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A Bit Of A Do (1989)

Set in a small Yorkshire town where everybody knows everybody else's business, 'A Bit Of A Do' gave another British comedy writer the chance to poke fun at one of the country's favourite preoccupations - class distinction.

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A For Andromeda (1961)

A for Andromeda

Now recognised as a classic science fiction series, A for Andromeda was developed for television by writer and BBC producer John Elliot from an original storyline by Cambridge astronomer and novelist Fred Hoyle.

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The A Team (1983)

The A Team

A group of ex-Vietnam Commandos band together to form an unlikely partnership in order to assist the victims of injustice, whilst on the run themselves for a crime that they did not commit.

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A Touch of Frost (1992)

Spanning eighteen years and forty-two episodes, A Touch of Frost became one of Britain's best loved Television Detective shows, and starred actor David Jason in the title role.

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The Abbott & Costello Show (1951)

Although slammed by the critics The Abbott and Costello Show became a firm favourite with the viewing audience as the comic twosome brought to the small screen the same brand of slapstick humour that had pulled in theatre patrons for years.

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ABC Armchair Thriller (1967)

'ABC Armchair Thriller', although sometimes listed alongside the later 'Armchair Thriller' series (1978 & 1980), is a separate series from the later Thames productions, which it preceded by 11 years.

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