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Terry and JuneTerry and June
BBC One, 1979 | Comedy

Terry and June Medford are both middle aged and beginning to find the trials of life are more difficult as they try to succeed in their daily lives. The couple have just moved to Purley, south-east London... Aunt Lucy and the mynah bird had disappeared, as had the occasionally visiting daughters. Terry and June now mixed with a friendly next door neighbour, Beattie; Terry's chatty work colleague, Malcolm; and their gruff boss Sir Dennis Hodge. Otherwise, things were much as before, with Terry's pigheaded childishness causing no end of problems, usually thwarting June's attempts at leading a cosy life.


The Andrew Neil InterviewsThe Andrew Neil Interviews

Ahead of the 2017 general election, Andrew Neil speaks to the leaders of the Conservative Party, Ukip, the Liberal Democrats, the SNP and the Labour Party.


Gold Rush: Our Race to Olympic GloryGold Rush: Our Race to Olympic Glory
BBC One, 2021 | Sports, Documentary
Rating: 3/5

How Britain turned its sporting reputation around over 16 years to triumph at the London 2012 Olympics. Told by our greatest athletes, national leaders and sports strategists.


ShoestringShoestring
BBC One, 1979 | Drama

Trevor Eve starred as the rumpled Eddie Shoestring in this strong series from 1979 to 1980. Eddie was a private detective (with a history of mental illness) who took on a problem-solving phone-in programme on Radio West, a local station in Bristol, in the west of England. Erica Bayliss (played by Doran Godwin) was a lawyer and Shoestring's landlady and girlfriend, while Don Satchley (Michael Medwin) was the long-suffering boss of the radio station.


Andy Pandy (1950)Andy Pandy (1950)

Andy Pandy is a British children's television series that premiered on BBC TV in June or July 1950. Originally live, a series of 13 filmed programmes was shown until 1970, when a new series was made.


The Rag TradeThe Rag Trade
BBC One, 1961 | Comedy

Life in the Fenner Fashion's workshop is constantly disrupted by wildcat industrial action as firebrand shop steward Paddy takes on penny-pinching proprieter Harold Fenner over anything and everything. It seems like every day Paddy's blowing her whistle and yelling "Everybody out!" Poor foreman Reg is stuck in the middle of the battle, just trying to keep everyone happy.


The Broker's ManThe Broker's Man

In the corrupt world of insurance fraud, the truth is a dangerous thing to find... Kevin Whately (Peak Practice, Inspector Morse) stars as Jimmy Griffin, insurance fraud investigator, in this action packed series. From the same production team behind the ITV1 hit drama series Midsomer Murders and Ultimate Force.


The Two Ronnies SketchbookThe Two Ronnies Sketchbook

The Two Ronnies made a final re-entrance, after 17 years apart, for this reunion show. 6 episodes, looking back at the highlights of the incredible 12 year run of the original, humbly titled "The Two Ronnies". The duo, now into their seventies, sit behind a desk and behind those famous glasses, to bring us the best clips from the show.


Andy's Aquatic AdventuresAndy's Aquatic Adventures

Andy returns for a new series of epic adventures. Join him in exploring waters across the globe and coming face-to-face with dolphins, whales and other amazing aquatic animals.


Watt On EarthWatt On Earth

"Black holes and Quasars" ...Watt On Earth was a short lived children's series as part of 'Children's BBC' and written by the 'Doctor Who' writers Jane & Pip Baker. The show starred 'Watt' (Garth Napier Jones) as an alien who came to earth to escape his evil uncle. Watt was heir to the throne on his planet and his uncle even sent his top henchman 'Jemjemah' to follow Watt to earth and terminate him. Watt landed in the English town on Haxton and be-friended 'Shaun Ruddock' (Tom Brodie) who managed to keep Watt's presence in the house a secret throughout the whole shows run. Shaun's parents ran the local newspaper the Haxton weekly and think their son is a bit of a oddball.