A list of all TV shows produced by Thames Television, listed alphabetically with pictures from the show when available. Thames Television have produced a lot of successful television programs, and this list highlights some of the best ones. This list of TV programs produced by Thames Television includes any TV shows co-produced by Thames Television with other people or companies. Television fanatics can use this list to find some Thames Television TV shows that they haven't seen before. Producers don't often get credit for great TV series but they are an integral part of the creation process.
These items, like The Sweeney and Minder include images when available.This list answers the questions, "What TV shows has Thames Television produced?" and "What are the best Thames Television produced shows?"
Cowboys was a British television sitcom that aired on the ITV network during the early 1980s. The show was created by Peter Learmouth whom would go on to create Granada television sitcom Surgical Spirit and starred Lancastrian Character-actor Roy Kinnear as Joe Jones "whose small building firm hardly seems to do anything right at all" with co-stars David Kelly as 'Wobbly' Ron, "Oscar-Winning Writer" Colin Welland as Geyser and James Wardroper with Debbie Linden and Janine Duvitski. However, the show did not have anything to do with the Wild West. Instead, it was based on the British colloquial use of "cowboy" to describe a workman of doubtful professionalism e.g. a "cowboy builder". ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Roy Kinnear
Dear Mother...Love Albert later retitled Albert! was a British sitcom broadcast between September 1969 and June 1972. It was created by and starred Rodney Bewes. Bewes co-wrote and produced the series with Derrick Goodwin. The show regularly appeared in the TV ratings top ten throughout its three year run. The theme song was sung by Bewes, co-written by Mike Hugg. Hugg had also encouraged Bewes to sing the theme to his previous sitcom The Likely Lads, but Bewes recalls "I think I drank a bottle of port in the end, but I couldn't get it". There were 26 episodes, including the three Christmas specials, all three broadcast as part of All Star Comedy Carnival. The fourth and final series was ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Cheryl Hall, Garfield Morgan, Rodney Bewes, Liz Gebhardt, Geraldine Newman, + more
Educating Marmalade is a ten part series in 1982-83 based on the Marmalade Atkins character created by Andrew Davies. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Lynda La Plante, John Bird, Charlotte Coleman