I picked-up a copy of this book in a second-hand bookshop in Charing Cross Road yesterday afternoon. It's a fairly rare find and doesn't often resurface 30-odd years later.
Published by Wideview Books in 1980, Ed Naha's book in an A-Z romp through SF Film and TV, divided into the relevant sections. It's not entirely comprehensive but the brief summaries and critical comment do the trick.
Some of Naha's comments are a little odd, describing BATTLE OF THE PLANETS as "excessively violent" and inexplicably claiming notorious Filmation Saturday morning live-action mock-buster SPACE ACADEMY boasted "exceptionally fine special effects work".
Note the Titan Books price label... a stonking £6.99 in 1980! Compare that to the 14p that Tharg charged for 2000AD the same year.