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Sheepy’s Show #16 – Mon 2022/08/15

Today, 6:00 PM

Skeleton schedule. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible. Actually, no, I can’t be arsed, sorry. 🙂

18:00 – Thames Television start-up music. 18:05 – Sheepy’s start-up music. 18:08 – Michael Bentine’s Potty Time S01E01 – Treasure Island 18:20 – Shadows S01E06 – Dutch Schlitz’s Shoes – the one with Russell “Lonely” Hunter as Mr. Stabs. 18:45 – Clangers S01E01 – Flying 18:54 – Star Trek (TOS) S01E15 – Shore Leave 19:45 – …And Mother Makes Three S03E03 – Girl Talk 20:10 – Brass S01E13 (last one) 20:36 – Special Branch S01E03 – The Promised Land – with Geoffrey “Catweazle” Bayldon. 21:28 – A Very Peculiar Practice S01E02 – We Love You, That’s Why We’re Here. 22:20 – The Beiderbecke Affair E02 – Can Anybody Join In? 23:10 – snubtv S02 (1990) E08 23:37 – HHGTTG S03E04 (Fit the 16th) 00:04 – COMMENTARY on The Tomorrow People – The Vanishing Earth E01 00:27 – Closedown music. 00:31 – Closedown.

Secret Diary of a Call Girl S01E04 is uploaded onto the server and might be played out if there’s enough interest and/or wakefulness.


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Pleasant Phil_A Sunday 14/08/2022

Yesterday, 4:00 PM

16:00 – Dirty Pair

What! We’re The Brutal Kidnappers? (10/24)

Anime shenanigans.

16:25 – Tom and Jerry

I’m Just Wild About Jerry (1965)

Autumn years of once beloved cat & mouse duo.

16:31 – The Crystal Maze

Series 3 (7/12)

Crystal-hunting buffoonery hosted by Richard O’Brien

17:21 – Rising Damp

A Body Like Mine (Season 2, 03/08)

Squalor is at large in tidy suburbia

17:45 – Robin Of Sherwood

The King’s Fool (Season 1, 6/6)

Sherwood shenanigans

18:40 – Space: 1999

The Rules Of Luton (Season 2, 08/24)

Spooky sci-fi shenanigans (in space)

19:35 – M*A*S*H

Lil (Season 7 03/24)

Comedy set during the Korean War.

20:00 – Ideal

The Red Bag (Series 5, 3/6)

Manchester-based comedy series starring Johnny Vegas as small-time dope dealer Moz.

20:30 – Sherlock Holmes

The Musgrave Ritual (Series 2, 04/13)

Deduction-based drama

21:20 – Callan

The Richmond File: Do You Recognise The Woman? (Series 4, 12/13)

Ongoing thriller series

22:15 – Wireless Nights

Keep On Truckin’ (Series 4, Episode 2)

After dark dalliances with Jarvis Cocker

22:40 – The Story Of Pop

Goin’ Up Country (6/52)

23:40 – Closedown


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Sploff’s Stream to fall asleep to on a Hot daY

Aug 13th, 7:00 PM

19:00 – A Very Peculiar Practice. S01 E01. A Very Long Way From Home. At some university or other Peter Davison is the new doctor (not Who)

19:50 – Star Trek Continues E01 Pilgrim of Eternity – Fans of TOS made this.

20:45 – Out of the Unknown – This Body Is Mine – One of the colour ones.

21:35 – Prosperos Books (1991) – a visually interesting retelling of the Shakespeare play… or Sir John Gielgud largely talking gibberish and surrounded by a lot of naked lads and lasses? (May not work as there’s a yellow triangle next to the file)


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Friday Fundown Week 71 19/08/22

Friday, 4:00 PM

16:00

Spitting Image

Series 5- Episode 06

16:25

Grange Hill

Series 5 – Episode 09

16:50

Terrahawks

Season 2 Episode 04

17:20

Doctor Who

Carnival Of Monsters Episode 4

17:40

Star Trek TNG

Season 6 – Episode 06- True Q

18:25

The Kenny Everett TV Show

Series 4 – Episode 7

18:50

Smith And Jones

Season 2 – Episode 03

19:15

Stewert Lees Comedy Vechicle

Series 2- Episode 03

19:45

2 Point 4 Children

Series 2 – Episode 08

20:15

Task Master

Series 8 – Episode 04

20:45

Whoose Line Is It Anyway?

Series 6 – Episode 01

21:15

Toast Of London

Series 1- Episode 5

21:45

Only Fools And Horses

Series 6 – Episode 6- Little Problems


ohthehumanities

OTH Weekly Zeppelin

Aug 11th, 4:00 PM
  • 16:00 – Bobo bo bo bobobo ep71
  • 16:25 – ChuckleVision s2 ep6 (merry fucking christmas again)
  • 16:45 – Sam Sheepdog
  • 16:50 – Byker Grove s1 ep4
  • 17:15 – Beavis and Butthead s3 ep27
  • 17:25 – The Groovy Fellers 1/6
  • 18:05 – coyle and sharpe (audio)
  • 18:35 – Strange Paradise ep107
  • 19:00 – Jupiter Moon ep103
  • 19:25 – BattleBots s6 ep5
  • 20:45 – australian gladiators s1 ep3
  • 21:45 – The Old Men at the Zoo 5/5
  • 22:40 – Prisoner Cell Block H s2 ep71
  • 23:25 – Within These Walls s4 ep15

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The Project Week 242, Tuesday 16/08/22

Tomorrow, 4:00 PM

16:00

The Monkees

Season 1 – Episode 09 – The Chaperone

16:25

The Phil Silvers Show

Season 2 – Episode 13 – Mink Inc

16:50

I Love Lucy

Season 5 – Episode 25- Lucys Goes To Monte Carlo

17:20

Batman

Season 3 – Episode 25- The Enchanting Dr Cassandra

17:45

The Muppet Show

Season 3 – Episode 22-Roger Miller

18:10

Cheers

Season 3 – Episode 11 Petersons Crusoe

18:35

Malcolm In The Middle

Season 2 – Episode 18- Reese Cooks

18:55

The Simpsons

Season 6 – Episode -23- The Springfield Connection

19:20

King Of The Hill

Season 12 – Episode 05

19:40

South Park

Season 10 – Episode13 -Go God Go XII

20:00

The Sooty Show

1977 Episode 7

20:25

Chronological Harry Enfield

Ruddy Hell Its Harry And Paul- Series 3 Episode 5

21:00

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Season 2 – Episode -05 – The Thong

21:20

The Office

Season 3- Episode 04- Initiation

21:45

Seinfeld

Season 6 – Episode 12 – The Label Maker

22:05

The Larry Sanders Show

Season 3- Episode 04

22:30

Look At Life

Chairbound


Ambient_Sheep

Sheepy’s Show #15 – Mon 2022/08/08

Aug 8th, 5:56 PM

17:56 – Sheepy’s opening music.

18:00 – Thames TV morning start-up music.

18:05 – The Tomorrow People S01E13 – The Vanishing Earth (Part 4/4) – The classic 1970s ITV children’s series about a group of teens with paranormal abilities, who use their special gifts to battle evil. This week, the Tomorrow People and Steen must find a way to save the workers trapped in Spidron’s collapsing mine workings. Then they must track down Spidron and Sandor and stop them escaping or the entire Earth will be destroyed.  First broadcast on Mon 30th July 1973 by ITV.

18:30 – Shadows S01E05 – Optical Illusion – a British supernatural television anthology series produced by Thames Television for ITV between 1975 and 1978. This week, three teenagers tour a spooky old Tudor mansion just before it’s about to close for the night. They hide in a secret passageway and get locked in. First broadcast on Wed 1st Oct 1975 by ITV. Starring a young Pauline Quirke, with James Cossins.

18:55 – Star Trek (The Original Series) – S01E14 – Balance of Terror – This week, the Enterprise must decide on its response when a Romulan ship makes a destructively hostile armed probe of Federation territory. First broadcast in the USA on Thu 15th Dec 1966 by NBC. The episode is frequently praised by critics and regularly appears on lists of the best episodes of Star Trek. In 2016, The Washington Post ranked it the third-best episode of the entire Star Trek franchise. “Balance of Terror” introduces the cloaking device and the Romulans. Mark Lenard plays the Romulan commander; he later portrayed Spock’s father Sarek in the majority of his later Star Trek appearances, as well as a Klingon captain in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The episode also features the final appearance of yeoman Janice Rand (Grace Lee Whitney), who would not appear again until Star Trek: The Motion Picture. All core Star Trek regular background players appear in this episode: Eddie Paskey (Lt. Lesley and William Shatner stand-in), Frank da Vinci (Lt. Brent and Leonard Nimoy stand-in), William Blackburn (Lt. Hadley and De Forest Kelley stand-in), Ron Veto (Harrison), John Arndt (Fields), and Jeanne Malone (Enterprise yeoman and stand-in for Grace Lee Whitney.)

19:46  …And Mother Makes Three – S03E02 – Father Figure – More gentle middle-class Thames sitcom, starring Wendy Craig as the newly-widowed Sally Harrison, doing her best to bring up her two boisterous sons, Simon and Peter. This week, Sally denies that her great mood is because of her handsome new boss, a dinner invitation reveals the truth about a shapely female friend, and Simon and Peter decide to show him that their mum’s a bit of a swinger.  First broadcast on Thu 21st Sep 1972 by ITV.

20:10 – Brass – S01E12 – More Granada-made northern-drama-satirising comedy, starring Timothy West. This week, Bradley reluctantly agrees to using Jack’s truss ranges to hold up the chimney, Big Tom. Guy arrives to help Morris who is upset because Matt doesn’t fancy him. They discuss plans to blow up the Prince with SBD. MacDuff tells Lady P that hypnotism will help her to regain the use of her legs, but it backfires on him. She walks away and kicks Bradley to prove it. First broadcast on Mon 16th May 1983 by ITV.

20:35 – Special Branch – S01E02 – Smokescreen – Groundbreaking British police drama series following the exploits of the Special Branch of the Metropolitan Police: an elite group of officers tasked with protecting London from spies, terrorists, and subversives. This week, [major IMDb plot spoiler removed], which leads to an embarrassing public coroner’s inquest. Jordan investigates a scientist being vetted for a sensitive position, and all agree he is politically too far left for further consideration… [another spoiler removed].  First broadcast on Wed 24th Sept 1969 by ITV.

21:26 – The Beiderbecke Affair E01/06 – What I Don’t Understand Is This… – A six-part drama by Alan Plater. Trevor Chaplin (James Bolam) teaches woodwork and likes to listen to jazz. Jill Swinburne (Barbara Flynn) teaches English and wants to help save the planet. Trevor tries to buy some jazz records but this leads to meeting a “dazzlingly beautiful platinum blond”, a suspicious detective sergeant and a strange pair of men running a junior football team. Big Al and Little Norm agree to help Trevor and Jill with their school supplies problems and Jill decides to stand as a local councillor. A tale of “Black Economies”, council corruption and many strange characters all set to a background of Bix Beiderbecke. This week, Trevor meets a dazzlingly beautiful blonde and buys the wrong records. First broadcast on Sun 6th Jan 1985 by ITV. The Beiderbecke Affair was intended as a sequel to Plater’s earlier Get Lost! (1981), but Alun Armstrong proved to be unavailable and thus the premise was reworked. I note that this runs four minutes shorter than Get Lost! used to – seems ITV were expanding their advert breaks even back then!

22:17 – Snub TV S02E09* – This week featuring: • A Certain Ratio: “Tribeca” (SnubTV video) • Edsel Auctioneer: “Stickleback” (live) • Cabaret Voltaire: interview, “Nag Nag Nag” (video extract), “Yashar” (video extract), “Sensoria” (video extract), “Don’t Argue” (video extract), “Hypnotised” (video), “Keep On” (studio playback extract) • Ted Chippington: “Bad news, Ted” (SnubTV video) • Inspiral Carpets: interview, “Commercial Rain” (live), “This is How it Feels” (live) Or as the Radio Times puts it: “Manchester’s rising stars Inspiral Carpets filmed live plus an interview; and a look at the work of Cabaret Voltaire – who, back in the punk days, pioneered electro rhythms and sampled before samplers – on the eve of the release of a new LP. Plus Soupdragons and Edsel Auctioneers.” From 1st generation off-air VHS > Panasonic HD recorder > DVD-R > MPEG Streamclip > MPEG4 Video compression: H.264, 352 x 288, deinterlaced Audio compression: AAC, Stereo (L R), 48.000 kHz, 192 kbps First broadcast, I believe, on Mon 12th March 1990 at 6.30pm by BBC2. * – Although this is labelled as episode 7 in the pack I kindly received, it actually appears to be episode 9, if the Radio Times is to be believed (which admittedly the Snub people have said in interviews may not be reliable). Episode 8 in the pack appears to actually be episode 8… but sadly it seems episodes 7 (Lush, Vaughan Oliver of V23, Tackhead) and 10 (Cramps, James, A Tribe Called Quest) are missing entirely. Regardless of the accuracy of the Radio Times Genome listings, there do seem to be two episodes missing.

22:44 – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Original Radio Series) – The Tertiary Phase, Fit the Fifthteenth – Original Radio Times listing: “In which Slartibartfast provides an Informational Illusion. By Douglas Adams. Music by Paul “Wix” Wickens. Producers Bruce Hyman and Helen Chattwell. Adapted and directed by Dirk Maggs. Repeated on Thursday at 11pm. BBC RADIO COLLECTION: The original full-cast BBC Radio 4 productions of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Primary Phase and Secondary Phase, are available on audio cassette and CD, along with a Collector’s Edition and Douglas Adams at the BBC on CD only. The long awaited, brand-new third series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Tertiary Phase, will be released on CD and audio cassette on 25 October. Available from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed].” First broadcast on Tue 5th Oct 2004 at 6.30pm by BBC Radio 4.

23:12 – COMMENTARY TRACK VERSION of The Tomorrow People S01E09 – The Medusa Strain (Part 4/4)  – More interesting, amusing and sometimes scandalous DVD commentary featuring Nicholas Young (John), Peter Vaughan-Clarke (Stephen) and Philip Gilbert (TIM), moderated by Nicholas Briggs. To recap: this is the classic 1970s ITV children’s series about a group of teens with paranormal abilities, who use their special gifts to battle evil. This week, TIM jaunts John and Stephen back to the lab where Kenny attempts to revive them. Meanwhile, Jedikiah forces Peter to take them back to the 20th century one last time.  First broadcast on Mon 2nd July 1973 by ITV. DVD Commentary recorded c. 2002.

23:36 – Secret Diary of a Call Girl S01E03 – a British drama television series based on the blog and books by the pseudonymous Belle de Jour. It stars Billie Piper as Belle, a high-end London call girl. This week, Belle goes to a hotel room to have sex with Ash, who was her first ever client and for whom she has a soft spot. However Ash falls asleep, which allows Belle time to go downstairs and pick up another punter for a session in his room before returning in the early hours to Ash, who is blissfully unaware of what has happened. First broadcast on Thu 11th Oct 2007 by ITV2.

23:58 – Closedown music.

00:02 – Closedown.


ohthehumanities

WTHTV

Aug 7th, 4:30 PM

occasionally things don’t exactly go to plan – hence the lack of the OTH timeshift this month. Turns out Phil’s away on holiday and i’ve found a few hours to do something. now as it’s last minute, it’s not the usual schedule – most of that is series stuff and im not an ITV region in the 80s, so im not hiding random episodes away so that people miss them. so please enjoy this cavalcade of random stuff

  • 16:30 – Now You See It (1985 – weird australian kids game show)
  • 16:55 – privilege (movie – originally screened on a monday night when not many were around – one of the best films i’ve ever watched)
  • 18:30 – Not Only But Also In Australia (1/2 – saving 2/2 for if i ever do another WTH)
  • 19:05 – Attention Scum ep1 (these weren’t really linear. Simon Munnery’s odd League Against Tedium showcase)
  • 19:30 – Fur TV (first episode proper. again these weren’t linear. they were absolutely crackers though)
  • 19:55 – The Tape Face Tapes (pilot, made for the BBC. The Boy With Tape On His Face and Tony Law)
  • 20:20 – Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell ep1 (this will replace Moral Orel temporarily)
  • 20:30 – Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies (movie – possibly the worst movie i’ve ever watched, actual famous wrestlers making shite movies for that poundzone revenue is glorious in its own way though, and probably says more about the wrestling business than anything else)
  • 22:05 (end)


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Friday Fundown Week 70 12/08/22

Aug 12th, 4:00 PM

16:00

Spitting Image

Series 5- Episode 05

16:25

Grange Hill

Series 5 – Episode 08

16:50

Terrahawks

Season 2 Episode 03-

17:20

Doctor Who

Carnival Of Monsters Episode 3

17:40

Star Trek TNG

Season 6 – Episode 05- Schisims

18:25

The Kenny Everett TV Show

Series 4 – Episode 6

18:50

Smith And Jones

Season 2 – Episode 02

19:15

Stewert Lees Comedy Vechicle

Series 2- Episode 02

19:45

2 Point 4 Children

Series 2 – Episode 07

20:15

Task Master

Series 8 – Episode 03

20:45

Whoose Line Is It Anyway?

Series 5 – Episode 09

21:15

Toast Of London

Series 1- Episode 4

21:45

Only Fools And Horses

Series 6 – Episode 5- Sickness And Wealth