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5. Armchair Theatre (1956–1974)
60 min | Drama
"Armchair Theatre" is a British television drama anthology series of single plays that ran on the ITV network from 1956 to 1974. It was originally produced by Associated British Corporation, and later by Thames Television from mid-1968.
7. The Wednesday Play (1964–1970)
75 min | Drama
Series of one-off plays made by BBC television which gave breaks to a wide range of writers and directors in the late 60s, such as Dennis Potter, Ken Loach, David Mercer and John Hopkins. ... See full summary »
8. No Hiding Place (1959–1967)
60 min | Crime
Tales of Scotland Yard centering on a detective team. A sort of half-way house between Dixon of Dock Green and 'Z' Cars. The detectives are still 1950s style with good elecution and ... See full summary »
13. Sergeant Cork (1963–1968)
60 min | Crime
Victorian era, 'Who done it' with the venerable Sergeant Cork battling entrenched views in a bid to use a more scientific approach to solving cases.Trusty sidekick Bob does not always understand his methods but faithfully co-operates..
20. Our Mutual Friend (1976 TV Mini-Series)
50 min | Drama
Based on the Dickens novel, tells the story of a young man who's inherited fortune hangs on his marriage to a woman he's never met. But many have their eyes on his fortune and scheme to ... See full summary »
34. Target Luna (1960– )
30 min | Family, Drama, Sci-Fi
Geoffrey Wedgwood secretly replaces an astronaut & Professor Wedgwood launches Geoffrey into space. "Pathfinders in Space" (1960), "Pathfinders to Mars" (1960), and "Pathfinders to Venus" (1961) are all sequels to "Taget Luna" (1960).
Armchair Theatre (1956–1974)
A Night Out
53 min | Drama
Mother's boy Albert finally rebels, and goes to a works party. But things start to go wrong when he is accused of molesting a female colleague.
Police Surgeon (1960)
Called on to give evidence in connection with a young man arrested for robbery, Dr Geoffrey Brent gives his opinion - but one that is far-removed from that expected by the arresting officer.