The multi-talented Kaye sings and dances his way through comedy skits and monologues, assisted by semi-regular guests, singers, dancers and orchestra.
Long-running panel show in which a celebrity panel tries to guess the job of a member of the public.
Simon Bognor investigates on behalf of the Board of Trade.
Stories about real-life international zoo vet David Taylor from his early days as a newly qualified vet in the 1950s to his international standing in the 1970s.
In late 19th century England, musician and composer Owen Jack arrives at Mary Sutherland’s home in order to teach her young brother music.
British comedian Tommy Cooper jokes his way through failed magic tricks and costumed mock interviews.
Anthology series of dramas, comedies and musicals, set in the Roaring Twenties.
Anthology series of British television plays, made by BBC Television in the late ‘60s.
British television drama anthology series of single plays.
American anthology series broadcast live on NBC television.
All-star British variety special featuring stars of stage and screen.
A multitude of female performers present a musical extravaganza from the London Palladium, in celebration of 50 years of equal voting rights for women.
Bob Monkhouse puts the questions to various celebrities arranged in a grid.
Edward Woodward performs in three Thames Television light entertainment specials.
60s chat show hosted by suave British presenter, Simon Dee.
One-off show presented by Bruce Forsyth from the Prince of Wales theatre, transmitted on ITV.
Musical television game show, later to emerge in the 1970s as Name That Tune.
Weekly international cabaret from the Chelsea Palace theatre.
Variety show to celebrate the second anniversary of ITV.
Margaret Lockwood asks the questions in this panel game show pilot.
Fortnightly review of films and studio interviews with leading personalities of the cinema world.
British anthology series featuring productions of classic and contemporary stage plays.
Drama series about events at an exclusive London hotel.
Television movie adaptation of Shaw’s classic comedy of bad manners.
Lady barrister Harriet Peterson tackles cases in London.