From TV Times “The latest "pops" reviewed by George Elrick in ABC's own record shop.”
Elrick was the host for ABC TV's first foray into popular music with this hour-long
Saturday afternoon offering. According to The Stage "the setting represents a music
shop with gramophone records, sheet music and a piano for trying out numbers". Singing
duo The Tanner Sisters were regulars.
A tea-time pop music show which alternated with ATV's The Music Shop. The first show
was a half-hour edition using the name ‘Records’, changing to 'ABC Diskery' the following
week extending it to a full hour.
One of several similar formats formats that ABC would try in its early days, see
also Time For Rhythm and Fan Club / Fan Record Club.