1. 3-2-1: Linda Lee Lewis, Ted Rogers, Caroline Munro and Dusty Bin.
YTV's gloriously-daft Saturday evening show ran on ITV for 10 years until 1988. A madcap mash-up of old-style variety turns and quiz questions, it was best known for its Dusty Bin booby prize and ultra difficult prize clues.
2. Rising Damp
YTV's legendary sitcom Rising Damp ran for 28 episodes between 1974 and 1978. Starred Leonard Rossiter as Rigsby, the seedy landlord of a run-down boarding house in a city that is never named but is widely assumed to be Leeds.
4,000 episodes of the daytime quiz were filmed at ITVs Kirkstall Road studios in Leeds. Originally hosted by the irrepressible Richard Whiteley, it was the first programme broadcast on Channel 4 when the station launched in 1982.
Documentary series that ran for 200 episodes on ITV from 1987 and 1994, Jimmys took viewers behind scenes of St Jamess Hospital. Widely regarded as having paved the way for fly-on-the-wall hits like The Cruise and Driving School.
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