Sunday, April 10, 2011

Television Themes Part 4: TV 091 to 120

091 George Fenton - Shoestring
092 Sam Fonteyn - Ski Sunday (Pop Looks Bach)
093 Tony Hatch - Sportsnight
094 Wilfred Burns - Sportsview (Saturday Sports)
095 Ron Grainer - Steptoe and Son (Old Ned)
096 Barry Gray Orchestra and Gary Miller - Stingray
097 Charles Blackwell Orchestra - Supercar
098 Harry South - The Sweeney
099 Ron Grainer - Tales Of The Unexpected
100 John Shakespeare - Terry and June (Bell Hop)
101 Peter Bright - Thank Your Lucky Stars (Like Lucky Stars)
102 Laurie Johnson - This Is Your Life (Gala Performance)
103 Barry Gray Orchestra - Thunderbirds
104 Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Geoffrey Burgon - Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Main Title)
105 Lesley Garret - Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Nunc Dimittis)
106 Laurie Johnson - Top Secret (Socu Socu)
107 Duncan Browne - Travelling Man (Max's Theme)
108 George Fenton - The Trials of Life (End Title)
109 South Bank Orchestra - Upstairs Downstairs (The Edwardians)
110 Simon Park Orchestra - Van Der Valk (Eye Level)
111 Wayne Hill - Vision On (Left Bank Two)
112 Highly Likely - Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads? (Whatever Happened To You)
113 Alex Glasgow - When The Boat Comes In (Dance Ti Thi Daddy)
114 Laurie Johnson - Whicker's World (The Trendsetters)
115 Jim Parker - Wish Me Luck
116 Paul Lewis Woof Band - Woof!
117 Don Jackson - World of Sport (World of Sport March)
118 Cyril Watters - The World of Tim Frazer (The Willow Waltz)
119 Nigel Hess - Wycliffe
120 Johnny Keating and The Z Men - Z Cars

This is the fourth and final compilation of themes from my 2009 / 2010 series.

Comments and feedback are welcome.

TV 091 to 120


Anonymous said...

The whole series has been brilliant - thanks!!!!

Mikey said...

Agreed, this is a great selection of themes. Many thanks for sharing them!

Cassio said...

Thank you so much, dear The Television Room. Congratulations and please keep up the great work.
Greetings (from Brazil)

Anonymous said...

Related to the late, dearly missed Spiral, perchance?

nlgbbbblth said...

Have a bleedin' guess.

Anonymous said...

Spiral was one of my favourite music blogs. It introduced me to so much great music that will *never* be re-released in it's original context.I'm guessing the copyright fascists did it in. I like this blog, too: it reminds me of how great UK TV was (is?) - alas, in the Antipodes, little of this is seen and it's even harder to buy.

nlgbbbblth said...

Thank you

You might send me an email analoguebubblebath AT hotmail DOT com

when you get a chance.