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1967


Sunday 1st January 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Wayne Newton

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Roy Orbison

The Rockin’ Berries

ABC The Lady Is A Square 7:55 - 9:55 pm

Frankie Vaughan

Anthony Newley

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

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Monday 2nd January 1967

BBC1 (Scotland) Lena's Show (first in series)

Lena Martell

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.35 - 11.05 pm

Wild Bill Davison with Alex Welsh and his Band (the University of Keele)

Granada Scene 10:05 - 10:30 pm

The Who

ATV The Best Of Morecambe & Wise 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Herman’s Hermits

Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson


Tuesday 3rd January 1967

ITV Batman 6.30 - 7.00 pm

The Cat's Meow

Chad & Jeremy


Wednesday 4th January 1967

ITV Batman 6.30 - 7.00 pm

The Bats Kow Tow

Chad & Jeremy

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.25 - 11.00 pm

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Thursday 5th January 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Pete Murray

Cliff Richard & The Shadows - In The Country (promo clip)

Donovan - Sunshine Superman (repeat)

Four Tops - Standing In The Shadows Of Love

The Kinks - Dead End Street (according to Samantha Juste in Disc magazine "Mick Avory had a lovely velvet jacket cut like a smoking jacket")

Sandie Shaw - I Don't Need Anything

Tom Jones - Green Green Grass Of Home

The Troggs - Any Way That You Want Me (repeat 15th December 1966)

The Easybeats - Friday On My Mind (repeat)

Paul Jones - I've Been A Bad Bad Boy

BBC1 The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. 8.00 - 8.50 pm (first in series)

The Montori Device Affair with Noel Harrison (for whole series)

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five (David Nixon) 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special: Johnny Mathis 8.05 - 8.35 pm

The Most Beautiful Girl In The World, Tonight, It's Lovely Up Here, Somewhere, Doodlin' Song, Bluesette, I'm In Love For The Very First Time, Maria, The Impossible Dream

Westward shows Thirsty Boots 8.40 - 8.56 pm

Rog Whittaker

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.56 - 11.36 pm

contents unknown

ATV A Date With Janie Marden 11.30 - 11.45 pm


Friday 6th January 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Wayne Fontana

BBC1 (Northern Ireland) Lighting Up Time (first in series)

Music from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Cyril Willoughby

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.35 - 11.10 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 7th January 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:20 - 5:40 pm

Jury - Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

Monkee See, Monkee Die

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Val Doonican

The GoJos were the resident dance troupe

Julie Felix

BBC2 Midnight Movie: Never Let Go with Adam Faith 11.30 pm - end

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm (first in series), on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

NB Dodd's straight man is station announcer David Hamilton, and it's here that he got the nickname 'Diddy' which Ken Dodd gave him in rehearsals

Ken Dodd - Let Me Cry On Your Shoulder

Peter & Gordon

Tom Jones

Julie Rogers

Gale Gordon


Sunday 8th January 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.10 pm

Louis Armstrong

Anglia Quest 6.35 - 6.55 pm (first in series)

Religious show

The Spinners

Marian Montgomery

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Des O'Connor

The Bitter End Singers

Rita Pavone

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

contents unknown


Monday 9th January 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

The Tailor of Gloucester by Beatrix Potter read by George Melly

BBC1 Twentieth Century Focus: Pop Boom 1: The Business 3.20 - 3.40 pm

Andrew Loog-Oldham, Don Aden

The Small Faces in IBC recording studios

Dusty Springfield interview

Roy Orbison interviewed in his Rolls Royce

The Action

Shots of The Rolling Stones

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.35 - 11.05 pm

Thelonius Monk Quartet at the Cambridge Union

ATV The Frank Ifield Show 10:05 - 10:35 pm (on other ITV stations the following day)

Frank Ifield

Patsy Ann Noble

Scottish Night Club Night (first in series)

NB Broadcast from Restaurant Chevalier, Glasgow

Peggy O'Keefe and her trio (regulars)

Kenny Lynch


Tuesday 10th January 1967

Rediffusion Nina and Frederick 11.05 - 11.10 pm


Wednesday 11th January 1967

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.25 - 11.10 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 12th January 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Ginger Baker expresses a loathing for the BBC's rubber cymbals which are used to dampen the sound. Donovan was penciled in to appear.

According to Disc magazine on Tuesday 10th January The Walker Brothers "filmed a special insert for Top Of The Pops to plug their new single, released in January." Stay With Me Baby was released in February, but appear not to have appeared on the show to promote it.

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (his attire was described in Disc magazine "Like The Who, Jimmy Savile's gear enters the realm of Disneyland")

Cream - I Feel Free (described by Disc as a 'recording' but it seems likely that they were in the studio)

Georgie Fame - Sitting In The Park

The Monkees - I'm A Believer (film clip from the TV series)

Cat Stevens - Matthew and Son

Rita Pavone - You Only You

The Move - Night Of Fear

The Temptations - I'm Losing You (described by Disc as a 'recording', presumably not live in the studio clip)

Tom Jones - Green Green Grass Of Home (disc)

The Who - Happy Jack (despite Disc describing this as a 'recording' they might have been in the studio dressed as tramps)

Adam Faith - What More Can Anyone Do

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special: Shani Wallis 8.05 - 8.35 pm

ATV A Date With Janie Marden 11.30 - 11.45 pm

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.52 - 11.32 pm

contents unknown


Friday 13th January 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm (200th show)

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Rita Pavone

BBC2 Call My Bluff 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Sandie Shaw

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.35 - 11.12 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 14th January 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

NB One record reviewed ‘The Addicted Man’ by The Game was edited from the final recording and replaced with a cartoon clip.

Jury - Pete Murray, Alan Freeman, Simon Dee, Jimmy Savile

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:15 - 6:40 pm

Monkees Vs Machine

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 8.10 - 8.55 pm

Val Doonican

The Brothers Four

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6:20 - 7:00 pm

Ken Dodd

Wayne Fontana

Sandie Shaw

Three People

Gerry Stevens


Sunday 15th January 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Petula Clark

ABC Tempo: Noise 2.15 - 2.40 pm

Roland Kirk

ATV The London Palladium Show 8:25 - 9:25 pm

Andy Stewart

The New Vaudeville Band

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

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Monday 16th January 1967

BBC1 Twentieth Century Focus: Pop Boom 2: The Message 3.20 - 3.40 pm

Clips at a Beatles concert

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.40 - 11.10 pm

The Horace Silver Quintet (Chelsea School of Science and Technology)

ATV The Frank Ifield Show 10.05 - 10.35 pm

The King Brothers

Scottish Night Club Night

Janie Marden

Grampian Cairngorm Ski Night (first in new series)

Hosted by Jimmie Spankie, Alix Neilsen

George Hill (guitarist)

Joe Gordon (guitarist)

Donna Douglas (singer)

Jim McLeod and his band


Wednesday 18th January 1967

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.40 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 19th January 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

NB The Tremeloes were penciled in to appear

Hosted by Alan Freeman

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe (repeat 29th December 1966)

Cat Stevens - Matthew and Son

Four Tops - Standing In The Shadows Of Love (repeat 5th January 1967)

Georgie Fame - Sitting In The Park

The Monkees - I'm A Believer (promo clip)

The Move - Night Of Fear

The Searchers - Popcorn Double Feature

Wayne Fontana - Pamela Pamela

BBC1 Nixon at Nine Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Al Hirt

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 11.12 - 11.32 pm

contents unknown


Friday 20th January 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Cat Stevens

Paul Jones

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.35 - 11.10 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 21st January 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

Jury - Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:15 - 6:40 pm

Your Friendly Neighbourhood Kidnappers

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8:10 - 8:55 pm (first in series)

A Song For Europe. Sandie Shaw – Tell The Boys

The Bitter End Singers

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.45 - 10.30 pm

Miriam Makeba

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Ken Dodd

The Bitter End Singers

Adam Faith

Oscar (Paul Nicholas) - Over The Wall We Go (a David Bowie song) NB 'Oscar' was accompanied by three others on stage, but it's not known if Bowie was one of them

Samantha Leigh/Lee


Sunday 22nd January 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Nancy Wilson

ATV The London Palladium Show 8:25 - 9:25 pm

NB The first edition with Dave Allen as compere, referred to as "Brucie" by Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stones fail to appear on the revolving stage finale. Jagger later told Disc "We agreed to do the show, but not go on the roundabout. It's so predictable. The same thing happens regularly each week and we don't want to conform to what has gone on before." ATV had expressed concern about the tile and lyrics of Let's Spend The Night Together, but were waiting until the group returned from the USA before making a decision. An ATV spokesman told Disc magazine "There have been some discussions on this, but nothing can be decided until the Stones return." In the end the Stones didn't change anything, unlike The Ed Sullivan Show when Jagger sang alternate lyrics while rolling his eyes at the camera. Andrew Loog Oldham allegedly balanced the sound mix. A review in Disc by Jonathan King referred to Brian Jones' dress sense "Jones appeared as a St Trinian's schoolgirl for reasons best known to himself, and Jagger was wearing his mother's head scarf."

The Rolling Stones - Let’s Spend The Night Together, Ruby Tuesday, It’s All Over Now, Connection

Shani Wallis

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 23rd January 1967

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 10.55 pm

from the Oxford Union

ATV The Frank Ifield Show 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Frank Ifield

Southern A Tale Of Two Rivers 10.05 - 10.35 pm (the first of four shows, but the rest were not shown until the following year)

A musical tribute to the Thames and the Seine, filmed in summer 1966 on board The Southerner, Southern TV's own boat and originally scheduled to be shown September 1966.

Produced by Mike Mansfield

Musical Associates - Tony Hatch, Mike Leander

Theme written by Tommy Moeller of Unit Four + Two

Hosted by Petula Clark

Petula Clark - Homeward Bound (in London alongside the Thames)

Sandie Shaw - Long Live Love (in London)

Marianne Faithfull - This Little Bird (Greenwich Hospital)

Adam Faith (in Paris)

Lulu - To Sir With Love (in Paris)

Unit Four + 2 (in Paris)

The Go Jos (in Paris)

Claude Francois

Mark Wynter

Lulu & Petula Clark - Pigale, Moulin Rogue

Dave Clark & Cathy McGowan - power boat ride up the Thames


Wednesday 25th January 1967

Granada Come And Get Your Money 9:40 - 10:20 pm

NB Producer Johnny Hamp tried to get Cliff Richard and The Shadows to appear

A look at the early days of the British music scene at the Two I's coffee bar in London's Soho

Tommy Steele - interviewed on the set of The Happiest Millionaire

Lionel Bart

Terry Dene

Wally Whyton

Wee Willie Harris

Screaming Lord Sutch

Mickie Most

Hermans Hermits - in recording session with Mickie Most

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.20 - 10.55 pm

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Thursday 26th January 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The Jimi Hendrix Experience and The Spencer Davis Group were penciled in

Hosted by Simon Dee

Cream - I Feel Free (NB Ginger Baker knocks on the door of Samantha Juste dressing room dressed as a prisoner with an axe in his hand. The trio appear in prisoner outfits for the song)

Georgie Fame - Sitting In The Park (repeat 19th January 1967)

The Monkees - I'm A Believer (film clip from the TV show)

The Move - Night Of Fear (repeat 19th January 1967)

The Rolling Stones - Let's Spend The Night Together (NB According to Disc magazine producer Stanley Dorfman promised a "big surprise" in the presentation of the track. "I can't tell you what it is - that would give the game away. But it would entirely different." Keith plays piano.)

Cat Stevens - Matthew and Son (repeat 19th January 1967)

Jonathan King - Seagulls

The Spellbinders - Help Me (Get Myself Back Together)

The New Vaudeville Band - Peek-A-Boo

Paul Jones - I've Been A Bad Bad Boy

BBC1 Nixon at Nine Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

ATV A Date With Janie Marden 11.30 - 11.45 pm

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 11.12 - 11.52 pm

contents unknown


Friday 27th January 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The New Vaudeville Band

Granada The World Tomorrow 10:05 - 10:35 pm

LSD (hosted by Bill Grundy and Chris Kelly). One of many documentaries and dramas about the drug industry, in particularly LSD shown in the first few months of the year.

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.35 - 11.10 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 28th January 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

Jury -

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:15 - 6:40 pm

One Man Shy

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Sandie Shaw – A Song For Europe – I’ll Cry Myself To Sleep

Petula Clark

BBC2 International Cabaret 10.05 - 10.50 pm

The Bitter End Singers

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Ken Dodd

Clinton Ford

Vince Hill

Cat Stevens

Jackie Trent


Sunday 29th January 1967

Southern God's Trombone 6.35 - 6.55 pm

NB A Live broadcast from St Nicholas' parish church

The Ivy League

Anita Harris

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Dave Allen

Julie Rogers

Max Bygraves with Tony Crane (singer-guitarist)

Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen - Rosie

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 30th January 1967

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.35 - 11.05 pm

Woody Herman

ATV The Frank Ifield Show 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Frank Ifield


Wednesday 1st February 1967

Rediffusion Way With Words (schools programme)

Johnny Silvo

Granada Scene 10.25 - 11.00 pm

The Who discussion with Quentin Hogg

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.25 - 11.00 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 2nd February 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Del Shannon and Eric Burdon & The Animals had been penciled in to appear, while Cream's promotional film for I Feel Free shot at Richmond Park was also due to be shown

Hosted by Pete Murray

Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - I'll Take Good Care Of You

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe (repeat 29th December 1966)

The Monkees - I'm A Believer (possibly clip from TV show)

Nancy Sinatra - Sugar Town (The GoJos)

Petula Clark - This Is My Song

The Rolling Stones - Ruby Tuesday

The Spencer Davis Group - I'm A Man (promo clip)

Chris Farlowe - My Way Of Giving

Paul Jones - I've Been A Bad Bad Boy

BBC1 Nixon at Nine Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Abbe Lane - Cheek To Cheek, Accentuate The Positive

ATV A Date With Janie Marden 11.30 - 11.45 pm

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.52 - 11.32 pm

contents unknown


Friday 3rd February 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Eric Burdon and the Animals (NB the group's new single When I Was Young was deemed unsuitable for the show due to its lyrics. A BBC spokesman told Disc "This is not a BBC ban. Decisions like this are left to individual producers. It was just felt that the record was not appropriate for a children's programme.")

Scottish Night Club Night

Julie Felix

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.35 - 11.10 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 4th February 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

Monkees In A Ghost Town

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.05 - 8.50 pm

Sandie Shaw – A Song For Europe – Had A Dream Last Night

Del Shannon – Your Cheatin’ Heart, Mountain Dew , Runaway, She

The Morgan James Duo - Yesterday

BBC2 Midnight Movie: Town Without Pity 11.30 pm - end

Theme: Gene Pitney

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Ken Dodd

Herman’s Hermits - A Kind Of Hush

Normie Rowe

Joe Henderson

Toni Eden


Sunday 5th February 1967

BBC1 Nancy Wilson 10.40 -11.05 pm

Live in London with the Ted Heath Orchestra

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66

Shirley Jones

BBC2 The Cool of the Evening 8.15 - 8.25 pm

The Michael Sammes Singers

ABC Tempo: Disposability 2.15 - 2.40 pm

Clips of Dave Lee Travis at Radio Caroline

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Dave Allen

NB Singer Dickie Valentine dropped out due to illness and Engelbert Humperdinck stepped in

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 - 11.50 pm

The Rolling Stones – Let's Spend The Night Together, Mick Jagger interview (NB apparently the audience was hostile when he was being interviewed)

Susan Maughan


Monday 6th February 1967

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.05 - 10.45 pm

The Max Roach Quintet (at the University of Reading)

ATV The Frank Ifield Show 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Frank Ifield


Tuesday 7th February 1967

BBC1 Not Only...But Also 9:05 - 9:50 pm (repeat of 26th December 1966)

John Lennon

Granada The World Tomorrow Special 9:40 - 10:25 pm

Report on the drug LSD, with some filming at the UFO Club on Friday 3rd February 1967


Wednesday 8th February 1967

Granada Scene

Julie Felix


Thursday 9th February 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

NB Donovan and Del Shannon were penciled in to appear, while P J Proby had been invited but had to turn it down due to work permit issues.

Hosted by Jimmy Savile

The Monkees - I'm A Believer (disc)

Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith - accept silver disc for I'm A Believer from the host. Apparently neither Monkee said anything. While at the studio Dolenz notices disc girl Samantha Juste in the audience and when he sees her on the screen he said "There's that girl again." They married the following year.

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me (live)

Gene Pitney - In The Cold Light Of Day

Herman's Hermits - There's A Kind Of Hush

The Royal Guardsmen - Snoopy Versus The Red Baron (first world war footage of dogfight between planes)

The Hollies - On A Carousel

The Rolling Stones - Ruby Tuesday (repeat 2nd February 1967)

The New Vaudeville Band - Peek-A-Boo

The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby

BBC1 Nixon at Nine Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special: The Brothers Four 8.05 - 8.35 pm


Friday 10th February 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4:45 - 5:40 pm

The Tremeloes

Granada The World Tomorrow: Sound Or Music? 10.05 - 10.35 pm

The Hollies recording On A Carousel (NB shown the day the record was released)

George Martin and Ron Richards (of EMI / AIR studios)


Saturday 11th February 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

NB The Beatles' promo clip for Penny Lane was scheduled to be shown, but since it wouldn't be shown in its entirety it was pulled by Brian Epstein. Billy Cotton Jnr said "Use of the film was conditional on our playing the whole of the record and we couldn't guarantee to do this." However according to a later review of the show the following week in Disc both songs were played.

Jury - Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

The Spy Who Came In From The Cool

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.10 - 8.55 pm

Sandie Shaw – A Song For Europe – Puppet On A String

BBC2 International Cabaret 10.00 - 10.45 pm

The Barry Sisters

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

NB Rita Pavone cancelled her appearance because of the pressure of film work

Freddie and The Dreamers - Hello Hello

Julie Felix

Paul Jones

Robbie Royal


Sunday 12th February 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Gilbert Becauld

ABC New Tempo 2:15 - 2:40 pm

Drugs

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Dave Allen

Tom Jones - Detroit City (NB Tom was to be presented with a gold disc for The Green Green Grass Of Home but it was suggested that this would take time out of his live set, and people would prefer to hear him sing. Another version of the story has it that the then Prime Minister Harold Wilson was asked to present it to him on stage, but duties forbade him from doing so.)

The Dallas Boys

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Sonny & Cher - The Beat Goes On


Monday 13th February 1967

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.25 - 10.55 pm

at the Hornsey College of Arts and Crafts

ATV The Frank Ifield Show 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Frank Ifield - Trouble (from The Music Man)


Wednesday 15th February 1967

BBC2 Man Alive: Can She Sing...Does It Matter? 8.05 - 8.35 pm

A profile 21 year old singer Judith Powell with record producer Steve Rowlands

Granada Scene

Paul Jones

Granada Late Scene

Sandy Posey


Thursday 16th February 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Gene Pitney is said to have pre-recorded a clip for the show, The Troggs were due to play Give It To Me, while Donovan was due to promote Mellow Yellow, Ken Dodd was also penciled in to appear. Sonny & Cher had taped an appearance for showing tonight but again wasn't shown. Disc magazine's 'Miss Mod Britain '67', Jayne Harries is seen in the audience.

Hosted by Alan Freeman

The Beatles - Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields Forever (promo clips) (NB shown the day before the release of the record)

Paul & Barry Ryan - Keep It Out Of Sight

Petula Clark - This Is My Song (repeat 2nd February 1967) (NB Petula Clark was to film a TOTP clip while she and her family were on holiday in the French alps)

PJ Proby - Nikki Hoeky (NB Proby smokes a cigarette, probably to suggest the alleged drug connotations of the song)

The New Vaudeville Band - Peek-A-Boo (repeat 9th February 1967)

Sandy Posey - Single Girl (NB Posey also filmed a clip "What A Woman In Love Won't Do" for future broadcast)

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me (not listed in TOTP database, but a review of the show in Disc has him appearing)

The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby (repeat 9th February 1967)

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special 8:05 - 8:35 pm

Herb Alpert & His Tijuana Brass


Friday 17th February 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Herman's Hermits

BBC1 (Scotland) Studio A (first in series, shown every third Friday)

Lena Martell

Danny Street

The Freemen

Bernadette

Granada Blues Scene 10:35 - 11:05 pm

The American Blues Festival


Saturday 18th February 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury -

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

Gift Horse

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Sandie Shaw – A Song For Europe – Ask Any Woman

Davy Jones

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.50 - 10.35 pm

Gene Pitney

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich (NB Producer Peter Frazier-Jones banned the group from playing "The Loos Of England" on the show)

The Settlers

Donald Peers

James Royal


Sunday 19th February 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Louis Armstrong

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

NB a member of the audience rushes onto the stage at one point

Hosted by Dave Allen

Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, receives four awards from music weekly Disc

Paul and Barry Ryan

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 - 11.50 pm

NB This pre-recorded show had to be edited, with two cuts (twelve and fourteen seconds) made due to the nature of the discussion

Marianne Faithfull and Lord Boothby discuss moral behaviour


Monday 20th February 1967

BBC2 Jazz in Concert 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Duke Ellington at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


Wednesday 22nd February 1967

Granada Scene

Alan Price


Thursday 23rd February 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

NB Engelbert Humperdinck was penciled in to appear

Hosted by Simon Dee (NB during an afternoon run through a picture of a nude woman wearing a bowler hat and a moustache was flashed on the monitor to try and put him off)

The Beatles - Penny Lane (promo clip)

Dusty Springfield - I'll Try Anything

Herman's Hermits - There's A Kind Of Hush

The Hollies - On A Carousel (repeat 9th February 1967)

Petula Clark - This Is My Song (repeat 2nd February 1967)

Tom Jones - Detroit City (Tom might have been presented with silver and gold discs)

The Troggs - Give It To Me (live vocal)

Jim Reeves - I Won't Come In While He's There (disc)

Vince Hill - Edelweiss

BBC2 Something Special: Dionne Warwick 8:05 - 8:35 pm

Recorded at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Backed by the orchestra of Ronnie Hazelhurst

Dionne Warwick - Walk On By, Anyone Who Had A Heart

BBC1 Nixon at Nine Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters


Friday 24th February 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Freddie and The Dreamers - Hello Hello

BBC1 Junior Points Of View 5.40 - 5.49 pm

Davy Jones - interview

Anglia About Anglia 6.05 - 6.35 pm

Julie Felix


Saturday 25th February 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

NB The all DJ panel idea is brought to an end, but it is the intention that two will still appear each week

Jury - Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile, Penny Valentine, Virginia Wetherall

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

The Success Story

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Sandie Shaw – sings all five A Song For Europe entries

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Dusty Springfield

Billy Fury

Paul and Barry Ryan

The Searchers

ATV Tommy The Toreador 6.30 - 8.00 pm

Tommy Steele movie


Sunday 26th February 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9. 25 pm

Hosted by Dave Allen

Matt Monro

The Barron Knights (P'Nut Langford broke his guitar during their routine)

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end (100th show)

Françoise Hardy


NB Alan Price plays both sides of his Simon Smith / Tickle Me single on TWW Reports sometime this week

Monday 27th February 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

Nina (of Nina & Frederick) reads Hans Christian Andersen story


Tuesday 28th February 1967

ATV Here Comes Kathy! 9:40 - 10:25 pm

Kathy Kirby

Clinton Ford

Tommy Bruce


Wednesday 1st March 1967

BBC2 Something Special 10.45 - 11.10 pm

Ivor Immanuel

Granada Scene

Georgie Fame

Granada Late Scene

Keith


Thursday 2nd March 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Pete Murray

The Seekers - Georgy Girl (film clip)

Donovan - Mellow Yellow (live vocal)

The Troggs - Give It To Me (repeat 23rd February 1967)

Roy Orbison - So Good (new release) (live vocal) (NB Disc claims shortly after he arrives in London on 1st March he "immediately telerecords a number of appearances for Top Of The Pops the next day for his single So Good.")

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Touch Me Touch Me (new release)

The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby (repeat 9th February 1967)

Val Doonican - Memories Are Made Of This (live)

The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever (promo clip)

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me number one (repeat 9th February 1967)


Friday 3rd March 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Barron Knights

Paul and Barry Ryan


Saturday 4th March 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Ross Hannaman, Geraldine Sherman

Guest -

Records played - The Small Faces - Just Passing (host David Jacobs refers to the record as "short measure" as it is only 75 seconds long)

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

Too Many Girls

NB a scene where a girl in a bikini is in close up appears to be smudged to hide her navel

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.15 - 9.00 pm

NB There had been a noticeable drop in the number of votes cast by the public for this year's contest.

Sandie Shaw – A Song For Europe winner – Puppet On A String

Domenico Modugno

BBC2 The World of Charles Aznavour 9.50 - 10.30 pm

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Russ Conway

Two and A Half

Rosemary Squires

Dick Francis (singer)


Sunday 5th March 1967

BBC1 George Gershwin: The Legend And The Man 10:20 - 11:10 pm

Cleo Laine

Larry Adler

ABC The Song Break 6.35 - 6.50 pm

The Joy Strings

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse (NB initially hired to host for four weeks, but his contract was extended)

The Kaye Sisters

Peret (Spanish pop singer)

Paul Anka

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 6th March 1967

Scottish Night Club Night 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Lyn & Graham McCarthy

George Chisholm

Grampian Late Night Look presents Cairngorm Ski Night 11.25 - 11.55 pm

Donna Douglas

The Islanders


Tuesday 7th March 1967

Channel Piano Rendezvous 6.15 - 6.35 pm

content unknown

Granada Scene Special: It’s So Far Out It’s Straight Down 10:25 - 11:05 pm

Paul McCartney - interview

The Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (at the UFO club in London), Percy The Ratcatcher (aka Matilda Mother)


Thursday 9th March 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile

The Alan Price Set - Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear

Dusty Springfield - I'll Try Anything (repeat 23rd February 1967)

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me

Herman's Hermits - There's A Kind Of Hush (repeat 23rd February 1967)

Keith - Tell Me To My Face

The Hollies - On A Carousel (repeat 9th February 1967)

The Nashville Teens - I'm Coming Home

Vince Hill - Edelweiss

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special 8:05 - 8:35 pm

Four Tops special on tour in Britain, recorded 6th February at the Questor Theatre, Ealing

Southern In Search of a Holiday 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Edmund Hockridge


Friday 10th March 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Alan Price Set

Rog Whittaker

BBC1 (Scotland) Studio A

contents unknown

Anglia About Anglia 6.05 - 6.35 pm

Vince Hill


Saturday 11th March 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Pete Murray, Reita Farla (Miss World), David Symons, Judy Geeson

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

I’ve Got A Little Song Here

BBC2 The Rolf Harris Show 8.20 - 9.05 pm

Sandie Shaw

BBC1 Shani Wallis 11.32 pm - end

Southern As You Like It 5:15 - 5:40 pm (first in series)

Hosted by Pete Murray

The Beatles - Penny Lane (promo clip)

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Adam Faith

Julie Felix

Kiki Dee

ABC Doddy’s Music Box 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

The Hollies (possibly with Tony Newman on drums)

Keith

Ulster Hello There

Vince Hill

ATV On The Braden Beat 11.30 pm - 12.00 am

Malcolm Roberts


Sunday 12th March 1967

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

NB The opening credit sequence accidentally catches a view of the host's cue cards in the orchestra pit

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

Trini Lopez

Françoise Hardy

Edmund Hockridge

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

The Byrds

Otis Redding


Monday 13th March 1967

BBC1 Blue Peter 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Jawbone Jug Band – The Mobile Line

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.35 - 11.05 pm

from the University of East Anglia, Norwich


Tuesday 14th March 1967

Rediffusion A Little Bit Of Irish 9.40 - 10.40 pm

Bing Crosby in Ireland special

Channel Piano Rendezvous 6.15 - 6.35 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Gangway

Cat Stevens


Thursday 16th March 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

NB Simon & Garfunkel were scheduled to record a clip of At The Zoo today for future inclusion, while The Byrds were also due to record a clip on 15th March.

Hosted by Alan Freeman

The Alan Price Set - Simon Smith & His Amazing Dancing Bear (repeat 9th March 1967)

Cliff Richard - It's All Over (NB his first personal appearance on the show)

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me (repeat)

The Seekers - Georgy Girl (promo clip)

Harry Secombe - This Is My Song

The Troggs - Give It To Me (repeat 23rd February 1967)

Lee Dorsey - Rain Rain Go Away

Whistling Jack Smith - I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman (promo clip)

The Dave Clark Five - You Got What It Takes (film clip)

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Françoise Hardy

Rediffusion The Duke Wore Jeans

movie with Tommy Steele


Friday 17th March 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roy Orbison

BBC1 (Brighton) The Big Break 10:52 pm - end

The story of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

AR Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Gerry Marsden is judge for the semi-final the talent show

The Hope Sisters (singing trio)

Stephen McIroy (harmonica player)

The Scepters (pop group)

Granada Scene 10.40 - 11.05 pm

Georgie Fame - Because I Love You


Saturday 18th March 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Alan Freeman, Julia Foster, Maggie Clews, Simon Dee

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

Dance, Monkees, Dance

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.05 - 8.50 pm

content unknown

BBC1 Johnny Mathis and His Orchestra 11:20 pm – end

BBC2 The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem 9.40 - 10.20 pm

live at the Ulster Hall, Belfast

ABC Mike And Bernie’s Music Hall 5:45 - 6:30 pm (first in series)

Rita Pavone

Southern As You Like It 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Hosted by Muriel Young

Dave Berry

Cliff Richard (film clip)

Anita Harris

Julie Rogers

The Beatles (film clip)

The Alan Price Set - Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear (with bears from Southampton Zoo on set)


Sunday 19th March 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.10 pm

Barbara McNair

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

Shirley Bassey

The Dudley Moore Trio

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

NB Otis Redding was due to appear

Cathy McGowan

Harry Secombe - This Is My Song


Monday 20th March 1967

BBC1 The Carl-Alan Awards 1966-67 9:55 - 10:35 pm

Spencer Davis accepts award on behalf of The Spencer Davis Group

Joe Loss

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.35 - 11.05 pm

Sonny Rollins and Max Roach (Reading University)


Tuesday 21st March 1967

BBC1 Making A Song and Dance Of It 10.52 - 11.17 pm

The English Folk Dance and Song Society Festival, the Royal Albert Hall, London

Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick


Wednesday 22nd March 1967

Ulster unknown show

Bert Jansch


Thursday 23rd March 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Simon Dee

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me

Georgie Fame - Because I Love You

Manfred Mann - Ha Ha Said The Clown

Otis Redding - Day Tripper

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String

The Small Faces - Just Passing

The Supremes - Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (disc)

Val Doonican - Memories Are Made Of This (repeat 2nd March 1967)

Vince Hill - Edelweiss (repeat 9th March 1967) NB the singer was due to appear live, but had fallen ill with flu

Whistling Jack Smith - I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beverley Sisters - medley of 'Togetherness' songs


Friday 24th March 1967 Good Friday

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Troggs


Saturday 25th March 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Jayne Mansfield, Pete Murray, Lulu, Jimmy Savile

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.15 - 6.40 pm

I Was A Teenage Monster

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.10 - 8.55 pm

Sandie Shaw

Vikki Carr

Roger Whittaker

ABC Mike and Bernie’s Music Hall 6.20 - 7.00 pm

Anita Harris

Vince Hill

ABC Lucy In London 9:10 - 10:05 (UK ABC and USA CBS co-production)

Lucille Ball special

Theme by Phil Spector (Lucy Goes Mod In London)

Anthony Newley plays Lucy's chauffeur

The Dave Clark Five - in song and dance routine on Thames embankment


Sunday 26th March 1967 Easter Sunday

BBC1 Frost Over England 7.25 - 8.00 pm

Julie Felix

ATV The London Palladium Show - cancelled, but due to feature The New Vaudeville Band, Engelbert Humperdinck

ATV The Heart Of Show Business 7.55 - 10.00 pm

An Aberfan disaster charity show – shown instead of The London Palladium Show, shot in colour. Filmed over five months in eight different locations. The Rolling Stones had contributed something that was considered unsuitable for the nature of the show, while The Beatles declined to appear and Frank Sinatra didn't even reply to his invitation.

Tom Jones - My Prayer, The Green Green Grass Of Home

Lulu - Blowin' In The Wind, That Lucky Old Sun, It's A Good Day

Shirley Bassey - The Impossible Dream, Let Me Sing and I'm Happy, Shirley

Tommy Steele (with children from the Corona stage school) - The King's New Clothes (excerpts)

Frankie Vaughan - Cabaret, The Very Thought Of You

Sammy Davis Jr - A Song In My Heart, Where Or When, On A Clear Day (NB Not only did Sammy Davis Jr fly in especially to perform but hung around the studio helping out where possible. He ended up holding the cue cards for Elizabeth Taylor)

The Pendyrus Choir - The Old Woman, Nidaros

Georgia Brown

Millicent Martin - Dance Little Lady, Out Of This World

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

NB Broadcast from Alpha Studios, Birmingham

Jackie Trent


Monday 27th March 1967 Bank Holiday

BBC1 Till Closing Time Do Us Part 8.20 - 9.00 pm (special)

Kenny Lynch (as himself)

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.40 - 11.10 pm

Woody Herman


Tuesday 28th March 1967

BBC1 Frank Sinatra: A Man And His Music part two 8:00 - 8:50 pm

Nancy Sinatra

NB A Petula Clark special was moved to accommodate this


Thursday 30th March 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The Byrds were penciled in for an appearance

Hosted by Pete Murray

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String (repeat 23rd March 1967)

Cat Stevens - I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun

The Alan Price Set - Simon Smith & His Amazing Dancing Bear

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze

Dusty Springfield - I'll Try Anything (repeat 23rd February 1967)

Cliff Richard - It's All Over (repeat 16th March 1967)

Frank & Nancy Sinatra - Something Stupid (film clip)

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Touch Me Touch Me

The Supremes - Love Is Here And Now You're Gone

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me number one (repeat)

BBC1 Nixon at Nine-Five 9.05 - 9.35 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

The Four Freshmen


Friday 31st March 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Manfred Mann

Dave Berry

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.17 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

BBC1 (Scotland) Studio A (last in series)

Robin Hall and Robin Macgregor


Saturday 1st April 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

Jury - Una Stubbs, Alan Freeman, Virginia Ironside, Simon Dee

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:40 - 7:05 pm

Son Of A Gypsy!

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8.40 - 9.25 pm

Sandie Shaw

The Dudley Moore Trio

The Dallas Boys

ABC Mike & Bernie’s Music Hall 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Janie Marden

The Morgan-James Duo


Sunday 2nd April 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

The Lettermen

ABC Frankie & Bruce’s Show 4.00 - 5.30 pm (repeat of Frank and Bruce's Christmas Show 24th December 1966)

Cilla Black

Tom Jones

The Kaye Sisters

ABC The Song Break 6.35 - 6.50 pm

The Joy Strings

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

The Walker Brothers - My Kind Of Town, Lara's Theme (NB Scott and John both did solos, but not Gary. It was after seeing this show that Scott Walker decided to split The Walker Brothers)

Engelbert Humperdinck (delayed from 26th March 1967)

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

NB Broadcast from Glasgow

The Dubliners


Monday 3rd April 1967

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

The Barron Knights

ATV Tom Jones! 10:05 - 10:35 pm (first in series)

Tom takes a musical look at work

Tom Jones – Sixteen Tons, A Hard Day’s Night, Whistle While You Work

Maxine Brown

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.00 - 5.25 pm (first in series)

Hosted by David Hamilton

Millie Small

The Bill Hutchinson Trio

Scottish The Music People (first of thirteen shows)

The series will feature Libby Morris, Janie Marden, Kenny Lynch, The Kaye Sisters, Vince Hill, Susan Maughan, Edmund Hockridge, David Kernan, Mark Murphy, Joe McBride, Ronnie Hilton, with The Morgan-James Duo and Ivor Emmanual provisionally booked


Tuesday 4th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6:25 - 7:05 pm (first in series)

Hosted by Simon Dee with co-host Lance Percival

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe (NB Hendrix lost his voice shortly before the live transmission)

Cat Stevens

Kiki Dee


Wednesday 5th April 1967

BBC2 The Alex Campbell Show (probably Scotland only)

Sandy Denny


Thursday 6th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6:25 - 7:05 pm

Co hosed by Humphrey Lyttelton

Dusty Springfield

Anita Harris

The Peddlers

The Gibsons

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The Move were penciled in for an appearance. The Pink Floyd were said to make their Pops debut tonight with Arnold Layne, but the promo clip was more than likely to be used. Producer Stanley Dorfman, talking to Melody Maker said of both acts "We filmed The Floyd and The Move before last week's show because they were both playing out of town on Thursday night. Naturally we wanted to get the film in the can in case their new records entered the chart. In fact on our combined chart the Floyd dropped three places so it ruled them out of the show".

Hosted by Jimmy Savile

Chart run down and number one record

Georgie Fame - Because I Love You

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Touch Me Touch Me (repeat 30th March 1967)

The Truth - Walk Away Renee (Tip For The Top)

Four Tops - Bernadette

Lulu - The Boat That I Row

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze (repeat 30th March 1967)

The Monkees - A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You (film clip)

Manfred Mann - Ha Ha Said The Clown

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me number one (repeat)

BBC1 The Frost Report on Money 9.15 - 9.40 pm

Julie Felix - I'm Just A Country Girl

BBC2 Hold Down A Chord 7:25 - 7:40 pm

First in long-running series of guitar instruction show hosted by John Pearse

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton

Jazz From a swinging Era part one - Earl Hines with Buck Clayton, Roy Eldridge, Bud Freeman etc


Friday 7th April 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4:55 - 5:40 pm (first in series)

Joe Brown inherits a TV station JB-TV from his uncle and he runs it with The Barron Knights and comedian Johnny Stewart

The Barron Knights (resident group)

Whistling Jack Smith - I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman

Granada Friday Scene 10.40 - 11.05 pm

Manfred Mann


Saturday 8th April 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

NB The show reverts back it its celebrities only panel format

Jury - Jimmy Savile, Maggie London, Polly Devlin, Michael D’Abo

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

Monkees In The Ring

BBC1 The Eurovision Song Contest: Grand Prix 1967 10.00 - 11.45 pm

Live from Vienna

UK entry and winner: Sandie Shaw – Puppet on a String (NB her legendary manager Eve Taylor bet Pye Records boss Louis Benjamin that she wouldn't win)

ABC Mike And Bernie’s Music Hall 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 8.00 pm

Malcolm Roberts

Cathy McGowan


Sunday 9th April 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm (first of six editions)

A national folk song competition which attracted over 3000 entries

1 - Man and His Feelings

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall & Jimmie Macgregor

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Burl Ives

ABC The Song Break 6.35 - 6.55 pm

The Joy Strings

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

The Bachelors - Oh How I Miss You

Freddie & The Dreamers

Mireille Mathieu

Lonnie Donegan

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

NB Broadcast from Cardiff

Jayne Mansfield

Cindy Williams – Eyes Of A Man

Ivor Emmanuel


Monday 10th April 1967

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

Channel Ray Ellington 6.15 - 6.35 pm

possibly the A Date With shows

ATV Tom Jones! 10.10 - 10.40 pm

Tom takes a musical look at mystery and imagination

Tom Jones

Alan Price

Southern Monday South 10.40 - 11.10 pm

Preview on the first Brighton Festival which is due to have The Who, Georgie Fame, Crispian St Peteres, Cleo Laine

Anglia unknown show

Georgie Fame


Tuesday 11th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Co hosted by Ted Ray

Vikki Carr

Lulu

Manfred Mann

Paul Jones

BBC2 Cool Of The Evening 8.55 - 9.10 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

NB Gerry Marsden begins a six week residency on the show

including Gerry Marsden's Music Quiz

Channel The Norman Allen Band Show 6.15 - 6.35 pm


Thursday 13th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 6.35 pm

Dakota Staton

Paul and Barry Ryan

The New Vaudeville Band

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman (according to Disc magazine Freeman was letting people know "In one week at a health farm I shed 22 pounds.")

NB The Pink Floyd were due to appear

Cliff Richard - It's All Over

Frank & Nancy Sinatra - Something Stupid (promo clip)

The Dubliners - Seven Drunken Nights

Georgie Fame - Because I Love You (repeat 6th April 1967)

The Move - I Can Hear The Grass Grow

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String (repeat 23rd March 1967)

Cat Stevens - I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun (repeat 30th March 1967)

The Shadows - Maroc 7 (promo clip)

Rolf Harris - Fijian Girl

BBC1 The Frost Report on Women 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Someday Soon

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Sid Millward and the Nitwits


Friday 14th April 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Joe Brown

Lulu - The Boat That I Row

Georgie Fame - Because I Love You

The Barron Knights

BBC2 Call My Bluff 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Julie Felix on the panel

Rediffusion Russ Conway’s Gaslight Show 9:10 - 9:55 pm

A variety show set in a pub

Russ Conway plays the club owner

Marty Wilde as a singing barman

Judy Cannon as singing waitress

The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band

Professor Bruce Lacey

George Chisholm


Saturday 15th April 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.50 pm

NB Host Jacobs had criticised the quality of the record chosen this week. He said the following Tuesday in Disc "After the programme, I had four representatives of the record companies phoning me to say they were ashamed of the records released that week." According to the NME "Sheila Southern's record didn't deserve Pete Murray's rudeness"

Jury - Pete Murray, Nyree Dawn Porter, Ray Davies, Charlotte Bingham

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

The Case Of The Missing Monkee

BBC1 The Black and White Minstrel Show 8.45 - 9.30 pm

Lyn and Graham McCarthy

BBC2 Show Of The Week: Tony Bennett Sings 10:20 - 11:05 pm

ABC Mike & Bernie’s Music Hall 6.20 - 7.30 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Vikki Carr


Sunday 16th April 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

2 - Man and His Feelings

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Vikki Carr

Liberace

ATV The Short Makers 2.15 - 2.40 pm

Pater Watkins talks about his film Privilege

Paul Jones - Set Me Free (from film)

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

Frank Ifield - Daybreak, I Only Have Eyes For You, Funny How Time Slips Away, You Came Along From Out of Nowhere

Mireille Mathieu

Jane Morgan

Roy Budd - I'll Remember April, Pick Yourself Up

The New Vaudeville Band

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Tom Jones

Carmen McRae - Alfie


Monday 17th April 1967

BBC1 Jackanory: William and the Pop Group 4.40 - 4.55 pm

a Just William story read by David Tomlinson

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 10.55 pm - end

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Manic Depression

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

ATV Tom Jones! 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Tom takes a musical look at night and day

Tom Jones

Julie Rogers


Tuesday 18th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Nina Simone (NB Nina was somewhat taken aback as Dee tried to kiss her hand)

David and Jonathan

The King Brothers

Julie Felix

Engelbert Humperdinck

BBC1 Room At The Bottom 7.30 - 8.00 pm

Kenny Lynch (acting role)

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Includes Gerry Marsden’s Musical Quiz

ABC Idle On Parade movie with Anthony Newley 7.30 - 8.55 pm

Anglia Survival: The Camargue 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Music by Johnny Dankworth


Wednesday 19th April 1967

Tyne Tees unknown show

Georgie Fame


Thursday 20th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

NB Tony Bennett had been penciled in to appear

Lonnie Donegan

Donovan

Jackie Trent

The Alan Haven Trio

The Karlins

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

NB Warm Sounds had been penciled in to appear

Hosted by Pete Murray

Frank & Nancy Sinatra - Something Stupid (promo clip)

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze (repeat 30th March 1967)

Manfred Mann - Ha Ha Said The Clown (the host presents the band with an award)

The Move - I Can Hear The Grass Grow

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String

David & Jonathan - Gilly Gilly Ossenfeffer Katzenellen Bogen By The Sea (Tip For The Top)

P.P.Arnold - The First Cut Is The Deepest

The Turtles - Happy Together (film clip from USA of band fooling around)

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden

BBC1 The Frost Report on the Armed Forces 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Hundred Men

BBC2 Outlook: The Folk Guitar 7.25 - 7.40 pm

Hold Down A Chord

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Buddy Rich & His Orchestra

Rediffusion Reporting ‘67 6:25 - 6.55 pm

Andrew Gardener reports on the Hippies of San Francisco


Friday 21st April 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Joe Brown

The Barron Knights

Peter and Gordon

The Lynton Boys


Saturday 22nd April 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Paul Jones, Gerald Harper, Andee Silver, Janet Munro

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

The Chaperone

BBC1 Petula Clark 8:35 - 9:20 pm

Live at the ‘Talk Of The Town’

BBC2 Show Of The Week: Dickie Henderson 7.40 - 8.25 pm

Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson

ABC Mike & Bernie’s Music Hall 6.20 - 7.00 pm, on ATV 5.45 - 6.30 pm

Julie Rogers - You Got What It Takes

Dick Haymen - Let's Fall In Love, Lonesome Road


Sunday 23rd April 1967

BBC1 The Lucy Show 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Tennessee Ernie Ford

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

3 - Man and His Fellows

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Mireille Mathieu

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Ted Rogers

Malcolm Roberts

Jane Morgan - Edith Piaf medley

The Rockin' Berries - Eurovision Song Contest routine

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Vikki Carr

The Bachelors


Monday 24th April 1967

BBC1 The Good Old Days 9.55 - 10.35 pm

Ronnie Hilton

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

ATV Tom Jones! 10.10 - 10.40 pm

Tom takes a musical look at love and marriage

Tom Jones

Anita Harris


Tuesday 25th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Tremeloes

Dickie Valentine

Dave Berry

Marian Montgomery

Sheila Southern

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz


Wednesday 26th April 1967

BBC1 The Record Star Show 6:17 - 6:45 pm

Organised by the Stars’ Organisation for Spastics, recorded at the Empire Pool, Wembley the previous week

Hosted by David Jacobs, Simon Dee, Pete Murray, Don Moss, Alan Freeman

Freddie and The Dreamers

New Vaudeville Band

Gene Pitney

Geno Washington and his Ram Jam Band

The Tremeloes

Lulu

Paul Jones

Alan Price


Thursday 27th April 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Alan Price

Maureen Evans

Malcolm Roberts

Stephane Grappelli

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 -8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (he might have worn a very short mini skirt on the show)

Chart run down and number one record

Jeff Beck - Hi Ho Silver Lining (according to reviews he didn't look happy performing the song)

Lulu - The Boat That I Row

The Dubliners - Seven Drunken Nights (film clip directed by Peter Whitehead)

Cat Stevens - I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun (repeat)

The Mamas & The Papas - Dedicated To The One I Love (promo clip)

Warm Sounds - The Birds and The Bees

The Who - Pictures Of Lily

Tom Jones - Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String number one (repeat 30th March 1967)

BBC1 The Frost Report on Advertising 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Who Will Buy This Beautiful Morning

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Morey Amsterdan with The Dennis Wilson Quartet


Friday 28th April 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Joe Brown

The Barron Knights

Manfred Mann - Ha Ha Said The Clown

Alan Smethurst (The Singing Postman)

Grampian The George Kidd Show

The Warm Sounds - The Birds and The Bees


Saturday 29th April 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Vikki Carr, Annette Wills

Guest -

Records featured - The Happenings "I Got Rhythm"

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

Monkees a la Carte

BBC2 Show Of The Week: Vikki Carr 7.40 - 8.25 pm

ABC Opportunity Knocks 6.20 - 7.05 pm, on ATV 5:45 - 6:30 pm (first in new series)

Eddie Grant (not The Equals guitarist)

The In-Sect


Sunday 30th April 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

4 - Man and His Fellows

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Eddy Arnold

ABC The Song Break 6.35 - 6.55 pm

The Joy Strings

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

Frankie Avalon - It's A Most Unusual Day / Girl From Ipanema, Call Me, Satin Doll

Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen - Samantha, So Do I, While We Danced to the Mardi Gras

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - epilogue

Engelbert Humperdinck


Monday 1st May 1967

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Anita Harris

ATV Tom Jones! 10.05 - 10.35 pm

Tom takes a musical look at money

Tom Jones

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small


Tuesday 2nd May 1967

BBC1 News 5.50 - 5.58 pm

Nancy Sinatra in London

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Helen Shapiro

Humphrey Lyttelton

The Roy Budd Trio

Vince Hill - Roses of Picardy

Lyn and Graham McCarthy

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Channel The Norman Allen Band Show 6.15 - 6.35 pm

Granada Simon & Garfunkel 11:35 pm - 12:00 am part one

ITN Archive logs all the songs as He Was My Brother, The Leaves That Are Green, A Most Peculiar Man, Homeward Bound, For Emily, The Dangling Conversation, 59th Street Bridge Song, Richard Cory, Silent Night / 7 O’Cock News, Hazy Shade Of Winter, At The Zoo, Cloudy, Benedictus, Blessed, Poem On The Underground Wall, I Am A Rock, Anji, The Sound Of Silence


Wednesday 3rd May 1967

BBC2 The Cool of The Evening 9.20 - 9.30 pm

The Ronnie Ross Quintet


Thursday 4th May 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Georgie Fame

Rosemary Squires

Milra (singer from Italy)

Cat Stevens

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Cat Stevens was penciled in to appear

Hosted by Alan Freeman

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze

The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset

The Monkees - A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You (film clip)

The Move - I Can Hear The Grass Grow (likely to have been recorded 26th April according to Melody Maker)

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String (repeat)

The Who - Pictures Of Lily (repeat 27th April 1967)

Chris Farlowe - Yesterday's Papers

Neil Diamond - Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden (repeat 20th April 1967) (NB introduced by the host as The Fortunes)

BBC1 The Frost Report on Parliament 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Jean Pierre Aumont and Marisa Pavan with Roger Williams


Friday 5th May 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Joe Brown

The Barron Knights

The Gibsons


Saturday 6th May 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury scheduled to be broadcast 5.15 - 5.40 pm

NB A live broadcast - knowing that there was a live sporting event before the host was standing by to make an apology if it should run overtime

Jury - Val Doonican, Sandie Shaw, Isobel Black, Alan Freeman

Guest -

Records featured - The Supremes, Vince Hill, Manfred Mann, Elvis Presley

Live Davis Cup tennis cut eleven minutes off the show, and as a result several records were cut - The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset, The Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Wind Cries Mary, Simon Dupree and The Big Sound - Day Time Night Time, Bob Dylan - Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat, The New Vaudeville Band - Finchley Central

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

The Monkees At The Circus

BBC1 The Benny Hill Show 8.30 - 9.15 pm

Julie Rogers


Sunday 7th May 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

5 - Man and His Faith

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor

BBC1 Serious Charge 7.25 - 9.00 pm

Movie with Cliff Richard

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

The Seekers - Come The Day, Georgy Girl, The Rattler, Olive Tree, Pearly Gates

Lonnie Donegan - The Battle of New Orleans, Chinatown / Harvest Moon / For Me and My Gal / Tipperary, Chesapeake Bay

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Billy Cotton


Monday 8th May 1967

BBC1 Herb Alpert & His Tijuana Brass 9:05 - 9:30 pm

BBC1 Mickey Dunne 9.40 - 10.30 pm (first in series)

Theme sung by Vince Hill

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

ATV Tom Jones! 10.10 - 10.40 pm

Takes a musical look from the twenties to the sixties

Tom Jones

Vikki Carr


Tuesday 9th May 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Val Doonican

The Searchers

Anita Harris

Adge Cutler & The Wurzels

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Southern As You Like It 7:00 - 7:30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

Adam Faith talks to passengers and staff on an Amsterdam-bound aircraft and gets their song requests

Sandie Shaw

The Dave Clark Five

Manfred Mann - Sweet pea (Mike D'Abo seen playing piano on this instrumental)

Alan Smethurst (The Singing Postman)

Adam Faith & Sandie Shaw - Something Stupid

Granada Simon & Garfunkel 11:35 pm - 12:00 am part two


Wednesday 10th May 1967

BBC2 Man Alive: Top Class People 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Desmond Wilcox talks to working class successes

Sandie Shaw

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

The Rolling Stones – Mick, Brian and Keith drugs charges


Thursday 11th May 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Move

The Peddlers

Donald Peers

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich and The Jimi Hendrix Experience were penciled in to appear

Hosted by Pete Murray

Lulu - The Boat That I Row (NB Lulu's mother said to her backstage "That Maurice Gibb, I think he fancies you.")

The Dubliners - Seven Drunken Nights (promo clip)

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String (repeat)

The Bee Gees - New York Mining Disaster

The Shadows - Bombay Duck (promo clip)

Arthur Conley - Sweet Soul Music (disc)

The New Vaudeville Band - Finchley Central

Val Doonican - Two Streets

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden (repeat 20th April 1967) (NB The host introduces the record as "The Sound Of Silence")

BBC1 The Frost Report on the Countryside 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - unknown song

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Buddy Greco

Frankie Avalon

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

The Rolling Stones – Brian Jones released on bail


Friday 12th May 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Joe Brown

The Barron Knights

The New Vaudeville Band - Finchley Central

Grampian The George Kidd Show

Mal Hollander


Saturday 13th May 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Cliff Richard (Cliff's first appearance on the show since 1961), Anita Harris, Laila Pasha (from BBC's Overseas service), Roy Hudd

Guest -

Records featured - The Walker Brothers, Nancy Sinatra, Lee Dorsey (NB Laila Pasha tried to compare Dorsey's record to another to which it bore no resemblance and she was rebuked by the host for her trouble. She also claimed the Nancy and Frank Sinatra duet "was somewhat incestuous" only to have Jacobs exclaim "what absolute rubbish!")

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

The Prince and The Pauper

BBC2 Show of the Week 7.45 - 8.20 pm

Georgia Brown

ABC Opportunity Knocks 6.20 - 7.00 pm

The Kenny Pete Five (singing group)

Roy Dell (singer)

ATV On The Braden Beat 11.30 pm - 12.00 am

Tricia Money - I Remember You


Sunday 14th May 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

6 - Man and His Faith

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor

BBC1 The Look Of The Week 11.10 - 11.35 pm

Pink Floyd - Pow R Toc H, Interviewed by Hans Keller, Astronome Domine

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Blossom Dearie

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Jack Benny

Kiki Dee - Up Tight

Vince Hill - Edelweiss, chat with host Jack Benny, Roses of Picardy

Dusty Springfield (with Kiki Dee) - Come Back To Me, Give Me Time

Max Bygraves - walks on the middle of one of Jack Benny's routines to tell a joke

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Roy Castle


Monday 15th May 1967

BBC1 Mickey Dunne: If Anyone Calls I’m In the Doghouse 9.05 - 9.55 pm

The Koobas - three songs including Gypsy Fred

BBC2 Theatre 625: The Fantasist 9.05 - 10.35 pm

Gordon Waller (plays a DJ)

The Marmalade - Can't Stop Now (also used as the theme)

The GoJos

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small


Tuesday 16th May 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Lena Martell

The Dubliners

Clinton Ford

Warm Sounds - The Birds and The Bees

Southern As You Like It 7.00 - 7.30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

Georgie Fame

The Tremeloes

The Herd - I Can Fly (film of band inter cut with film of old flying machines)

Lulu talks to shoppers at Petticoat Lane

Cat Stevens & Lulu - I Got You Babe (NB according to Disc Cat had to be persuaded to do a duet as "A duet wouldn't be right for my image.")

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland

including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Granada On Air 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 17th May 1967

BBC2 Man Alive: What Is A Happening? 8:05 - 8:35 pm

The 14 Hour Technicolor Dream at the Alexandra Palace, London

John Lennon seen in the crowd, The Creation, The Flies

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 11.15 pm - end

The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Granada On Air 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Thursday 18th May 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Kinks

Paul Jones

Ronnie Hilton

The Caravelles

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile

The Beach Boys - Then I Kissed Her (promo clip)

Engelbert Humperdinck - There Goes My Everything (NB interrupting his holiday in Portugal to appear)

Jeff Beck - Hi Ho Silver Lining

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Wind Cries Mary (repeat)

The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset (repeat 4th May 1967)

The Mamas & The Papas - Dedicated To The One I Love (disc)

The Troggs - Night Of The Long Grass

The Who - Pictures Of Lily (repeat 27th April 1967)

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden

BBC1 The Frost Report on Industry 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Keep That Wheel A Turnin'

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Buddy Greco

Frankie Avalon

Joannie Sommers

Granada On Air 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 19th May 1967

BBC1 Joe And Co 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Joe Brown

The Barron Knights

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden

The Warm Sounds

Granada On Air 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Grampian The George Kidd Show

Toni Eden (singer)

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 8.25 - 8.55 pm (first in series, shown in ITV different regions on different days)

NB Each show would feature one member of the guest group in a solo spot, either music or comedy

Hank Marvin & Bruce Welch - in sketch with Des, plus song on their own


Saturday 20th May 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:25 - 5:50 pm

Jury - Leslie Crowther, Julie Felix, Kiki Dee, Kenny Everett (NB Shirley Ann-Filed also seen instead of Kiki Dee)

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:50 - 7.15 pm

Monkees On The Line

BBC1 The Best Of Benny Hill 8.30 - 9.15 pm

Patsy Ann Noble

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.20 pm

Bobby Darin in London, The BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush

Don't Rain On My Parade, About A Quarter To Nine, Once Upon A Time, I Wish I Were In Love Again, Mack The Knife, chats to audience, One For My Baby, impressions of film stars, That's All

ATV On The Braden Beat 11.30 pm - 12.00 am

Georgie Fame


Sunday 21st May 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.15 - 6.55 pm

6 - The final

Nadia Cattouse

Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor

BBC1 The Look Of The Week 11.00 pm - end

Mick Jagger interview

BBC2 Cool of the Evening 10.35 - 10.50 pm

Larry Adler

ATV Secombe And Friends 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Davy Jones

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05pm - end

Julie Rogers

Engelbert Humperdinck


Monday 22nd May 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

The Cricket in Times Square read by Julie Felix

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm (first in series)

A talent show for singers and groups new to television

Kathy Jones - This Is My Song

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

Scottish Music People

Edmund Hockridge - There's Nothing Like A Dame, Figaro, Make It Easy On Yourself


Tuesday 23rd May 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

The Cricket in Times Square read by Julie Felix

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Troggs

Susan Maughan

Jose Feliciano

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

Foggy Dew-O - Reflections

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Southern As You Like It  7.00 - 7.30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

Paul Jones (roving compere at transport cafe in Doncaster)

Julie Felix

P P Arnold

The Move (film of group at a mad hatter's type tea party)

The Kinks

Warm Sounds (filmed by the seaside)

Chris Andrews


Wednesday 24th May 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

The Cricket in Times Square read by Julie Felix

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

The John Evans Smash - Take The Easy Way (this band would later became Jethro Tull)

ATV Cliff Richard 9:40 - 10:25 pm

NB The show was tentatively titled Cliff Sings

Move It, Hang On To A Dream, Meditation, Esso Besso (dance routine), Don't Go Breaking My Heart (The Breakaways), Fly Me To The Moon, unknown, I Saw Her Standing There (dance routine), I'll Come Running, ? (Glen Weston), In The Country, FBI (vocal version), Baby It's You, Shout


Thursday 25th May 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

The Cricket in Times Square read by Julie Felix

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:40 – 8:00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman

NB This edition was cut to twenty minutes due to European football, while Samantha Juste was hospitalised so didn't appear

It's possible that The Who were meant to perform Pictures Of Lily according to the previous Saturdays' Where It's At on the Light Programme, while Mitch Ryder, Arthur Conley and The Moody Blues were penciled in to appear

Dusty Springfield - Give Me Time

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Okay (a Russian doll, Ivan, which had been given to Dave Dee by his Cossack dancing teacher accompanied them on this performance)

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale

The Supremes - The Happening (disc)

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden

BBC1 The Frost Report on Culture 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Add Libby with Libby Morris

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

Bill Brennan - Tender Ladies


Friday 26th May 1967

BBC1 Jackanory 4.40 - 4.55 pm

The Cricket in Times Square read by Julie Felix

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.17 - 6.40 pm

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

The Cumbrian Folk - The New York Girls

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 8.25 - 8.55 pm

The New Faces


Saturday 27th May 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

Jury - Dusty Springfield, Keith Barron, Judith Chalmers, Mickie Most

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.40 - 7.05 pm

Monkees Get Out More Dirt

BBC1 The Black and White Minstrel Show 8.30 - 9.15 pm

Eddie Calvert

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.20 pm

Vera Lynn

Malcolm Roberts


Sunday 28th May 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.10 pm

Vikki Carr

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

NB Although Bob Monkhouse does his usual opening monologue he drops the topical gags as the show was pre-recorded the previous Sunday. The Palladium was being used on the weekend of the 28th for a rehearsal of the Ken Dodd Show

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

Cilla Black – What Good Am I

Dickie Valentine - two songs

Errol Garner

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show (scheduled, but not shown)

Engelbert Humperdinck

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

(possibly) The Walker Brothers were due to perform Walking In The Rain, but cancelled as they decided to spilt

Topol

Arthur Tracey - Marta (singing in the audience)


Monday 29th May 1967 Bank Holiday

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Pat & Olivia (Pat Carroll & Olivia Newton-John)

Southern The Claude François Show 10:05 - 10:35 pm

Claude François


Tuesday 30th May 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

David Garrick

The Tinkers

Milva (singer from Italy)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Southern As You Like It  7.00 - 7.30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

Peter and Gordon

Anita Harris

Zoot Money

Gerry Marsden (this week's roving compere)

Petula Clark - Don't Sleep In The Subway (film clip of Clark in Hollywood)


Wednesday 31st May 1967

BBC1 Tomorrow's World 7.00 - 7.25 pm

Blossom Dearie - sings with an electronic drum machine

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Red Skelton Hour 6.30 - 7.30 pm

Pat Boone


Thursday 1st June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Julie Rogers

The Frugal Sound

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Dusty Springfield penciled in to appear

Hosted by Pete Murray

Engelbert Humperdinck - There Goes My Everything (repeat 18th May 1967)

The Hollies - Carrie-Anne

The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset

The Small Faces - Here Comes The Nice

Arthur Conley - Sweet Soul Music (The GoJos)

The New Vaudeville Band - Finchley Central (repeat 11th May 1967)

P.P.Arnold - The First Cut Is The Deepest

Vince Hill - Roses Of Picardy

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden (repeat)

BBC1 The Frost Report on Transport 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Early Morning Rain

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Jazz From a Swinging Era part two - Earl Hines with Buck Clayton, Roy Eldridge, Bud Freeman etc

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion In The Nick movie

with Anthony Newley


Friday 2nd June 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.17 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

Brian Jones in court appearance

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 8.25 - 8.55 pm

Malcolm Roberts

Judith Durham


Saturday 3rd June 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:10 - 5:35 pm

Jury - Bernard Cribbins, Amanda Barrie, Vince Hill, Anne Nightingale

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:25 - 7:00 pm

Alias Mickey Dolenz

BBC2 The Singing Barn 10.35 - 11.05 pm

Ryan Davies introduces folk and ballads


Sunday 4th June 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

The Brothers Four

Joannie Sommers

ABC The Song Break 6.35 - 6.50 pm

The Joy Strings

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Peter Nero

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - epilogue

content unknown


Monday 5th June 1967

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Patsy Ann Noble

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small


Tuesday 6th June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6:25 - 7:05 pm

NB The Turtles cancelled as Howard Kaylan was ill

The Dalys

Teddy Wilson and his trio

Los Brincos

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Southern As You Like It 7.00 - 7.30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Dave Dee – talks to visitors at London Zoo

Dave Dee & Kiki Dee – Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (NB Dave Dee forgets his words at one point)

The Troggs

Procol Harum

David Garrick


Wednesday 7th June 1967

BBC2 Cool Of The Evening 9.05 - 9.15 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Red Skelton Hour 6.30 - 7.30 pm

Anita Bryant

Scottish unknown show

Vince Hill - Roses of Picardy


Thursday 8th June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.35 - 7.05 pm

Dusty Springfield

Tom Rush

Los Brincos

Frankie Vaughan

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (wearing what Disc described as a "flowered bloomer suit with a zip up the front")

Chart run down and number one record

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Okay (repeat 25th May 1967)

The Young Idea - With A Little Help From My Friends

P.P.Arnold - The First Cut Is The Deepest

Engelbert Humperdinck - There Goes My Everything

New Vaudeville Band - Finchley Central (repeat 11th May 1967)

The Turtles - She'd Rather Be With Me (re-recorded vocal and ending of the song)

Cilla Black - What Good Am I

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale

BBC1 The Frost Report on Crime 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - She Was His Man (possible title)

BBC1 Three Swings On A Pendulum 9.30 - 10.20 pm

documentary with live clip of Herbie Goins & The Nightimers

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Barbara McNair with Duke Ellington & His Trio

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Nina and Frederick 10.57 - 11.06 pm


Friday 9th June 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC (Northern Ireland) My Kind of Music (first of four editions)

Hosted by Phil Coulter

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 8.25 - 8.55 pm

Roy Budd

Joy Beverley


Saturday 10th June 1967

NB The new ITV franchises are announced this weekend

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:10 - 5:35 pm

Jury - Gene Pitney, Georgia Brown, Lance Percival, Isobel Black

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Monkees Make The Scene

BBC2 Show Of The Week: Dick Gregory 7.40 - 8.25 pm

Nina Simone


Sunday 11th June 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Hosted by Bob Monkhouse

The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby, Silence Is Golden (NB the tambourine the group use for Silence Is Golden was stolen in Belfast and the drummer had just a few hours to find one before the broadcast, scouring Petticoat Lane and eventually finding a shop open in Denmark Street)

Ivor Emmanuel

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 12th June 1967

BBC2 Three Of A Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm (first in series)

Lulu

The Gojos (dance troupe)

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Scottish The Music People

Vince Hill


Tuesday 13th June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Small Faces (NB Steve Marriott has a moustache which was absent from his appearance on As You Like It thirty minutes later)

Marion Montgomery

Wayne Fontana

Johnny Dankworth

Tina Date (singer from Australia)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Southern As You Like It 7.00 - 7.30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

David Wigg talking to Fleet Street paper sellers, messenger boys and journalists from London's Evening News, owned by Associated Newspapers who had a financial interest in Southern Television

Cilla Black

The Small Faces

The Spectrum

The Bee Gees - New York Mining Disaster 1941 (film clip of band in a coal pit and a graveyard)

Billie Davis


Wednesday 14th June 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Thursday 15th June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Del Shannon

The Dubliners

The Karlins

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Neil Diamond was penciled in to appear but cancelled his UK trip, while Cliff Richard was also a possible. Samantha Juste commented in Disc the following week that badges/button were more popular than ever on the audience at the show and spotted ones saying "Kill LBJ - no more ugly children" and "Save water - shower together."

Hosted by Alan Freeman

Chart run down and number one record

Judith Durham - The Olive Tree (live) (NB According to a report in Disc the host nearly called her an ex-Seeker)

Cream - Strange Brew

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Okay (NB Oliver, a Pyrenean Mountain dog was on stage with the band)

Petula Clark - Don't Sleep In The Subway (film clip) NB Petula Clark would be in America for several months and was expected to film a clip for the single while there especially for TOTP. According to Disc, the film used showed her gazing at the horizon with the Atlantic ocean pounding breakers

The Hollies - Carrie-Anne (repeat 1st June 1967) NB It was a possibility that a promo clip was due to be used as Tony Hicks was in hospital. According to Disc "..the Hollies taped an appearance for today's (Thursday) "Top Of The Pops" and the film may also be used on "Dee Time"." However, according to a later report in Disc the band were "at full strength"

The Supremes - The Happening (audience dancing)

Traffic - Paper Sun (film clip of speedboats and planes, and not the promo clip the band had filmed)

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale number one (NB According to a report in Disc Gary Booker's had "a fading shade of voice". He also wore a Chinese pigtail. The band had wanted to screen their promo film clip alongside their in-person performance but the BBC banned it. A spokesman told Disc it was "not in keeping with the show". A Disc journalist who saw the film claimed it included scenes of the Vietnam war. Top Of The Pops' producer Johnnie Stewart told Disc "Some bits of the film were quite nice, but I don't like war pictures like that on my show." Gary Brooker defended the clip by saying "I felt it definitely reflected the mood of our song. There was nothing offensive about it." Fly Records have made the clip available on You Tube)

BBC1 The Frost Report on Europe 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Get Together

BBC1 I’m Gonna Ask You To Get Up Out Of Your Seat 9:30 - 10:25 pm (repeat)

Billy Graham documentary with Cliff Richard

BBC1 Hold Down A Chord 11.12 pm - end (first in series of repeats)

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Buddy Rich and His Orchestra

Granada Hancock’s 6.25 - 6.55 pm (first in series, made by the weekend channel ABC, but not actually shown by them)

Vikki Carr - Bye Bye Blackbird, & Tony Hancock (pretending to be a Mexican guitarist) - Granada, It Must Be Him


Friday 16th June 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 8.25 - 8.55 pm

Lonnie Donegan


Saturday 17th June 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:10 - 5:35 pm

NB At one point Rolf Harris reveals the real title of The Monkees' "Alternate Title" as "Randy Scouse Git" to the disdain of the host

Jury - Rolf Harris, Jackie Trent, David Symonds, Charlotte Rampling (NB Symonds had done the show before, referring to it as a "disaster")

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Monkees In The Movies

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.20 - 9.05 pm

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade of Pale

Eartha Kitt

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.20 pm

Nina and Frederick with The John Barry Orchestra


Sunday 18th June 1967

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

The Arbors

ATV Secombe & Friends 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Shirley Bassey

Dudley Moore

Kenneth McKellar

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show  11.05 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 19th June 1967

BBC2 Three of a Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small


Tuesday 20th June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

NB Neil Diamond was penciled in to appear but cancelled his UK trip

Jackie Trent

Lionel Bart

The Young Idea

The Bats

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

Channel The Norman Allen Band 6.15 - 6.35 pm

Southern As You Like It 7.00 - 7.30 pm

Hosted by Don Moss

Mike D'Abo in the King's Road, Chelsea

New Vaudeville Band

Jackie Trent

Procol Harum

The Hollies

The Young Idea

Lynn Holland


Wednesday 21st June 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Thursday 22nd June 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.35 - 7.05 pm

NB The Cream were penciled in to play Strange Brew. The show was cut to thirty minutes to accommodate coverage of cricket

The Bystanders

The Hollies - Carrie Ann (possibly a promo clip)

The Morgan-James Duo

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB It's reported on the Where's Eric! website that Cream recorded a track 21st June 1967 at Lime Grove for inclusion in tonight's show, but is not included, or it was possibly referring to the earlier broadcast of Dee Time

Hosted by Pete Murray (according to a later report in Disc he fluffed his lines, while Samantha Juste actually spoke on camera)

Cilla Black - What Good Am I (repeat 8th June 1967) NB A report in Disc (1st July 1967) said "Cilla Black's fallen for Dave Dee's dog Oliver, the snow white Pyrenean Mountain pup in last week's Top Of The Pops, and is buying one herself." There was a photo of her with the dog, which suggests that this might not have been a repeat clip

Engelbert Humperdinck - There Goes My Everything (repeat)

The Hollies - Carrie-Anne (promo clip) NB A later report in Disc claimed "we had a second glimpse of a rather brilliant Hollies film" which suggests the Dee Time clip earlier in the evening also used the promo clip

The Small Faces - Here Comes The Nice

The Troggs - Night Of The Long Grass (repeat 18th May 1967)

The Young Rascals - Groovin' (film clip of band in Central Park, New York)

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Okay (either a new clip with the dog or is a repeat of 15th June 1967)

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale (repeat, but a later report in Disc claims "we saw more of Gary Brooker's moustache than ever before")

BBC1 The Frost Report on Youth 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix - Try For The Sun

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Manitas de Plata

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Granada Hancock’s 6.25 - 6.55 pm (actually made by ABC)

content unknown


Friday 23rd June 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 5.05 - 5.49 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 Presenting Peter Nero 10:25 - 10:55 pm

Peter Nero

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 8.25 - 8.55 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck – There Goes My Everything

Vince Hill – Roses of Picardy

Engelbert Humperdinck and Vince Hill - medley of songs with girl’s names

Mrs Mills - in a comedy sketch


Saturday 24th June 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:10 - 5:35 pm

Jury - Del Shannon, Dawn Addams, Sheila Staefel, Pete Murray (NB Neil Diamond had been penciled in to appear on the panel but cancelled his UK trip)

Guest -

BBC1 The Monkees 6:35 - 7:00 pm (last in first series)

Monkees On Tour

BBC2 Show of the Week 7.40 - 8.25 pm

Eartha Kitt


Sunday 25th June 1967

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 7:25 - 7:55 pm

Jose Feliciano - Sunny

BBC1 Our World 7:55 - 10:00 pm

NB The show was seen by about sixty million people via the Early Bird / Lana Bird and ATS/B satellites.

The Beatles recording All You Need Is Love at EMI's recording studios, London. Also in attendance at the Beatles session were Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Keith Moon, Sam Hutt (Hank Wangford?), Gary Leeds, Marianne Faithfull, Jane Asher, Patti Boyd, Graham Nash.

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

Diahann Carroll

ABC The Blackpool Show 10:05 - 11:05 pm (first in second series)

Hosted by Dickie Henderson

Mel Torme

Patsy Ann Noble

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 - 11.50 pm

Matt Monro


Monday 26th June 1967

BBC2 Three Of A Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Singalong 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Hosted by David Hamilton, Millie Small

Scottish The Music People: Dickie Valentine


Tuesday 27th June 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Disney Wonderland 5.00 - 5.25 pm

Including Gerry Marsden’s Music Quiz

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

Mick Jagger in court

Channel The Norman Allen Band 6.15 - 6.35 pm

Southern As You Like It 7.00 - 7.30 pm

NB The show was pre-recorded Friday 23rd June 1967 with Sandie Shaw heading the bill, but the unannounced inclusion of a clip by Cilla Black led to a billing dispute. The clip of Cilla (effectively a repeat of her 13th June appearance) was cut from the final broadcast, leading to a shorter than normal show. Producer Mike Mansfield told Disc "On Monday I was 'phoned by Brian Epstein, who said that unless Cilla was switched to top billing, I was to cut her part in the show. On a matter of principle, I cut Cilla's spot." He also said "To Sandie's credit, she told me to give Cilla top billing rather than spoil the show."

Hosted by Don Moss, Jonathan King

John Walker - Annabella

Paul and Barry Ryan

Sandie Shaw - Tonight In Tokyo (filmed in Japanese garden in Virginia Water, Surrey)

Billy Fury

The Monkees - Alternate Title (film clip of band arriving at London airport)

Lulu

Jonathan King - Everyone's Gone To The Moon


Wednesday 28th June 1967

BBC2 Man Alive: The Ravers 8:05 - 8:35 pm

Documentary about ‘groupies’ featuring Simon Dupree & The Big Sound

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

Mick Jagger awaits sentencing on drugs charges

Anglia News 6.05 - 6.35 pm

Radio Caroline boarding party


Thursday 29th June 1967

BBC1 Blue Peter 4.55 - 5.20 pm

John Lennon’s psychedelic Rolls Royce in the studio

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm (but could have been reduced in length)

NB In Disc 22nd July 1967 producer Johnnie Stewart apologised for interruption to the shows on either 29th June or 6th July due to tennis from Wimbledon, "It broke my heart to let the fans down and only have half a show." A letter published in the 22nd July edition of Disc a fan complains that "the BBC cut one third of Top Of The Pops so that tennis lovers could see the end of an exciting (?) game."

NB Lulu was penciled in to appear, as was John Walker

Hosted by Jimmy Savile

Chart run down and number one record

Vikki Carr - It Must Be Him

Petula Clark - Don't Sleep In The Subway (promo clip)

Paul & Barry Ryan - Claire

Cliff Richard - I'll Come Running (apparently the name on his dressing room door said "Cliff Richards")

Engelbert Humperdinck - There Goes My Everything

The Turtles - She'd Rather Be With Me (audience dancing)

Cream - Strange Brew

The Monkees - Alternate Title (promo clip)

Micky Dolenz chats with host

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale number one (repeat)

BBC1 The Frost Report on Show Business 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Julie Felix

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

Keith Richards awaits sentencing

Granada Hancock’s 6.25 - 6.55 pm (actually made by ABC)

Dick Haymes – Come Rain or Come Shine, Without A Song, sketch with Tony Hancock


Friday 30th June 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 (Northern Ireland) My Kind Of Music

Hosted by Phil Coulter

Bill Martin

BBC2 Late Night Line Up 11.20 pm - end

1000th show. Broadcast from the Villa del Cesari, London

Marion Montgomery

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Gangway (first in series)

John Walker - Annabella


Saturday 1st July 1967

NB BBC2 goes colour with coverage of Wimbledon

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6:00 - 6:25 pm

Jury - Mel Torme, Janette Scott, Chris Denning, Penny Valentine (NB The Monkees had been penciled in to be the jury)

Guest -

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.30 - 9.25 pm

Cilla Black

The Young Idea

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.25 pm

Tony Bennett Meets Robert Farnon


Sunday 2nd July 1967

BBC1 The Heart Of A Man 1959 movie with Frankie Vaughan 8.55 - 10.25 pm

BBC1 Donovan Meets Logue 10:25 - 10:50 pm

An exchange of songs and poems between singer Donovan and poet Christopher Logue

Lay of The Last Tinker, Be Not Too Hard, & Logue This is your favourite philosopher speaking, She Knew Not Why, Celeste, Rules & Regulations, The Magpie, Four Fat Ladies

BBC2 Late Night Sunday 10.10 - ? pm (in colour)

Marion Montgomery

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Frank Ifield

The Beverley Sisters

ATV A Date With Janie Marden 11.45 pm - 12.00 am


Monday 3rd July 1967

BBC2 Three Of A Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Tyne Tees Gangway

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 4th July 1967

Granada Hancock’s 9.30 - 10.00 pm (actually made by ABC)

Vikki Carr

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Granada Firstimers 11.15 - 11.30 pm

Compilation show

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm (first in series)

content unknown


Wednesday 5th July 1967

BBC2 Something Special 8:05 - 8:35 pm

Paul Jones

Jose Feliciano

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Scottish The Music People (first in series)

Ronnie Hilton


Thursday 6th July 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm (but could have been reduced in length)

Hosted by Alan Freeman

Chart run down with the number one record

Sandie Shaw - Tonight In Tokyo

Lulu - Let's Pretend

The Pink Floyd - See Emily Play (live vocal)

The Monkees - Alternate Title (film of band arriving in London and press conference)

The Beatles - All You Need Is Love ('Our World' clip)

Four Tops - Seven Rooms Of Gloom (disc)

The Small Faces - Here Comes The Nice (repeat 22nd June 1967)

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale number one (repeat of the version where Gary Brooker forgets the words. Gary Brooker had been ordered to rest by his doctor so the band couldn't make it to this week's show)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 7th July 1967

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9:05 - 9:55 pm

Andy Williams

Tony Bennett

Peggy Lee

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Grampian My Kind Of Folk

The Dubliners


Saturday 8th July 1967

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.30 pm (repeat)

Shirley Bassey

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm (first proper edition, a teaser show was broadcast 1st July 1967)

Nina and Frederick

ATV Attack! 11.35 pm - 12.05 am (first in series)

Musician Fritz Spiegl attacks 'The Jargon Jerkers', which includes disc jockeys. David Jacobs defends them.


Sunday 9th July 1967

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Nancy Wilson

Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11:05 - 11:55 pm (first in series)

content unknown

ABC Looking For An Answer 6:35 – 7:00 pm

Cliff Richard with Billy Graham

ATV Not As A Stranger movie with Frank Sinatra


Monday 10th July 1967

BBC Three of a Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 11th July 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6:25 - 7:05 pm

NB Paul & Barry Ryan were penciled in to appear

Jose Feliciano

Matt Monro

Lulu

Herman’s Hermits

Lionel Bart

Neil Diamond

Jackie Trent

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.25 - 11.15 pm

Stan Getz Quartet

Granada Hancock’s 9.30 - 10.00 pm (actually made by ABC)

Marion Montgomery – Me and My Shadow, Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 12th July 1967

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

NB This might be the show where sax player Barbara Thompson is fired from The She-Trinity after refusing to wear a 'scanty' costume as instructed.

Kathy Kirby at 'Kate's'

Libby Morris

The She-Trinity

The Four Jays

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Thursday 13th July 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.35 - 7.05 pm

Salena Jones - Respect

John Walker - Annabella

The cast of At Last The 1948 Show - The Ferret Song

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Pete Murray

Chart run down with the number one record

Lulu - Let's Pretend (repeat 6th July 1967)

The Beatles - All You Need Is Love (clips of silent movies with caption cards) NB Johnnie Stewart had decided not to use the Out World clip again as he told Disc "Once was enough for that. People soon tire of seeing the same film over and over again." Not wanting to use the same Our World clip Stewart tried to contact Brian Epstein in the hope of getting the band to make a live appearance. "I'm desperately hoping Eppy will relent and we can have them actually on the show."

Vikki Carr - It Must Be Him (repeat 29th June 1967)

The Turtles - She'd Rather Be With Me (repeat 8th June 1967)

The Small Faces - Here Comes The Nice (repeat 22nd June 1967)

Aretha Franklin - Respect (audience dancing)

Dave Davies - Death Of A Clown (Dave told Beat Instrumental magazine "On that first 'Top Of The Pops' I took Pete Quaife along with me, just to stop me feeling too far out of it.")

The Pink Floyd - See Emily Play

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale number one (audience dancing) However, a report in Disc 22nd July claims "Top Of The Pops set a precedent last Thursday by failing to feature the No.1 disc by Procol Harum."

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 14th July 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4:55 - 5:40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 (North) A Spoonful of Sugar 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Guests pop in to visit hospital patients

Cat Stevens meets fan at Stanmore Hospital

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Bobby Darin

Nancy Wilson

Anthony Newley

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Red Skelton Hour 11.00 pm - 12.00 am

Johnny Rivers


Saturday 15th July 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:50 - 6:15 pm

Jury - Adam Faith, Annette Andre, Ray Fell, Salena Jones

Guest - Jet Harris

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.25 - 9.10 pm

The Bachelors

John Walker - Annabella

Billy Daniels

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.25 pm

Mel Torme

ATV These Dangerous Years 1957 movie with Frankie Vaughan 6.35 - 8.15 pm

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Paul and Barry Ryan


Sunday 16th July 1967

ABC Looking For An Answer 6:30 - 6:55 pm

NB Two stars who have opposing views on religion

Cliff Richard, Paul Jones

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

NB The musical arrangements for the 28 piece orchestra failed to arrive in time for the 11.00 am rehearsals. After a 120 mile dash in a BEA van the manuscripts were delivered at 3.30 pm

Dusty Springfield

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

content unknown

Scottish Bill Tennent Show

Lulu


Monday 17th July 1967

BBC2 Three of a Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Rediffusion Living Music: Come Here Often 11:25 - 11:55 pm

Documentary about DJ Mike Quinn, filmed at Tiles club in London

The Pink Floyd

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 18th July 1967

NB Dee Time live from Blackpool was scheduled, but The GPO Personality Girl of 1967 appears to have been shown instead

BBC1 Dickie 10:25 - 10:55 pm

Portrait of Irish pop singer Dickie Rock of The Miami Showband

BBC Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 10.50 pm

Woody Herman at the University of Exeter

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

Pink Floyd

Granada Hancock’s 9.30 - 10.00 pm (actually made by ABC)

Frankie Randall - Once In A Lifetime, Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 19th July 1967

BBC1 Vendetta 8.00 - 8.50 pm

Jackie Trent - Your Love Is Everywhere

BBC2 Something Special 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Rita Pavone

Herman’s Hermits

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

Paul McCartney admits that he has taken drugs


Thursday 20th July 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

NB live from Blackpool

The New Faces

Frank Ifield

Andy Stewart

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (who gave a birthday greeting to on set photographer Harry Goodwin, who would also be implicated with Savile decades later)

Chart run down with the number one record

The New Vaudeville Band - Green Street Green

The Monkees - Alternate Title (promo clip)

Scott Mackenzie - San Francisco (film clip)

Lulu - Let's Pretend (repeat 6th July 1967)

Four Tops - Seven Rooms Of Gloom (promo clip)

The Johnny Mann Singers - Up Up and Away (audience dancing)

Tom Jones - I'll Never Fall In Love Again

The Beatles - All You Need Is Love ('Our World' clip)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 21st July 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 A Spoonful Of Sugar 6:40 - 7:05 pm

Celebrities perform to patients in hospital

Tom Jones

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Ella Fitzgerald

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Miss Tyne Tees 1967

Hosted by Ronnie Hilton

Sheila Southern

Rediffusion Red Skelton’s Hour 11:00 pm - 12:00 am

Vikki Carr


Saturday 22nd July 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:40 - 6:10 pm

NB This and the next four shows are extended to thirty minutes from twenty-five due to rescheduling. Alan Freeman had claimed "Lots of records sound just too good to get into the hippy top 20" to which the host replied "That's a load of nonsense". Juror Anita Harris intervened by offering flowers to the two of them.

Jury - Alan Freeman, Anita Harris, Billy Walker, Maggie Clews

Guest -

Records featured - Billy Joe Royal "The Greatest Love", Tom Jones "I'll Never Fall In Love Again"

BBC1 The Black and White Minstrel Show 8.35 - 9.20 pm

George Chisholm

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

John Walker

Pete Murray

Jackie Trent


Sunday 23rd July 1967

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

The Rockin’ Berries

Antia Harris

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

Eraine Bertier (?) - Non Je Ne Regrette Rien, La Novia (in French)


Monday 24th July 1967

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 25th July 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.30 pm

NB live from Blackpool

Donald Peers

The Barron Knights

Samantha Jones

Johnny Hackett

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 11.00 pm

From Chicago to Kansas City from the Oxford Union

Earl Hines, Rex Stewart, Bud Freeman

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

TWW Oh Listen To The Band 8.45 - 9.00 pm

The story of bandleader Jack Hylton


Wednesday 26th July 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8:05 - 8:35 pm

Nana Mouskouri

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Granada Firstimers 11.15 - 11.30 pm

Compilation edition of daily talent show


Thursday 27th July 1967

BBC1 Get It, Got It, Good 4:55 - 5:20 pm (first in series)

Quiz show hosted by Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.35 - 7.05 pm

Tom Rush

Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen

Ross Hannaman (the singer would end up suing the host)

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7.30 - 8.00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman

Chart run down with the number one record

The Tremeloes - Even The Bad Times Are Good (band had been up all the previous night recording ads for Coca Cola)

The Pink Floyd - See Emily Play

The Turtles - She'd Rather Be With Me (repeat 8th June 1967)

Dave Davies - Death Of A Clown (introduced by Freeman as Ray Davies, corrected by Dave. "Dave Davies! You did that on purpose, didn't you!" According to a later review in Disc there was some kind of introductory film just before the performance) (live vocal)

Anita Harris - Just Loving You (NB According to a later review she might have had flowers with her just as she had on Juke Box Jury the previous weekend)

The Alan Price Set - The House That Jack Built (re-recorded vocal)

Tom Jones - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (live)

The Beatles - All You Need Is Love number one (TOTP film clip of young couple driving and on a boat)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 28th July 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 The World of Charles Aznavour 9.05 - 9.30 pm

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Pat Boone

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Red Skelton Hour 11.00 pm - 12.00 am

Robert Goulet


Saturday 29th July 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:40 - 6:10 pm

Jury - Engelbert Humperdinck, Lulu, Ted Ray, Beverly Adams

Guest -

Records featured - Cat Stevens

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.35 - 9.20 pm

Lulu

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

NB Lulu was penciled in to appear

Tom Jones - Barefootin', I'll Never Fall In Love Again

John Walker - Annabella


Sunday 30th July 1967

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

The Shadows - San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear...)

Julie Rogers

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

content unknown


Monday 31st July 1967

BBC2 Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Flip Side 8.35 - 9.05 pm

Bob Monkhouse plays a disc-jockey

ITN and BBC1 News

Keith Richards and Mick Jagger win court case on drugs charges on appeal

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada World In Action: Off The Hook 9:30 - 10:00 pm

Mick Jagger interviewed by William Rees-Mogg, The Bishop of Woolwich John Robinson, Father Thomas Corbishley, Lord Stow Hill

NB Jagger had just been acquitted on a drugs charge and was almost immediately flown to Spain Hall in Ongar to be interviewed for the programme. Originally scheduled for 8:00 - 8:30 pm but the programme was delayed by ninety minutes to allow editing to take place


Tuesday 1st August 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Dollies

The Tremeloes

Chris Farlowe

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 10.55 pm

The Thelonius Monk Quartet

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 2nd August 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

The New Lost City Ramblers

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Thursday 3rd August 1967

BBC1 Get It, Got It, Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Quiz show hosted by Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Lois Lane

The Alan Price Set - The House That Jack Built, chat with host

Vince Hill

Blossom Dearie (told a joke that she couldn't tell on a previous show due to time restrictions)

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The Alan Price Set were penciled in for the show but this meant appearing twice on the same night on the same channel. A film shot in Detroit featuring Gladys Knight and The Pips was due to arrive on Tuesday 1st August. Johnnie Stewart told Disc "I commissioned the film a fortnight ago, but we haven't heard anything since. It's possible the riots may have caused the hold up..." Talking about the arrival of the intended Desmond Dekker clip "It's also in the lap of the Gods whether this arrives in time for this week."

Hosted by Pete Murray

Stevie Wonder - I Was Made To Love Her (film clip of Stevie in Washington DC)

Amen Corner - Gin House (Talking to Beat Instrumental magazine in October 1967 Andy Fairweather-Low said "A lot of groups use backing tracks, but we do it live. The BBC engineers get a good sound, so we're happy.")

Anita Harris - Just Loving You (repeat 27th July 1967)

The Beatles - All You Need Is Love ('Our World' clip)

Dave Davies - Death Of A Clown

Desmond Dekker & The Aces - 007 (film clip of group in Jamaica, directed by Perry Henzell)

John Walker - Anabella (he is dragged off stage by fans) (Tip For The Top)

Johnny Mann Singers - Up Up and Away (promo clip)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Friday 4th August 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 A Spoonful of Sugar 6.40 - 7.05 pm

Val Doonican

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Nancy Wilson

Peter Paul and Mary

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Red Skelton Hour 11:00 - 11:55 pm (not listed in Daily Mirror)

NB a show from 1965

The Kinks – Got Love If You Want It


Saturday 5th August 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:40 - 6:10 pm

Jury - Mike Quinn, Athol Guy, Judith Durham, Barbara Windsor (NB John Bird also seen listed instead of Mike Quinn)

Guest -

Records featured - Herb Alpert - The Happening, The Wonder Who/The Four Seasons - Lonesome Road, The Young Rascals - A Girl Like You

BBC2 Show Of The Week 7.40 - 8.30 pm

Matt Monro Meets Nelson Riddle

ABC Opportunity Knocks 5.50 - 6.35 pm

The Freelanders

ATV The Girl On The Boat 1962 movie with Millicent Martin 6.35 - 8.15 pm

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 pm

The Peddlers

ATV Attack! 11.35 pm - 12.00 am

The rubbish dump planners, with Humphrey Lyttelton


Sunday 6th August 1967

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Cilla Black

Frank Sinatra Jr

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 pm - epilogue

NB a python is loose in the studio during recording

The Dubliners


Monday 7th August 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada World In Action: Off The Hook 8.00 - 8.30 pm (repeat 31st July 1967)

Mick Jagger


Tuesday 8th August 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

NB The Johnny Patrick Big Band replaces The Northern Dance Orchestra

The Bee Gees

Cat Stevens

Julie Rogers

Billy Daniels

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 11.00 pm

The Tubby Hayes Big Band from London University

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Granada A Man And A Dog 5.00 - 5.20 pm

Cat Stevens - scheduled to appear, but his car broke down on his way to the Granada studio in Manchester, so had to pull out

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

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Wednesday 9th August 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Shirley Abicair

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Granada Firstimers 11.15 - 11.30 pm

Compilation show


Thursday 10th August 1967

BBC1 Get It, Got It, Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Quiz show hosted by Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.35 - 7.05 pm

NB The show was truncated due to cricket overrunning

The Fortunes

Dave Berry - Forever

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (accompanied by dolls and shows off presents that stars have given him)

The Alan Price Set - The House That Jack Built (repeat 27th July 1967)

Otis Redding & Carla Thomas - Tramp (film clip of Otis commissioned by the show)

Tom Jones - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (repeat 27th July 1967)

Paul Jones - Thinkin' Ain't For Me

Cat Stevens - A Bad Night

The New Christy Minstrels - I’ll Coat Your Mind With Honey

Scott Mackenzie - San Francisco (Flowers In Your Hair) (film clip)

The Tremeloes - Even The Bad Times Are Good (repeat 27th July 1967)

Bruce Johnston - chat to host

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Friday 11th August 1967

BBC1 Now For Nixon 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Roger Whittaker

BBC1 A Spoonful of Sugar 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Julie Felix

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

The Beach Boys - Help Me Rhonda

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Anglia About Anglia 6.05 - 6.35 pm

Robbie Dale (Radio Caroline DJ)

ATV The Dickie Valentine Show 8:30 - 9:05 pm

Dickie Valentine

The Breakaways

Tom Jones

Pan’s People

Rediffusion The Red Skelton Hour (not listed in Daily Mirror)

Bobby Darin


Saturday 12th August 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:40 - 6:10 pm

Jury - Libby Morris, John Walker, Bruce Johnston, Ross Hannaman

Guest -

Records featured - Moby Grape - Omaha, Paul Jones - Thinkin' Ain't For Me, The Fortunes - The Idol

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.20 - 9.05 pm

John Walker - It's All In The Game (apparently fans dragged him off stage)

Frank Ifield - Up Up And Away

The New Christy Minstrels (brought forward from the 26th August show)

BBC2 Show Of The Week: Hey Riddle Diddle 7.40 - 8.20 pm

Nelson Riddle

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

The King Brothers


Sunday 13th August 1967

ABC The Blackpool Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Frankie Vuaghan and the V Men

The New Faces

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

Lulu


Monday 14th August 1967

BBC1 Melodies For You 10.25 - 11.05 pm

David Jacobs

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

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ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull return from holiday


Tuesday 15th August 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Paul Jones

The Hepstars

The New Christy Minstrels

BBC1 Dusty 9:05 - 9:30 pm (first in new series)

NB If You Go Away was recorded but not transmitted

Dusty Springfield - Live It Up, I'll Try Anything, The Water Is Wide, I Only Wanna Laugh, Everybody Needs Somebody

Warren Mitchell as Alf Garnett

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.25 - 10.55 pm

The Modern Jazz Quartet at Hornsey College of Arts and Crafts

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

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Wednesday 16th August 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Pete Seeger

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Anglia The Music People 11.15 - 11.45 pm

content unknown


Thursday 17th August 1967

BBC1 Get It, Got It, Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Quiz show hosted by Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Warm Sounds

Dave Davies

The Shadows

Paul Jones - Thinkin' Ain't For Me

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman

Chart run down with the number one record

Eric Burdon & The Animals - Good Times

Stevie Wonder - I Was Made To Love Her (film clip)

Amen Corner - Gin House

The Tremeloes - Even The Bad Times Are Good (repeat 27th July 1967)

The Alan Price Set - The House That Jack Built (repeat 27th July 1967)

The Mamas & The Papas - Creeque Alley (audience dancing)

Anita Harris - Just Loving You (repeat 27th July 1967)

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz

Scott Mackenzie - San Francisco (Flowers In Your Hair) number one (film clip)

BBC1 The Girl From UNCLE: The Furnace Flats Affair 8.00 - 8.50 pm

with Peggy Lee

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Rediffusion Where Did That Come From 10.30 - 11.00 pm (quiz show)

George Melly on panel


Friday 18th August 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4:55 - 5:40 pm (first in series)

Hosted by Roger Whittaker

Dodie West

Lulu

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Peggy Lee

Jack Jones

Al Hirt

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV The Dickie Valentine Show 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Dickie Valentine

Billy Daniels

Vince Hill - When The World Is Ready


Saturday 19th August 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:45 - 6:10 pm

Jury - Beryl Reid, Vince Hill, Pik-Sen Lim, David Symons

Guest -

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz


Sunday 20th August 1967

ITN News 6.00 - 6.15 pm

Ringo Starr’s second child is born

ABC Holiday Song Break 7.00 - 7.25 pm

The Settlers

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show 10:05 - 11:05 pm

Adele Leigh

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.57 pm

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Monday 21st August 1967

BBC1 Let’s Away 6.15 - 6.40 pm

NB Broadcast from Pontin's New Blackpool Holiday Camp, Lytham St Annes

Freddie and The Dreamers (swimming)

The Caravelles (swimming)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

The Alan Price Set


Tuesday 22nd August 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz

The King Brothers

BBC1 Dusty 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Dusty Springfield - Get Ready, The Beautiful Land, All I See Is You, Medley: Do Re Mi / Soulville

Mel Torme

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 11.10 pm

The Stan Tracey Quartet at the University of Wales, playing his Under Milk Wood jazz suite

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 23rd August 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Los Machocombos

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Granada Firstimers Awards Edition 11.15 - 11.35 pm

Prizes were awarded by Engelbert Humperdinck

Amen Corner (winners who received £150)

Foggy Dew-O

Kathy Jones

John Paul Joans (comedian / singer)

plus three other acts

Anglia The Music People 11.15 - 11.45 pm

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Thursday 24th August 1967

BBC1 Get It, Got It, Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Quiz show hosted by Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.35 - 7.05 pm

P J Proby

The Peddlers

Rog Whittaker

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Pete Murray

NB The show's chart run down would now be based on a combined New Musical Express / Melody Maker / Record Retailer chart. The show had previously used the Disc & Music Echo chart. Eric Burdon & The Animals were penciled in to appear. After the Jimi Hendrix / Alan Price incident Pete Murray said that only Hendrix and Price were in the studio with the audience, the other acts were either pre-recorded clips or on film.

Chart run down with the number one record

The Alan Price Set - The House That Jack Built

The Monkees - Pleasant Valley Sunday (promo clip)

Keith West (with children form the Corona stage school) - Excerpt From 'A Teenage Opera'

The Small Faces - Itchycoo Park

The Rolling Stones - We Love You (audience dancing) (NB The promo clip directed by Peter Whitehead had been submitted for inclusion, but according to Whitehead "The BBC thought the recording session film was really beautiful but they wanted to fade out the trial scene and show the audience dancing."

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (Murray announces "the fantastic Jimi Hendrix Experience" but instead of the proper playback, we actually heard The Alan Price Set 'The House That Jack Built'. After a few seconds Jimi said into the live microphone "I don't know the words to that one, man." The camera then cuts back to the now flustered host who says a few words while the correct track is cued up. An embarrassed producer Johnnie Stewart could only offer cliches as an explanation "It was just one of those things. We all have them - and I don't think it's worth making a mountain out of a molehill." Pete Murray later told Disc "The look of horror on people's faces was incredible." While Hendrix later said "..I was all cued up and ready to say the words nice and clear. This really threw me - mass confusion, man!")

Scott Mackenzie - San Francisco (Flowers In Your Hair) number one (film clip, which the host had said was a new clip, but it had been shown twice before)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 11.30 pm - end

The Rolling Stones - article, We Love You (promo clip which had been banned by Top of the Pops)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Friday 25th August 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Alan Price Set

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.08 pm

The Beatles with Maraheshi Mahesh Yogi

ATV The Dickie Valentine Show 8:30 - 9:00 pm

Dickie Valentine

Lulu – Let’s Pretend

Denis Lotis

Lita Roza

The Breakaways

Pan's People


Saturday 26th August 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:45 - 6:10 pm

Jury - Jesse Matthews, Tsai Chin, Cat Stevens, Tony Blackburn

Guest -

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.25 - 9.10 pm

NB The New Christy Minstrels might have been scheduled to appear as they were due to perform a medley with The Seekers

The Seekers

Scott Walker - More, My Death (Disc has Scott performing Angelique, but he changed his mind)

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Adam Faith

JUlie Rogers (put back from 5th August 1967)


Sunday 27th August 1967

BBC1 and ITN News

Reports on the death of Brian Epstein and The Beatles’ response

ABC Holiday Song Break 7.00 - 7.25 pm

The Settlers

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Harry Secombe

Julie Rogers

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.56 pm

content unknown


Monday 28th August 1967 Bank Holiday

BBC1 Disney Time 6.10 - 7.00 pm

Tommy Steele

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

The Small Faces

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 29th August 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

P P Arnold

Eric Burdon & The Animals

Keith West - Excerpt From A Teenage Opera (NB has the children who sing on the record with him)

Jonny Ross (teenage singer due to appear in next Boulting Brothers film)

BBC1 Dusty 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Dusty Springfield - Come Back To Me, Don't Let Me Lose This Dream, Peel Me A Grape, If You Go Away, You Can Have Him

Jose Feliciano

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.25 - 11.05 pm

Dave Brubeck at the University of East Anglia

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Memories Are Made Of This 10.30 - 11.00 pm

Chris Langford

David MacBeth

Kim Davis

Sol Raye


Wednesday 30th August 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

The Brothers Four

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show 11.15 - 11.45 pm

The Alexander Brothers


Thursday 31st August 1967

BBC1 Get It, Got It, Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Quiz show hosted by Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Fred Emney meets Pinky and Perky

Johnny Young and The Nocturnes

Kenny Lynch

Mia Lewis

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile

Chart run down with the number one record

Anita Harris - Just Loving You (repeat 27th July 1967)

The Tremeloes - Eve The Bad Times Are Good

Keith West - Excerpt From 'A Teenage Opera' (repeat 24th August 1967)

Manfred Mann - So Long Dad (keyboard player Mann wore hippy make up for the appearance)

The Beach Boys - Heroes & Villains (promo film)

Georgie Fame - Try My World

The Monkees - Pleasant Valley Sunday (promo/TV clip)

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz

Scott Mackenzie - San Francisco (Flowers In Your Hair) (audience dancing) number one

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Trini Lopez

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 1st September 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Fortunes

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Glamour Trail 6.30 - 7.00 pm

Ronnie Hilton

ATV The Dickie Valentine Show 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Dickie Valentine

Engelbert Humperdinck

The Breakaways

Pan's People


Saturday 2nd September 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Beatrice Lillie, Georgie Fame, Vivienne Ventura, Keith Skues (NB Simon Dee had been intended to appear but since his show was virtually replacing Juke Box Jury he was himself replaced)

Guest -

BBC1 Tony Bennett Meets Robert Farnon 8.25 - 9.05 pm

BBC2 Show Of The Week: Vikki Carr 7.40 - 8.25 pm

Tommy Leonetti

ATV The Golden Shot 8:15 - 9:00 pm

Paul Jones

Lulu


Sunday 3rd September 1967

BBC2 The Stanley Baxter Show 10.35 - 11.00 pm

Danny Street

ABC Tempo 2.15 - 2.40 pm

John Williams (classical guitarist later to have success with pop band Sky)

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show 10.05 - 111.05 pm

The Kaye Sisters

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

content unknown


Monday 4th September 1967

BBC1 Let’s Away 6.15 - 6.40 pm

Broadcast from Butlin's Holiday Camp, Barry Island

Adam Faith - plays snooker

BBC2 Suddenly It’s Donald Peers 8.-5 - 8.35 pm

Donald Peers

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 5th September 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

The Small Faces

Kiki Dee

BBC1 Dusty 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Dusty Springfield - By Myself, Sunny, Two Brothers, Time After Time, You'd Better Run

Tom Jones – Show Me, duet with Dusty – Baby Baby Baby

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 10.50 pm (repeat)

Horace Silver Quintet

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 6th September 1967

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Theodore Bikel

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Granada Firstimers 11.15 - 11.30 pm

Compilation show


Thursday 7th September 1967

BBC1 Get It Got It Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.5 pm

The Herd

Georgie Fame - Try My World

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (wearing a Union Jack suit)

Chart run down with the number one record

The Flowerpot Men - Let's Go To San Francisco

Cliff Richard - The Day I Met Marie

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (repeat 24th August 1967)

The Spectrum - Portobello Road (film clip)

The Move - Flowers In The Rain

The Small Faces - Itchycoo Park

Tom Jones - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (repeat 27th July 1967)

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz number one (NB He bought a Union Jack suit identical to Savile's as a joke and turned up at the studio wearing it. According to Disc he forgot lyrics to the song)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Chad and Jeremy

Al Hirt

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 8th September 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Eric Burdon & The Animals

BBC2 Edinburgh International Festival 10.45 - 11.20 pm

Charles Aznavour

The Jacques Loussier Trio

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Southern New Release 8:30 – 9:00 pm

NB A pilot show which competes head to head with As You Like It, broadcast on 15th September, to see which will be commissioned for a series

Hosted by Tony Hall (NB Jonathan King had been previously announced as the host)

The Bee Gees

Adam Faith

Kenny Lynch

Chris Andrews

Helen Shapiro

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown - The Devil's Grip (NB Brown wore his fiery head dress and tin foil mask)

ATV The Dickie Valentine Show 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Dickie Valentine

Vince Hill


Saturday 9th September 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

Jury - P J Proby, Yolanda Bavan, Jennifer Lewis, Brian Matthew (NB Matthew might have replaced Pete Murray who had been taken ill)

Guest -

BBC1 Billy Cotton’s Music Hall 8.25 - 9.10 pm

The Tremeloes

The Kaye Sisters

BBC2 Whicker’s World: The Love Generation, I’m Here To Tell You, It’s Happening All Over 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Grateful Dead – Golden Road

The (Steve) Miller Blues Band

Chet Helms

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Janie Marden

Kenny Damon

Scottish Young View

Adam Faith


Sunday 10th September 1967

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show 10.05 - 11.10 pm

Anita Harris

Dudley Moore – piano duel with Forsyth

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.10 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 11th September 1967

Tyne Tees Gangway 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 12th September 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Manfred Mann - So Long Dad

Malcolm Roberts

Truly Smith

BBC1 Dusty 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Dusty Springfield - Let The Good Times Roll, If My Friends Could See Me Now, I Wish You Love, It Was Easier To Hurt Him, Heat Wave

Los Mauchucambos

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 11.00 pm

Max Roach Quintet at University of Reading

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Grampian My Kind of Folk

Alex Campbell

Archie Fisher

The Corries Folk Group


Wednesday 13th September 1967

BBC1 Spotlight South-West 5:55 - 6:15 pm

John Lennon & Paul McCartney interviewed during Magical Mystery Tour filming

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

The Corries

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Thursday 14th September 1967

BBC1 Get It Got It Good 4.55 - 5.20 pm

Kenny Lynch

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Lulu

Gerry Marsden

The Flowerpot Men

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Samantha Juste returns

Hosted by Pete Murray (who had just recovered from an attack of pleurisy)

Chart run down with the number one record

Traffic - Hole In My Shoe

Diana Ross and The Supremes - Reflections (audience dancing)

The Seekers - When Will The Good Apples Fall

Frankie Vaughan - There Must Be A Way

Cliff Richard - The Day I Met Marie (repeat 7th September 1967)

Keith West - Excerpt From 'A Teenage Opera' (repeat 24th August 1867)

The Small Faces - Itchycoo Park (repeat 7th September 1967)

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz number one (repeat)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

The Osmonds

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 15th September 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Manfred Mann

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV The Dickie Valentine Show 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Dickie Valentine

The Shadows

Southern As You Like It 8.30 - 8.55 pm (listed in NME as Where It’s At)

NB A new pilot show which competes head to head with New Release, broadcast on 8th September, to see which will be commissioned for a series

Hosted by Tony Blackburn

Scott Walker

Sandie Shaw

Paul Jones

The Tremeloes

The Move

Anita Harris

Tangerine Peel


Saturday 16th September 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.15 - 5.40 pm

Jury - Marjorie Proops, David McCallum, Annette Day, Dave Cash

Guest -

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Malcolm Roberts

ATV Peter Maloney On... Success 11.10 - 11.40 pm

Anita Harris


Sunday 17th September 1967

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Edmund Hockridge

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

Paul Jones - Thinkin' Ain't For Me, chat with host


Monday 18th September 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 19th September 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.25 - 7.05 pm

NB The last show broadcast from Manchester, the following, debut show from London replaces Juke Box Jury from next week onwards

Norma Leon (ex-singer with the Eric Delaney Band)

Shirley Bassey

BBC1 Dusty 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Dusty Springfield - Nowhere To Run, Sweet Lover No More, My Lagan Love, The Mood I'm In, It Ain't All Honey, You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

Scott Walker – Matilde (he impressed the audience so much even the cameramen applauded)

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.20 - 10.50 pm

Bill Davison at the University of Keele

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 20th September 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Anglia The Music People 11.15 - 11.45 pm

content unknown


Thursday 21st September 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz (repeat)

The Hollies - King Midas In Reverse (possibly recorded the week before as Steve Winwood mentioned in Melody Maker "...when I was down at Top Of The Pops I heard them rehearse this...)

The Move - Flowers In The Rain

The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band

Sandie Shaw - You've Not Changed

Traffic - Hole In My Shoe (repeat 14th September 1967)

Flowerpot Men - Let's Go To San Francisco (NB Peter Nelson of the group dressed as an American Indian Chief)

The Beach Boys - Heroes & Villains (film clip)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show

Andy Williams

Pat Boone

Buffy Sainte-Marie

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Friday 22nd September 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Peddlers

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

AR Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

John Street & The Inmates of No 12


Saturday 23rd September 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5:15 - 5:40 pm

NB The last Saturday show before being moved on to Wednesday

Jury - Clement Freud, Kiki Dee, James Fox, Penny Valentine

Guest -

BBC1 Dee Time 6:15 - 7:00 pm

NB The first Saturday show, broadcast from London

Sandie Shaw

The Bee Gees

Duo Ofarim

Scott Walker

Dickie Valentine

BBC1 The Rolf Harris Show 8:20 - 9:05 pm

content unknown

BBC2 The Cool Of The Evening 9:05 - 9:10 pm

Georgie Fame with the Dick Morrissey Quartet (Disc had previously announced this as Georgie singing with the Harry South trio)

ATV The Golden Shot 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Susan Maughan

Vince Hill


Sunday 24th September 1967

BBC2 The Stanley Baxter Show 10.35 - 11.05 pm

ABC The Bruce Forsyth Show 10.05 - 11.05 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

The King Brothers

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 - 11.55 pm

content unknown


Monday 25th September 1967

Granada World In Action 8.00 - 8.30 pm

The O’Rahilly File

The story of Radio Caroline after the Marine Offences Act came into being. When the TV crew was on the boat the couldn't accept any kind of gratuities like a cup of tea from the Caroline crew as that would conflict with the new Marine Offences Act.

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 26th September 1967

BBC1 Talkback 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Television criticism show with Simon Dee defending his chat show

BBC2 Jazz Goes To College 10.30 - 10.55 pm

The New Orleans All Stars

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 27th September 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.35 - 7.00 pm

NB The first show on Wednesday. The Show will now allow the audience to vote on each record.

Jury - Sandie Shaw, Alan Freeman, Joan Bakewell, Mike Newman (NB American actor Richard Deacon had agreed to appear, but had to cancel)

Guest - unknown

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Tom Paxton

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm (first in new series)

contents unknown


Thursday 28th September 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Saville

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz

Eric Burdon & The Animals - Good Times (repeat 17th August 1967)

The Move - Flowers In The Rain (promo clip)

The Box Tops - The Letter (promo clip)

The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band (repeat 21st September 1967)

Frankie Vaughan - There Must Be A Way (repeat 14th September 1967)

The Bee Gees - Massachusetts

The Herd - From The Underworld

Procol Harum - Homburg

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Henry Mancini

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit - It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm (first in series)

Quiz show hosted by DJ Ed Stewart and the voice of Pat Campbell

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show (first in series)

The Alexander Brothers

Joe Henderson


Friday 29th September 1967

BBC1 Whistle Stop 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Cast of Crackerjack

BBC2 Late Night Line Up 11.05 pm - end

A preview of BBC Radio One which begins transmitting tomorrow with Chris Denning and Tony Blackburn

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10:30 - 11:15 pm

John Lennon, George Harrison and The Mahareshi Mahesh Yogi


Saturday 30th September 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6:00 - 6:45 pm

Traffic

Anita Harris

Margaret Whiting

BBC1 The Monkees 6:45 - 7:10 pm

NB Although this is seen as the first in second series this episode is from the first US series

Monkees Manhattan Style

BBC1 Sammy Davis Jr part one 7:50 - 8:45 pm

At the Talk of the Town, London

ABC Opportunity Knocks 5.50 - 6.30 pm

3 Hits and A Miss

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 6.30 – 7.00 pm (first in series)

NB This was shown in the ATV London area while The Times has it shown on ATV Midlands on Monday 2nd October, but the Daily Mirror has ATV Midlands showing something else

Frank Zappa - interview

How I Won The War film clip, Richard Lester - interview

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Shirley Bassey

Anita Harris

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.20 - 10.45 pm

Des O’Connor - Careless Hands

Frankie Vaughan

Malcolm Roberts


Sunday 1st October 1967

BBC1 Sammy Davis Jr part two 7:50 - 8:35 pm

live at the Talk of the Town, London

ABC Holiday Song Break 7.05 - 7.25 pm

The Settlers

ATV The Morecambe & Wise Show 8.25 – 9.25 pm (first in series)

NB filmed in colour for the USA market where it was re-named Piccadilly Palace.

Freddie and The Dreamers - Old Bazare In Cairo, Brown And Porters (Meat Exporters) Lorry

Jimmie Rodgers - Lonesome Road, I'll Say Goodbye

Millicent Martin - The Shadow Of Your Smile, Never Never Land

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 pm - epilogue

content unknown


Monday 2nd October 1967

BBC1 Blue Peter 4.55 - 5.20 pm

The Tremeloes – Here Comes My Baby

Demonstration of the ‘Stylophone’

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 3rd October 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 4th October 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6:35 - 7:00 pm

Jury - Chris Denning, Bob Monkhouse, Julia Foster, Pat Gordine

Guest -

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Malka and Joso

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10:30 - 11:15 pm

John Lennon & George Harrison interview, continuing the discussion from last Friday’s show

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Thursday 5th October 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Procol Harum were penciled in to appear

Hosted by Alan Freeman

Chart run down with the number one record

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Zabadak

Frankie Vaughan - There Must Be A Way (repeat 14th September 1967)

Ola & The Janglers - I Can Wait (film clip)

The Barron Knights - Here Come The Bees

The Bee Gees - Massachusetts (repeat 28th September 1967)

The Herd - From The Underworld

The Seekers - When Will The Good Apples Fall (repeat 14th September 1967)

Traffic - Hole In My Shoe (promo clip)

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz number one

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Claudine Longet

Herb Alpert & His Tijuana Brass

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show

The Alexander Brothers

Rog Whittaker


Friday 6th October 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Procol Harum

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.15 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The David Frost Show 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Procol Harum (NB Gary Brooker was taken ill after the show)


Saturday 7th October 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.35 pm

Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich

Josh White

Harry Secombe

Kiki Dee

BBC1 The Monkees 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Puzzle; Find The Monkee

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.45 - 8.30 pm (first in new series)

Val Doonican

Cliff Richard

Anita Harris

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 6:30 - 7:00 pm, on ATV Midlands 9th October 1967

Yoko Ono talks about a dance festival which would only take place in people’s thoughts

The Bee Gees (on film)

The Foundations

Richard Lester interview and How I Won The War clip

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

The Barron Knights

Anita Harris

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.20 - 10.45 pm

Nina and Frederick


Sunday 8th October 1967

BBC1 A Man Called Ironside 7.50 - 8.45 pm

The Beginning of a Difference (pilot episode)

Tiny Tim - plays in a San Francisco nightclub

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

Songs about Our World

The Spinners

Nadia Catthouse

ATV Spotlight 8.25 - 9.25 pm

NB An ATV show starring Benny Hill which had previously been seen in the USA

Noel Harrison

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end (first in new series)

Juliet Prowse


Monday 9th October 1967

BBC2 The Impresarios - part four Peter Hall 9.05 - 9.45 pm

Scene from the movie Work Is A Four Letter Word with Cilla Black

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 10th October 1967

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Esther and Abi Ofarim

Raphael

Shani Wallis

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 11th October 1967

BBC1 News 5.50 - 5.55 pm

The Move - The Flowers In The Rain / Harold Wilson court case at the High Court

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Jury - Jimmy Savile, Ronnie Corbett, Sheila Staefel, Anita Harris

Guest -

BBC2 Tonight In Person 10.05 - 10.35 pm

The New Christy Minstrels

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The David Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

P J Proby (cancelled by the show's producers allegedly because of a backlog of artists booked to appear on the show)


Thursday 12th October 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Paul and Barry Ryan were expected to appear on the show despite being under doctor's orders

Hosted by Pete Murray

Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz (repeat)

The Hollies - King Midas In Reverse (repeat 21st September 1967)

The Kinks - Autumn Almanac

Stevie Wonder - I'm Wondering

The Troggs - Love Is All Around

Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billy Joe (promo clip)

The Box Tops - The Letter (film clip)

Procol Harum - Homburg

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Tennessee Ernie Ford

Bing Crosby

Rediffusion Exit – It’s the Way Out Show 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.10 pm

contents unknown

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show

The Alexander Brothers

The Karlins


Friday 13th October 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Bee Gees

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

BBC1 (Northern Ireland) Sing North, Sing South (first in series)

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The David Frost Show 10.30 - 11.15 pm

NB Th show was cut from 10.30 - 11.04 pm by an electrician's strike

Bobbie Gentry


Saturday 14th October 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

Procol Harum

Tom Paxton

Paul and Barry Ryan

Bobbie Gentry (cancelled her appearance as she had to go back to USA for recording session)

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

The Monkees a la Mode

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Jane Morgan

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 6.30 - 7.00 pm

The Jimi Hendrix Experience -The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp, interview

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Frankie Vaughan

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.20 - 10.45 pm

content unknown


Sunday 15th October 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

Songs on The World Of Work

The Spinners

Nadia Catthouse

ATV Secombe and Friends 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Anita Harris

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Scott Walker - When Joanna Loved Me, chat with host


Monday 16th October 1967

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Southern New Release 9.30 - 10.00 pm

Hosted by Tony Blackburn

The Who - I Can See For Miles (film clip in Scotland)

Keith Moon - representing The Who on the panel

Anita Harris - Playground (host Blackburn told her he didn't like Playground as it was "too complicated in the middle")

Paul & Barry Ryan

Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin

Barry Mason - Rowbottom Square


Tuesday 17th October 1967

BBC1 24 Hours 9.55 - 10.25 pm

Richard Lester discusses and defends How I Won The War, with clips

BBC1 (Wales) Date With Victor Spinetti

Amern Corner were due to play four numbers but Andy Fairweather-Low was taken ill during recording

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Johnny Mathis

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

Kaleidoscope

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.09 pm

Service for Brian Epstein. Attendees include The Beatles, Lulu

ATV Tom Jones 9:15 - 10:00 pm

Tom Jones with The Squires, The Breakaways

No other guests this week


Wednesday 18th October 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Jury - Ted Ray, Penny Valentine, Scott McKenzie, Tony Hall (possibly) (NB Cy Coleman was due to appear but had to go back to the USA)

Guest -

ITN News At Ten 10.00 - 10.30 pm

John Lennon’s How I Won The War premiere with The Beatles and Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding of the Jimi Hendrix Experience

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 19th October 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The show will have Radio One DJs as co-hosts until further notice. Bobbie Gentry was to film an insert for the show at about this time, but went back to the USA.

Hosted by Jimmy Savile, Tony Blackburn

The Foundations - Baby Now That I've Found You (live vocal)

The Seekers - When Will The Good Apples Fall (repeat 14th September 1967) NB Making his dislike of the band public Tony Blackburn announces the group as "The great, the marvellous, fabulous Seekers"

Traffic - Hole In My Shoe (repeat 14th September 1967)

The Box Tops - The Letter (The GoJos)

The Bee Gees - Massachusetts

John Walker - If I Promise (NB Walker collapses from nervous exhaustion after his appearance)

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Zabadak (repeat 5th October 1967)

The Herd - From The Underworld

Val Doonican - If The Whole World Stopped Loving

BBC1 The Man From UNCLE 8.00 - 8.50 pm

The Hot Number Affair with Sonny & Cher

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

The Osmond Brothers

Vic Damone

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show

The Alexander Brothers

Clinton Ford

Border Late Night Thursday

The Dubliners

Tyne Tees Today

The Dubliners


Friday 20th October 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, and Tich

Paul and Barry Ryan

BBC1 (Northern Ireland) Sing North, Sing South

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

contents unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme

contents unknown


Saturday 21st October 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

The Kinks - Autumn Almanac

Frankie Vaughan - interview

The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band - Cool Britannia

Jane Morgan - My World Without You

Rolf Harris - I've Never Seen Anything Like It

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Monkee Chow Mein

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

The Bachelors

Roy Budd

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11:00 - 11:30 pm (first in series)

The Who – I Can See For Miles, Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand

BBC2 Release 9.25 - 10.05 pm

Max Roach

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 6.30 - 7.00 pm

The Alan Price Set - Shame

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

The Dave Clark Five

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.25 - 10.50 pm

The Dallas Boys


Sunday 22nd October 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

Songs on Other People's World

The Spinners

Nadia Catthouse

ATV The Morecambe & Wise Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

The Small Faces – I Can’t Make It, All Or Nothing

Bobby Rydell – The Impossible Dream, It’s Over

Millicent Martin – The Day The Circus Left Town

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

content unknown


Monday 23rd October 1967

BBC2 The Impresarios 9.05 - 9.45 pm

Part 6: Transport by Underground

Arthur Brown

Tomorrow

Allen Ginsberg

Miles of IT

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 24th October 1967

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Vince Hill

BBC1 (Wales) A Date With Victor Spinetti

Gene Latter

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

contents unknown


Wednesday 25th October 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Jury - Tony Hatch, Jackie Trent, Stuart Henry

Guest -

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Theodore Bikel

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 26th October 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB This would be Samantha Juste's final appearance on the show as she moves to the USA and marries Mickey Dolenz. After Freeman announced her departure on the show the producer's office was flooded with potential applicants for her replacement.

Hosted by Alan Freeman, Stuart Henry (reviews accuse Henry of hogging the camera)

Chart run down with the number one record

Procol Harum - Homburg (repeat 12th October 1967)

The Tremeloes - Be Mine

The Kinks - Autumn Almanac (repeat 12th October 1967)

The Foundations - Baby Now That I've Found You

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Zabadak

Sandie Shaw - You've Not Changed

The Who - I Can See For Miles

The Bee Gees - Massachusetts number one (repeat)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Lesley Gore

Tony Bennett & The Count Basie Orchestra

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The David Frost Show 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Tom Springfield

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show

The Alexander Brothers

Anne and Laura Brand


Friday 27th October 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Troggs

Julie Felix

BBC1 (Northern Ireland) Sing North, Sing South

Ottilie Patterson

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 28th October 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

Lulu

The Dave Clark Five

Johnny Mathis

The Bachelors

Julie Felix

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

NB The BBC confirm that viewing figures for the show have dropped and that they might halt the show over the forthcoming Christmas period and pick up again in the New Year. The BBC are currently showing the balance of un-shown editions from the first season, with the new season beginning in November.

Monkee Mother

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Kathy Kirby

Ivor Emmanuel

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 10.50 - 11.20 pm

The Spinners

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 6.30 - 7.00 pm

content unknown

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Gigi Galon

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.20 - 10.45 pm

The New Faces


Sunday 29th October 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

Songs about Love

The Spinners

Nadia Catthouse

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm (first in new monthly series)

Max Bygraves - The Green Green Grass Of Home, Sonny Boy

Mirielle Mathieu

Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen – South Rampart Street Parade

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

John Walker - If I Promise


Monday 30th October 1967

BBC2 Three Of A Kind 8.00 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

ITN News

Brian Jones given nine-month jail sentence

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 31st October 1967

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Jane Morgan

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ITN News 5.55 - 6.09 pm

Brian Jones released on bail

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 1st November 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.30 - 7.00 pm

NB The show is extended by five minutes which might see nine or ten records played instead of the usual seven or eight

Jury - Reg Presley, Mickie Most

Guest -

BBC2 Tonight In Person 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Mike and Peggy Seeger

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 2nd November 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The Foundations and John Walker were penciled in to appear

Hosted by Pete Murray, Kenny Everett

Eric Burdon & The Animals - San Franciscan Nights

Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin

Lulu - Love Loves To Love Love

The Bee Gees - Massachusetts (repeat)

Paul & Barry Ryan - Heartbreaker

Sandie Shaw - You've Not Changed (repeat 26th October 1967)

The Troggs - Love Is All Around

The Who - I Can See For Miles (NB The band were dressed as greasers)

The Herd - From The Underworld (repeat)

BBC1 International Ball Championships of 1967 10.40 - 11.30 pm

Edmondo Ros and his Latin-American Orchestra

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Peter Paul and Mary

Ed Fisher

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown

Scottish The Alexander Brothers Show

The Alexander Brothers

Mikki and Griff


Friday 3rd November 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Tremeloes

John Walker - If I Promise

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.40 - 7.29 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Engelbert 8.30 - 9.00 pm (first in series, but it had been shown in Rediffusion 1st November 1967)

NB The show would reach the top ten ratings by the end of the month

Engelbert Humperdinck

Shirley Bassey (NB Bassey allegedly gets the host's name wrong)

About Anglia

David McWilliams

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 4th November 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

NB The fiftieth show

The Scaffold

Vince Hill

John Walker - If I Promise

Myrna Rose

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Captain Crocodile

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Sandie Shaw - two songs and song with Val Dooncan and Norman Vaughan

The GoJos (dancers)

Marian Davies & Val Doonican - The Love Bug

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11.10 - 11.40 pm

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5.50 - 6.15 pm

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound

The Flowerpot Men

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Gene Pitney

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.20 - 10.45 pm

Vince Hill

Mirrielle Mathieu


Sunday 5th November 1967

BBC1 Suddenly It's 3.35 - 4.05 pm (repeat BBC2)

Donald Peers

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

Songs about Faith

The Spinners

Nadia Catthouse

BBC1 Contrasts: Sounds of India 10.35 - 11.05 pm

with Ravi Shankar

ATV Spotlight 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Robert Goulet

The Peddlers

Lainie Kazan - Funny Girl

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Brenda Lee (appeared despite being ill)


Monday 6th November 1967

BBC2 Three of a Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 7th November 1967

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Gilbert Becaud

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada Max Bygraves Introduces New Faces 9:15 - 10:00 pm

NB Featuring some of the acts that had been successful on Firstimers, plus guests The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band

The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – Little Sir Echo, The Equestrian Statue, The End of the Show

Amen Corner – Living In A World Of Broken Hearts

Friday Brown – What The World Needs Now

The Grumbleweeds


Wednesday 8th November 1967

NB There was no Juke Box Jury, but it was due to have Tony Blackburn, Brenda Lee and Gene Pitney on the jury. British Heavyweight boxing (Henry Cooper vs Billy Wright) was shown instead of the David Nixon Show and Juke Box Jury was replaced by the otherwise displaced Nixon show. Further evidence that Juke Box Jury was being sidelined by the schedulers.

BBC2 Tonight In Person 10:10 - 10:40 pm

Jose Feliciano

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Judith Durham


Thursday 9th November 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The 200th show. Talking to Disc show producer Johnnie Stewart said "...I hope to have some interesting guests popping in to wish us good luck." It was hoped that Simon Dee, Paul Jones, Alan Price, Scott Walker and Vikki Carr would visit. It was about this time that Lew Grade refused Shirley Bassey to appear on the show, probably to promote Big Spender.

Hosted by Jimmy Savile (no Radio 1 DJ sidekick this week)

Chart run down with the number one record

The Kinks - Autumn Almanac

Donovan - There Is A Mountain (promo clip)

Val Doonican - If The Whole World Stopped Loving

The Dave Clark Five - Everybody Knows

Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart

Dave Dee & Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Zabadak (repeat)

The Who - I Can See For Miles (repeat)

The Foundations - Baby Now That I’ve Found You number one

Lulu - chats to host while chewing gum

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown

Border Late Night Thursday

David McWilliams


Friday 10th November 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Lulu

The Barron Knights

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.15 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

ATV Engelbert

Engelbert Humperdinck

Frankie Vaughan

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Engelbert 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

Frankie Vaughan

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Shirley Bassey


Saturday 11th November 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 5:45 - 6:15 pm

NB Both Brenda Lee and The Peddlers walk off the show as the show's producer Terry Henebery suggested songs they ought to sing instead of the ones they had prepared. A BBC spokesman told Disc "It caused quite a headache, but the producer must have the final word on matters of this kind." The Peddlers' manager Cyril Smith said "It's diabolical, I'm absolutely choked. 'Dee Time' had the record two days before the show so they knew what the boys would play. Then I was told it wasn't suitable. About 13 BBC producers want the group and their record - but this one doesn't! I'm amazed."

Gene Pitney

Brenda Lee - was to have performed Where's The Melody

The Peddlers - were to have performed You're The Reason I'm Living, but the producer felt it was too slow

Kathy Kirby (replaces Brenda Lee)

Manfred Mann (replace The Peddlers)

The Foundations

Sharon Tandy

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 9.15 - 10.00 pm

Val Doonican

Vikki Carr

Wayne Newton

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight: Suddenly It’s Sooty 10.45 - 11.15 pm

content unknown

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5.50 - 6.15 pm

Barry and Maurice Gibb interviewed by Keith Altham (NB Robin was recovering from injuries sustained in a train crash)

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Mark Wynter

The Bachelors

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10.20 - 10.45 pm

Kenneth McKellar


Sunday 12th November 1967

BBC1 Grief and Glory 6.40 - 6.55 pm

Songs about War and Peace

The Spinners

Nadia Catthouse

BBC2 Jazz at the Philharmonic 10.20 - 11.10 pm

Norman Granz introduces the first part of an all-star concert featuring Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Zoot Sims, James Moody, T-Bone Walker, Teddy Wilson, Bob Cranshaw, Louie Belson

ATV The Morecambe & Wise Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

The Hollies – Stop Stop Stop, On A Carousel

Tom Jones – That Old Black Magic, Detroit City

Millicent Martin – Fever, Eleanor Rigby

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

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Monday 13th November 1967

Rediffusion Dickie Valentine Sings 9:35 - 10:00 pm

Dickie Valentine

Julie Rogers

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

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Tuesday 14th November 1967

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 11.00 pm

Adam Faith

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 15th November 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.30 - 7.00 pm

Jury - Lulu, Lord Anon, Scott Walker (NB Walker calls Tom Jones' singing 'distasteful')

Guest -

BBC2 Tonight In Person: Nana Mouskouri 10.15 - 10.45 pm

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 16th November 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Pete Murray, Emperor Rosko (apparently wearing a furry suit)

Cilla Black - I Only Live To Love You

Donovan - There Is A Mountain (disc)

Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin

The Troggs - Love Is All Around

Felice Taylor - I Feel Love Coming On

The Foundations - Baby Now That I've Found You (repeat)

The Dave Clark Five - Everybody Knows (repeat 9th November 1967)

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound - Kites

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Jimmy Dean

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Friday 17th November 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Flowerpot Men

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Granada Scene 6.05 - 6.30 pm

The Midbenders - Schoolgirl (NB The Musician's Union threatened to ban the group if they mimed to a backing track, so the group withdrew from the show)

ATV Engelbert 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

Topol

The Peddlers

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 18th November 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

NB It was later reported in the Melody Maker that "Dee's mock-negro bit at the end was a bit tasteless"

Vikki Carr

The Troggs

J J Jackson

Adam Faith

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Picture Frame (the first episode to be shown from the second series)

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11.20 - 11.50 pm

The Moody Blues

The Spinners

Anita Harris (NB she apparently loses her voice on her last song)

The Judd Proctor Guitar Quartet

BBC2 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem 10:05 - 10:35 pm

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5:50 - 6:15 pm

content unknown

ATV The Golden Shot 8.25 - 9.10 pm

Lonnie Donegan

ATV The Des O’Connor Show 10:20 - 10:45 pm

Cliff Richard

Alan Price

Georgie Fame

Alan Price & Georgie Fame (NB this would be the first time they appeared as a duo)


Sunday 19th November 1967

ATV The Royal Variety Performance 7:25 - 10:25 pm

Lulu – The Boat That I Row, To Sir With Love

Vikki Carr - It Must Be Him, Some Of These Days/After You've Gone

Mireille Mathieu - La Dernière Valse, Till

Sandie Shaw – You've Not Changed, Puppet On A String

The Rockin’ Berries - Tonight, Smile, Juke Box Jury routine

Tom Jones & The Squires - I Can't Stop Loving You, I Believe, It's Not Unusual

Val Doonican - I Gotta Be Walking On New Grass, Raffterty's Motor Car, If The Whole World Stopped Lovin'

Ken Dodd - I Know I'll Make The Same Mistake Again, We Are The Diddy Men

Harrry Secombe - If I Ruled The World, Masquerade

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Frankie Vaughan


Monday 20th November 1967

BBC2 Three of a Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 21st November 1967

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Juliet Greco

Vicki Carr

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 11.00 pm - end

Disk Jockeys

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Ulster Medium Rare

Bobby Breen with The Peter White Quartet


Wednesday 22nd November 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.30 - 7.00 pm

Jury - Peter Murray, Long John Baldry, Felice Taylor, Jean Metcalfe (NB Julie Felix was scheduled to appear but withdrew)

Guest - Tim Andrews (NB his single Sad Simon Lives Again was voted a miss and according to juror John Baldry "The kid was close to tears when David Jacobs revealed him to us. I've never felt so embarrassed in my life. I vowed that I would never do this show again.")

BBC2 Tonight In Person 9.40 - 10.10 pm

The Womenfolk

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The David Frost Programme 11.15 pm - 12.00 am

Cilla Black - I Only Live To Love You


Thursday 23rd November 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman, Mike Raven (Raven was described by Disc as "embarrassingly out of his natural habitat")

The Move - Flowers In the Rain

Donovan - There Is A Mountain (film clip)

Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart (repeat 9th November 1967)

Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin

Traffic - Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush

The Who - I Can See For Miles (repeat)

Des O'Connor - Careless Hands

The Dave Clark Five - Everybody Knows

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (due to Musicians Union miming ban the promo film that was submitted was replaced by footage of A Hard Day’s Night)

BBC2 Late Night Line Up 11.50 pm - end

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (NB One of the promo clips was due to be shown but the musician’s union ban prevented it)

The Condon Jazz Four - Lennon / McCartney songs (played instead of The Beatles clip)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The David Frost Show 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Astrud Gilberto


Friday 24th November 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Long John Baldry

The Scaffold

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.15 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Engelbert 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

Dickie Valentine

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 25th November 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

The Tremeloes

Cilla Black - I Only Live To Love You

Wayne Newton

Millie Small

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

A Nice Place To Visit...But It Sure Ain’t A Good Thing To Stick Around

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican - Thank U Very Much (with new lyrics)

The Shadows - Lara's Theme, sketch with Val Doonican, Puttin' On The Style

Julie Felix

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11.05 - 11.35 pm

Scaffold

BBC2 The Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem 10.25 - 10.55 pm

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5.50 - 6.15 pm

The Herd - Paradise Lost

ATV The Golden Shot 8.55 - 9.40 pm

The Dallas Boys

Des O'Connor


Sunday 26th November 1967

BBC2 Jazz At The Philharmonia 10.10 - 11.00 pm

Part two of the show

T-Bone Walker

ATV Spotlight (not broadcast)

Barbara McNair

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Sandie Shaw

Tony Blackburn


Monday 27th November 1967

BBC2 Three of a Kind 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Lulu

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 28th November 1967

BBC1 Talkback 6.25 - 7.05 pm

Television discussion programme, includes clip of Juke Box Jury (22nd November 1967) and interviews with Peter Murray, David Jacobs & Alan Freeman

BBC1 This Is Petula Clark 9:05 - 9:30 pm

NB This has also been seen as having Matt Monro as her guest

No guests as Petula sings songs and introduces scenes from the movie Finian’s Rainbow

BBC2 International Cabaret 9.55 - 10.40 pm

Juliet Greco

Trio Athene

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band


Wednesday 29th November 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.30 - 7.00 pm

Jury - J J Jackson, Les Reed, Aimi MacDonald, Penny Valentine (NB Emperor Rosko has also been listed to appear)

Guest -

BBC1 David Nixon on The Nixon Line 7.30 - 8.00 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 Tonight In Person 10.20 - 10.45 pm

Matt McGinn accompanied by Tom Harvey (guitar), Billy Connolly (banjo and autoharp)

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 30th November 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB Paul Jones was penciled in to appear

Hosted by Jimmy Savile, Tony Blackburn

The Alan Price Set - Shame

Cliff Richard - All My Love (according to Disc "non-drinker Cliff Richard persuaded to try glass of port in the BBC club at Top Of The Pops")

The Bee Gees - World

Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin

The Monkees - Daydream Believer (promo clip)

Tom Jones - I'm Coming Home

Felice Taylor - I Feel Love Coming On (repeat 16th November 1967)

Val Doonican - If The Whole World Stopped Loving

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.05 - 9.55 pm

Andy Williams

Lena Horne

Joey Heatherton

The Osmond Brothers

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown

Ulster Hello There

Johnny Regan (country singer)


Friday 1st December 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Felice Taylor

BBC11 The White Heather Club 6.15 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Engelbert 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

The Peddlers

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 2nd December 1967

NB BBC2 is to start a full time colour TV service. Previously it had been restricted to 5 hours a week. Today the BBC had been scheduled a 29 hour a week service, but Association of Broadcasting Staff attempted to block it from beginning

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

Petula Clark

The Seekers (broadcast from BBC Glasgow studios)

Jackie Trent

Brook Benton

Paul Jones

Gladys Knight & The Pips

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Monkee Mayor

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Kenneth McKellar

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11.05 - 11.35 pm

Cream – We’re Going Wrong (NB Recorded on Sunday 26th November 1967, Ginger Baker collapses with a suspected ulcer)

Cat Stevens

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5.50 - 6.15 pm

The Small Faces - Tin Soldier

ATV The Golden Shot 8.55 - 9.40 pm

Kathy Kirby

Eddie Calvert


Sunday 3rd December 1967

BBC1 The Younger Generation: Butterflies 12.00 - 12.30 pm

Documentary with Ten Years After

BBC2 Color Me Barbra 10:10 - 11:00 pm colour

Barbra Streisand

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 11.05 pm - end

Petula Clark article

ATV Song Break 7.00 - 7.25 pm

The Settlers

ATV The London Palladium Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

NB The Seekers were due to appear but withdrew

Shirley Bassey - Don't Rain On My Parade, I'm Glad There Is You, On A Clear Day, Big Spender, I Wish You Love

Frankie Vaughan - There Must Be A Way, So Tired

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Tom Jones (NB His appearance was brought forward one week. He talked about a film he was offered called 'The Dude From Cheyenne')

Matt Monro


Monday 4th December 1967

BBC2 Outook: The Butterflies 7.30 - 8.00 pm (repeat from BBC1 3rd December 1967)

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Anita Harris

BBC2 International Cabaret 10.05 - 10.50 pm

Wayne Newton

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 11.10 pm - end

Yoko Ono

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 5th December 1967

BBC1 This Is Petula Clark 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Petula Clark

Matt Monro

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown


Wednesday 6th December 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6:30 - 7:00 pm

Jury - Julie Felix, Twiggy, Justin de Villenuve, Tony Blackburn

Guest -

BBC1 David Nixon on The Nixon Line 7.30 - 8.00 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC2 24 Hours 9.05 - 9.30 pm

The Beatles Apple boutique opening with The Fool

BBC2 Man Alive: Pop Preachers 8.35 - 9.05 pm

Unknown pop group featured

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 7th December 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

NB The Dave Clark Five were penciled in to appear, while Scott Walker's pre-taped clip of 'Jackie' was not included, despite there being no official ban on the song by the BBC

Hosted by Pete Murray, Chris Denning

Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart (repeat 9th November 1967)

Petula Clark - The Other Man's Grass

Traffic - Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush

Dave Davies - Susannah's Still Alive

Des O'Connor - Careless Hands

Scaffold - Thank U Very Much

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound - Kites (repeat 16th November 1967)

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (footage of The Beatles in film editing suite in Soho, London and stills made by Johnnie Stewart when he couldn't use the three promo clips the group had made due to the Musicians Union miming ban)

BBC2 Late Night Line-Up 11.00 pm - end

Julie Felix

Rediffusion Exit – It’s the Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Friday 8th December 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

The Alan Price Set

Paul Jones

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.55 - 10.45 pm

Andy Williams

Al Hirt

Shirley Bassey

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Engelbert 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

The Peddlers

Gigi Galon

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Tommy Steele


Saturday 9th December 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

NB Jackie Trent was due to appear but cancelled the show due to illness

Long John Baldry

Cleo Laine

Matt Monro - Release Me

The Alan Price Set

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Everywhere A Sheik Sheik

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Cilla Black

Val Doonican & Cilla Black

Raphael

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 10.55 - 11.25 pm

contents unknown

BBC2 Once More With Felix 9:30 - 10:00 pm (first in series)

NB This might have been originally scheduled for early October

Hosted by Julie Felix

Manfred Mann – two songs, with Julie Felix - Fare Thee Well

Marin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick

BBC2 Release 10.00 - 10.40 pm

Coleman Hawkins interview

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5.50 - 6.15 pm

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Spanish Castle Magic

Cat Stevens

ATV The Golden Shot 8.55 - 9.40 pm

Susan Maughan

Georgie Fame


Sunday 10th December 1967

BBC2 The Charlie Drake Show 8.15 - 9.00 pm

Trisha (Patsy Ann) Noble

ATV The Morecambe & Wise Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

Manfred Mann – Ha Ha Said The Clown, Just Like A Woman

George Maharis - Baby Has Gone Bye-Bye, All Right OK You Win

Millicent Martin - Singin' in the Rain, Make It Easy on Yourself

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Eric Burdon & The Animals


Monday 11th December 1967

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Astrud Gilberto

BBC2 International Cabaret 10.40 - 11.25 pm

Billy Eckstein

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 12th December 1967

BBC1 This Is Petula Clark 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Petula Clark

Anthony Newley

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ITN News at Ten 10.00 - 10.30 pm

Brian Jones drugs sentence deferred


Wednesday 13th December 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury

Jury - Barry Mason, Hattie Jacques, Emperor Rosko 6.30 - 7.00 pm

Guest -

BBC1 David Nixon on The Nixon Line 7.30 - 8.00 pm

The Beverley Sisters

BBC1 The Wednesday Play: Death Of A Private 9:05 – 10:25 pm

Actor Charles Stewart plays a pop singer. Stewart would also release a single at the time 'Happy Tramp'

Includes music by Paper Blitz Tissue (appearing in the play as The Majors). The music was by Ron Grainer who was responsible for the band's RCA 45 'Boy Meets Girl'

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 14th December 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Alan Freeman, Mike Lennox

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (promo clip)

Diana Ross & The Supremes - In and Out of Love (disc)

The Monkees - Daydream Believer (promo clip)

The Bee Gees - World (repeat 30th November 1967)

Tom Jones - I'm Coming Home

The Herd - Paradise Lost

The Scaffold - Thank U Very Much

Cat Stevens - Kitty

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s the Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Friday 15th December 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Cat Stevens

The Herd - Paradise Lost

BBC1 The White Heather Club 6.15 - 6.40 pm

content unknown

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.55 - 10.45 pm

Pat Boone

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Frank Ifield 8.30 - 9.00 pm (first in new series, shown on Rediffusion two days' before)

Frank Ifield

Astrud Gilberto

Ray Fell

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

content unknown


Saturday 16th December 1967

BBC1 Sportsview

Cat Stevens and Adam Faith take part in a go-karting competition, but Cat had badly bruised himself in a practice run

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

Traffic

Scott Walker (he was asked not to perform the song 'Jackie')

Des O'Connor

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Art For Monkees Sake...It’s Not For Art’s Sake That’s For Sure!

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Jo Cook of dance troupe The GoJos introduced by host

The GoJos - dance to Tijuana Taxi

Lulu - Lulu's Back In Town, Best of Both Worlds, & Val Doonican Dick Shawn - unknown song

Los Zafiros

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11.15 - 11.45 pm

The Small Faces – Tin Soldier

BBC2 Once More With Felix 9.25 - 10.35 pm

Julie Felix

Dave Swarbrick & Martin Carthy

ATV Good Evening! I'm Jonathan King 5.50 - 6.15 pm

NB shown early evening in London, but late night Monday in the Midlands

content unknown

ATV The Golden Shot 8.55 - 9.40 pm

Solomon King

Vince Hill


Sunday 17th December 1967

BBC1 Expresso Bongo movie with Cliff Richard 8.55 - 10.40 pm

ATV Spotlight 8:25 - 9:25 pm

Engelbert Humperdinck

Shani Wallis

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show 11.05 pm - end

Esther & Abi Ofarim


Monday 18th December 1967

BBC2 The Dick Emery Show 8.05 - 8.35 pm

Pat & Olivia (Pat Carroll & Olivia Newton-John)

BBC2 International Cabaret 10.35 - 11.20 pm

Susan Maughan

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown


Tuesday 19th December 1967

BBC1 This Is Petula Clark 9.05 - 9.30 pm

Petula Clark

Dudley Moore

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

Anglia Survival: Winter Stay Away From My Door 8.45 - 9.15 pm

A Musical look at winter

Cleo Laine

ATV Variety Parade 9:15 - 10:00 pm

Kathy Kirby – Buddy can You Spare A Dime, others


Wednesday 20th December 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 6.30 - 7.00 pm

Jury - Bobby Vee, Pete Murray

Guest -

BBC1 The Nixon Line 7.30 - 8.00 pm

The Beverley Sisters

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Thursday 21st December 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Jimmy Savile, Keith Skues

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (promo clip)

The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home (live vocal)

Four Tops - Walk Away Renee (promo clip)

Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart (repeat 9th November 1967)

Georgie Fame - Ballad Of Bonnie and Clyde

Tom Jones - I'm Coming Home

Chris Farlowe - Handbags and Gladrags

Val Doonican - If The Whole World Stopped Loving

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound - Kites

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.33 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Friday 22nd December 1967

BBC1 Christmas Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich - Little Star (a carol specially written for the show by Howard and Blaikely)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.55 - 10.45 pm

Andy Williams

The Osmond Brothers

The Good Time Singers

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

content unknown

ATV Frank Ifield 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Frank Ifield

Susan Maughan

Mike Newman

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

content unknown


Saturday 23rd December 1967

BBC1 Dee Time 6.00 - 6.45 pm

The Herd - Paradise Lost

Dudley Moore

The Gentle Power of Song

BBC1 The Monkees 6.45 - 7.10 pm

Scheduled to be Hitting The High Seas, but the New Musical Express claim The Monkees' Christmas Show was played instead, which was shown two days ahead of the USA broadcast

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

The Alan Price Set

BBC1 Twice A Fortnight 11.05 - 11.35 pm

The Who

The Spinners

BBC2 Once More With Felix 9.30 - 10.00 pm

Julie Felix

The Corries

BBC2 Release 10.00 - 10.40 pm

Tommy Steele talks about his career

ABC Gala Opportunity Knocks 5.50 - 6.40 pm

NB Disc has Good Evening on at this time slot but appears not to have been shown

contents unknown

ATV The Golden Shot 8.35 - 9.20 pm

The Spectrum - Captain Scarlet theme (The puppet of Captain Scarlet also makes an appearance) NB Singer Colin Forsey appeared on the show against doctor's wishes as he had collapsed days before

Jackie Trent

ABC Frankie And Bruce’s Christmas Show 9.35 - 11.05 pm

NB Cilla Black was scheduled to appear but had to cancel due to other work commitments

The Rockin’ Berries

Frankie Vaughan

Anita Harris

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen 11.05 pm - 12.00 am (Special Christmas edition)

content unknown


Sunday 24th December 1967 Christmas Eve

ABC How On Earth? 6.35 - 7.25 pm

From the Anglican Cathedral, Liverpool

Introduced by Kenny Everett

The Bee Gees - Thank You For Christmas, Silent Night / Hark The Herald Angels Sing

The Settlers

The Crofters

ATV Secombe & Friends 9.45 - 11.05 pm

Harry Secombe

Tom Jones

Nina and Frederick

ABC The Eamnon Andrews Show 11.05 - 11.55 pm

content unknown


Monday 25th December 1967 Christmas Day

BBC1 Nina and Frederick in The Christmas Tree 10.30 - 11.00 pm

BBC1 Meet The Kids 11.45 am - 12.30 pm

The Monkees

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 1967 part one 2:05 - 3:00 pm

NB seen by twelve million viewers

Hosted by Jimmy Savile, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze, interview

The Beach Boys - Then I Kissed Her (promo clip)

Engelbert Humperdinck - Release Me (repeat)

Frank & Nancy Sinatra - Something Stupid (promo clip)

Johnny Mann Singers - Up Up and Away (promo clip)

Petula Clark - This Is My Song

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String

Tom Jones - Green Green Grass Of Home

Traffic - Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush

The Who - I Can See For Miles

Anita Harris - Playground

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (TOTP film of people in snow intercut with The Beatles in a film editing suite)

The Foundations - Baby Now That I've Found You

Interview with Mick Jagger

The Cowsills - The Rain The Park and Other Things (film clip)

The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden

BBC1 Billy Smart's Circus 3.10 - 4.15 pm

Birma the elephant walks over Radio One DJ's Jimmy Young, Tony Blackburn, Keith Skues, Kenny Everett, Mike Lennox and Chris Denning

BBC1 Christmas Night With The Stars 6.40 - 8.40 pm

Cilla Black

Lulu

Val Doonican

Sandie Shaw (NB Shaw collapsed in pain during rehearsals and was rushed to hospital. Her personal appearance was cancelled but the producers were still hoping she could film an insert)

BBC1 Ken Dodd’s Christmas Show 8.40 - 9.40 pm

The Seekers

Rediffusion The World Of Roy Castle 1.02 - 2.00 pm

Dickie Valentine

The King Brothers

Rediffusion All Kinds of Music 2.00 - 3.00 pm

Vince Hill

Roy Budd

The New Faces

Malcolm Roberts

Andee Silver

Granada Firstimers Awards Edition 4.45 - 4.55 pm

Prizes were presented by the Bachelors

Best group: The Summers

Best male singer: Mike Styan

Best female singer: Donna-Jo

Best country and western group:The Kentuckians

Best folk group: Tom and Smiley

Best club act: Cuppa T

Best original song: written by The Frank Barry Duo

Rediffusion Alice In Wonderland, Or What’s A Nice Kid Like You Doing In A Place Like This? 6.09 - 7.00 pm

Hanna Barbera cartoon with voice of Sammy Davis Jr

TWW The Tony Crane Show 7.00 - 7.30 pm

NB According to the NME in July 1967 TWW signed Crane to appear in a series of colour shows for world-wide distribution

Tony Crane

Bob Miller & The Millermen

Rosanella (singer)

Rediffusion Aladdin 7:30 - 9:05 pm

Cliff tells Disc in September 1967 "We've decided to do this instead of the film."

Pantomime with Cliff Richard & The Shadows

ITV Songs of East and West

Nadia Catthouse


Tuesday 26th December 1967 Boxing Day

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 1967 part two 5:25 - 6:10 pm

Seen by fifteen million viewers

Hosted by Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile, Alan Freeman

The Bee Gees - Massachusetts (live vocals)

The Monkees – I’m A Believer (clips from TV show)

The Rolling Stones - Let’s Spend The Night Together (repeat 26th January 1967)

Long John Baldry – Let The Heartaches Begin (live)

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich – Zabadak (live vocal?)

Lulu – Love Loves To Love Love (live)

Scott McKenzie – San Francisco (TOTP film)

Diana Ross & The Supremes – Reflections (The GoJos)

Cliff Richard - All My Love (live)

Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale (live vocal)

The Beatles - All You Need Is Love ('Our World' clip)

Engelbert Humperdinck – The Last Waltz (live)

end credits with clips of the Mamas and Papas, The Beach Boys and others, plus audience dancing

Plus interview clips with The Bee Gees, Julie Felix, Paul Jones, Dave Clark, Alan Price, Manfred Mann, Cilla Black, Val Doonican, Spencer Davis, Peter Noone, etc. The Alan Price clip was edited to make it sound as though he was criticising Jimi Hendrix.

BBC1 Frost Over Christmas 7.30 - 8.10

Julie Felix - The Marvellous Toy

BBC1 This Is Petula Clark 8.10 - 8.35 pm

Seen by twelve million viewers

Petula Clark

BBC1 The Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour 8:35 - 9:25 pm

Seen by thirteen million viewers. Traffic had been invited to appear in the show playing Here We 'Round The Mulberry Bush

The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour, The Fool on the Hill, Blue Jay Way, Flying, I Am The Walrus, Your Mother Should Know, Hello Goodbye (excerpt)

The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - Death Cab For Cutie

Ivor Cutler (plays Buster Bloodvessel)

BBC2 The Andy Williams Ice Show 5.05 - 5.55 pm

Andy Williams

BBC2 The Danny Kaye Christmas Show 6.40 - 7.30 pm

Peggy Lee

Wayne Newton

BBC2 This Is The Life 9.45 - 10.35 pm

Diahann Carroll

Rediffusion The Hunting of the Snark 4.52 - 5.20 pm

Music by Johnny Pearson

Rediffusion Do Not Adjust Your Set, or A Happy Boxing Day And A Preposterous New Year 6:35 - 7:00 pm

NB A special introductory edition, but some areas get the first edition of the first series by mistake

The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - Jollity Farm, Do Not Adjust Your Set (sung by cast)

ATV The Benny Hill Show 7:00 - 8:00 pm

The Seekers

Vince Hill

Rediffusion Down At The Old Bull And Bush 10.30 - 11.30 pm

NB Previously announced as 'Christmas in London'

Scott Walker - Wait Until Dark

The Bachelors

Kiki Dee

Tommy Bruce


Wednesday 27th December 1967

BBC1 Juke Box Jury 5.20 - 5.49 pm

NB The 433rd and final edition

Jury - Lulu, Pete Murray, Susan Stranks, Eric Sykes (both Stranks and Murray had been on the very first panel)

Guest - Spencer Davis (mentions a song on his forthcoming album written by Reg Dwight and Bernie Taupin)

Records played - Martha & The Vandellas, Herman's Hermits, Spencer Davis (all hits), Billy Fury, Peter & The Wolves, The Cedars, Berns Brass Foundry (all misses)

BBC1 The Nixon Line Special 6.15 - 6.45 pm

Trisha Noble

BBC1 Gala Varieties From Paris 10.20 - 11.50 pm

A UNICEF charity show broadcast from the Palais de Chaillot, Paris

NB The Beach Boys were to perform a live set - Barbara Ann, God Only Knows, Good Vibrations, Darlin' but this might not have been shown. The group meet up with the Marhareshi Mahesh Yogi and later said they would be meditating

Lena Horne

Johnny Halliday

Ravi Shankar

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.45 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10:30 - 11:15 pm

Paul McCartney talks about Magical Mystery Tour


Thursday 28th December 1967

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7:30 - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Pete Murray, Pete Brady

The Beatles - Fool On The Hill (from Magical Mystery Tour)

Billy Fury - Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt (Fury did the show despite his doctor's concern. Talking to Disc Fury claimed "I've been suffering from bouts of mental depression recently - for which I've seen a specialist - and had to have sedatives to go on Top Of The Pops.")

The Monkees - Daydream Believer (promo clip)

The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home

The Spencer Davis Group - Mr Second Class

The Bee Gees - World (repeat 30th November 1967)

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye (disc)

Des O'Connor - Careless Hands (repeat)

The Scaffold - Thank U Very Much

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.45 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

Rediffusion Come Here Often 5.25 - 5.55 pm

The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band

Rediffusion Exit – It’s The Way Out Show 6.35 - 7.00 pm

Hosted by Ed Stewart

Long John Baldry

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Friday 29th December 1967

BBC1 Crackerjack 4.55 - 5.40 pm

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound

BBC1 The Good Old Days 7.30 - 8.20 pm

Kim Cordell

BBC1 Nina Simone In Concert 10:45 - 11:25 pm

BBC2 The Andy Williams Show 9.55 - 10.45 pm

Andy Williams

Jack Jones

Noel Harrison

Granada On Air and Firstimers 4.50 - 5.00 pm

content unknown

ATV Frank Ifield 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Frank Ifield

Johnny Hackett

The Karlins

Rediffusion The Frost Programme 10.30 - 11.15 pm

contents unknown


Saturday 30th December 1967

BBC1 The Monkees 6:00 - 6:25 pm

99 Pound Weakling...Has A Weighty Problem

BBC1 Dee Time 6:25 - 7:10 pm

Jackie Trent

The Spectrum

Alan Price

Jeanne Lambe (NB apparently Dee was rude to her)

BBC1 The Val Doonican Show 7.55 - 8.40 pm

Val Doonican

Matt Monro

Esther & Abi Ofarim

BBC1 At The Eleventh Hour 11:00 - 11:30 pm

The Scaffold

Jeannie  Lambe - You Can't Give More Than What You Have (Ray Davies song)

BBC2 Once More With Felix 9.25 - 9.55 pm

Julie Felix

Tom Paxton

ATV Good Evening! 5:50 - 6:15 pm

Spencer Davis

The Plastic Penny - Everything I Am

ABC Mike & Bernie’s Show 6:15 - 7:00 pm

New Vaudeville Band

ATV The Golden Shot 8.55 - 9.40 pm

Lulu - To Sir With Love


Sunday 31st December 1967

BBC1 The Julie Andrews Show 7.25 - 8.15 pm

The New Christy Minstrels

BBC1 Suddenly It’s 1968 10.55 pm - 12.00 am

A live New Year's Eve show from The Talk of the Town, London, plus clips from other countries

Hosted by Simon Dee

Julie Felix

The Alex Welsh Band

Jeannie Lambe

The Alan Price Set

Shirley Collins (from All Hallows, London)

BBC1 Seeing The New Year In Scotland 12.00 - 1.00 am

NB Broadcast from the new town of Cumbernauld

Andy Stewart

Kenneth McKellar

Robin Hall & Jimmie Macgregor

Bernadette

The New Faces

Donovan

ATV The Morecambe & Wise Show 8.25 - 9.25 pm

NB They perform a version of the Greig's Piano Concerto sketch on TV, redone for BBC four years later

Frankie Avalon - I Could Write a Book, What Is This Thing Called Love?

The New Vaudeville Band - If I Had a Talking Picture of You, Finchley Central

Millicent Martin - Window Wishin'

ABC A Show For Hogmanay 11.15 pm - end

Frankie Vaughan

The Alexander Brothers

The Islanders


Also This Year

ATV Morecambe & Wise

Cliff Richard

ABC Doddy’s Music Box

The Byrds (in March)

ABC The Eamonn Andrews Show

The Byrds

ATV Showtime / The Big Show

The Bonzos, Lulu, Dusty Springfield, Cliff Richard

BBC1 South West The Scrumpy & Western Show

Adge Cutler and the Wurzels

ITV Kellogs Corn Flakes ad

with Vince Hill jingle

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Record Mirror claims in a July 1967 article that Los Brincos - Lola was played on the show

ATV Tonight With Dave Allen

Frankie McBride - Five Little Fingers

ITV adverts for BEA, Wall's Ice Cream, Hovis, Libro jeans, Weekend magazine, Silvekrin  

Jingles written by Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg

Anglia Hot Cool Blue c.January

Patsy Ann Noble

Sheila Southern

Malcolm Roberts

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

The Tremeloes - Suddenly You Love Me (film clip of the band). Talking to Record Mirror in May 1967 one of the band claim "We bought the Top Of The Pops film we were on and sent it to nine different countries."

ITV Lux advert

Lulu

BBC1 24 Hours (February)

Mickey Dolenz interviewed by Cliff Michelmore

BBC1 (Brighton) The Big Break (May)

Simon Dupree and The Big Sound

BBC2 Man Alive

Jeff Beck was interviewed in late May for the show

ABC Maloney The Self-Made Man c. September

Anita Harris

BBC Wales unknown show c. October

Documentary with Spencer Davis

BBC1 24 Hours c.August

Arthur Brown

BBC Scotland Birth of a Nationwide Hit

Societie (band produced by Allan Clarke)

Rediffusion The Frost Programme

John Walker - If I Promise

ITV Milk advert

sung by Wayne Fontana

ATV The Morecambe & Wise Show

The Kinks – Dandy, A Well Respected Man

Engelbert Humperdinck – Release Me, Country Girl

Millicent Martin – Call Me