• 233

    Saturday 18 January 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Jane Asher, Vic Lewis, Robert Morley, Millicent Martin


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Have You Ever Been Lonely – Caravelles (Decca) HIT
    Candy Man – Brian Poole & the Tremeloes (Decca) HIT
    For You – Rick Nelson (Brunswick) MISS
    On My Mind – Mike Berry (HMV) HIT
    Until I Met You – Bobby Rydell (Cameo Parkway) MISS

  • 207

    Saturday 20 July 1963, 6-6.35pm


    Panel: Keith Fordyce, France Nuyen, Joan Sims, Kenneth Williams


    Producer: Richard Evans


    Records played:
    Yes I Do – Pete Maclaine & the Clan (Decca) MISS
    You Don’t Have To Be A Baby To Cry – Caravelles (Decca) MISS
    Rock Me In The Cradle Of Love – Dee Dee Sharp (Cameo-Parkway) HIT
    Taxi – Harry Robinson Crew (Decca) MISS
    In Summer – Billy Fury (Decca) HIT
    All I Want To Do Is Run – Elektras (United Artists) MISS
    I Can’t Stop Loving You – Count Basie (Reprise) MISS
    After You’ve Gone – Alice Babs (Fontana) MISS
    Don’t Blow Us Up – Clay Morton (Decca) MISS
    Green Green – New Christy Minstrels (CBS) MISS


    Pete Maclaine: “I wrote Yes I Do in a Merseybeat style and it was voted a Miss largely because Kenneth Williams didn’t like it. Keith Fordyce thought it was okay. We knew it was going to be on and we were working in Prestatyn that night. We ran round the corner and knocked on the first house, explained who we were and that our record was going to be played. They asked us what it was called and they told us that it had already been on and had been voted a Miss, so we went to the pub.”

    250763 Record Retailer
    Two Philips salesmen and Don Moss did a Juke Box Jury at Catford School. They voted The Verdict Is Guilty by Susan Maughan a hit (of course).