From Radio Times "Pop, Blues, Folk, and Whoopee!
Alan Price introduces exciting musical sounds of today with Alan Price and Friends, Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band and featuring Fleetwood Mac in a regular spot aimed to give artists time to perform two or three numbers: not just to plug their latest single but to show off their own style."
Alan Price was offered the chance to host a new tea-
Other guests included Pentangle, Duster Bennett, Shirley Collins, The Moody Blues, Magna Carter among others.
Trying to sell album bands to a tea-
A few days after the show finished BBC1 went into colour and maybe the show would have stood a better chance, but at least there was Top of the Pops.
Sadly, complete shows seem to exist, however a few clips have survived.