A magazine style programme, somewhere between Top of the Pops and Whistle Test with pop acts performing in the studio, reports about the music business and interviews.
Hosted by Nicky Horne, ex-
Each week a pop star, ranging from Tony Blackburn to Marilyn to Roland Rat, would review the week's new releases.
The first show had The Smiths and Sandie Shaw performing in the studio, while the show took on interviews with John Lydon when British TV were probably bored with him.
It was brave enough to include a near ten-
However, Ear Say would be one of many youth oriented shows that would only last one series.