A Celebration of BBC Saturday Morning Television from 1976 to 2009

This is Saturday Mornings
Saturday Mornings is a celebration of the BBC's Saturday morning television programmes that were broadcast between 1976 and 2009, and we've been here on the web in one form or other for the last 20+ years!

Whether you're old enough to remember watching Noel presenting Swap Shop or your childhood was dominated by Dick and Dom's creamy muck muck there's plenty here for everyone to discover.

Never Give Up...
Generally that's good advice, but very true when you've been looking for the titles to BBC CHOICE's L&K Replay for over 20 years!

Yes, we've finally managed to complete the Live & Kicking Titles Guide and as a bonus you'll find the whole sequence in the L&K media section, and we've updated the L&K Data Sheet to include both L&K Replay and L&K Friday too.

More than Just a Load of Video Clips...
At Saturday Mornings we bring you a whole lot more than just a load of video clips. For the past 20 years we've been delving into the shows' history and tracking down the items connected with them. Here's some of the things you can find... other than the video clips.

Saturday Mornings Plus is where we take a look at some parts of the shows in greater detail, but occasionally we do allow ourselves to wander slightly off subject.

The Saturday Mornings Archive has been built up over a period of many years as we trawl the internet and other places for items related to Saturday Morning television.

Publicity Cards were issued by all programmes, so we've collected as many as we can. From Swap Shop to TMi we've got them all... almost.

It Started With... Swap Shop was broadcast in December 2006 to celebrate the then 30th anniversary of BBC Saturday Morning television. We teamed up with Unique Television to provide a sub site to first promote and then to document this very special programme.
 The Saturday Mornings Time Line
 Saturday Mornings Plus
 Publicity Cards
 Saturday Mornings Archive
 It Started With... Swap Shop
 Website Timewarp
 Contact Us

This is Now, That Was Then...
There have been several versions of Saturday Mornings since we launched back in 2000, and from 2012 onwards we've managed to keep the old versions that have been retired available online for posterity.

You can visit the Website Timewarp page which allows you to visit the last two versions of Saturday Mornings, along with a little background information.