Below is a list of all the shows mentioned in Mitch Benn's I'm Proud of the BBC.
Bold = love (or have loved) it.
Plain text = neutral.
Strike through = never seen/listened to.
Newsround - loved it back in the day when it was John Craven's Newsround with the fab funky theme tune. Not really seen it since.
iPlayer - Love the concept, although I don't use it much.
Website - a great source of news, although they were a bit slack reporting the recent-ish death of Grahame Crowden, for which *tut tut*.
Toni Arthur - Oh yeah, Play School and Play Away were a part of my growing up.
Brian Cant - See above.
Hancock - love it, but with the caveat that I've seen/heard very little of it.
Yes Minister - and Yes, Prime Minister, of course.
Later with Jools Holland - seen precious little of it, if I'm honest, but as a concept it's brilliant in its simplicity.
Hitchhikers Guide - yes, both TV and radio.
Casualty - don't really follow it or anything, but I appreciate it as good well-made drama.
Dennis Potter - again, with the caveat that I've not seen much of his stuff (heck, I've not even seen The Singing Detective, although I adored Karaoke
Two Ronnies - especially the Mastermind answering the question before last sketch.
The Thick of It - seen it once, couldn't really cope with the constant swearing, but keep meaning to give it another go, especially as I quite liked the feature film version whose name I forget.
Open University - again, one of those things I like as a concept, despite not really having seen much of it, and despite the BBC not, AFAIA, broadcasting OU stuff any more.
Mark Kermode & Simon Mayo - they're okay, but I've not heard much of Kermode at all, and precious little of Mayo since he used to be back on Radio 1 back in the '80s.
Last Night of the Proms
Gardeners' Question Time
Last of the Summer Wine - never really got the appeal of it, to be honest. I could rant about Roy Clarke's shortcomings as a writer until the cows come home...
Steptoe and Son - again, one I've not see much of, but love it anyway.
The Young Ones - it's okay, but if I'm honest those involved have done better stuff. It was very much of its time.
The Mighty Boosh - meh. Seen some of it when Tim was watching, and - sorry to say - colour me unimpressed. It's okay, though.
QI - all bow at the altar of Mr Fry...
Bagpuss - one of my favourite programmes ever.
Absolutely Fabulous - I love Janie Horrocks, I'm quite fond of Julia Sawalha, June Whitfield was fabulous in it, but if I'm honest it was a bit of a one joke sitcom that went on some considerable time after I lost any real interest in it...
Our Friends in the North - only watched it because it had Daniel Craig and Christopher Eccleston in it, but I'm glad I did.
Alan Partridge - some good, some bad.
News at 6 o'clock
That's Life - yes, it had a certain appeal...
The Good Life - it had Felicity Kendall being gorgeous, Richard Briers being fabulous, and Paul Eddington being Paul Eddington. What's not to love?
Ken Bruce - "Love" would be a bit strong, but he's quite pleasant to listen to whilst I'm travelling to work. Although theoretically if he's on I'mn running late...
Keeping Up Appearances - nope. Definitely not. See earlier comment about Roy Clarke...
Outnumbered - seen far less of this than I'd like.
Who Do You Think You Are?
Kirsty Wark - not so much "love" as "fancy".
Jeremy Paxman - even though I don't think his adversarial style is really suited to UniChall...
Parkinson - another one that's more of an "in principal" thing, although I've seen the occasional episode when someone I'm interested is on.
Tripods - I've seen it, but I'd love to see it again (IIRC it's out on DVD). I still feel cheated that they never made the third series, but then in reality, the length of series was a big problem - the books had probably enough incident for three six-part series, so trying to pad it out to three thirteen-part series was always a mistake...
One Foot in the Grave - pleasant viewing (Richard Wilson is wonderful), but I never really got into it.
Ben (Miller) and Xander (Armstrong) - okay, but again, doesn't really grab me.
Rob (Webb) and Dave (Mitchell)
Antiques Roadshow - another that I love on principal rather than for having seen much of it.
David Attenborough - see comments on Life on Earth. But he's an institution, isn't he?
Bruce Forsyth - Oh God, no...
The League of Gentlemen - not seen much of it, and it's a bit too offbeat for me.
Have I Got News for You
Being Human - I can haz third series nao, pls?
You & Me (Me & You)
Top Gear - not seen much of it, but what I've seen is good fun, despite Clarkson's presence...or perhaps because of it?
Ivor the Engine
Top of the Pops
Trumpton - and all of the Trumptonshire trilogy.
Songs of Praise - although it's gone a bit downhill.
The Day Today
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue
Not the Nine O'Clock News
Mr Men - well, back when Arthur Lowe was narrating it. No idea what it's like now...
Eastenders - used to watch it fairly regularly back in the '80s, but nowadays I'd sooner avoid it.
Gary Lineker - meh. He's okay advertising crisps.
Radio 1 - summer of '86. Playing games on my BBC Micro in the back room with Radio 1 on constantly. Lovely time of my life. Used to listen to it quite regularly until about 1996.
Radio 2 - my radio station of preference nowadays.
Only Fools (and Horses) - although they probably should have let it rest in 1996, if not before...
Sky at Night - another "on principal" one.
Shooting Stars - meh.
Life on Mars
A Bit of Fry and Laurie
Children in Need Appeal - after all, it did bring us Dimensions in Time. Oh, hang on..!
That's a lot of love. And a fair few "things to watch/listen to".
ETA: Oh, and if you haven't bought Proud of the BBC, do go and do so now - particularly if you love the BBC! Available on iTunes and Amazon to name just two outlets.