Granada, in something of a coup, signed the Rollers to host a tea-
Produced by Muriel Young the series showed the band at their best, performing (actually miming) in front of an audience of screaming girls, and at their worst, pretending to be interested in the other acts on the show.
Regular features included interviews with celebrities from television and pop, an archive spot ‘let’s roll back’, and ironically, guitar lessons from a real legend, Big Jim Sullivan (the Rollers were renown for not playing on their own records). The show would be repeated the following Saturday morning for kids who couldn't get home in time to see it the first time around.
As TV Times suggested "So switch on... keep rollin."
A video compilation of surviving shows was released in 1993.