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Sheepy Fill-In Stream #19 – Thu 2022/08/04

Aug 4th, 6:00 PM

Join me for my usual first-Thursday-of-the-month OTH-Replacement stream.

Apologies for the minimalistic listing (although I’m sure that will be a relief to some of you!), but that’s what happens when the time you have earmarked for prep is suddenly and unexpectedly taken away from you. 🙂

18:00 – Sheepy’s opening music.

18:03 – ATV morning start-up music (re-creation).

18:10The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe E02/13

18:35The Tyrant King E01/06

19:00The Sixties E04/10 – The War in Vietnam

19:41 Chemistry – A Volatile History E01/03 – Discovering the Elements

20:39The Day The Universe Changed E06/10 – Credit Where It’s Due

21:30Sheepy’s Unwatched FILM Project #11: Twelve Monkeys (1995)

23:34The Hamster Factor and Other Tales of Twelve MonkeysA “making of” featurette from the DVD.

01:01 – Closedown music.

01:06 – Closedown.


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The Project Week 241, Tuesday 09/08/22

Aug 9th, 4:00 PM

16:00

The Monkees

Season 1 – Episode 08 – Don’t Look A Gift Horse in The Mouth

16:25

The Phil Silvers Show

Season 2 – Episode 12 – Bilkos Tax Trouble

16:50

I Love Lucy

Season 5 – Episode 26- Lucys Bicycle Trip

17:20

Batman

Season 3 – Episode 24- The Jokers Flying Saucer

17:45

The Muppet Show

Season 3 – Episode 21-Sylvestor Stylone

18:10

Cheers

Season 3 – Episode 10Dianes Allergy

18:35

Malcolm In The Middle

Season 2 – Episode 17- Surgery

18:55

The Simpsons

Season 6 – Episode -22- Round Springfield

19:20

King Of The Hill

Season 12 – Episode 04

19:40

South Park

Season 10 – Episode12 -Go God Go

20:00

The Sooty Show

1977 Episode 6

20:25

Chronological Harry Enfield

Ruddy Hell Its Harry And Paul- Series 3 Episode 4

21:00

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Season 2 – Episode -04 – The Shrimp Incident

21:20

The Office

Season 3- Episode 04- Grief Counseling

21:45

Seinfeld

Season 6 – Episode 11 – The Switch

22:05

The Larry Sanders Show

Season 3- Episode 03

22:30

Look At Life

At The End Of The Rope


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Sheepy’s Show #14 – Mon 2022/08/01

Aug 1st, 5:56 PM

NEW THIS WEEK: Special Branch. See the end of the schedule for a guide to the characters, as they’re all introduced with a slightly bewildering rapidity at the start. Also, try not to miss this opening episode, as the events it contains are referenced several times throughout the rest of Series 1.

17:56 – Sheepy’s opening music.

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

18:05 – The Tomorrow People S01E12 – The Vanishing Earth (Part 3/4) – 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, John and Carol return to the lab where they find Stephen has been returned safely but no-one has any memory of what has happened. Meanwhile, Steen returns to the pier to continue his investigation into Spidron.  First broadcast on Mon 23rd July 1973 by ITV.

18:29 – Shadows S01E04 – The Waiting Room – a British supernatural television anthology series produced by Thames Television for ITV between 1975 and 1978. This week, a young woman and her brother are stranded in a remote area late at night. They find an old 1920s train station, and wait there for the 5:30 am train. A train, which is not listed on the woman’s railway schedule, unexpectedly arrives at 1:30 am. First broadcast on Wed 24th Sept 1975 by ITV. Starring Jenny Agutter.

18:54 – Star Trek (The Original Series) – S01E13 – The Conscience of the King – This week, while Captain Kirk investigates whether an actor is actually a presumed dead mass murderer, a mysterious assailant is killing the people who could identify the fugitive. First broadcast in the USA on Thu 8th Dec 1966 by NBC.

19:45  …And Mother Makes Three – S03E01 – Gather Ye Mushrooms While Ye May – 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 complains to her new neighbour about rocks landing in her garden, news that Mr. Campbell is moving away sees her go into agriculture, and applying for a job with a book expert means competing with dolly birds.  First broadcast on Thu 14th Sep 1972 by ITV. New title sequence!

20:10 – Brass – S01E11 – More Granada-made northern-drama-satirising comedy, starring Timothy West. This week, Bradley is angry with Jack over the forge, Agnes is angry too with Jack, again for buying the forge. Isobel is angry with Jack when Bradley tells her she was sold to him. Lady P is angry when Morris tells her he’s taking Matt to Cambridge. Morris appears to Matt in a dress and tells him he is a transvestite: Matt runs off. First broadcast on Mon 9th May 1983 by ITV.

20:35 – Special Branch – S01E01 – Troika – 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, the Special Branch team are briefed on Operation Troika – a plan to detain three suspects under the Official Secrets Act. But one of them manages to send a coded message to Moscow before he is apprehended…  First broadcast on Wed 17th Sept 1969 by ITV. See the character guide at the end of this schedule.

21:26 – Get Lost! E04/04 – Kiss Me Quick – A four-part drama by Alan Plater, starring Alun Armstrong as Neville Keaton and Bridget Turner as Judy Threadgold. This week, Sergeant Tomlin pursues his quest for flashers and vagabonds. Judy has a pile of essays to mark and Neville is paid a visit by a Duke Ellington fan. First broadcast on Fri 3rd July 1981 by ITV.

22:18 Alan Plater InterviewThis was an extra on the Get Lost! DVD, although the show itself isn’t even mentioned. The book of memoirs he’s plugging was published on 15th December 2006, so presumably this was filmed around then.

22:21 – Snub TV S02E06 – This week featuring: • Primal Scream: “Loaded” (video) • Pale Saints: “Insubstantial” (live), interview, “She Rides The Waves” (live) • Kreisler String Orchestra: interview, “Wir Wandelten” (live) • Loop: Robert Hampson interview, “Collision” (video extract), “Arc-Lite” (video extract), “From Centre To Wave” (video) • Lemonheads: “Mallo Cup” (video) Or as the Radio Times puts it: “This week’s edition features pop refugees the classical Kreisler Orchestra, and an interview with Loop. Also the Pale Saints filmed live in France. Director PETER FOWLER Producer BRENDA KELLY” 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 on Mon 19th Feb 1990 at 6.30pm by BBC2.

22:48 – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Original Radio Series) – The Tertiary Phase, Fit the Fourteenth – Original Radio Times listing: “Arthur and Ford have travelled in time and arrive at Lords Cricket Ground, where England are defeating Australia to win The Ashes. It turns out our heroes have arrived 24 hours before the destruction of the planet, but this fact almost pales into insignificance with the appearance of Slartibartfast, the elderly planet designer Arthur first encountered on Magrathea (see Primary Phase).

Slarti is here to avert the disastrous abduction of The Ashes (which have some intergalactic significance we can as yet only guess at) by the villainous and lethal Krikkit Robots. This he utterly fails to do, as they arrive, blow up Lords, and leave with their booty. Slarti, Arthur and Ford give chase in the unlikely Starship Bistromath which is powered by the equally unlikely (though not improbable) Somebody Else’s Problem Field.

On the swamp planet Squornshellous Zeta, Marvin the Paranoid Android is still helplessly trudging in circles, anchored to one spot by an artificial leg he was fitted with after surviving a near miss with the heart of a blazing star (again, see Primary Phase, and try and keep up for goodness’ sake). It is something of a relief for him to have the leg removed by the same eleven Krikkit Robots who have stolen The Ashes. It is even more of a relief when they decide to remove him as well, leaving his talkative but very boring companion, Zem the Mattress, to ponder the infinite and globber gently.“ First broadcast on Tue 28th Sep 2004 at 6.30pm by BBC Radio 4.

23:16 – COMMENTARY TRACK VERSION of The Tomorrow People S01E08 – The Medusa Strain (Part 3/4) – 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, Rabowski finally coerces Peter into opening another Time Arch, where Jedikiah sends Rabowski to assault the lab in a prelude to eradicate the existence of Tomorrow People for all time. First broadcast on Mon 25th June 1973 by ITV. DVD Commentary recorded c. 2002.

23:40 – Secret Diary of a Call Girl S01E02 – 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, at a prestigious party, Belle has to decide between dumping a smug, over-possessive client in favor of her dream date, but family matters intervene after she’s made her choice, and her best friend gets a clue to her secret life. First broadcast on Thu 4th Oct 2007 by ITV2.

00:03 – Closedown music.

00:08 – Closedown.

GUIDE TO SPECIAL BRANCH MAIN CHARACTERS:


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Pleasant Phil_A Sunday 31/07/22

Jul 31st, 4:00 PM

16:00 – Dirty Pair

Hire Us! Better To Get Good-Looking Bodyguards (09/24)

Anime shenanigans.

16:25 – Tom and Jerry

Haunted Mouse (1965)

Autumn years of once beloved cat & mouse duo.

16:31 – The Crystal Maze

Series 3 (6/12)

Crystal-hunting buffoonery hosted by Richard O’Brien

17:21 – Rising Damp

Food Glorious Food (Season 2, 01/08)

Squalor is at large in tidy suburbia

17:46 – Robin Of Sherwood

Alan A Dale (Season 1, 5/6)

Sherwood shenanigans

18:40 – Space: 1999

The Mark Of Archanon (Season 2, 07/24)

Spooky sci-fi shenanigans (in space)

19:30 – M*A*S*H

Peace On Us (Season 7 02/24)

Comedy set during the Korean War.

19:55 – Ideal

The Healer (Series 5, 2/6)

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

20:25 – Sherlock Holmes

The Second Stain (Series 2, 03/13)

Deduction-based drama

21:15 – Callan

The Richmond File: Call Me Enemy (Series 4, 11/13)

Ongoing thriller series

22:00 – Wireless Nights

Underwater At The Proms (Series 4, Episode 1)

After dark dalliances with Jarvis Cocker

22:30 – The Scene Inbetween

01. Between The Waves

Woozy late night excursions into hauntological spaces courtesy of Ben Baker

23:30 – Closedown



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Friday Fundown Week 69 05/08/22

Aug 5th, 4:00 PM

16:00

Spitting Image

Series 5- Episode 04

16:25

Grange Hill

Series 5 – Episode 07

16:50

Terrahawks

Season 2 Episode 02- Ten Top Pops

17:20

Doctor Who

Carnival Of Monsters Episode 2

17:40

Star Trek TNG

Season 6 – Episode 04- Relics

18:25

The Kenny Everett TV Show

Series 4 – Episode 5

18:50

Smith And Jones

Season 2 – Episode 01

19:15

Stewert Lees Comedy Vechicle

Series 2- Episode 01

19:45

2 Point 4 Children

Series 2 – Episode 06

20:15

Task Master

Series 8 – Episode 02

20:45

Whoose Line Is It Anyway?

Series 5 – Episode 08

21:15

Toast Of London

Series 1- Episode 3

21:45

Only Fools And Horses

Series 6 – Episode 4- The Unlucky Winner


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OTH Weekly Zeppelin

Jul 28th, 4:00 PM
  • 16:00 – Bobo bo bo bobobo ep70
  • 16:25 – ChuckleVision s2 ep4
  • 16:45 – Sam Sheepdog (wile E Coyote Spin off) ep4
  • 16:50 – Moomin ep22 (ANOTHER cabTV christmas)
  • 16:55 – Byker Grove s1 ep3
  • 17:20 – Beavis and Butthead s3 ep26
  • 17:30 – Moral Orel s3 ep13 (end)
  • 17:45 – Strange Paradise ep106
  • 18:05 – Jupiter Moon ep102
  • 18:30 – BattleBots s6 ep4
  • 19:55 – Austrailian Gladiators s1 ep2
  • 20:40 – The Old Men at the Zoo ep4
  • 21:35 – Prisoner.Cell.Block.H.s2 ep70
  • 22:20 – Within These Walls s4 ep14
  • 23:15 – Oddity Archive – QUBE Interactive TV

Skipping the radio tonight – don’t have to travel anywhere as im off work for reasons. that’ll return when i do my next stream. Moral Orel is done by the looks of it, marathon next time I do a Saturday.


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The Project Week 240, Tuesday 02/08/22

Aug 2nd, 4:00 PM

16:00

The Monkees

Season 1 – Episode 07 – The Monkees In A Ghost Town

16:25

The Phil Silvers Show

Season 2 – Episode 11 – Where Theres A Will

16:50

I Love Lucy

Season 5 – Episode 24- Lucys Italian Movies

17:20

Batman

Season 3 – Episode 23- I’ll Be A Mommys Uncle

17:45

The Muppet Show

Season 3 – Episode 21- Lesley Ann Walker

18:10

Cheers

Season 3 – Episode 09-An American Family

18:35

Malcolm In The Middle

Season 2 – Episode 16- Traffic Ticket

18:55

The Simpsons

Season 6 – Episode -21- The PTA Disband

19:20

King Of The Hill

Season 12 – Episode 03- The Powder Puff Girls

19:40

South Park

Season 10 – Episode11 -Hell On Earth

20:00

The Sooty Show

1977 Episode 5

20:25

Chronological Harry Enfield

Ruddy Hell Its Harry And Paul- Series 3 Episode 3

21:00

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Season 2 – Episode -03 – Trick Or Treat

21:20

The Office

Season 3- Episode 03- The Coup

21:45

Seinfeld

Season 6 – Episode 10 – The Race

22:05

The Larry Sanders Show

Season 3- Episode 02 You’re Having My Baby

22:30

Look At Life

Coming To Terms


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Sheepy’s Show #13 – Mon 2022/07/25

Jul 25th, 5:56 PM

17:56 – Sheepy’s opening music.

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

18:05 – The Tomorrow People S01E11 – The Vanishing Earth (Part 2/4) – 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, Ginger is brainwashed by the mysterious Spidron, who puts him to work in his mine operation. Meanwhile, Stephen and Lefty return to the pier in search of their friend.  First broadcast on Mon 16th July 1973 by ITV.

18:29 – Shadows S01E03 – The Witch’s Bottle – a British supernatural television anthology series produced by Thames Television for ITV between 1975 and 1978. This week, teenager Jill visits an old cottage once occupied by another teenager named Jill three hundred years before. The other Jill was burned alive as a witch. First broadcast on Wed 17th Sept 1975 by ITV.

18:54 – Star Trek (The Original Series) – S01E12 – The Menagerie (Part 2) – This week, at Spock’s court martial, he explains himself with mysterious footage about when Capt. Pike was kidnapped by powerful illusion casting aliens. The two-part story was positively received and won a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation. First broadcast in the USA on Thu 24th Nov 1966 by NBC.

19:44  …And Mother Makes Three – S02E06 – All Play and No Work – 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, Mr. Campbell is forced to sack Sally because of the standard of her work, Auntie helps by pointing her in the direction of a job at the boys’ school, and a disagreement about staff dinners sees her try her luck elsewhere. Featuring Damaris Hayman in a minor role.  First broadcast on Thu 6th Jan 1972 by ITV. Followed by an ad-hoc 40-second clip of Damaris’ appearance in The Young Ones: Nasty.

20:10 – Brass – S01E10 – More Granada-made northern-drama-satirising comedy, starring Timothy West. This week, Jack has a proposition for Bradley: sell Isobel off. Bradley agrees but Lady P informs him that he’d lost interest in her anyway. Lady P tells Matt H he does not continue to see her she will have his poems published in her name. Isobel implores Charlotte to sleep with Jack so that he will go off her. Austin, McDuff and George experiment with the bouncing bomb with disastrous results. First broadcast on Mon 25th Apr 1983 by ITV.

20:35 – Van der Valk – S02E07 – The Rainbow Ends Here – More Thames-made Amsterdam-based crime drama, starring Barry Foster.  This week, Van der Valk searches for a teenage girl (played by Lalla Ward) abducted on her way to a clandestine rendezvous with a married man. The man is ready to help in any way he can, but the commissaris finds her hotel-tycoon brother more willing to cooperate with the kidnappers than the police. Also featuring a dyed-blonde Christopher Timothy and Jim “Bishop Brennan” Norton. First broadcast on Wed 10th Oct 1973 by ITV. NOTE: This will be the last Van der Valk for a while. Having completed the 13 original episodes (S1: 1972, 6 eps; S2: 1973, 7 eps) tonight, next week we shall be starting Special Branch (1969) for a series or two. After that we shall return to the still-excellent 1977 series of Van der Valk (S3: 12 eps), and then, when the schedule allows, the double-length early 90s eps (S4: 1991, 4 variable eps; S5: 1992, 3 dreadful eps).

21:27 – Get Lost! E03/04 – Kiss Me Quick – A four-part drama by Alan Plater, starring Alun Armstrong as Neville Keaton and Bridget Turner as Judy Threadgold. This week, Judy and Neville continue their search for Jim, solving the riddle of the yellow Beetle, surviving intimidation and enjoying some fish and chips. First broadcast on Fri 26th June 1981 by ITV.

22:20 – Snub TV S02E05 – This week featuring: • Tangerine: “Sunburst” (video) • The Breeders: “When I was a Painter” (live studio) • Nitzer Ebb: “Lightning Man” (video) • Mute Drivers: “People With AIDS” (Live) • Silver Bullet: interview, “20 Seconds to Comply” (video extract), “Bring Forth the Guillotine” (video) • The Breeders: interview, “Iris” (live studio) • Rhythm-ites: “Heed No Dream” (SnubTV video) Or as the Radio Times puts it: “This week Snub catches ‘supergroup’ The Breeders, (the Pixies’ Kim Deal, Josephine Wiggs from Perfect Disaster and Throwing Muses’ Tanya Donnelly) recording their debut album; Silver Bullet explain how chart success won’t dilute their hardcore hip hop sound plus Mute Drivers, Tangerine and Nitzer Ebb. Produced and directed by BRENDA KELLY and PETER FOWLER” 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 on Mon 12th Feb 1990 at 6.40pm by BBC2.

22:48 – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Original Radio Series) – The Tertiary Phase, Fit the Thirteenth – after a hiatus of 24 years, and the sad death of Douglas Adams after 21 of those, we start the Dirk Maggs’ radio adaptations of the remaining Hitchhiker’s books that had been written in the meantime. Douglas Adams was aware of the project before his death, and it had his blessing. Original Radio Times listing: “Arthur Dent awakes to find that he has spent the last four years on prehistoric Earth, alone in all that time save for five minutes with an infuriating alien called Wowbagger who arrived, insulted him, and left.

Reunited with Ford Prefect, Arthur discovers that the Hitchhikers Guide he threw in the river still works – and is being updated. Rescue appears in the form of a sofa caught in the Space-Time Continuum and Arthur and Ford disappear in a fashion which would cause stern looks from the Campaign For Real Time.

Aboard the Heart of Gold Zaphod Beeblebrox is nursing a large Pan Galactic Gargleblaster and two headaches. He believes that he survived the Total Perspective Vortex while pursuing a Hitchhikers Guide employee called Zarniwoop and that Arthur marooned him by stealing the Heart of Gold, which of course Zaphod himself stole (but then Zaphod thinks he alone has the right to indulge in excitement, adventure and really wild things).

His girlfriend Trillian (who, as Tricia McMillan, is the only human apart from Arthur to survive the Destruction of Earth by the Vogon Constructor Fleet) has no memory at all of these events and is therefore convinced that Zaphod has had a psychotic episode brought on by too many drinks. Tired of his selfishness she snaps and leaves him, having herself beamed by Eddie the shipboard computer in any direction but here.

Meanwhile in the swamps of Squornshellous Zeta, Marvin the Paranoid Android pivots helplessly in circles on an artificial leg, his only company a talkative mattress called Zem… First broadcast on Tue 21st Sep 2004 at 6.30pm by BBC Radio 4.

23:16 – COMMENTARY TRACK VERSION of The Tomorrow People S01E07 – The Medusa Strain (Part 2/4) – 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, Carol and Stephen jaunt to the Tower of London where they encounter Jedikiah. Jedikiah takes Carol back to Rabowski’s spaceship, hoping to use her as leverage with Peter. First broadcast on Mon 18th June 1973 by ITV. DVD Commentary recorded c. 2002.

23:40 – Secret Diary of a Call Girl S01E01a 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 de Jour’ introduces herself to us, talking directly to camera, as she will throughout the series, and explaining that she is a call-girl, working through an agent – partly for safety reasons but also because she does not come cheap. Her real name is Hannah and her family believe that she is a legal secretary, which she told them as she imagined they would find it too boring to ask her about. She explains the need to keep her two lives separate, even to the fact that her apartment is split into two halves, depending upon who she is for which visitor. However, she does break the rules when entertaining a shy young man called Daniel… First broadcast on Thu 27th Sept 2007 by ITV2. I picked up the S1 DVD in CEX for 50p a few years ago, never watched it until I checked out the first episode a couple of nights back with CaB TV in mind. Seemed quite fun, and not too explicit, so thought I’d give it a try to see how it, errrr, goes down.

00:03 – Surprise Bonus Item!Post-show edit: This was the Scary Picture extra from the Look Around You S2 DVD. 🙂

00:06 – Closedown music.

00:10 – Closedown.


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Pleasant Phil_A Sunday 24/07/22

Jul 24th, 4:00 PM

16:00 – Dirty Pair

Gotta Do It! Love Is A Woman’s Detonator (08/24)

Anime shenanigans.

16:25 – Tom and Jerry

The Brothers Carry-Mouse-Off (1964)

Autumn years of once beloved cat & mouse duo.

16:31 – The Crystal Maze

Series 3 (5/12)

Crystal-hunting buffoonery hosted by Richard O’Brien

17:21 – Rising Damp

The Permissive Society (Season 2, 01/08)

Squalor is at large in tidy suburbia

17:46 – Robin Of Sherwood

Seven Poor Knights From Acre (Season 1, 4/6)

Sherwood shenanigans

18:38 – Space: 1999

New Adam, New Eve (Season 2, 06/24)

Spooky sci-fi shenanigans (in space)

19:39 – M*A*S*H

Commander Pearce (Season 7 01/24)

Comedy set during the Korean War.

20:03 – Ideal

The Temptation (Series 5, 1/6)

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

20:32 – Sherlock Holmes

The Priory School (Series 2, 02/13)

Deduction-based drama

21:22 – Callan

The Contract (Series 4, 8/13)

Ongoing thriller series

22:14 – Wireless Nights

Bright Nights (Series 3, Episode 4)

After dark dalliances with Jarvis Cocker

22:42 – Inventions For Radio 01 – Dreams

The Dreams (1964) is the first of Delia Derbyshire’s four Inventions for Radio produced in collaboration with the poet and dramatist Barry Bermange.

Dreams is a collection of spliced/reassembled interviews with people describing their dreams. Delia’s editing and repetition, together with her dissonant, often terrifying musique concrete soundbeds, make this distinctly uneasy bedtime listening.

23:27 – Closedown