Produced by ex-
The show appeared at an odd-
Andy Bown was brought in to record the theme (also released as a single, he even made an appearance on the show to promote it). The show featured the first flops from the likes of Roy Wood, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Alvin Stardust, Slade etc. After moving the show to teatime it gave the first prime time exposure to punk since the Sex Pistols Bill Grundy outburst when the Damned appeared in February 1977 performing Neat Neat Neat.
The visual style was similar to the teatime weekday pop shows with screaming girl
fans kept at a reliable distance from the stars, while each act was introduced from
the control by Mansfield himself or any passing celebrity walking through the London
Weekend corridors. There was briefly a tie-
There was a perception that the kind of pop music that the show peddled was on its way out (particularly with the advent of disco), so the show was cancelled in Spring 1977.