|Saddle Club, the (Live Action) (1990's) |
Australian and Canadian co-produced drama about young girls and their horses...
|Sally and Jake (Animation) (UK) (1970's) |
Childrens stop-motion animation series created by Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall featuring the adventures of two children, Sally and Jake.
|Samurai Pizza Cats (Animation) (USA) |
Parody of Ninja Turtles, featuring err, some cats, dressed in Samurai uniforms, that run a pizza restaurant (yes, really!)
|Sapphire and Steel (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
Two mysterious agents (Joanna Lumley & David McCallum) who repair ruptures in time.
|Saturday Banana (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
Hosted by Bill Oddie. Saturday morning fun pre-Tizwas.
|Saturday Superstore (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
1982-87. Saturday morning successor to Swap Shop hosted by DJ Mike Read and assisted by Sarah Grrene, Keith Chegwin, John Craven and for a short while David Icke!?
|Scooby Doo Show, The (Animation) (USA) (1970's) |
Scooby Dooby Doo - Where Are You? went the familiar cry of his best friend Shaggy. Scooby and Shaggy were the cowardly pair of a teenage gang who solved ghostly mysteries in their Mystery Machine. Scooby appeared in many different shows, often joined by other Hanna Barbera characters in another show - Scooby's All Star Laugh-O-Lympics. Scooby was later cursed by the addition of an ill-fated character - Scrappy 'Dappy' Doo - possibly the worst cartoon character of all time.
|Screen Test (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
Kids Movie Quiz, presented by Michael Rodd, Brian Trueman and Mark Curry. 1970-1984
|Scully (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
An Alan Bleasdale comedy about the adolescent misadventures of a streetwise Liverpudlian and his dreams of turning into football star.
Guest appearance by Kenny Dalglish.
|Sea Hunt (Live Action) (USA) (1950's) |
Mike Nelson(Lloyd Bridges) a former Navy frogman and owner of the 'Argonaut' hires himself out as an underwater troubleshooter. Beau and Jeff Bridges also made early on screen appearances!
|Sealab 2020 (Animation) (USA) (1970's) |
Enviromentally-themed adventures on an undersea research station. Postmodern sequel, Sealab 2021, followed.
|Sealab 2021 (Animation) (USA) (2000 >) |
Sealab was a high-tech underwater laboratory that housed over 250 men, women, and children. The oceanographers, led by Dr. Paul Williams, were on a mission to protect both their lab and the ocean from harm. Assisting Paul were his crew of oceanauts: Hal, Gail, Ed, and radio dispatcher Sparks.
Also on board the Sealab were Captain Mike Murphy and his children, Bobby and Sally, all of whom were rescued by Sealab when their boat sank. The cute pet quotient was filled by Murphy's pet sea turtles and a dolphin named Tuffy.
|Seaview (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
Blackpool teenagers dream of the future.
|Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, The (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
Based on the best-selling book by Sue Townsend, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4 is a funny, bitter-sweet comedy that will bring back those painful but amusing memories of growing up.
In between his mum and dad getting divorced, being 'profoundly in love with Pandora', looking after the cantankerous old Bert Baxter, and having acne, puberty is a complicated time for Adrian!
|Secret Garden - The (UK) (1970's) |
This enchanting children's classic tells the story of a spoilt, lonely orphan girl whose life is transformed by a secret garden.
|Secret Squirrel (Animation) (USA) (1960's) |
|Sesame Street (Live Action) (USA) |
|Sexton Blake (Live Action) (UK) (1960's) |
Detective mysteries set in the 1920's London.
Blake was accompanied by bloodhound Pedro and assistant Tinker.
|Shadoks the (Animation) (Europe) (1970's) |
As far as I recall, it was Belgian, & was narrated by Kenneth Robinson.....
The planet in question was inhabited by 2 species, The Shadoks (the spiky ones), & The Gibli (intellgent round pacifists).
The Shadoks were belligerant, but very stupid (One episode posed the question as to what was the highest number a Shadok could count to... The Answer was 4).
The series ended with the Gibli leaving the planet, in a DIY Starship, as the planet was about to destroy itself...
The Shadoks stay behind, as they ignore the Gibli's warning, & die with the planet....
|Shang-a-Lang (UK) (1970's) |
Bay City Rollers own show where they show cased new and rising stars from all areas of showbiz,plus of course they got to sing many of their hits songs.
|Sharky and George (Animation) (Europe) (1980's) |
French cartoon about a crime fighting shark and his fish partner.
|She-ra (Animation) (USA) (1980's) |
|Shoe People, The (Animation) |
A town inhabited by shoes?
|ShoeBox Zoo (Live Action) (UK) (2000 >) |
Is Marnie the chosen one? Can she find the Book and return the Shoebox Zoo to their human state?
|Simon in the Land of the Chalk Drawings (Animation) (UK) (1970's) |
Simon's magical drawings come to life!
|Simpsons,the (Animation) (USA) (1980's) |
Long running award winning animated U.S. sitcom.
|Singing Ringing Tree, The (Live Action+Puppets) (Eastern Europe) (1960's) |
A beautiful but exceptionally ugly natured princess refuses yet another suitor, dramatically throwing his gift of pearls onto the floor of the kings palace. Only the legendary Singing Ringing Tree will do for this spoilt cookie! Off on a quest, the young prince is offered the magical tree by an evil dwarf, on condition that if the princess does not quickly fall in love with him, he must return as a prisoner. The prince fails to impress the princess as surprise, surprise, the tree will not ring and sing for her - and so he is forced to live under the nasty little mans rule AND is turned into a bear Ö
|Six Million Dollar Man (Live Action) (USA) (1970's) |
We can rebuild him. We have the technology.
We have the capability to make the world's first Bionic man.
Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before.
Better . . . stronger . . . faster
|Skippy the Bush Kangaroo (Live Action) (1960's) |
Australian kids drama starring a Kangaroo similar in style to Lassie, Flipper, Gentle Ben etc...
|Sky (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
Sky was a blue eyed boy from another dimension trapped on earth. He needs to return home before the forces of nature, disturbed by his presence, destroys him.
|Sky Hunter (Live Action+Puppets) (UK) |
Part of the popular schools Look and Read series.
Featured Geoffrey Bayldon(Catweazel) as The Birdman.
|Sliders (USA) (1990's) |
University student Quinn Mallory invents a device known as the "timer" where he is able to slide between parallel universes through wormholes in time. Along for the ride are his friends and his University Professor.
|Small Wonder (Live Action) (USA) (1980's) |
U.S. sitcom about a Teenage female robot
|Small World of Samuel Tweet, The (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
Only have vague memories of the song for this one...
My name is Samuel Tweet, and my shop is down the street,
My animals are small, but I take care of them all.
Just imagine how my heart would ? with pride
If my shop was like a jungle-book inside
|Smurfs (Animation) (USA) (1980's) |
|Snagglepuss (Animation) (USA) (1950's) |
Snagglepuss, the sartorially elegant lion, was created by Hanna Barbera in 1959. In his early career, this witty feline was a bit-part player in other characters' shows, notably Quick Draw McGraw. He first met his arch-enemy, Major Minor the hunter, in 1960. Major Minor played a somewhat less silly Elmer Fudd to Snagglepuss's Bugs Bunny.
|Snorks, the |
The Snorks cartoon created by Hanna-Barbera was originaly created by for a Beligian comic called ...."The Snorks"
|Snow Spider, the (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
"Time to find out if you are a magician, Gwydion Gwyn"
Time to remember your ancestors,
Math, Lord of Gwynedd, Gwydion and Gilfaethwy
|Snowman (The) (Animation) (UK) (1980's) |
It wouldn't be Christmas without Channel 4 showing this seasonal Raymond Briggs animated fantasy.
|Snug & Cozi (Live Action) (UK) |
On itv in 1996 and 1997 there was a little known series called Snug and Cozi. The adventures of two comedy spacemen from the planet Squadge who crash land on Earth.
|Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
This program featured Frank Spencer (ably played by Michael Crawford), who can NEVER get anything right - he is even told by his psychologist that he is a Failure, a fact he is apparently rather proud of!! Comforted after each disaster by Betty (Michelle Dotrice), Frank creates chaos & mayhem.
|Song and the Story, The (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
A kids' programme about folk music!
|Sooty Show, The (Live Action+Puppets) (UK) |
In 1948, on Blackpool's North Pier, Harry Corbett paid 7 shillings and sixpence for a yellow bear he called Teddy. A little ear blackening later, Teddy became Sooty, and fifty years later he's worth £1.4M and still going strong.
|Space 1999 (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
The Moon has broken out of its orbit! Sept 13th 1999 A huge nuclear explosion (conveniently on precisely the opposite side to Moonbase Alpha) has expelled the Moon from Earth orbit, to wander aimlessly in Space.
Oscar winning Gerry Anderson Sci-Fi
|Space Ghost (Animation) (USA) (1960's) |
Space-based superhero with an impressive array of powers saves the universe on a regular basis, helped by his two teenage assistants and a monkey.
|Space Ghost Coast to Coast (Animation) (USA) (1990's) |
Space Ghost, intergalactic superhero, has retired and now hosts a chat show. Bewildering.
|Space Patrol (Puppets) (UK) (1960's) |
Space age puppet show.
|Space Sentinels (Animation) (USA) (1970's) |
"Many centuries ago, three carefully-selected young Earthlings were transported from their native lands to my faraway world. Here they were granted astounding powers, and eternal youth,
then returned to Earth, their mission to watch over the human race, helping the good in it to survive and flourish. In the course of history, their names have become legend:
|Spider (Animation) (UK) (1990's) |
Whose side would you be on, a big, black, hairy spiderís or a defenceless - yeah right defenceless - little boys? Spider, managed to gain his young audienceís sympathy throughout this 13 part series, first shown in 1991. Spider just wanted to be left to live in peace, the child was having none of it though, well at first anyway, they do eventually become friends! Songs, sang by Jeff Stevenson, with his own childrenís voices on backing vocals, expressed Spiderís thoughts and fears on each of the 5 minute episodes.
|Spiderman (Animation) (USA) |
Standard superhero animation with cool themetune
In the early 1980s a puppetry show arrived on TV screens in the UK which was markedly different from anything that had gone before. For a start, it wasn't made by Gerry Anderson. It had a rock and roll soundtrack, an ongoing plot, and characters dying left right and centre. Queen's Brian May was so impressed by it he covered the theme tune.
|Star Trek, (The Animated Series) (Animation) (USA) (1970's) |
The Star Trek animated series - an oft forgotten cartoon - ran for 22 episodes beginning in 1973.
|Stepping Stones (Live Action) (UK) (1970's) |
Stepping Stones was shown late 1970's. It was a wonderful little show specifically aimed at the preschool youngsters, shown at lunchtimes on a weekday. Originally hosted by Paul Copley and Diana Davies.
|Stig of the Dump (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
Barney ventures in to the old chalk pit - and finds a Stone Age man.
|Stingray (Puppets) (UK) (1960's) |
"Anything Can Happen In The Next Half-Hour!!!" Another in the long line of Gerry Anderson classics, Stingray featured the adventures of the WASP submarine "Stingray" and her crew.
|Stookie (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
6 x 30 min episodes set in Glasgow. Stookie was a one off drama series about a troubled teenager who took his nickname from always seeming to have an arm in plastercast (in 'stookie').
Writer: Allan Prior
|Stopit & Tidyup (Animation) (UK) |
Stoppit and Tidyup was a strange little program. Each episode 5 minutes long, narrated by who else but Terry Wogan! It could be said that it was perhaps trying to be educational, with character names like WashYourFace, EatYourGreens, and cute little HurryUp, who all lived in the land of DoAsYourTold. Each episode was centered around a certain character, but every one featured the sensible TidyUp and the troublesome Stoppit. Watch out for those Naughties - they give you NaughtyPox!
|Storyteller(the) (Live Action+Puppets) (1980's) |
European folk tales, filmed with a mix of live actors and Jim Henson's puppets.
|Street Hawk (Live Action) (USA) (1980's) |
Knight Rider on a motorcycle !
|Striker (Live Action) (UK) |
|Summerton Mill (Animation) (UK) (2000 >) |
Summerton Mill is a charming 26 x 5-minute stop-frame animated childrenís series
with the appeal of a timeless classic. Set in a pretty valley where the grass is always green, and the sky is always blue, Summerton Mill is a magical place where unexpected and wonderful things can happen. The series was commissioned by the BBC in 2004 and was first broadcast in September 2005 as an insert in Tikkabilla on CBeebies. Substantial positive feedback from parents and children alike led to it being given its own time slot from April 2006. Summerton Mill will be screened daily on CBeebies at 12:50pm for the first two weeks of September, 2006.
|Super Ted (Animation) (UK) (1980's) |
48 episodes were made of this popular cartoon voiced by Jon Pertwee. It was produced by Welsh language channel S4C.
|Supercar (Puppets) (UK) (1960's) |
It travels through space and under the sea - and it can journey anywhere. Intrepid pilot Mike Mercury takes to the skies in Gerry Anderson's Supercar. Professor Popkiss mans the console, with the help of the eccentric Dr Beaker.
|Supergran (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
An old lady struck by a ray from a magic beam acquires superpowers and so defends the good folk of Chiselton from evil Scunner Campbell. Adapted from the books by Forrest Wilson.
|Swallows and Amazons Forever (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
1983 - A combination of two of Arthur Ransome's "Swallows" series - "Coot Club" and "The Big Six".
A BBC TV Production In Association With Prime Time Television & Theatre Projects.
|Swap Shop (Live Action) (UK) |
Saturday morning show presented by Noel Edmonds and Keith Chegwin.
|Swish of The Curtain, The (Live Action) (UK) (1980's) |
Seven children form their own theatre company