Bedtime guide at TV.com. British sitcom
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    All Gas and Gaiters

    All Gas and Gaiters

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    BBC (ended 1971)
    Clerical comedies were very popular during the 1960s and 1970s. It often seemed as if every one of them starred Derek Nimmo, who played dithery curate Mervyn Noote in this popular example of the genre. All Gas and Gaiters began as an episode of 'Comedy Playhouse' and also starred William Mervyn (as the Bishop) and Robertson Hare (as the Archdeacon). Trying (usually unsuccessfully) to bring some order and sanity to clerical life was the dour Dean, played initially by John Barron, then by Ernest Clark and later by John Barron again. The master tapes for most episodes were wiped early in the 1970s. Some sources, however, indicate that recordings still exist for two episodes from Series 4 and all episodes of Series 5. Cast List Derek Nimmo as Rev. Mervyn Noote William Mervyn as The Bishop Robertson Hare as The Archdeacon John Barron as The Dean (Pilot; Series 1 & 4) Ernest Clark as The Dean (Series 2-3) Production Details Written by: Edwin Apps, Pauline Devaney, David Climie, Austin Steele Produced by: Stuart Allen, John Howard Davies, Robin Nash 5 series, 33 episodes Transmitted: 1966; 1967-71 TV Channel: BBC BBC Televisionmoreless
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    The Troubleshooters (1965)

    The Troubleshooters (1965)

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    BBC (ended 1972)
    Originally titled Mogul, this series told the story of Mogul Oil, portraying both the hard life of the oilmen and the power struggles in the boardroom of an international oil empire.

    The programme was a critical success, but was overhauled in 1966 in an attempt to boost domestic viewing figures, and renamed The Troubleshooters. The show was exported to sixty countries, and retained the title Mogul for overseas sales.moreless
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    The Atheism Tapes

    The Atheism Tapes

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    The Atheism Tapes is a six-part documentary series originally airing on the BBC that features prominent academics discussing Atheism. The series is hosted and presented by Jonathan Miller. Each of the six episodes features an extended interview with one of the following academics and scholars: Colin McGinn, Steven Weinberg, Arthur Miller, Richard Dawkins, Denys Turner and Daniel Dennett. Colin McGinn, an English philosopher, talks about a number of reasons why someone should or should not believe in God. Steven Weinberg, an American physicist, discusses the Design Argument and its effectiveness is proving the existence of God. Arther Miller, American playwright, explains atheism through the perspective of Judaism, as well as the history of antisemitism that derives from the notion that Jewish people do not believe Jesus Christ was the son of God. Richard Dawkins, an English biologist, discusses his idea that evil may exist because of a personification of a deeply-held belief. Denys Turner, a British theologian, wonders whether or not being an atheist or theist depends on the questions you ask yourself to begin with. Finally, Daniel Dennett, an American philosopher, talks at length about his own atheist, as well as why he believes Darwin's Theory of Evolution was such a dangerous idea to his contemporaries.moreless
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    Waking the Dead

    Waking the Dead

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    Welcome to Waking the Dead at TV.com. Led by Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd (Trevor Eve) the Cold Case Squad investigates serious crimes which have gone unsolved. Armed with the latest technological advances and old fashioned hard work, Psychological Profiler Grace Foley (Sue Johnston), Forensic Pathologist Frankie Wharton (Holly Aird), Detective Constable Mel Silver (Claire Goose) and Detective Sergeant Spencer Jordan (Wil Johnson) wake the dead for clues and answers. moreless
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    Only Fools and Horses

    Only Fools and Horses

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    For 15 years, Brothers Derek 'Del Boy' and Rodney Trotter of 'Trotters Independent Traders PLC' have entertained us both with Del's extreme optimism and scams and, quite simply, Rodney's facial expressions upon hearing those scams. Throughout the years, Grandad died and the equally funny Uncle Albert came to live with them, the brothers married and Del Boy had a son, Damien.moreless
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