From TV Times "An informal mixture of comedy, music, film, news, people in the news, cartoons, sports results... in fact, anything of interest late on a Sunday night."
A curious mixture, a Sunday late night news magazine, co-
The reference to "cartoons of Biograph" in TV Times presumably refers to Bob Godfrey's wonderful creations. The Reg Owen Septet were the resident group, while the designer was Robert Fuest, later to work on The Avengers and direct the Dr Phibes movies in the early seventies.
The musical guests included Lonnie Donegan, Shirley Bassey, Cleo Laine, Humphrey Lyttelton, Rosemary Squires, most of whom appeared on more then one show.
The first series was broadcast on Sundays, moving to Saturday for the second series beginning 12th September 1959.
The show's format would be later copied by ABC's Gazette, Granada's Late Scene and any amount of satire shows from the early sixties onwards.