One of the first regional early evening pop shows, hosted by Valerie Masters (former singer with Ray Ellington), Ray Cousins and Jimmy Savile, who apparently decided to dye his hair a different colour each week. Dennis Ringrowe was the musical director, while The Clyde Valley Stompers were a regular band.
Scheduled for an eight week run the show included music and comedy aimed at the youth
audience and would according to Disc magazine feature "an LP record quiz, a teenage
fashion contest and a record request session". This first series ran from 4th May
Singer Gary Marshall was hired for the re-
By the beginning of 1962 the show had reached its fourth series and was beginning to attract a strong line up of international artists, despite not being networked.