From TV Times - "Jack Jackson introduces personalities, news and music from the world
of show business in his regular Saturday night rendezvous from the Embassy Club in
Bond Street, London."
Hosted by radio disc jockey Jack Jackson who had created a style of presentation
that would later be copied by the likes of Kenny Everett where his own patter would
be accompanied and / or interrupted by appropriate lines from comedy shows or songs.
The transition to television came naturally and the new late-night show was an instant
success. Accompanied by regulars, who would later include Barbara Windsor, he and
his guests would lip-sync a song, sending up the dance interpretation shows of the
time like Hit Parade. Other guests would appear to plug their new release. A "Sing
With The Stars" feature was later introduced.
Each show would neccessitate between 14-15 set changes which were all done live.