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How To Stop a UFO Attack – A Step By Step...

It's really quite simple: This is Moonbase - These are the folk who are supposed to stop the UFO's entering the Earth's atmosphere in...

Bewitched Theme

Dm7               G7                  Dm7                  G7 Bewitched, Bewitched, You've got me in your...

Television in Australia

The first television channel to win the race to air in Australia was Sydney's Channel Nine. A smiling announcer, Bruce Gyngell (pictured below), announced,...

Who Shot JR?

It all began when the producers of the two-year-old Dallas devised a cliff-hanger ending to their popular super soap. "Who shot J R Ewing?" was a...

The Babes of S.H.A.D.O.

A photographic tribute to the female operatives and staff of Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation. Join us in the Leisure Sphere for a look at the lovely ladies of UFO;...

Christmas with stars from the Telly

The Dustbinmen (1969 - 1970)

20 most watched TV shows in Australia in the 20th century

It is impossible to give precise audience figures of the most watched shows of the 20th century in Australia, so this is an approximate...

The Pete Duel Story

To outsiders it seemed that Pete Duel had everything to live for - a loving girlfriend, a nice home, money and a hit TV...

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Sorry I’m Single

1 9 6 7 (UK) 9 x 30 minute episodes Derek Nimmo starred in this BBC comedy series by Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe as David, a...

Kit Curran/Kit Curran Radio Show, The

1 9 8 4 (UK) 6 x 30 minute episodes 1 9 8 6 (UK) 6 x 30 minute episodes Six episodes of this Thames Television sitcom originally aired...

Dawson’s Weekly

1 9 7 5 (UK) 7 x 30 minute episodes Rubber-faced comedian Les Dawson tried his hand at sitcom in June and July of 1975 with a little...

Now for Nookie

1 9 8 1 (UK) 6 x 30 minute episodes This Southern Television production for kids starred New Faces-winning ventriloquist Roger De Courcey and his dirty-minded stuffed bear,...

Coogan’s Run

1 9 9 5 (UK) 6 x 30 minute episodes Alan Partridge creator Steve Coogan brought this short series to the BBC portraying six different people who...