A show with a faint whiff of Granada's First Timers from a decade earlier as Breakers gave a platform for new talent without having to be judged by an ill informed public or ill tempered professionals. As usual, Muriel Young was on producer duty for this one.
From the TV Times "an exciting series of half-
Not all the acts were 'first timers' though as Child and The Pleasers already had
recording contracts, in fact Child already had a hit under their belt by the time
the show was broadcast. Rosetta Stone had been signed to Private Stock Records and
had big things predicted as one of the band had been in a later line up of The Bay
City Rollers, while the fifth show featured Linda Fletcher, co-
Teri Scoble's dancers provided visual back up for some songs.
It looks like none of the acts got to star in their own show but several of the names turned up in Get It Together later in the year.