Produced by Chris Mercer, and hosted by Cool For Cats' Kent Walton Discs-
The studio (first Cardiff, then Bristol) was made to look like a coffee bar 'Gogos, the gayest coffee bar in town' where acts would come to play, while the presenters including Tony Prince and one of Britain's first black presenters Cynthia ?
If the artist wouldn't / couldn't appear their song would be visually represented by a series of cartoon stills featuring the show's mascot Foxy the Fox / GoGo drawn by Punch cartoonist Harry Hargreaves, while puppetry was supplied by Frank Mumford. Another ex Cool for Cats presenter Ker Robertson was the script writer. Starfire by The John Barry Seven & Orchestra was used as the show's theme.
The show's coffee bar was run by Frank Harding and Connie Greegrove, who played a stereotypical dumb blonde, literally saying nothing.
Anglia TV in the east of England took the show from 12th March 1962 and TWW took the opportunity to move the show from Thursday to Monday.
The music appeared to come from a the bar's juke box, while every week a smoochy song would be played while the camera showed close ups of embarrassed gooey couples. The regular dance troupe were The Go Jos who at that time had a male dancer while a later, all female version of the troupe would appear on Top Of The Pops.
An accompanying EP promoting the show was released by Decca and according to the liner notes written by the show's producer the show had up to nine million viewers by 1963.
The show leaned towards beat / rhythm and blues and attracted many of Britain's great bands of the time which makes it even more galling that no shows from this era exist, with only the final tribute show from 1968 still extant.
The show carried the banner of 'A TWW Network Production', but was only taken by a few ITV stations.