Remember Triangle, the Brothers or Telford's Change? They were all hits in their day.
We take a look at the boardroom dramas, banking dilemmas and life on board a ferry.
9. Play your cards right
Big Deal is a British comedy-drama television series originally broadcast by the BBC between 1984 and 1986. ''The series was created and written by Geoff McQueen, who created several other major television series including Give Us a Break, Stay Lucky, and The Bill.''Starring Ray Brooks, Sharon Duce and Lisa Geoghan, the series concentrated on the ups and downs of small-time London gambler Robbie Box (played by Brooks) and the effect that his poker addiction has on his long suffering girlfriend Jan Oliver (Duce) and her daughter Debby (Geoghan).''The theme music was by Bucks Fizz member Bobby G.
September Song was a British bittersweet comedy-drama series, originally broadcast on ITV channel. ''The drama unfolded over three series broadcast from 1 March 1993 to 21 March 1995.''It was a role reversal for its two stars comedian Russ Abbot and actor Michael Williams.''Russ Abbot played recently widowed ex-teacher Ted Fenwick, opposite Michael Williams as Billy Balsam, an old-school comedian and performer and longtime friend of Ted.''The first series was set in Blackpool.
The House of Eliott was a British television series produced and broadcast by the BBC in three series between 1991 and 1994.''The series starred Stella Gonet as Beatrice Eliott and Louise Lombard as Evangeline Eliott, two sisters in 1920s London who establish a dressmaking business and eventually their own haute couture fashion house, and Aden Gillett as photographer and film maker Jack Maddox.'' It was created by Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins, who had previously devised Upstairs, Downstairs.
Justice was a British drama television series that originally aired on ITV in 39 hour-long episodes between 8 August 1971 and 16 October 1974.''Margaret Lockwood starred as Harriet Peterson, a female barrister in the North of England.'' It was made by Yorkshire Television and was based loosely on Justice Is a Woman, an episode of ITV Playhouse broadcast in 1969 in which Lockwood had previously also played a barrister. ''Lockwood had enjoyed an illustrious film career, largely with Gainsborough Pictures, in such movies as Wicked Lady with James Mason and The Man in Grey again with Mason and co-starring Phyllis Calvert and Stewart Granger