We'll have some lists of other participants' entries in this roundelay tomorrow morning, but my own suggestion for you this week is a BBC parody series, modeled on the 1970s UK equivalents of 3-2-1-Contact! and Mr. Wizard, but particularly the hold-over science instruction programs that were part of the backbone of National Educational Television in the pre-PBS days here, and were similarly seen on BBC2 there.
The first season was relatively limited in format and ambition, but still quite charming (and its opening displays about as much fluency as I ever achieved in BASIC):
But the latter episodes, in 2005, expanded the concept somewhat, with a retained 1970s focus but a cast of recurring presenter characters, and simply an expanded cast:
--and running time, particular in this season-ending episode--sadly available at the moment online only with brief but repetitive ad breaks from Adult Swim, but worth wading through these.
My favorite of the British imports in the "edgy" Adult Swim British block, though I am fond of The Mighty Boosh as well.