Day to Day
Daytime audience based chatshow hosted by Robert Kilroy Silk. The series was renamed Kilroy in 1988.
Sarah Kennedy fronted this twice-weekly afternoon discussion from Thames Television. Most of the topics were dull, and the shows were only livened up when Kennedy neurotically clambered about the set. Things got particularly worse when children were involved. The show morphed into the daily 'The Time...The Place' in September 1987 (when Mike Scott replaced Kennedy).
Just when you think Pebble Mill at One is no more, it's back to Birmingham again for a new daily magazine series Daytime Live. Featuring chat, live music and comedy. The series ran from 1987 - 1990
A new look for Daytime Live hosted by Judi Spiers and Sue Cook
Former BBC Radio DJ Simon Dee was given his own, twice weekly, chat show. The series ran from 1967 to 1969 and was transmitted on a Tuesday and Thursday.
Thames continuity into the opening titles for US talk show "Donahue", one of Americas longest running chat/talk shows, running from 1971 to 1996. Viewers may or may not remember Donahue being shown on late-night ITV in the late 80's/early 90's.