A truly awful style, arts and music-
A selection of uninteresting and un-
After a woeful piece of programme planning which saw the show go out live at tea time the decision was made to move it to a late night slot, where less damage to Channel Four’s credibility would be obvious. However, the show hid the talents of one backroom boy, it’s researcher Jonathan Ross who was to take British television into it’s next phase with his own chat show in 1987.
Chart stars like Aztec Camera, Difford & Tilbrook, Elvis Costello, Howard Jones and others appeared, but it wasn’t enough to rescue it.
The show appeared to be performed rather than just merely presented, with interviewers drying up and looking stupid, while the interviewees evaded giving sensible answers, as was the norm at the time. A disaster which ran for two series.