Andrew Cobby takes a humorous look at 1970s daytime TV: Crown Court, A Handful of Songs and Nancy Kominski - who wouldn't want to skip school for that?
Jessica Fletcher will tell you and Andrew Coby will tell you how she dunnit in this affectionate look back at Murder, She Wrote.
In a Sweeney meets Wizard of Oz scenario, twenty-first century detective, DI Sam Tyler, crashes his car and wakes up in the 1970s
Alex Drake finally discovers why she's been sent back to the Eighties, how it all ties in with Sam Tyler, and exactly who is Gene Hunt. WARNING: SPOILERS
Andrew Cobby takes a nostalgic trip back to Emmerdale Farm's early days.
Let’s escape to the sumptuous majesty of period drama, where the clothes were more elaborate, the people more refined, and the drama more quaint.
How period dramas fuel our obsession with rural English lifestyle
In spite of all the major domestic news stories of 1963; The Great Train Robbery, The Profumo Affair, everything else was eclipsed by the world shattering events in Dallas Texas on 22nd November.
Andrew Cobby remembers 1983: VCRs, Columbo and Top of the Pops.
The story of Britain's foremost drama series - Armchair Theatre