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    Secret Beneath the Sea

    Secret Beneath the Sea

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    ITV (ended 1963)
    Welcome to the guide at TV.com.

    In this sequel to City Beneath the Sea, science journalist Mark Bannerman and his assistant Peter Blake visit the ocean floor in a search for Phenicium, a rare metal needed for for space research.moreless
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    The Ronnie Barker Playhouse

    The Ronnie Barker Playhouse

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Albert!

    Albert!

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    ITV (ended 1972)
    British sitcom
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    Echo Four Two

    Echo Four Two

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    ITV (ended 1961)
    Welcome to the Echo Four Two guide at TV.com. A spin-off from No Hiding Place, Echo Four Two sees the promotion of Harry Baxter to Detective Inspector of the Q Car Squad of E Division. Thirteen episodes were planned, but the final three were cancelled due to an actor's strike. A second season was discussed, but not commissioned, freeing Det. Insp. Baxter to return to No Hiding Place.moreless
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    Frost on Saturday

    Frost on Saturday

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    Frost on Saturday was the show that effectively broke the strike and turned on London Weekend Television on August 3, 1968. The day before, the unions pulled the plug on the first intended LWT show, We Have Ways of Making You Laugh. But Frank Muir, LWT's Head of Light Entertainment, stepped in. He was the floor director for the debut of Frost on Saturday. Real crews took over within three weeks and kept the series going through 1969.moreless
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    Spindoe

    Spindoe

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    Former gangland boss Alan Spindoe, jailed through the efforts of The Fellows during that show's run on ITV, is released from prison and discovers that his former deputy has taken control of his criminal empire, his fortune and his wife. Spindoe is determined to get back on top, but that means taking on his former associates and a rival gang that wants to muscle in on his former territory. Spindoe was a Granada Television production for the ITV network.moreless
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    Pathfinders in Space

    Pathfinders in Space

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    ITV (ended 1960)
    Welcome to the Pathfinders in Space guide at TV.com.

    Pathfinders in Space was a children's S.F. series from independent television broadcaster A.B.C. (UK) featuring a family's adventures as they travelled to the moon and encountered an alien spaceship. It was broadcast live, with pre-recorded insets, but telerecorded for overseas sales.

    Pathfinders in Space was a sequel to Target Luna, and spawned sequels Pathfinders to Mars and Pathfinders to Venus.moreless
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    John Browne's Body

    John Browne's Body

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    Virginia Browne is a respectable and important member of staff at an insurance company when she learns that her brother John has died, leaving her his half ownership of the Fitzroy Browne detective agency. She forms an unlikely alliance with Fitzroy, and together they bumblingly carry on the business.moreless
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    Magpie

    Magpie

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    ITV (ended 1980)
    British children's series
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    Virgin Of The Secret Service

    Virgin Of The Secret Service

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    British adventure series
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    Colonel Trumper's Private War

    Colonel Trumper's Private War

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    ITV (ended 1961)
    British military sitcom
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    Blackmail

    Blackmail

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    ITV (ended 1966)
    Blackmail is a dramatic series that originally aired on ITV in the United Kingdom, which is currently known as Channel 3. The series ran for two seasons, from September 10, 1965 to December 19, 1966. The first season contains 14 one-hour episodes and the second season contains 13 episodes, providing a total of 27 episodes. The episodes share a common theme of blackmail, but are otherwise unrelated. The cast and crew are generally different for each episode, and the episodes do not share any characters or plots. One of the most popular episodes from the first season is "The Red House," in which a man in a bar brags that he can get 50 pounds by knocking at a house and saying "I know all about it, pay up or I will tell". The episode "Care and Protection" features a girl who asks the police for protection from her neglectful parents to get them to pay attention to her.moreless
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    Gazette

    Gazette

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    British military drama
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    Frost on Friday

    Frost on Friday

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    British talk show
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    ITV Playhouse

    ITV Playhouse

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    ITV (ended 1973)
    British anthology series first called "TV Playhouse"
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    The Galton and Simpson Playhouse (1969)

    The Galton and Simpson Playhouse (1969)

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    British sitcom
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    A Man of Our Times

    A Man of Our Times

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    Welcome to the A Man of Our Times guide at TV.com. A Rediffusion drama about a middle-aged businessman whose life is enmeshed in domestic and professional turmoil. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.moreless
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    It's Dark Outside

    It's Dark Outside

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    ITV (ended 1965)
    Welcome to the It's Dark Outside guide at TV.com.

    This offbeat detective drama featured the case files of Chief Inspector Rose. supported initially by Det. Sgt. Swift, his junior officer from the highly-acclaimed The Odd Man. The ensemble cast included a barrister and a couple of investigative journalists.

    A further spin-off, Mr Rose, followed in 1967.moreless
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    The Cliff Richard Show

    The Cliff Richard Show

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    ITV (ended 1963)
    The Cliff Richard Show is a half-hour musical variety program initially produced by Dinah Thetford in 1961, and renewed by producers Jon Scoffield in 1964 and Dicky Leeman in 1967. The show features Cliff Richard and the Shadows, supported by the Jack Parnell orchestra and the Vernons Girls dancers. Each episode consists of approximately a dozen staged musical performances. The format has Cliff Richard performing solo or with the Shadows or other guests, song and dance routines by the Vernons Girls, and performances by one or more featured musical guests. Over the life of the series guests included Petula Clark, Marty Wilde, The Kaye Sisters, Dickie Valentine, and Alma Cogan. Since first making his mark on rock and roll in 1958 with hit single Move It, Cliff Richard has enjoyed extensive and enduring popularity in the UK and around the world. Known as Britain's Elvis, he has more Top 10 hits than any other artist, is the only singer in history to have a #1 hit in every decade from the 50s to the 90s, and has the third highest #1 hits in the UK after Elvis and the Beatles. In spite of his musical achievements, Cliff Richard has never had a significant popular impact in the US.moreless
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    The Eamonn Andrews Show

    The Eamonn Andrews Show

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    THE EAMONN ANDREWS SHOW was a 45-minute late night chat and music program from ABC UK hosted by Eamonn Andrews. An earlier series of the same name had been made by the BBC between 1956 and 1957, and a third generation of the series was briefly made by Thames in 1979.moreless
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