The unexpected success of Where Do You Go To My Lovely led to an offer of a one-
A series was then prepared and it was decided that like the Sandie Shaw Supplement the previous year each show should have a theme. First up was Peter Sarstedt On Age, featuring guests Dusty Springfield and The Kinks. “The thoughts and attitudes of a contemporary songwriter” was how Radio Times described the show’s mission. The second show On Cool featured probably the only TV appearance of Fat Mattress, while the third On Women for some reason featured Joe Cocker and The Greaseband. The fourth On Losers featured Cleo Laine and Fleetwood Mac, and the next On Happiness had the short lived Trash, while the final show On Power featured Madeline Bell and her band Blue Mink. Bell had been a backing singer on the series alongside Rosetta Hightower and Kay Garner.
Producer Stanley Dorfman told the Daily Mirror ahead of the first edition "Half the appeal of Peter's work is the words of the songs he writes. They're very intelligent and modern."
Anyone tuning into the final show who didn’t understand or appreciate the show’s format needn’t have worried, as, according to the Radio Times “Vera Lynn begins her new series next week at 9.30.”
Thankfully for the BBC Sarstedt wasn’t actually the one hit wonder history has perceived him as, but he wasn’t invited back to give it another go, however, he would be invited on to Top Of The Pops and other shows over the next year.