Recorded in March, not edited until June, making our references to "last week" nonsensical. Oh well. It's the last theme show for now and we visit the multipurpose House Of The King, go Taking It Easy with The Saint and taste Lucozade at the Crown Court.
It's an odd boy who doesn't like sport, so we play a huge chunk of sporting themes then gaze into Tomorrow's World, stopping briefly to get our haircut with Paddington.
Pops are topped, news gets jolly and who detects The Detectives?
Unfinished homework haunts Gary and Tilt as certain themes give them "The Sunday Fear".
This time, Gary and Tilt consider the supernatural undercurrents of Emmerdale Farm, play two versions of the Magic Roundabout theme and uncover the true identity of Sexy Rexy.
This week Tilt still goes too modern for Gary (ie. 20 years ago), we visit the dusty 80s and journey back to Oz to see Reginald Bosanquet.
This week Tilt attempts to vary the 1970s/1980s bias with a bit of 1960s and 2010s. It goes about as well as you'd expect and it's back to Spangles in no time.
Gary and Tilt break into their extensive collection of television themes to bring the first of many shows dedicated to theme tunes.
This show is more for the benefit of Tilt and his friends than regular Jaffa Cakers. After Tellytracks saw Gary and Tilt overdo the British Generation-X nostalgia, Tilt felt he had to engage with the present and drag Gary with him. Always handy to have something to point to when someone accuses you of being stuck in the past.
Loads of old theme tunes next year!
Gary and Tilt gear up for next year's TV theme binge with some tracks that are tied to TV, but aren't actually theme tunes.
Gary and Tilt discuss dreams of strange shows and go on a hunt for TV theme tunes that never were.
Gary has selected some songs (mostly) related to the beautiful game and Tilt has chucked in three records in a fit of sport-scorning pique.
Tilt and Gary are joined by Eurovision fan Lucy Moon to discuss cool, kitsch, political voting and uncommon time signatures.
A musical addition to our parent podcast Jaffa Cakes For Proust where we looked at four films "inspired" by the success of the Bond films. We simply had to share the themes and open up the discussion to Bond music in general, especially that which wasn't used or was used on unofficial Bond films.
The discussion of the films can be found here.
Joining us is Iain Hepburn.
Gary has been unable to prevent Tilt from selecting another hour of loud hipster nonsense peppered with a few oldies for sweet relief.
We're groovin' on down to the hits of yesterday as Gary's choice of tracks hit the decks for our second Jukebox.
Gary and Tilt (aka Mooncat and Ocho) of the Sitcom Club podcast attempt to escape nostalgia by playing moderately modern music.