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The Musical Associates were Tony Hatch and Mike Leander, with the theme written by Tommy Moeller of Unit 4 + 2 and sung by Petula Clark. Ketty Lester, who recently had her own Southern TV special, had been hired to appear when the production was due to begin late February or early March 1966. Dionne Warwick was also sought for the show, which by January 1967 was now being promoted as seven, thirty minute shows.
Filming began on 1st June 1966 with Petula Clark performing Homeward Bound on the banks of the River Thames and then taking to the river itself for a shoot with Dave Clark and Cathy McGowan in a power boat the following day. 16th July 1966 saw filming in Paris with Marianne Faithfull, Richard Anthony and Claude Francois, with Lulu in Paris on the 18th. Further filming would include Adam Faith, Sandie Shaw, Mark Wynter, Unit 4 + 2 and dancers The Gojos. According to Melody Maker filming continued 2nd November 1966 with Lulu in Paris again.
Quite while it took almost two years to be shown is unknown. The international flavour of the show must have made it potential Montreux TV awards and export worthy, but it wasn't to be.