Sean Hughes TV
Logos Web Site must surely qualify as the ultimate collection
of British TV idents, featuring graphics, jingles and videos.
find old TV logos interesting then you'll love Mike Brown's web
site which has memories and screen dumps of old teletext
Meldrum's home page also has classic teletext pages, as well
as a gallery of Test Cards and many more TV souvenirs.
in nostalgia mode, check out Kaleidoscope's web site. They are the society
devoted to classic British TV and hold events around the country.
to relive the memory of early ITV? Jeremy Rogers' Independent
TeleWeb site will take you back to the early days with its
history of the programmes and their makers.
Rob Sedgebeer a.k.a Frogger has created Frogger's
TV forum on the web (similar to Channel 4's effort but costing
about £1m less!) where you can gob off about TV.
Rob Sedgebeer also
& Herring's official web site. (That's right. Not Beeb.com.
No. They didn't think it through! Aah!) Here you'll find background
information on the comic duo's new series, This Morning with
Richard not Judy.
Steve Kelly's Men
Behaving Badly site goes behind the scenes with Gary, Tony,
Dorothy and Debs.
Show won prizes at the 1996 Comedy Awards. Find out what all the
fuss is about at The
Fast Show Unofficial Homage Page. And while you're at it, drop
Craggy Island Examiner, the unofficial Father Ted home page, by the same author.
If you need to contact
TV people/companies or want to view more links to TV places, try
UK Internet Directory
If proof were needed that fans make better web sites, look no further
than Richard Evans' Trumptonshire
Web which covers those classic animated shows Trumpton,
Chigley and Camberwick Green.
last there's a page devoted to Bod
on the web, courtesy of Oop North Deity (!), Gillian Hardy.
are also alive and well on the web! This site was produced with
the permission of the company who made the show and put together
by John S. Fletcher.
Benn, who used to dress-up and fantasise? Every time the guy
disrobed, as if by magic, Tommy Cooper would appear! Nowadays, Mr
Benn is reduced to doing Homepride commercials. :-) :-) But seriously,
I think you'll enjoy this site from Hiran Perera.
M Walker watched a lot of TV when he was young. His Children's
TV site covers (or has links to other sites which cover) the
following and more: Basil Brush, Bagpuss, Battle of the Planets,
Chorlton and the Wheelies, DangerMouse, Grange Hill, He-Man, Hong
Kong Phooey, Ivor The Engine, Jamie and the Magic Torch, The Magic
Roundabout, Metal Mickey, Monkey, Mr Men, Pipkins, Pingu, Playaway,
Potty Time, Rainbow, Rentaghost, Scooby Doo, Sooty and The