Synopsis by Hal Erickson
One of the longer-running children's programs in British TV history (over 100 episodes), Fully Booked made its initial BBC2 appearance in 1994. Essentially a "magazine" show, the series boasted a number of recurring and one-shot special interest features, along with puzzles, games, and contests. Among its youthful hosts was Gail Porter, who, after leaving the program, famously shed her "kiddie show" image (along with several other things) by posing in the nude. After ending its BBC2 run, Fully Booked was succeeded by a similar program with a computer-based format, FBi ("Fully Booked Interactive").