Saturday 26 January 1963

Panel: Jane Asher, Carroll Baker, Brian Hyland, Pete Murray

Producer: Neville Wortman

Records played:
Keep A Walkin’ – Bobby Darin (London) HIT
Queen For Tonight – Helen Shapiro (Columbia) HIT
Take Your Time – Jess Conrad (Columbia) MISS
My Own True Love – Danny Williams (HMV) HIT
The Night Has A Thousand Eyes – Bobby Vee (Liberty) HIT
Little Girl – Steve Aliamo (Pye) MISS
The Lonely Bull – Jack Jones (London) HIT
Gonna Take A Chance – Tommy Roe (HMV) HIT
Bahia Bossa Nova – Barbara Law (Decca) MISS

Followed by PC Dixon episode, The Bitter Taste Of Youth

On Juke Box Jury, Pete Murray quipped, “If Helen Shapiro’s voice gets any lower, she’ll be giving Paul Robeson a run for his money.”
NME, 1 February 1963

PFTP 240163
After a year’s careful viewing of JBJ, I should like to nominate the following team to counteract the sort of pretentious drivel which is normally talked on the programme.
Mai Zetterling, Spike Milligan, Elaine Stritch and David Kossoff with Eric Sykes to stand by and David Tomlinson as a sleeping partner.
A consolation prize to Pete Murray who really belongs to us eggheads but doesn’t like to say so.
J D Palmer, Manchester 19

PFTP 140263
My team would be Jane Asher as she always knows her mind and sticks to it; Carole Carr because she knows a good song or tune; Steve Race for his technical knowhow; and Sid James because, well, he is just Sid James. As reserves, Judith Chalmers and Jimmy Young.
W R Tann, Neatishead, Norfolk

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