A sailing magazine programme presented by Mike Gray and Bob Fisher.
And It's Goodbye From Us
The start of Southern's final ever programme which looked back over 24 years of broadcasting.
A children's drama set in the 1920s, based on the novel by Denys Watkins-Pitchford, writing as BB and adapted for television by James Andrew Hall. The three Hensman brothers are staying with their aunt Ellen and end up living in the woods. The 13 part series starred Christopher Biggins, Michael Robbins, Rosalie Crutchley and Liza Goddard.
Sailing series presented by Julian Pettifer and Isle of Wight based yacht designer and builder, Uffa Fox.
Dick Barton - Special Agent
A TV adaptation on the radio serial of the same name, starring Tony Vogel, Anthony Heaton and James Cosmo, with scripts by Clive Exton and Julian Bond.
You wouldn't get a programme about butterflies on ITV these days!
Enid Blyton's Famous Five
Children's drama based on the stories by Enid Blyton. The series of 13 episodes were transmitted between 3rd July 1978 and 2nd October 1978. The cast included Marcus Harris, Gary Russell, Jennifer Thanisch, Michele Galagher, Michael Hinz, Sue Best and Friedrich Von Thun.
Southern's farming programme which was transmitted each Sunday lunchtime. It was presented and edited by Mark Jenner and was made at the companies Dover studios.
Children's drama series written by Peter Whitbread. An old stream railway is given a new lease of life when the Carter family take it over. The cast included Peter Duncan, Sheila Fearn, Annabelle Lanyon, David Neal, Geoffrey Russell, Anthony Sharp and Gwyneth Strong. The theme is by Jugg Music and the series was produced and directed by Colin Nutley.
First broadcast in 1968, Freewheelers were a group of teenagers who worked as agents for British Intelligence Service. The original line-up consisted of Bill (Tom Owen), Terry (Mary Maude) and Chris (Gregory Phillips) with Colonel Buchan (Ronald Leigh-Hunt).
A later series where the Freewheelers line-up consisted of Sue (Wendy Padbury), Mike (Adrian Wright) and Steve (Leonard Gregory).
Another set of titles here from 1973.
A six part drama series written by Phil Redmond which focused on a group of teenagers who had just left school. A simple but effective title sequence filmed alongside the Eastern Road in Portmouth with a very catchy theme from Jugg Music.
Here And Now
A long running documentary series. This edition presented by Jeremy James followed the 1963 Cowes to Torquay powerboat race.
A networked afternoon programme presented by women for women. A wide range of topics were discussed and various housekeeping items were demonstrated.
This children's programme explained HOW! things work. Fred Dinenage and Jack Hargreaves were among the presenters.
A pop programme in which Shaw Taylor and Terence Carroll interviewed various female artists of the time.
Midnight Is A Place
Children's drama series based on the novel by Joan Aiken and adapted for television by Roy Russell. The cast included Lally Bowers,
David Collings, James Cosmo, Simon Gipps-Kent, Maxine Gordon, Milton Johns and Reginald Marsh. Produced and directed by Chris McMaster, the 13 episodes were transmitted between 12th October 1977 and 4th January 1978.
Childen's drama based on the novel by John Rowe Townsend and adapted for television by Nick McCarty. Cast included David Neal, Simon Gipps-Kent, Annette Ekblom, Mike Reid and Jean Rimmer. The seven half hour episodes were produced and directed by Colin Nutley.
Now For Nookie
Diana Dors presents her very own chatshow.
Family drama series consisting of seven episodes which were transmitted between 13/06/1976 and 25/07/1976. The cast included Virginia Balfour, Lynsey Baxter, Tony Calvin, Nigel Greaves, Barry Lowe, Diane Mercer, Aubrey Morris, Anthony Pedley, Donald Pickering and Michael Robbins. The series was created by John Lucarotti and directed by Don Leaver.
Out Of Town
Jack Hargreaves gets out of town for Southern Television.
An edition of Southern's Police Action with Peter Clark
The Ravelled Thread
Mike Reid presents this children's gameshow.
Runaround Horror Special
Runaround Christmas Special
A three part series examining space exploration. Produced by Southern for the ITV Network and presented by Barry Westwood, Julian Pettifer and Roy Rich.
Army drama which ran for three series from 18/07/1978 to 03/09/1981. The cast included Michael Billington, Stafford Gordon, Roy Holder and Jacqueline Tong. The series was written by Nick McMarty and directed by James Ormerod.
Take A Letter Mr Jones
Situation comedy starring Rula Lenska as a female executive and John Inman as her male secretary. There was only one series of six episodes which were written by Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney. The series was produced and directed by Bryan Izzard.
That Beryl Marston!
Situation comedy starring Julia McKenzie, Gareth Hunt, Peter John and Jonathon Morris. The series was written by Jan Butlin and produced by Bryan Izzard.
The Black Arrow
Action adventure series based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. Three series were transmitted between 4th December 1972 and 12th January 1975. This clip is the opening to the very first episode.
The Chart Busters
A series of pop profiles presented by Shaw Taylor and Terence Carroll. Directed by Mike Mansfield.
The Trevor Baker All Weather Show
Variety series hosted by Southern's popular weather forecaster, Trevor Baker.
The first set of titles from Southern's afternoon soap, set in a sheltered accomodation block. The cast included Sarah Greene, Victor Maddern and Gina Maher. The series was produced by Bryan Izzard.
A later set of titles to the afternoon soap which was broadcast live from Southampton.
Twenty One Years
Comedy quiz show series, based on the american show Bet Your Life. Bernard Manning would meet people with unusual occupations and choose some of them to take part in a comedy quiz. The quizmaster was Charles Collingwood. The series was directed by Bryan Izzard and produced by Jeremy Fox.
Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Jon Pertwee as the loveable scarecrow, in one of Southern Television's most popular programmes broadcast on the ITV network.
The second set of opening and closing titles, used from Series 3 in 1980 onwards.