• 384

    Saturday 14 January 1967, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile
    Casting voter: Margaret Payne


    Producer: Albert Stevenson


    Here Comes My Baby – Tremeloes (CBS)
    Beautiful Dream – Twiggy (Ember)
    Release Me – Engelbert Humperdinck (Decca) MISS
    One Step At A Time – Madeline Bell (Philips)
    I’ve Been A Bad Bad Boy – Paul Jones (HMV)
    A Friend Of Mine – Anglitans (CBS)
    98.6 – Keith (Mercury)
    Peek-A-Boo – New Vaudeville Band (Fontana)

  • 386

    Saturday 28 January 1967, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile
    Casting voter: Ellen Hannavy


    Producer: Albert Stevenson


    Records played:
    Michael (He’s A Lover) – Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band (Piccadilly)
    This Is My Song – Petula Clark (Pye)
    Holiday In Waikiki – Steve Darbishire (Decca)
    Niki Hoeky – P J Proby (Liberty)
    A Clown Am I – Johnny Hackett (Decca)
    The Beat Goes On – Sonny & Cher (Atlantic)

  • 389

    Saturday 18 February 1967, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded 11 February 1967)


    Panel: Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile
    Casting voter: Julie McGill


    Producer: Travers Thorneloe


    Records played:
    Peculiar Situation – Young Idea (Columbia)
    So Nice (Summer Samba) –Andy Williams (CBS)
    Keep It Out Of Sight – Paul and Barry Ryan (Decca)
    I’ll Try Anything – Dusty Springfield (Philips)
    Daddy’s Little Girl – Al Martino (Capitol)
    So Good – Roy Orbison (London)
    Georgy Girl – Seekers (Columbia)

  • 390

    Saturday 25 February 1967, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile, Penny Valentine, Virgina Wetherell
    Casting voter: Dave Porter


    Producer: James Moir


    Records played:
    Goodnight Sleep Tight – Quiet Five (CBS)
    Memories Are Made Of This – Val Doonican (Decca)
    Tickle Me – Alan Price Set (Decca)
    Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone – Supremes (Tamla-Motown)
    I Hear A Rhapsody – The Majority (Decca F 12573)
    I’m Going Out (The Same Way I Came In) – Kiki Dee (Fontana)
    Darlin’ Be Home Soon – Lovin’ Spoonful (Kama Sutra)

  • 392

    Saturday 11 March 1967, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded)


    Panel: Retia Favia, Judy Geeson, Pete Murray, David Symonds
    Casting voter: Linda Jackson)


    Producer: Travers Thorneloe


    Records played:
    Lady Love – Vontastics (Stateside)
    Got To Find A Reason – Three People (Decca)
    Chicken Feed – Millie Small (Fontana)
    It’s All Over – Cliff Richard (Columbia)
    Puppet on a String – Sandie Shaw (Pye)
    Arnold Layne – Pink Floyd (Columbia)
    Stranger – Dave Berry (Decca)
    All – James Darren (Warner)

  • 399

    Saturday 29 April 1967, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded 22 April 1967)


    Panel: Vikki Carr, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Anneke Wills
    Casting voter: Anna Double


    Producer: Colin Charman


    Records played:
    Samantha’s Mine – Spectrum (RCA)
    Love is a Feeling – Milva (Major Minor)
    I Got Rhythm – Happenings (Stateside)
    Euston Station – Barbara Ruskin (Parlophone)
    Bowling Green – Everly Brothers (Warner)
    24 Sycamore – Wayne Fontana (Fontana)
    Just One More Chance – Outer Limits (Decca) HIT

  • 401

    Saturday 13 May 1967, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded)


    Panel: Anita Harris, Roy Hudd, Leila Pasha, Cliff Richard
    Casting voter: Sue Mornie


    Producer: Colin Charman


    Records played:
    Use Me – Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers (Parlophone)
    Walking in the Rain – Walker Bros (Philips)
    My Old Car – Lee Dorsey (Stateside)
    Love Eyes – Nancy Sinatra (Reprise)
    Okay! – Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Titch (Fontana)
    Two Streets – Val Doonican (Decca)
    Yesterday’s Papers – Chris Farlowe (Immediate)

  • 406

    Saturday 17 June 1967, 5.10-5.35pm


    Panel: Rolf Harris, Charlotte Rampling, David Symonds, Jackie Trent
    John Summerhayes (casting voter)


    Producer: Colin Charmant


    Records played:
    See Emily Play – Pink Floyd
    Every Single Day – Two Of Each (Decca)
    Alternate Title – Monkees
    All For Me Grog – Dubliners
    Up Up And Away – Johnny Mann
    San Francisco – Scott McKenzie

  • 412

    Saturday 5 August 1967, 5.40-6.10pm

    (Recorded)


    Panel: Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Mike Quinn, Barbara Windsor
    Pip Trew (casting vote)


    Producer: Colin Charman


    Records played:
    My Mammy – King Brothers (Page One)
    Thank the Lord for the Nighttime – Neil Diamond
    I Wanna Go Back There Again – Trudy Smith (Decca)
    The Happening (H-D-H) – Herb Alpert
    Portobello Road – Spectrum (RCA)
    A Girl Like You – Young Rascals
    Sticks and Stones – Warm Sounds (Immediate)
    Lonesome Road – The Wonder Who
    Craise From Kirk – Johnnie Young (Polydor)

  • 417

    Saturday 9 September 1967, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Yolanda Bavan, Jennifer Lewis, Brian Matthew, P J Proby
    Kathy McBrearty (casting vote)


    Producer: David O’Clee


    Records played:
    I’ll Never Need More Than This – Ike and Tina Turner
    Sunflower, Sunflower – P F Sloan
    The Letter – The Box Tops
    Thoroughly Modern Millie – Julie Andrews
    Love Bug, Leave My Heart Alone – Martha & the Vandellas
    Pashionella Grundy – Bill Niles (Decca)
    Anything Goes – Harper’s Bizarre

  • 418

    Saturday 16 September 1967, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded)


    Panel: Dave Cash, Annette Day, Neil McCallum, Majorie Proops
    Barbara Reaney, casting vote


    Producer: David O’Clee


    Records played:
    Unexpected Mirrors – Jimmy Powell (Decca)
    When Will The Good Apples Fall – Seekers
    Linda Loves Linda – Floribunda Rose (Piccadilly)
    The Cat In The Window – Petula Clark
    My Baby Cried All Night Long – Lee Hazlewood
    Theme For A New Love – Davy Jones (Pye)
    Love Letters in the Sand – Vince Hill

  • 333

    Saturday 1 January 1966, 5.15-5.45pm


    Panel: Max Bygraves family with Uncle Eric
    Max Bygraves, Maxine Bygraves, Anthony Bygraves, Eric Sykes


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Love Bug – Jack Jones (London)
    Girl – St Louis Union (Decca)
    Sound Of Silence – Simon and Garfunkel (CBS)
    Getting Nowhere – Friday Browne (Parlophone)
    Wait – Frankie Vaughan (Philips)
    Another Year, Another Love, Another Heartache – Julie Rogers (Mercury)
    Michelle – Overlanders (Pye)
    Creation – Rick And Sandy (Decca)
    Dream Child – Toni Eden (United Artists)
    What Do You Say About That – Phase 4 (Fab)

  • 351

    Saturday 7 May 1966, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Georgie Fame, Spike Milligan, Marianne Faithfull, Elaine Taylor


    Casting vote: Jill Oakes


    Producer: Terry Henebery


    Records played:
    Hey Girl – Small Faces (Decca)
    Promises – Ken Dodd (Columbia)
    Downtown – Mrs Miller (Capitol)
    Rainy Day Women Nos 12 & 35 – Bob Dylan (CBS)
    Life And Soul Of The Party – Mally Page (Pye)
    Two Days Monday – Scaffold (Parlophone)
    Never Leave Your Baby’s Side
    Monday Monday – Mama and Papas (RCA)

  • 356

    Saturday 11 June 1966, 5.05-5.35pm

    (Recorded)


    Panel: Anne Allen, Jay (presumably Jay Black), Pete Murray, Suzanna Leigh


    Casting voter: Janet Wakeling


    Producer: Terry Henebery


    Records played:
    Please Don’t Sell My Dad No More Wine – Cup O’Kindness (Parlophone)
    It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s Man’s World – James Brown
    The More I See You – Jay Marshall (Decca)
    Sandy – Swingin’ Blue Jeans
    Come And Get Me – Susan Maughan (60 secs)
    Come And Get Me – Lisa Shane (75 secs)
    Lana – Roy Orbison
    A Street That Rhymes At 6am – Norma Tanega
    No One Will Ever Know – Frank Ifield
    Come Running Back – Dean Martin

  • 377

    Saturday 26 November 1966, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded)


    Panel: Eric Burdon, Virginia Ironside, Cleo Laine, Brian Matthew


    Casting voter: Dave Russon


    Producer: Albert Stevenson


    Records played:
    Knight In Rusty Armour – Peter & Gordon (Columbia)
    That’s Life – Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
    Walk With Faith In Your Heart – Bachelors (Decca)
    You Keep Me Hangin’ On – Supremes (Tamla-Motown)
    There Won’t Be Many Comin’ Home – Roy Orbison (London)
    East West – Herman’s Hermits (Columbia)
    She’s Coming To Me (D & T O’Brien) – O’Brien Brothers (Major Minor)

  • 379

    Saturday 10 December 1966, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded 3 December 1966)


    Panel: The Bachelors (Con Cluskey, Dec Cluskey, John Stokes), Julie Felix


    Casting voter: Carolyn Sowell


    Producer: Albert Stevenson


    Records played:
    Going Nowhere – Los Bravos (Decca)
    Deadlier Than The Male – Walker Bros (Philips)
    Pandora’s Golden Heebie Jeebies –Association (Warner)
    That Special Way – Nancy Wilson (Capitol)
    Anyway That You Want Me – Troggs (Page One)
    When Will The Good Apples Fall – Ronnie Hilton (HMV)
    Nashville Cats – Lovin’ Spoonful (Kama Sutra)

  • 381

    Saturday 24 December 1966, 5.15-5.40pm

    (Recorded 17 December 1966)


    Panel: The Seekers (Judith Durham, Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley, Athol Guy)


    Casting voter: Linda Shiel


    Producer: Albert Stevenson


    Records played:
    Listen To My Heart – The Bats (Decca)
    Single Posey – Sandy Posey (MGM)
    The Rising Of The Moon – Tinkers (Pye)
    Sitting In The Park – Georgie Fame (Columbia)
    From A Distance (P F Sloan) – Odin’s People (Major Minor)
    Love In The Open Air (McCartney) – Tudor Minstrels (Decca)
    Mama (When My Dollies Have Babies) – Cher (Liberty)
    The Angel And The Stranger – Eddy Arnold (RCA)

  • 382

    Saturday 31 December 1966, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Simon Dee, Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, Jimmy Savile


    Casting voter: Nick Hallett


    Producer: Albert Stevenson


    Records played:
    Hard Lovin’(Kerr, Peel) – Richard Kerr (Decca)
    The Elephant That Ate Chicago – Dr West’s Medicine Show & Junk Band (CBS)
    Listen To the River Roll Along – Wee Willie Harris (Polydor)
    Sugar Town –Nancy Sinatra (Reprise)
    Matthew and Son – Cat Stevens (Deram)
    I’m A Believer – Monkees (RCA)
    You and Me (Tubbs) – H T (Polydor)

  • 284

    Saturday 9 January 1965, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: David Healy, Pete Murray, Peggy Mount, Dusty Springfield


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Here She Comes – Tymes (Pye) HIT (3-1)
    The Special Years – Val Doonican (Decca) HIT (all)
    Invisible Tears – Elaine & Derek (Decca) MISS (all)
    You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ – Cilla Black (Parlophone) 0.54 HIT (all)
    Everybody Knows – Dave Clark Five (Columbia) HIT (3-1)
    Across The Street – Craig Douglas (Fontana) MISS (all)
    Makin’ Whoopee – Ray Charles (HMV) MISS (3-0 second jury)
    Dance Dance Dance – Beach Boys (Capitol) HIT (3-0 second jury)
    Ain’t It The Truth – Mary Wells (Stateside) HIT (all)


    Audience Research Report
    Audience was 22%, and 9% watching ITV
    Reaction index of 51 (average 54 for series)
    “Juke Box Jury appealed very much more to viewers under 20 but at the same time reaction to this particular edition was not unduly enthusiastic.”
    Teenagers thought that there were too many records of a type that would never make the charts. (Actually, untrue in this instance!)
    The teenagers had little time for anyone not of their generation or musical persuasion.
    The most popular personality was the one member who openly admitted her ignorance of pop music – Peggy Mount. Viewers admired her honesty and found her likeable and forthright.
    Pete Murray disliked for his “stupid fooling around” and “disastrous attempts at humour”.
    Dusty was criticised for her “inarticulate mumblings” and her “quite grotesque makeup”.
    David Healy didn’t make an impression either way.
    The majority found the ‘candid camera’ shots of the audience a most attractive feature.

  • 285

    Saturday 16 January 1965, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Maureen Cleave, Rupert Davies, Richard Wattis


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Michelle – Morgan James Duo (Philips) MISS (3-1)
    Funny How Love Can Be – Ivy League (Piccadilly) HIT (3-1)
    Long After Tonight Is All Over – Jimmy Radcliffe (Musicor) HIT (all)
    Tired Of Waiting For You – The Kinks (Pye) MISS (3-1)
    Bombay Duckling – Ted Heath & his Music (Decca) MISS (3-1)
    Come See About Me – The Supremes (Motown single played, then on Stateside) HIT (all)
    And The Heavens Cried – Vince Hill (Columbia) MISS (2-1 second jury)
    Now I’m Alone – The Gamblers (Decca) MISS (3-0 second jury)


    Artist fees £283.10 (incl 30g for each panel member, so David Jacobs is £157.10)
    Copyright is £155
    Telerecording is £60
    Total £498.10, budget allocation is £500.

  • 286

    Saturday 23 January 1965, 5.15.-5.40pm


    Panel: Angela Douglas, Virginia Lewis, Wolf Mankowitz, Del Shannon


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    It’s Not Unusual – Tom Jones (Decca)
    Somewhere In Your Heart – Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
    See You Later Alligator – Millie (Fontana)
    It’s Gonna Last Forever – Billy J Kramer (Parlophone)
    Nancy’s Theme – Earle Hagen (Colpix)
    Game Of Love – Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders (Fontana)
    No Other Heart – Nat ‘King’ Cole (Capitol)
    Yes I Will – The Hollies (Parlophone)

  • 287

    Saturday 30 January 1965, 5.15.-5.40pm

    (Recorded 23 January)


    Panel: Paul Anka, Stubby Kaye, Ann Sidney, Julie Samuel


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – The Animals (Columbia)
    You’re Nobody Til Somebody Loves You – Dean Martin (Reprise)
    I Cry Alone – Jackie Lee (Decca)
    Stop Feelin’ Sorry For Yourself – Adam Faith (Parlophone) 0.59
    Thanks a Lot – Brenda Lee (Brunswick)
    Stairway to a Star – Shelley (Pye) Written by Miki Dallon
    It Hurts So Much – Jim Reeves (RCA)
    He’s The One For Me – Tammy St John (Pye)
    Tell Her No – The Zombies (Decca) 1.06


    Programme was not billed in RT due to arrangements for Churchill’s funeral.

  • 288

    Saturday 6 February 1965, 5.15.-5.40pm


    Panel: Thora Hird, Linda Lewis, Don Moss, Gene Pitney


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Your Hurtin’ Kinda Love – Dusty Springfield (Philips)
    Mary Anne – Shadows (Columbia)
    Silhouettes – Herman’s Hermits (Columbia)
    Come and Stay With Me – Marianne Faithfull (Decca) (Mystery Guest)
    Goodnight – Roy Orbison (London)
    In My Way – Dave Kaye (Decca) MISS
    The Look Of Love – Lesley Gore (Mercury)
    Half As Much – Rick & Sandy (Mercury)

  • 289

    Saturday 13 February 1965, 5.15.-5.40pm

    (Recorded 6 February)


    Panel: Brian Epstein, Marianne Faithfull, Adrienne Posta, Ted Ray


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Teardrops In The Rain – Joe Brown (Pye)
    Golden Lights – Twinkle (Decca) (Mystery Guest)
    My Funny Valentine – Buddy Greco (Columbia)
    Honey I Need – Pretty Things (Fontana) 0.48
    I Must Be Seeing Things – Gene Pitney (Stateside) (Mystery Guest)
    In The Meantime – Georgie Fame (Columbia)
    I’ll Stop At Nothing – Sandie Shaw (Pye) (Mystery Guest)
    The In Crowd – Dobie Gray (London)


    Ted Ray paid 30g

  • 291

    Saturday 27 February 1965, 5.15.-5.40pm


    Panel: Jane Asher, Bill Crozier, Georgie Fame, Jean Metcalfe


    Producer: Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Reelin’ And Rockin’ – Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
    That’s Not What Angels Are For – Barbara Kay (Pye)
    Without You – Matt Monro (Parlophone)
    Goodbye My Love – The Searchers (Pye)
    Funny World – Astrud Gilberto (Verve)
    Have You Looked Into Your Heart – Peter Gordeno (Decca) (Mystery Guest)
    Softly Softly – Ruby Murray (Columbia)

  • 27

    Saturday 9 January 1960, 6-6.30pm (Recorded 2.1.60)


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Lionel Bart, Shirley Anne Field, Gilbert Harding, Anita Prynne


    Records played:
    All in Good Time – Nelson Trio (London)
    A Girl Like You – Randy Sparks (HMV)
    What More Do You Want – Frankie Vaughan (Philips)
    Little Angel – Eddie Cochran (London) voted a hit
    Song Of The Dreamer – David Whitfield (Decca)
    We Told You Not To Marry – Titus Turner (London)
    Think Love – Kathy Linden (Felsted)
    Summer Set – Acker Bilk (Columbia)
    The Years Between – Maureen Evans (HMV)


    Eddie Cochran’s ‘Little Angel’ voted a hit on ‘Juke Box Jury’. Why were they playing the B-side? David Jacobs was so astonished that Gilbert Harding liked it that he gave him the record.

    Lionel Bart was a song-writer who had just achieved massive success with Tommy Steele, and shows such as Fings Ain’t What They Used T’Be and Oliver; Shirley Anne Field was an actress; Anita Prynne an actress and TV interviewer.

  • 28

    Saturday 16 January 1960, 6-6.30pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Anthea Askey, Jimmy Henney, Joni James, Eric Robinson


    Records played:
    The Big Hurt – Maureen Evans (Oriole)
    Pretty Blue Eyes – Craig Douglas (Top Rank)
    El Paso – Marty Robbins (Fontana)
    My Little Budgie – Bruce Forsyth (Parlophone)
    Point of No Return – Diana Dors (Pye)
    Where Or When – Dion and the Belmonts (London)
    Silver Shoes – Winifred Atwell (Decca)
    Misty – Johnny Mathis


    “In a recent Juke Box Jury in the States,” said her husband Tony Aquaviva, who is the musical director of the Symphony of the Year, “Joni (James) held out against the rest of the panel about one number which they condemned and within two weeks it was right at the top.” She was said to be the first pop singer to appear at Carnegie Hall with a full symphony orchestra. Has eight gold and two platinum (over 2 million) records.

    Anthea Askey, daughter of famous actor/comedian Arthur, was an actress; Jimmy Henney a DJ and TV presenter; Joni James an American singer; Eric Robinson a bandleader and musical director, much seen on BBC TV.

  • 33

    Saturday 20 February 1960, 6-6.30pm

    (Recorded 13.2.60)


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Anthea Askey, Alan Freeman, Ted Ray, Jeanette Starke


    Records played:
    Theme From ‘A Summer Place’ – Norrie Paramor (Columbia) Side set
    Delaware – Perry Como (RCA)
    I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise – Pat O’Day (Pye)
    Like Wow – Billy Eckstine (Columbia)
    No One Understands – Valerie Masters (Fontana)
    Looking High, High, High – Bryan Johnson (Decca) Side set
    Alone In The Night – Paul Raven (Decca)
    Like Young – Ella Fitzgerald (HMV)


    Camera script unused: Like Young (Ella Fitzgerald) and Running Bear (Johnny Preston)

  • 34

    Saturday 27 February 1960, 6-6.30pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Lorrae Desmond, Alan Freeman, Eric Sykes, Henrietta Tiarks


    Records played:
    Wild One – Bobby Rydell (Columbia)
    Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be – Max Bygraves (Decca)
    Wish – Stevie Marsh (Decca)
    Mi Amor – David Hughes (Top Rank) Side set
    Tops In Pops (Staccato’s Theme, Oh Carol, Why) – Winifred Atwell (Decca)
    Heartbeat – England Sisters (HMV) HIT
    A Year Ago Tonight – Paul Byron (Decca)
    Lady Luck – Lloyd Price (HMV)


    Camera script unused: Buskers’ Time (Bob Miller)

    The England Sisters are Betty, Julie and Hazel Dunderdale from Goole, father a sausage manufacturer. Backed by John Barry Seven.

  • 41

    Saturday 16 April 1960, 6-6.30pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Sheila Gallagher, Gary Miller, Eric Robinson, Anne Rogers


    Records played:
    Standing On The Corner – Four Lads (Philips)
    Cradle Of Love – Johnny Preston (Mercury)
    Someday – Della Reese (RCA)
    A Place In The Sun – Robert Earl (Philips)
    Anyway The Wind Blows – Doris Day (Philips)
    This Love I Have For You – Lance Fortune (Pye)
    Ramona – Five Dallas Boys (Columbia)
    The Love I Share With You – Alfred Lynch (Decca)
    Don’t Fence Me In – Tommy Edwards (MGM)


    Camera script: Greenfields (Beverley Sisters) listed but this record had been banned.

    Anne Rogers was starring as Eliza Doolittle at Drury Lane. She was the daughter in law of Henry Hall. She had done over 720 performance in US and 280 in UK. On April 13, did her 1,000th performance. A fast car was to take her to Drury Lane after the show.

  • 42

    Saturday 23 April 1960, 6-6.30pm

    (Recorded 16.4.60)


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: David Hughes, Pete Murray, Jack Payne, Eric Sykes


    Records played:
    When You Lose The One You Love – Joanie, Johnny & Hal (Capitol)
    Like Love – Lynn Cornell (Decca)
    Heart of A Teenage Girl – Craig Douglas (Top Rank)
    Apple Green – June Valli (Mercury)
    Wake Me When It’s Over – Andy Williams (London)
    Cantiamo Al Amore – Ines Taddio (Polydor)
    Big Iron – Marty Robbins (Fontana)


    Camera script: Steady Date (Three Bells)

  • 44

    Saturday 7 May 1960, 6-6.30pm

    (Recorded 30.04.60)


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Doug Levy, Nancy Pederson, Karen Post, Ed Robertson


    Records played:
    Et Voila – Frankie Laine (Philips)
    Now Now Now – Jerry Keller (London)
    All I Need – Edna Savage (Parlophone) Side set
    Tamiami – Bill Haley & his Comets (Warner)
    That’s You – Nat King Cole (Capitol)
    My Gal Sal – The Freemen (Parlophone) Side set
    I Love The Way You Love – Marv Johnson (London)
    The Madison Time – Ted Heath & his Music (Decca)
    Got A Girl – Four Preps (Capitol)


    The panel comprised of teenagers from the American School of Independence, Bushey Park, US base in Middlesex. Headmaster gave Russell Turner and Johnnie Stewart 20 possibles and they chose four. All aged 17 to 19.

  • 47

    Saturday 4 June 1960

    (Ampex 280560)


    Panel: Carole Carr, Pete Murray, Ted Ray, Henrietta Tiarks


    Records played:
    We’re Only Young Once – The Avons (Columbia) Side set
    You’ll Never Know What You’re Missing ’Til You Try – Emile Ford & the Checkmates (Pye)
    He’ll Have To Go – Jeannie Black (Capitol)
    Happy-go-lucky Me – Russ Sainty (Top Rank)
    Happy-go-lucky Me – Frank Ifield (Columbia)
    Young Emotions – Ricky Nelson (London)
    Tintarella Di Luna (Magic Colour Of The Moonlight) – Lana Sisters (Fontana)
    Rosemary – Tim Connor (Decca)
    How Deep Is The Ocean – Isley Brothers (RCA)
    Little Brown Jug – Bobby Summers (Capitol)


    Records taken from camera script so unlikely all were played.

  • 49

    Saturday 18 June 1960

    (Ampex 110660)


    Panel: Carole Carr, Millicent Martin, Eric Winstone, Digby Wolfe


    Records played:
    Swingin’ School – Bobby Rydell (Columbia)
    Down Yonder – Johnny & the Hurricanes (London)
    What A Mouth! – Tommy Steele (Decca)
    Made You – Adam Faith (Parlophone)
    Alley-Oop – Hollywood Argyles (London)
    Make Love To Me – Kitty Kallen (Philips)
    Another Sleepless Night – Jimmy Clanton (Top Rank)
    Cry Hurtin’ Heart – Guy Mitchell (Philips)
    Shakin’ All Over – Johnny Kidd & the Pirates (HMV) MISS
    Ol’ Man River – Jerry Angelo (Parlophone)


    Records taken from camera script so unlikely all were played.

    Johnny Kidd was there

    No show on 25 June 1960, Wimbledon and the Test Match

  • 50

    Saturday 2 July 1960

    (Duration 35m 20s)


    Panel: Anthea Askey, Carmen Dragon, Pete Murray, Ed Robertson


    Records played:
    Bill Bailey – Bobby Darin (London) HIT (3-1)
    Train of Love – Alma Cogan (HMV) HIT (4-0)
    Jellied Eels – Joe Brown (Decca) HIT (4-0)
    I’m Sorry – Brenda Lee (Brunswick) MISS (1-3)
    Joey’s Song – Michael Hill HIT (Parlophone) (4-0)
    Rosie Lee – Roy Castle (Philips) HIT (3-1)
    Only The Lonely – Roy Orbison (London) MISS (1-3)
    Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka-Dot Bikini – Brian Hyland (London) MISS (0-4)
    ? – Paul Hampton MISS (1-3)


    Camera script: Angry (Marty Wilde)

  • 51

    Saturday 9 July 1960, 6.40-7.15pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Alan Dell, June Marlow, Peter Noble


    Records played:
    Mais Oui – King Brothers (Philips) HIT (4-0)
    Oh! What A Day – Craig Douglas (Top Rank) HIT (4-0)
    If She Should Come To You – Anthony Newley (Decca) HIT (4-0)
    Come Back Again – Anne Shelton (Philips) HIT (4-0)
    Come On In – Tony Brent (Columbia) HIT (3-2)
    When Will I Be Loved – Everly Brothers (London) MISS (1-3)
    Papa Loves Mama – Joan Regan with Donna and Rusty (Pye) HIT (4-0)
    Papa He Loves Mama – Donald Peers (Columbia) HIT (3-1)
    Cindy Lou – Johnnie Lee (Fontana) MISS (0-4)


    Last Johnnie Stewart production

  • 52

    Saturday 16 July 1960


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Judy Carne, Sidney James, Eric Sykes


    Produced by Bill Cotton Jr


    Records played:
    The Hawk – Johnny Desmond (Philips) HIT
    Get Your Daddy’s Car Tonight – Lorrae Desmond (Parlophone) MISS
    The Old Oaken Bucket – Tommy Sands (Capitol) MISS but praised
    I’d Do Anything – Mike Preston (Decca) HIT
    Because They’re Young – Duane Eddy (London) MISS (Camera script says HIT)
    Everyday – Della Reese (RCA) MISS
    A Mess Of Blues – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT
    Mission Bell – Ronnie Hilton (HMV) HIT


    Camera script unplayed: Mule Skinner Blues (Rusty Draper)

    No programme on Saturday 23 July 1960 – Test Match

  • 53

    Saturday 30 July 1960


    Panel: Anthea Askey, Arthur Askey, Susan Franks, Peter Haigh


    Records played:
    The Sheik Of Chicago (Mustafa) – Four Lads (Philips)
    Quiet – Baby Dolls (Warner)
    Naughty – Charlie Drake (Parlophone)
    Long Ago Last Summer – Diana Trask (Philips)
    Walking To New Orleans – Fats Domino (London)
    Down By The River – Rosemary Lane (Philips) side set
    Image of a Girl – Mark Wynter (Decca)
    Image of a Girl – Nelson Keene (HMV)
    Sweet Tooth – Les Howard (Columbia)
    Feel So Fine – Johnny Preston (Mercury)

  • 54

    Saturday 6 August 1960

    (Ampex 300760)


    Panel: Judy Huxtable, Bunny Lewis, Stirling Moss, Kenneth Wolstenholme


    Records played:
    You’re Thrilling – Johnny Angel (Parlophone) side set
    I’ll Fly Away – Lonnie Saton (Warner)
    I’ve Never Seen A Straight Banana – Jimmy Edwards (Fontana)
    This Place Called Home – Dorothy Squires (Decca)
    Light Up The Sky – Tommy Steele
    Theme From The Apartment – Ferrante & Teicher (London)
    Unless You Mean It – Jess Conrad (Decca) side set
    Silver Moon Upon The Golden Sands – Guy Mitchell (Philips)

  • 59

    Saturday 17 September 1960


    Panel: Capucine, Toni Eden, Jimmy Henney, Terence Morgan


    Produced by Stewart Morris


    Records played:
    Move Two Mountains – Mudlarks (Columbia)
    How About That – John Scott (Parlophone) MISS
    I Didn’t Know The Guy Was Loaded – The Cannons (Decca) MISS
    Strangers When We Meet – Dennis Lotis (Columbia) MISS
    The Kiss – Dale Sisters (HMV) MISS
    Chain Gang – Ronnie Carroll (Philips) HIT
    Pineapple Princess – Annette (Pye International) HIT
    Slowcoach – Kenny Lynch (HMV) HIT


    Camera script unused: Goody Goody (Dave King) and Just For A Thrill (Kay Starr)

  • 60

    Saturday 24 September 1960


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Don Ross, Peggy Mount, Eric Sykes


    Records played:
    Just For A Thrill – Kay Starr (Capitol)
    Is There Any Chance – Marty Robbins (Fontana)
    Nicolette – Winifred Atwell (Decca)
    My Love For You – Johnny Mathis (Fontana)
    Never On Sunday – Chaquito (Fontana)
    Never On Sunday – Lyn Cornell (Decca)
    If I Were a Bell – Sarah Vaughan and Joe Williams with Count Basie & his Orchestra (Columbia)
    Delia Gone – Pat Boone (London)
    Stay With Me – Ed Townsend (Warner)


    Taken from camera script. All may not have been played.

  • 02

    Monday 8 June 1959, 7.30-7.55pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Alma Cogan, Gary Miller, Pete Murray, Susan Stranks


    Records played:
    Nowhere In This World – Derry Hart & the Heartbeats (Decca)
    Kansas City – Little Richard (London)
    Camera script: was going to be Forty Days
    Lipstick On Your Collar – Connie Francis (MGM) side set
    The Windows Of Paris – Tony Osborne & his Orchestra (HMV)
    All Night Long – Monty Babson (London)
    I-ay-ove-lay Oo-yay – Three Barry Sisters (Decca)


    Camera script: was going to be Red Shoes (Kirby Stone Four)
    Peter Gunn – Duane Eddy (London)
    Camera script unused: Sway (prob Norman Grant Orch), When You See Her (Lee & Jay Elvin)

    Reviewed by Nancy Spain in Daily Express the following day: “The BBC’s Juke Box Jury seems to be a dismal flop. Alma Cogan, Pete Murray, Gary Miller and a typical teenager called Susan Stranks are still hard at it guessing which records (if any) are gong to be hits and which misses. All four are conscientious and with the occasional exception of Alma Cogan, the most deadly bores. I actually heard Pete Murray speaking of a record which sounded to me like the insistent yowling of a tom-cat say it was a ‘prestige record’. If this programme has a value (which I rather doubt) it will be in the comparison which we can make between the panel’s prophecy and the actual hits.”

    “New Juke Box Jury signature tune waxed by Ossie Warlock and the Wizards; this nom de plume conceals Tony Osborne’s identity.” Alley Cat, 12 June 1959

  • 04

    Monday 22 June 1959, 7.30-7.55pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Mandy Miller, Pete Murray, Eric Sykes, Shani Wallis


    Records played:
    Waterloo – Stonewall Jackson (Philips)
    Waterloo – The Mudlarks (Columbia)
    I’m Gonna Change Him – Cathy Carr (Roulette)
    The Summer Of The Seventeenth Doll – Winifred Atwell (Decca)
    I Know – Perry Como (RCA)
    What A Diff’rence A Day Made – Dinah Washington (Mercury)
    Bobby Sox To Stockings – Frankie Avalon (HMV)
    Marshal Marshal – Gar Bacon (Fontana)


    Camera script unused: All My Sorrows, Driftin’ , Along Came Jones. Camera script has final record Don’t Forget by Hughie Green. Also, An Anonymous Letter by June Valli for Dinah Washington.

    No show on Monday 29 June 1959 because of the Star Ballroom Championships from Earls Court.

  • 06

    Monday 13 July 1959


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Petula Clark, Pete Murray, Susan Stranks, Eric Sykes


    Producer: Russell Turner


    Records played:
    Scotland The Brave – Edmundo Ros (Decca)
    Mary Ann Thomas – Bobby Freeman (London)
    The Wonder Of You – Ronnie Hilton (HMV)
    The Wonder Of You – Ray Peterson (RCA)
    Wonderful You – Ronnie Carroll (Philips)
    La Plume De Ma Tante – Hugo & Luigi (RCA)
    Moody – The Poni-Tails (HMV)
    Ragtime Cowboy Joe – David Seville & the Chipmunks (London)


    Camera script unused: Tiger (Fabian)

    No show on Monday 20 July 1959 because of Royal International Horse Show.

  • 12

    Saturday 12 September 1959, 6.50-7.15pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Peggy Cummins, Eric Robinson, Susan Stranks, Eric Sykes


    Records played:
    Peggy Sue Got Married – Buddy Holly (Coral)
    Cry Baby Cry – Bernie Fenton (Philips)
    Lady May – Eddie Hickey (Decca)
    Smile Smile Smile And Sing Sing Sing – Russ Hamilton (Oriole)
    My Funny Valentine – Shirley Bassey (Philips)
    The Shape I’m In – Johnny Restivo (RCA)

  • 13

    Saturday 19 September 1959, 6.50-7.15pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Judy Carne, Petula Clark, Bill Maynard, Peter Noble


    Reccords played:
    I Want To Walk You Home – Shane Rimmer (Columbia)
    Angel Face – Billy Fury (Decca)
    Sleepwalk – Santo & Johnny (Pye)
    Sleepwalk – Ken Mackintosh (HMV)
    You Were Mine – Tommy Steele (Decca)
    Someone To Love – Anthony Newley (Decca)
    Mack The Knife – Bobby Darin (London)

  • 15

    Saturday 3 October 1959, 6.50-7.15pm

    (Recorded 19 September 1959)


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Petula Clark, Dickie Dawson, Diana Dors, Tony Osborne


    Records played:
    Treble Chance – Joe ‘Mr Piano’ Henderson (Pye)
    Makin’ Love – Floyd Robinson (RCA)
    So High So Low – Danny Williams (HMV)
    Broken Hearted Melody – Tony Raymond (Fontana)
    But Not For Me – Ella Fitzgerald (HMV)
    Jenny – Ray Sone (Decca)
    She Came As A Stranger – Perry Ford (Parlophone)
    Oh What A Fool – Impalas (MGM)

  • 16

    Saturday 10 October 1959, 6.50-715pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Gloria Kindersley, Gary Miller, Milton Subotsky, Venetia Stevenson


    Records played:
    Doodles – Eddie Layton (Mercury)
    Love Potion No 9 – Clovers (London)
    A Worried Man – Kingston Trio (Capitol)
    Mr Blue – David Macbeth (Pye)
    Mr Blue – Mike Preston (Decca)
    Just Ask Your Heart – Frankie Avalon (HMV)
    Wish It Were Me – Craig Douglas (Top Rank)
    Old Shep – Hank Snow (RCA)

  • 17

    Saturday 17 October 1959, 6.50-7.15pm


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Alma Cogan, Louie Ramsay, Jimmy Savile, Digby Wolfe


    Records played:
    Destiny – Henry Rene (London)
    Put Your Head On My Shoulder – Paul Anka (Columbia)
    What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For – Emile Ford (Pye)
    Teach Me – David Hughes (Top Rank)
    Candlewick – Winifred Atwell (Decca)
    My Only Love – Allan Bruce (Fontana)
    Oh Carol – Neil Sedaka (RCA)

  • 20

    Saturday 14 November 1959, 6.50-7.15pm

    (Recorded 31 October 1959)


    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Jeanne Baldwin, Bunny Lewis, Gary Miller, Venetia Stevenson


    Records played:
    Happy Little Caterpillar – Sam Tacit (Decca)
    The Ways Of Love – Tommy Edwards (MGM)
    Unforgettable – Dinah Washington (Mercury)
    Fool’s Hall Of Fame – Pat Boone (London)
    Little White Bull – Tommy Steele (Decca)
    Talk To Me – Frank Sinatra (Capitol)
    So Many Ways – Brook Benton (Mercury)

  • 25

    Saturday 19 December 1959, 6.50-7.15pm

    (Recorded)

    Chairman: David Jacobs


    Panel: Catherine Boyle Patricia Bredin, Gary Miller, Eric Sykes


    Records played:
    Lotta Piano – Martinas & his Music (Columbia)
    Too Young – Bill Forbes (Columbia)
    Talk That Talk – Jackie Wilson (Coral)
    The Singing Piano – Tolchard Evans & his Singing Piano (Decca)
    Holiday Of Love – King Sisters (Capitol)
    Reveille Rock – Johnny & the Hurricanes (London)
    It Must Have Been Something Wonderful – Ronnie Carroll (Philips)
    I Wish That I Could Be Father Christmas – Lenny the Lion with Terry Hall (Parlophone)
    Mary’s Boy Child – Nina & Frederik


    “Starting in the new year every alternate transmission will be telerecorded the previous Saturday, immediately following the live presentation.” (NME, 4 December 1959)
    Eric Sykes on Reveille Rock: “That would work. I would have to get up to turn the darn thing off.”
    Feature on David Jacobs, NME, 25 December 1959:
    Juke Box Jury is excellent musical entertainment for the whole family. And it’s done far more for pop music than most people think. The records we play are more or less all made with the teenage market in mind. But on Juke Box Jury, viewers have seen adults voicing approval of the very same discs – the adults being the panel, of course. The net result is that the Jury has encouraged people to be far more tolerant towards pop discs. It has also stopped a lot of parents sneering at pop music and made them realise that it is an everyday part of their children’s lives.
  • 231

    Saturday 4 January 1964


    Panel: Dora Bryan, David Gell, Peter Sellers +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    That Boy John – Billie Davis (Columbia) HIT
    Acapulco 1922 – Johnny B Great (Decca) MISS
    Fever – Helen Shapiro (Columbia) HIT
    I’m The One – Gerry & the Pacemakers (Columbia) HIT
    No Strings – Mike Preston (Decca) MISS
    Baby I Love You – Ronettes (London) HIT
    That Lucky Old Sun – Ray Charles (HMV) HIT

  • 233

    Saturday 18 January 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Jane Asher, Vic Lewis, Robert Morley +1


    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

  • 234

    Saturday 25 January 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Adam Faith, Carole Ann Ford, Jean Metcalfe + 1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Alley Alley Oh – Frankie Vaughan (Philips) MISS
    Lady Bird – Ladybirds (Columbia) MISS
    Make Love To Me – John Leyton (HMV) HIT
    Anyone Who Had A Heart – Cilla Black (Parlophone) HIT
    I’m The Lonely One – Cliff Richard (Columbia) HIT
    Thank You – Petula Clark (Pye) MISS
    Blue Beat – Beazers (Decca) MISS


    Probably the other guest was Phil Spector

  • 235

    Saturday 1 February 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Ian Fenner, Susan Maughan, Jane Morgan, Bruce Prochnik


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    A Fool Never Learns – Andy Williams (CBS) HIT
    I Love How You Love Me – Maureen Evans (Oriole) HIT
    Come On – Tommy Roe (HMV) HIT
    Green Fields – Unit 4+2 (Decca) MISS
    Shake And Scream – Kenny Lynch (HMV) HIT
    Who Was That Girl – Al Saxon (Mercury) HIT
    Go On And Cry – Conway Twitty (MGM) MISS
    Caterina – Kenny Ball (Pye) HIT

  • 236

    Saturday 8 February 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Alan Freeman, Allan Sherman, Vivienne Taylor +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Bits and Pieces – Dave Clark Five (Columbia) HIT
    Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’ – Louise Cordet (Decca) MISS
    You Were There – Heinz (Decca) HIT
    Let Me Go Lover – Kathy Kirby (Decca) HIT
    I Wonder – Crystals (Decca) MISS
    Over You – Freddie & the Dreamers (Columbia) HIT
    Stay Awhile – Dusty Springfield (Philips) HIT

  • 237

    Saturday 15 February 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Lesley Duncan, Steve Race, Sally Smith +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Just One Look – Hollies (Columbia) HIT
    I Love You Because – Jim Reeves (RCA) MISS
    Tell Me When – Applejacks (Decca) HIT
    That Girl Belongs To Yesterday – Gene Pitney (United Artists) HIT
    She’s Sorry – Bobby Vee (Liberty) MISS
    If You Love Me – Jackie Trent (Piccadilly) HIT
    Little Children – Billy J Kramer & Dakotas (Parlophone) HIT

  • 238

    Saturday 22 February 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Cilla Black, Sam Costa, James Garner, Susan Hampshire


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Big Town – Clevelands (Philips) HIT
    We Love You Beatles – Carefrees (Oriole) MISS
    Theme For Young Lovers – Shadows (Columbia) HIT
    Not Fade Away – Rolling Stones (Decca) HIT
    Blue Winter – Connie Francis (MGM) MISS
    Big Bad Bass – Jet Harris (Decca) MISS
    You’re Gonna Be My Girl – Chris Sandford & the Coronets (Decca) MISS
    Little Bitty Pretty One – Paramounts (Pye) HIT

  • 240

    Saturday 7 March 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Annette, Terence Edmond, Karen Elliott, Bob Monkhouse


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Baby Don’t You Cry – Ray Charles (HMV) MISS
    Bad Time – Roulettes (Parlophone) HIT
    Unchained Melody – Jimmy Young (Decca) HIT
    I Know – Chick Graham (Decca) MISS
    Like I Love You Today – Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde (Ember) HIT
    Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT
    Tennessee Waltz – Alma Cogan (Columbia) MISS
    I’ve Been Crying – Denny Mitchell & the Soundstations (Decca) HIT


    Bob Monkhouse on Today in Jan 1962 had called the show Junk Box Jury.

  • 242

    Saturday 21 March 1964, 5.40-6.05


    Panel: Kathy Kirby, Henry Mancini, Jean Metcalfe, Spike Milligan


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Why Did You Bring Him To The Dance – Peter’s Faces (Piccadilly) MISS
    Only You – Mark Wynter (Pye) (not given)
    I’m In Love With You – Golden Crusaders (Columbia) HIT
    Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing – Linda Saxone (Pye) HIT
    I’ve Got That Feeling – Orchids (Decca) HIT
    Worried Guy – Johnny Tillotson (MGM) MISS
    Tired, Broken And Busted – Duffy Power (Parlophone) MISS
    That’s How It Goes – Breakaways (Pye) HIT

  • 244

    Saturday 4 April 1964, 5.55-6.30pm


    Panel: Julia Foster, Derek Johnson, Eric Sykes, Mary Travers


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Hubble Bubble Toil And Trouble – Manfred Mann (HMV) HIT
    Angry At The Big Oak Tree – Frank Ifield (Columbia) HIT
    Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby – Everly Brothers (Warner) HIT
    Walk On By – Dionne Warwick (Pye Int) HIT
    365 Rolling Stones – Andrew Oldham Orchestra (Decca) MISS
    Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’ – Gerry & the Pacemakers (Columbia) HIT
    She Loves Me – Jack Jones (London) MISS
    Don’t Turn Around – Merseybeats (Fontana) HIT

  • 245

    Saturday 11 April 1964, 5.55-6.30pm


    Panel: Sid James, Sarah Miles, Jimmy Young +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman

    Records played:
    I Don’t Wanna Know – Mike Cotton Sound (Columbia) HIT
    Wrong For Each Other – Andy Williams (CBS) HIT
    Walking The Dog –Dennisons (Decca) HIT
    Look Over Your Shoulder – Helen Shapiro (Columbia) MISS
    Dominique – Dutch Swing College Band (Philips) MISS
    Lovesick – Mike Berry (HMV) MISS
    Stella By Starlight – Richard Chamberlain (MGM) HIT
    A Little Loving – Fourmost (Parlophone) HIT

  • 246

    Saturday 18 April 1964, 5.55-6.30pm


    Panel: Cilla Black, Catherine Boyle, Iain Gregory, Tommy Trinder


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Can’t Buy Me Love – Ella Fitzgerald (Verve) MISS
    Constantly – Cliff Richard (Columbia) HIT
    It’s Great – Monotones (Pye) MISS
    Shout – Lulu & the Luvvers (Decca) HIT
    I Will – Billy Fury (Decca) MISS
    I’ll Be There, I’ll Be Waiting – Chimes (Decca) MISS
    This Is My Prayer – Vera Lynn (HMV) MISS
    What’s The Secret – Sammy King (HMV) MISS


    Cilla Black paid 30g

  • 247

    Saturday 25 April 1964, 5.55-6.30pm


    Panel: Honor Blackman, Dick Emery, Alan Freeman, Mia Farrow


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Mexican Drummer Man – Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass (Stateside) MISS
    In Love – Petula Clark (Pye) HIT
    Show You Mean It Too – Me & Them (Pye) MISS
    The Matador – Major Lance (Columbia) HIT
    You’re My World – Cilla Black (Parlophone) HIT
    She’s My Girl – Bobby Shafto (Parlophone) HIT
    You’re The One – Kathy Kirby (Decca) HIT
    Rain Rain Go Away – Eden Kane (Fontana) MISS

  • 248

    Saturday 2 May 1964, 5.55-6.30pm


    Panel: Maureen Cleave, Freddie Garrity, Dick Haymes, Barbara Windsor
    P J Proby, mystery guest


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Brazilian Shake – Tom Springfield Combo (Philips) MISS 3-1
    You Might As Well Forget Him – Tommy Quickly (Piccadilly) HIT 3-2
    Hold Me – P J Proby (Decca) HIT
    Skin – Allan Sherman (Warner) MISS 3-2
    We Will Make Love (Remake) – Russ Hamilton (Ember) MISS 3-1
    One And One Is Two – Mike Shannon and the Strangers (Philips) MISS 3-1
    No Particular Place To Go – Chuck Berry HIT 4-0
    Someone, Someone – Brian Poole and the Tremeloes HIT 4-0
    You Are Here – Carvelles (Fontana) MISS 3-1


    P J Proby: “When Hold Me came out, I was sure it was going to be a Miss on JBJ because Dick Haymes was on the panel. I’d done a rock version of his beautiful ballad and when I shook hands with him, I said, ‘I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry.’ I told him afterwards, ‘I can sing ballads, you just haven’t heard me yet.’ He said, ‘I was in the era of crooners and we had to sing like that. You’re with the Beatles now and you’ve done a great job.’ I thought, ‘If the Beatles accept me, if Dick Haymes accepts me, I’ll stick around.”

  • 251

    Saturday 23 May 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Stratford Johns, Jean Metcalfe, Lance Percival, Polly Perkins


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Can You Do It – Contours (Stateside) MISS
    Nobody I Know – Peter and Gordon (Columbia) HIT
    Funny Things – Redcaps (Decca) MISS
    Hello Dolly – Louis Armstrong (London) HIT
    Ramona – Bachelors (Decca) HIT
    Near You – Migil Five (Pye) HIT
    Keep On Lovin’ Me – Kaye Sisters (Philips) MISS

  • 252

    Saturday 30 May 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Ken Dodd, Pete Murray, Rosemary Nicols, Marjorie Proops


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Alright Baby – Quotations (Decca) HIT
    Hello Dolly – Frankie Vaughan (Philips) HIT
    La-Den-Da-Da –Gene Vincent (Columbia) MISS
    Chapel Of Love – Dixie Cups (Pye Int) HIT
    Ain’t She Sweet – Tony Sheridan & the Beatles (Polydor) HIT
    I Don’t Want To Be Hurt Anymore – Nat ‘King’ Cole (Capitol) HIT
    Like Dreamers Do – Applejacks (Decca) HIT


    Ken Dodd: I gave everybody top marks. One thing any entertainer needs is encouragement. That’s why Liverpool and Merseyside has produced so many famous showbiz people. It is a huge list, why, Merseyside audiences always give you a good gee, they applaud you if you look like you are having a go.

    The waxwork dummies of the Beatles prepared by Mme Tussaud’s were displayed on the show.

  • 253

    Saturday 6 June 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Charlie Drake, Diana Dors, Bunny Lewis, Jessie Matthews


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Bama Lama Bama Loo – Little Richard (London) HIT
    I Like The Look Of You – Fortunes (Decca) HIT
    I Love You Too – Matt Monro (Parlophone) MISS
    Liza Jane – Davie Jones & the King Bees (Vocalion) MISS
    When You Walk In The Room – Jackie de Shannon (Liberty) HIT
    Why Not Tonight – Mojos (Decca) MISS
    If You Don’t Know – Don Charles (HMV) HIT


    Liza Jane was David Bowie’s first single. R&B track with David on vocals and tenor sax. Only Charlie Drake voted the record a hit! Mrs Dale didn’t like it. David Bowie was in Hot Seat

  • 254

    Saturday 13 June 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Adam Faith, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Des O’Connor, Juliet Prowse


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    That’s Alright – Jimmy Powell (Pye) HIT
    So Long Little Girl – Dictators with Tony and Howard (Oriole) HIT
    Kissin’ Cousins – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT
    I Don’t Want To Know – Shirley & Johnny (Parlophone) HIT
    Sweet William – Millie (Fontana) HIT
    House Of The Risin’ Sun – Animals (Columbia) HIT
    You Came Along – Warriors (Decca) MISS

  • 255

    Saturday 20 June 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Jane Asher, Anne Heywood, Davy Kaye, Stirling Moss


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    It’s So Exciting – Sinners (Columbia) MISS
    A Sad Story – George Bean (Decca) MISS
    Long Tall Sally – Beatles (Parlophone EP track) HIT
    Tears And Roses – Ronnie Carroll (Philips) HIT
    You’ll Be Mine – Long John Baldry (United Artists) HIT
    Say You Love Me – Gary & the Ariels (Fontana) MISS

  • 256

    Saturday 27 June 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Dorothy Dandridge, Bill Owen, Jimmy Savile, Janette Scott


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Reelin’ And Rockin’ – Micky Finn & the Blue Men (Oriole) HIT
    In A Matter Of Moments – Cliff Richard (Columbia) HIT
    A Hard Day’s Night – Beatles (Parlophone) HIT
    The Wedding – Julie Rogers (Mercury) MISS
    It’s All Over Now – Rolling Stones (Decca) HIT
    All The Sheep In The World – Elaine & Derek (Decca) HIT

  • 257

    Saturday 4 July 1964, 7.10-7.35pm

    (Recorded 27 June, just before Stones on Top Of The Pops)


    Panel: The Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts)


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Tobacco Road – Nashville Teens (Decca) MISS
    I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself – Dusty Springfield (Philips) HIT
    Just For You – Freddie & the Dreamers (Columbia) HIT
    My Baby Don’t Dig Me – Ray Charles (HMV) MISS
    Play Me A Sad Song – Christine Holmes (Mercury) MISS
    Someday We’re Gonna Love Again – The Searchers (Pye) HIT
    There’s Gold In The Mountains – Elvis Presley (RCA) (No vote taken)
    The Ferris Wheel – Everly Brothers (Warner) MISS

  • 258

    Saturday 11 July 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Lionel Jeffries, Stubby Kaye, Anne Nightingale, Tessie O’Shea


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Doo Wah Diddy Diddy – Manfred Mann (HMV) HIT
    The Girl From Ipanema – Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto (Verve) MISS
    She’s Fallen In Love With The Monster Man – Screamin’ Lord Sutch (Oriole) HIT
    As Tears Goes By – Marianne Faithfull (Decca) HIT
    Happiness – Ken Dodd (Columbia) HIT
    From A Window – Billy J Kramer with the Dakotas (Parlophone) HIT

  • 259

    Saturday 18 July 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Dora Bryan, Brian Epstein, Ian Hendry, Nancy Roberts


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Huntingdon Beach – Van Doren (Decca) MISS
    Rosie – Chubby Checker (Cameo Parkway) MISS
    Lollipop – Glenda Collins (HMV) MISS
    I Found Out The Hard Way – Four Pennies (Philips) HIT
    I Want To Hold Your Hand – Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops (RCA) MISS
    The Crying Game – Dave Berry (Decca) HIT
    Handy Man – Del Shannon (Stateside) MISS
    You’ll Never Get To Heaven – Dionne Warwick (Pye Int) HIT

  • 260

    Saturday 25 July 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Carole Ann Ford, George Harrison, Reg Varney +1


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    I Should Have Known Better – The Naturals (Parlophone) MISS
    What Am I To You – Kenny Lynch (HMV) HIT(check this)
    Soulful Dress – Sugar Pie Desanto (Pye) HIT
    How Can I Tell Her – Fourmost (Parlophone) HIT
    Heart – David Nelson (Philips) MISS
    Spanish Harlem – Sounds Inc (Columbia) HIT
    All Grown Up – Crystals (London) MISS
    She’s Not There – Zombies (Decca) HIT
    Ain’t Love Good – Ain’t Love Proud – Tony Clarke (Pye) HIT

  • 261

    Saturday 1 August 1964, 5.40-6.05pm

    (Recorded 25 July)


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Judy Cornwell, Ray Martine, Ringo Starr


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Thinking Of You Baby – Dave Clark Five (Columbia) HIT
    Don’t It Make You Feel Good – Overlanders (Pye) HIT
    It’s For You – Cilla Black (Parlophone) HIT
    Move It Baby – Simon Scott (Parlophone) HIT
    I Wouldn’t Trade You For The World – Bachelors (Decca) HIT
    Not For Me – Sammy Davis Jr (Reprise) MISS
    A Summer Song – Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde (United Artists) MISS


    Jeremy Clyde: “I remember Ringo saying, ‘This will be big in America but it’s too sweet for England’ and he was right as it was our biggest record in America and went gold. I suppose it was an early example of what they now call Adult Contemporary Music in Music in America.”

    George and Ringo filmed appearances on same day
    There is a photo of Ringo holding up a Miss disc. (Schaffer book)

  • 262

    Saturday 8 August 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Unity Hall, Kenneth More, Chita Rivera, Cardew Robinson


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    I Want You To Meet My Baby – Eydie Gorme (CBS) MISS
    Rag Doll – Four Seasons (Philips) MISS
    The Time It Takes – Alan Dean & his Problems (Decca) MISS
    I Don’t Understand – Nola York (HMV) HIT
    Such A Night – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT
    Non E Niente Lasciami Stare – Gigliola Cinquetti (Decca) HIT
    Dang Me – Johnny Duncan (Columbia) MISS


    Kenneth More had not really listened to Elvis Presley before and was impressed. He had disliked him previously.

  • 263

    Saturday 15 August 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Max Bacon, Caroline Charles, Maureen Cleave, Laurence Harvey


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Twelve Steps To Love – Brian Poole & the Tremeloes (Decca) HIT
    Kelly – Wayne Gibson (Pye) MISS
    You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry (Pye International) HIT
    Promise You’ll Tell Her – Swinging Blue Jeans (HMV) HIT
    It’s Gotta Be – Ray Singer (Ember) MISS
    Who Can I Turn To – Shirley Bassey (Columbia) MISS
    I’ll Give You Loving – One & One (Decca) MISS

  • 265

    Saturday 29 August 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Susan Baker, Millicent Martin, Jimmy Savile, Stanley Unwin


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Hey Hey Hey – Tammy St John (Pye)
    Seven Daffodils – Cherokees (Columbia)
    Is It True – Brenda Lee (Brunswick)
    Young Love – Bo & Peep (Decca)
    Rhythm & Greens – Shadows (Columbia)
    I Didn’t Mean To Hurt You – Rockin’ Berries (Pye)
    The Letter – The Long & The Short (Decca)

  • 266

    Saturday 5 September 1964, 5.55-6.20pm


    Panel: Anthony Booth, Diane Cilento, Laurie Henshaw, Barbara Roscoe


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    Bread And Butter – Barry St John (Decca)
    Walk Away – Matt Monro (Parlophone)
    Head Over Heels – Mike Rabin & the Demons (Columbia)
    Love, Let Me Not Hunger – Jan Burnette (Oriole)
    Chills & Fever – Tom Jones (Decca)
    Only One Such As You – Adam Faith (Parlophone)
    My Kind Of Town – Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
    The Mexican Boy – Marty Wilde (Decca)

  • 267

    Saturday 12 September 1964, 5.55-6.20pm


    Panel: Dawn Addams, Bill Haley, Don Moss, Viviane Ventura


    Producer: Barry Langford


    Records played:
    We’re Through – Hollies (Columbia) HIT
    Don’t Cry Little Girl – Peter & the Headlines (Decca) MISS
    When You Walk In The Room – Searchers (Pye) HIT
    People Say – Dixie Cups (Pye International) MISS
    Oh Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison (London) HIT
    Ringo For President – Young World Singers (Brunswick) MISS
    I Don’t Want To See You Again – Peter and Gordon (Columbia) HIT

  • 267

    Saturday 19 September 1964, 6-6.25pm


    Panel: Arthur Askey, Honor Blackman, Adam Faith, Lulu


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Jury’s decision not given in RR
    I’m Crying – Animals (Columbia)
    People – Barbra Streisand (CBS)
    Three Little Words – Applejacks (Decca)
    I’m Yours – Jimmy Young (Columbia)
    Bye Bye Baby – Tony Jackson (Pye)
    Goldfinger – Shirley Bassey (Columbia)
    There’s No Need To Cry – Don, David & Dean (United Artists)


    Camera script also gives Makin’ With The Magilla (Little Eva), One Way Love (Cliff Bennett).

  • 269

    Saturday 26 September 1964, 5.45-6.10pm


    Panel: Roy Castle, Pete Murray, Adrienne Posta +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On – Little Richard (Stateside) HIT
    The Twelfth Of Never – Cliff Richard (Columbia) HIT
    The Weaver – Pendulums (Pye) HIT
    Don’t Walk Away – Kathy Kirby (Decca) MISS
    Don’t Let Her Get Away – John Leyton (HMV) MISS
    Look Homeward Angel – Fortunes (Decca) HIT
    Always Something There To Remind Me – Sandie Shaw (Pye) HIT
    I’m On The Outside Lookin’ In – Little Anthony & the Imperials (United Artists) MISS


    RT 240964
    27,000 jukeboxes in UK and over 1,000 panellists so far.
    Discs chosen with “a good beat, a strong melody and excellence of performance”
    12m viewers and 700 letters a week.
    Panel is right two times out of three
    David Jacobs: “Nobody has pretended that JBJ was an authoritative programme of predictions. It is intended simply to be jolly good entertainment based on discs.”

  • 270

    Saturday 3 October 1964, 5.45-610pm


    Panel: Jane Asher, Alan Freeman, Gene Pitney +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Sha La La – Manfred Mann (HMV) HIT
    What’s Easy For Two Is So Hard For One – Mary Wells (Stateside) HIT
    Google Eye – Nashville Teens (Decca) MISS
    I Love The Way You Love – Millie (Fontana) HIT
    Cousin Of Mine – Sam Cooke (RCA) MISS
    Now We’re Thru – Poets (Decca) MISS
    Baby Love – Supremes (Stateside) HIT
    La La La La La – Blendells (Reprise) MISS
    She Wants T’Swim – Chubby Checker (Cameo Parkway) MISS

  • 272

    Saturday 17 October 1964, 5.45-6.10pm


    Panel: Des O’Connor, Mary Wells, Jimmy Young +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Any Way You Want It – Dave Clark Five (Columbia) HIT
    Blowin’ In The Wind – Marianne Faithfull (Decca) MISS
    Don’t Bring Me Down – Pretty Things (Fontana) MISS
    The Door Is Still Open – Dean Martin (Reprise) MISS
    When I Grow Up – Beach Boys (Capitol) HIT
    So Little Time – Diana Dors (Fontana) MISS
    Where In The World – Ray Merrell (Pye) MISS
    Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT


    Richard Evans produced documentary on A Hard Day’s Night for BBC.

  • 273

    Saturday 24 October 1964. 5.45-6.10pm


    Panel: Sid James, Andrew Oldham, Marchioness of Tavistock +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Hide’n’Seek – Thyrds (Decca)
    Smack Dab In The Middle – Ray Charles (HMV)
    Losing You – Dusty Springfield (Philips)
    Black Girl – Four Pennies (Philips)
    A Boy I Used To Know – Andree Silver (HMV)
    All Day And All Of The Night – Kinks (Pye)
    And I Love Her – Mark Wynter (Pye)
    I Don’t Know What Time It Was – Gloria Roma (Decca)
    Bad Blood – Paramounts (Parlophone)


    David Jacobs was also in the Light Programme thriller, Follow That Man

  • 275

    Saturday 7 November 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Rolf Harris, Portland Mason, Gene Pitney, Margaret Stredder


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Baby I Need Your Lovin’ – Fourmost (Parlophone) HIT
    Get Away – Maureen Evans (Oriole) HIT
    Playing Around – Eden Kane (Fontana) HIT
    Here Comes The Night – Lulu (Decca) MISS
    L-O-V-E – Nat ‘King’ Cole (Capitol) MISS
    Downtown – Petula Clark (Pye) HIT
    Message To Martha –Adam Faith (Parlophone) MISS
    I Will Never Let You Go – UKs (HMV) HIT

  • 276

    Saturday 14 November 1964, 5.40-6.05pm


    Panel: Joe Brown, Terence Edmond, Jackie De Shannon +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Softly In The Night – Three Bells (Columbia) MISS
    We’ll Sing In The Sunshine – Lancastrians (Pye) HIT
    Christmas Will Be Just Another Lonely Day – Brenda Lee (Brunswick) MISS
    One Heart Between Two –Dave Berry (Decca) HIT
    Oh Oh Seven – Dora Bryan (Fontana) HIT
    Somewhere – P J Proby (Liberty) HIT

  • 278

    Saturday 28 November 1964, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Lulu, Jean Metcalfe, Eric Morecambe & Ernie Wise


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Tears And Kisses – Peter & the Headlines (Decca) MISS
    I Could Easily Fall – Cliff Richard (Columbia) HIT
    Now – Shirley Bassey (Columbia) HIT
    What Have They Done To The Rain –Searchers (Pye) HIT
    Like A Child – Julie Rogers (Mercury) HIT
    The Organ Man – Norman Vaughan (Pye) HIT
    Blue Christmas – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT
    Real Live Girl – King Brothers (Oriole) MISS

  • 279

    Saturday 5 December 1964, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Diahann Carroll, Vic Lewis, Pete Murray, Sandie Shaw


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    No Arms Can Ever Hold You – Bachelors (Decca) HIT
    How Soon – Jackie Trent (Pye) MISS
    Genie With The Light Brown Lamp – Shadows (Columbia) HIT
    I Think I’m Goin’ Out Of My Head – Dodie West (Decca) MISS
    Ferry ’Cross The Mersey – Gerry & the Pacemakers (Columbia) HIT
    Funny Girl – Barbra Streisand (CBS) MISS


    Sandie Shaw: “I was awful as a panellist. Quite scathing. ‘No, don’t like that. Rubbish. It’ll never be a hit.’ And then that person would come out from behind the screen so it was quite embarrassing.”

  • 280

    Saturday 12 December 1964, 5.15-5.40pm


    Panel: Lonnie Donegan, Shirley Eaton, Jimmy Edwards, Polly Elwes


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Now – Wolves (Pye) MISS
    Getting Mighty Crowded – Betty Everett (Fontana) HIT
    Walk Right Back – Mark & John (Decca) HIT
    For Mama – Matt Monro (Parlophone) HIT
    Love Me Darling – Howlin’ Wolf (Pye International) HIT
    Et Meme – Francoise Hardy (Pye) MISS


    While discussing Love Me Darling, Lonnie spat on the floor and said the Rolling Stones’ version of Howlin’ Wolf’s Little Red Rooster was a bowdlerisation of the song and a terrible version. Bill was very upset about that and when he met him, he said that was the pot calling the kettle black. They ended up as good friends.

    Howlin’ Wolf the Mystery guest
    Donegan said, “I don’t care of that kind of blues” that is electric blues. Part of the anti-electric feeling of trad people at the time.

  • 180

    Saturday 5 January 1963


    Panel: Alan Freeman, Spike Milligan, Anne Shelton, Eric Sykes


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Dance The Bossa Nova – Frankie Avalon (Pye) HIT
    Don’t You Ever Change Your Mind – Patsy Ann Noble (Columbia) HIT
    Diamonds – Jet Harris & Tony Meehan (Decca) HIT
    All Alone Am I – Brenda Lee (Brunswick) HIT
    It’s Up To You – Rick Nelson (London) MISS
    Some Kinda Fun – Chris Montez (London) HIT
    Bossa Nova USA – Dave Brubeck (CBS) MISS
    Little Town Flirt – Del Shannon (London) HIT
    I Will Follow Him – Petula Clark (Pye) HIT


    Dick James was told Please Please Me would be reviewed on this show

    For the first time, Eric Sykes wore a hearing aid on television. He felt he needed it to hear the records properly. Several papers commented on his hearing loss.

  • 181

    Saturday 12 January 1963


    Panel: Stubby Kaye, Pete Murray, Sian Phillips +1 (female).
    Photo on ebay


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    The Boy I Saw You With – Beverley Jones (HMV) MISS
    Rhumba Boogie – Jimmy Rodgers (London) HIT
    Teenage Has been – Barry Mann (HMV) HIT
    Theme From Lawrence Of Arabia – Philip Green (Columbia) HIT
    Hand A Handkerchief To Helen – Susan Maughan (Philips) MISS
    Trouble Is My Middle Name – Bobby Vinton (Columbia) MISS
    A Taste Of Honey – Acker Bilk (Columbia) HIT
    Sounds Funny To Me – Eden Kane (Decca) HIT
    Blame It On My Youth – Eydie Gorme (CBS) HIT
    Walk Right In – Rooftop Singers (Fontana) MISS


    The Times 190163
    Commenting on panel games.
    On What’s My Line and Juke Box Jury. “Both of them are conducted by ringmasters of exceptional professional competence. Eamonn Andrews and David Jacobs seem impervious to the temptations which beset many other quiz masters. They reveal no mannerisms, they exercise an easy authority and although they radiate good humour, they never indulge in that deadly sin of broadcasting bonhomie.”

  • 182

    Saturday 19 January 1963


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Rolf Harris, Jack Jackson, Susan Maughan


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Loop De Loop – Frankie Vaughan (Philips) HIT
    I’m A Woman – Peggy Lee (Capitol) HIT
    What Now My Love – Adam Faith (Parlophone) HIT
    My Colouring Book – Nana Mouskouri (Fontana) MISS
    Hava Nagila – Spotnicks (Oriole) HIT
    The Wayward Wind – Frank Ifield (Columbia) HIT
    Tell Him – Alma Cogan (Columbia) HIT
    I May Not Live To See Tomorrow – Brian Hyland (HMV) MISS
    Town Crier – Craig Douglas (Decca) HIT
    There Ain’t A Boy In The World – Wendy Walker (Decca) MISS
    Ruby Baby – Dion (CBS) MISS

    On Juke Box Jury, jurist Jack Jackson said that Wayward Wind was written by Carbonate Of soda.
    NME, 25 January 1963

  • 183

    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

  • 184

    Saturday 2 February 1963


    Panel: Sean Connery, Diana Dors, Jean Metcalfe, Mike Sarne


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    I’m In Love – Buddy Greco (Columbia) HIT
    Like I’ve Never Been Gone – Billy Fury (Decca) HIT
    Boss Guitar – Duane Eddy (RCA) HIT
    Hey Paula – Paul & Paula (Philips) MISS
    That’s What Love Will Do – Joe Brown (Piccadilly) HIT
    Ooh ’e Didn’t – Jan & Kelly (Philips) HIT
    What Will Mary Say – Johnny Mathis (CBS) MISS
    The World Of Lonely People – Jimmy Justice (Pye) MISS
    Oo La La Limbo – Danny & the Juniors (London) HIT


    Dr No star, Sean Connery said ‘No’ to most Juke Box Jury discs.
    NME, 8 February 1963

  • 187

    Saturday 2 March 1963


    Panel: Alan Dell, Harry H Corbett, Dusty Springfield +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Look Out Chattanooga – Johnnie Ray (Brunswick) HIT
    Count On Me – Julie Grant (Pye) HIT
    The Desperadoes – Cambridge Strings (Decca) MISS
    One Broken Heart For Sale – Elvis Presley (RCA) HIT
    He’s Got The Power – Exciters (United Artists) HIT
    Say Wonderful Things – Ronnie Carroll (Philips) HIT
    Foot Tapper – Shadows (Columbia) HIT
    Our Day Will Come – Ruby & the Romantics (London) MISS
    Darkest Street In Town – Jimmy Clanton (Stateside) MISS


    Harry H Corbett raved about Our Day Will Come and said there was a lot of good music coming from America. (Brian O’Connell)

    PFTP 070363
    Why do members of the JBJ panel have to be so sarcastic to each other? This spoils an otherwise enjoyable programme.
    Miss B Bellis (16), Holywell

    PFTP 070363
    Could we have some pictures of pretty girls? The concentration seems to be on expressionless head-nodders. Often the subjects chosen are bizarre in styles, ranging from near beatnik to femme fatale, while others are undeniably plain. Where is the warmth, sparkle and vivacity that we associate with youth. Surely there are pretty girls in the JJB audience who could charm our eyes, even though our ears are suffering.
    Miss Winifred Williams, Liverpool 25

    Suggested fee for serial rights of David Jacobs’ magazine biography – £20,000.
    NME, 8 March 1963

  • 188

    Saturday 9 March 1963


    Panel: Carole Carr, Spike Milligan, Chris Montez, Janette Scott


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    How Do You Do It – Gerry & the Pacemakers (Columbia) MISS
    I See The Moon – Nancy Sinatra (Reprise) HIT
    Code Of Love – Mike Sarne (Parlophone) HIT
    Can’t Get Used To Losing You – Andy Williams (CBS) HIT
    Robot – Tornados (Decca) MISS
    Sparrows Can’t Sing – Barbara Windsor (HMV) MISS
    Let’s Limbo Some More – Chubby Checker (Cameo-Parkway) HIT
    So It Always Will Be – Everly Brothers (Warner) MISS
    The Folk Singer – Tommy Roe (HMV) HIT
    Why Can’t We Love – Sounds of Les & Mitch (Fontana) HIT
    No More Blues – Elaine Delmar (Columbia) MISS

  • 189

    Saturday 16 March 1963


    Panel: Catherine Boyle, Angela Douglas, David Gell, Sid James


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Punish Her – Mike Preston (Decca) HIT
    Walk Like A Man – Four Seasons (Stateside) HIT
    Tomorrow Is Another Day – Maureen Evans (Oriole) MISS
    Cigarettes And Coffee Blues – Marty Robbins (Fontana) HIT
    Them Terrible Boots – Orlons (Cameo Parkway) HIT
    Follow The Boys – Connie Francis (MGM) MISS
    Misery – Kenny Lynch (HMV) HIT
    Say I Won’t Be There – Springfields (Philips) MISS
    Can You Forgive Me – Karl Denver (Decca) MISS


     

  • 190

    Saturday 23 March 1963


    Panel: Jane Asher, Henry Mancini, Pete Murray +1


    Producer: Neville Wortman


    Records played:
    Baby Workout – Jackie Wilson (Coral) HIT
    Don’t Play Me A Love Song – Shirley Jackson (Decca) MISS
    Losing By A Hair – Lonnie Donegan (Pye) MISS
    Losing You – Brenda Lee (Brunswick) HIT
    The Jive Samba – Cannonball Adderley (Riverside) MISS
    Flash, Bang, Wallop! – Tommy Steele (Decca) HIT
    Why Do Lovers Break Each Other’s Hearts – Bob B Soxx & the Blue Jeans (London) HIT
    Little Band Of Gold – James Gilreath (Pye) MISS
    By Hook Or By Crook – Sandra Browne & the Boy Friends (Columbia) MISS
    Aladdin’s Lamp – Mark Wynter (Pye) HIT

    Producer Neville Wortman: “I went for all sorts of people. I went for Maria Callas at one point and her manager was horrified – there was a terrible silence at the end of the phone. He said, “You might just as well ask her to stand on her head.”

    Producer Neville Wortman: “Steve Race was really good, he was an expert and could speak eruditely. Nancy Spain who wrote for the Daily Express was brilliant. She lived with Sheila Van Damn and they were killed in an air crash. Bunny Lewis wasn’t one of my choices but he certainly knew about the scene. Really we were looking for attractive personalities who could relate to an audience. Henry Mancini was a regular guest. He was marvellous and could speak knowledgably. Annie Ross was very good.”