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BBC title sequences brings you Real Media clips of memorable introductions to classic TV programmes. Browse the galleries, or use the drop down menu to choose title sequences by name or to find your way back to this page.


A terribly English detective.
Campion
(1990)
Peter Davison plays a very English detective.

A terribly English detective.
Campion
(1989)
An early title sequence for the Margery Allingham adaptation.

Duffy, Charlie and the Holby General staff.
Casualty
(1986)
If you have an injury and nobody else can help, maybe you should call Holby General.

Keith Chegwin with his clothes on.
Cheggers Plays Pop
(1978)
Kids, pop music and Keith Chegwin in all his shining glory.

CRACKERJACK !
Crackerjack
(1958)
Today on Crackerjack - The Krankies. Run for your lives!

Stopping crime the BBC way.
Crimewatch
(1985)
First transmitted to the nation on 7th June 1984 and still going strong.

Don't panic Mr Mannering!
Dad's Army
(1968)
Cpt Mainwaring and Sgt Wilson saving Walmington-on-Sea.

Run for your lives.
Day of the Triffids
(1981)
Don't look at the lights in the sky and buy lots of weedkiller.

Cosy constabulary tales.
Dixon of Dock Green
(1956)
Cosy tales from the police station with Jack Warner.

One of those new-fangled flashing light things.
Dixon of Dock Green
(1976)
Dixon's last gasp before retiring from the force.

Wiliam Hartnell comes to your TV screens.
Dr Who
(1964)
William Hartnell is the first Doctor, from 1963 to 1966.

The second Doctor, Patrick Troughton.
Dr Who
(1968)
Patrick Troughton takes over through the late 1960s.

The third Doctor, Jon Pertwee.
Dr Who
(1973)
Jon Pertwee battles against the thoroughly nasty Daleks.

Tom Baker arrives in the Tardis.
Dr Who
(1976)
Tom Baker travels the fourth dimension with a very long scarf.

Peter Davison and some Cybermen.
Dr Who
(1984)
Peter Davison gives up his vet job to travel through time.

Colin Baker and those loveable Daleks.
Dr Who
(1986)
Colin Baker was the sixth Doctor from 1984-1986.

Sylvester McCoy - the wink!
Dr Who
(1987)
Sylvester McCoy, the last TV Doctor

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