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Regan


Regan - Pilot Episode

Armchair Cinema: "Regan"

Tx: Tuesday 4th June 1974, 8.30pm, 77mins
Made number 3 in the ratings with an audience of 7 million.



The Sweeney - Series 1

The Sweeney: Series 1

Tx: Thurdays 9.00pm, 52mins

Trans Date

Title

Writer

Director

1

02/01/75

Ringer

Trevor Preston

Terry Green

2

09/01/75

Jackpot

Tony Marsh

Tom Clegg

3

16/01/75

Thin Ice

Troy Kennedy-Martin

Tom Clegg

4

23/01/75

Queen's Pawn

Ranald Graham

Viktors Ritelis

5

30/01/75

Jigsaw

Tudor Gates

William Brayne

6

06/02/75

Night Out

Troy Kennedy-Martin

David Wickes

7

13/02/75

The Placer

Trevor Preston

Ted Childs

8

20/02/75

Cover Story

Ranald Graham

Douglas Camfield

9

27/02/75

Golden Boy

Martin Hall

Tom Clegg

10

06/03/75

Stoppo Driver

Allan Prior

Terry Green

11

13/03/75

Big Spender

Allan Prior

Viktors Ritelis

12

20/03/75

Contact Breaker

R B Stewart

William Brayne

13

27/03/75

Abduction

Trevor Preston

Tom Clegg

Episode 13 was screened at the later time of 9.10pm due to a Party Political Broadcast at 9.00pm.

Episode 8 achieved the highest viewing figures, at 8.75 million making it 2nd in the ratings charts of that week.

For the Press Preview (shown to the Press just before the first series) Thames didn't show the opening episode (Ringer) for fear of negative reactions about the levels of violence, instead a less violent episode (Thin Ice) was shown instead.



The Sweeney - Series 2

The Sweeney: Series 2

Tx: Mondays 9.00pm, 52mins

Trans Date

Title

Writer

Director

1

01/09/75

Chalk And Cheese

Trevor Preston

Terry Green

2

08/09/75

Faces

Murray Smith

William Brayne

3

15/09/75

Supersnout

Ranald Graham

Tom Clegg

4

22/09/75

Big Brother

Trevor Preston

Tom Clegg

5

29/09/75

Hit And Run

Roger Marshall

Mike Vardy

6

06/10/75

Trap

Ray Jenkins

Jim Goddard

7

13/10/75

Golden Fleece

Roger Marshall

David Wickes

8

20/10/75

Poppy

Trevor Preston

Tom Clegg

9

27/10/75

Stay Lucky, Eh?

Trevor Preston

Douglas Camfield

10

03/11/75

Trojan Bus

Roger Marshall

Ted Childs

11

10/11/75

I Want The Man

Ray Jenkins

Tom Clegg

12

17/11/75

Country Boy

Andrew Wilson

Jim Goddard

13

24/11/75

Thou Shalt Not Kill

Ranald Graham

Douglas Camfield

Episode 12 achieved the highest viewing figure (8.80million) but was only at number 4 in the ratings charts.

Episodes 6 & 7, however, made it to number one, but had lower audience numbers.



Sweeney! - Feature Film

Sweeney! (Feature Film)

Great Britain, 1976, 89mins



The Sweeney - Series 3

The Sweeney: Series 3

Tx: Mondays 9.00pm, 52mins

Trans Date

Title

Writer

Director

1

06/09/76

Selected Target

Troy Kennedy-Martin

Tom Clegg

2

13/09/76

In From The Cold

Tony Hoare

Terry Green

3

20/09/76

Visiting Fireman

Troy Kennedy-Martin

Tom Clegg

4

27/09/76

Tomorrow Man

Andrew Wilson

David Wickes

5

04/10/76

Taste Of Fear

Roger Marshall

David Wickes

6

11/10/76

Bad Apple

Roger Marshall

Douglas Camfield

19/10/76

rpt of Night Out

Series 1, Episode 6

7

25/10/76

May

Trevor Preston

Tom Clegg

01/11/76

rpt of Jackpot

Series 1, Episode 2

8

08/11/76

Sweet Smell Of Succession

Peter Hill

William Brayne

9

22/11/76

Down To You Brother

Richard Harris

Chris Menaul

10

29/11/76

Payoff

P J Hammond

Douglas Camfield

11

06/12/76

Loving Arms

Robert Wales

Tom Clegg

12

13/12/76

Lady Luck

Ranald Graham

Mike Vardy

13

20/12/76

On The Run

Roger Marshall

David Wickes

Episode 8 had the highest viewing figure of 9.40 million, but was the only episode to reach number 1.



Sweeney 2 - Feature Film

Sweeney 2 (Feature Film)

Great Britain, 1978, 108mins



The Sweeney - Series 4

The Sweeney: Series 4

Tx: Thurdays 9.00pm, 52mins

Trans Date

Title

Writer

Director

1

07/09/78

Messenger Of The Gods

Trevor Preston

Terry Green

2

14/09/78

Hard Men

Troy Kennedy-Martin

Graham Baker

3

21/09/78

Drag Act

Ted Childs

Tom Clegg

4

28/09/78

Trust Red

Richard Harris

Douglas Camfield

5

05/10/78

Nightmare

Ranald Graham

David Wickes

6

12/10/78

Money, Money, Money

Trevor Preston

Sid Robertson

7

19/10/78

Bait

Trevor Preston

Sid Robertson

8

26/10/78

The Bigger They Are

Tony Hoare

Mike Vardy

9

02/11/78

Feet Of Clay

Roger Marshall

Chris Burt

10

09/11/78

One Of Your Own

Tony Hoare

Chris Menaul

16/11/78

rpt of Visiting Fireman

Series 3, Episode 3

11

23/11/78

Hearts And Minds

D Churchill/T Childs

Mike Vardy

12

30/11/78

Latin Lady

Ted Childs

Peter Smith

07/12/78

rpt of Tomorrow Man

Series 3, Episode 4

13

14/12/78

Victims

Roger Marshall

Ben Bolt

21/12/78

rpt of Selected Target

Series 3, Episode 1

14

28/12/78

Jack Or Knave

Ted Childs

Tom Clegg

"Selected Target" had the highest viewing figure for this series, at 19.05 million! The lowest audience figure was "Visiting Fireman" with 10.95 million. Interestingly, they were both repeats.