Saturday 20 October 1962
Panel: Claire Bloom, Beryl Reid, Jimmy Young, Jess Conrad
Producer: Neville Wortman
The Things We Did Last Summer – Shelley Fabares (Pye) MISS
Love Me Tender – Richard Chamberlain (MGM) HIT
Playin’ Games – Connie Francis (MGM) HIT
I Left My Heart In San Francisco – Tony Bennett (CBS) HIT
Hully Gully Baby – Dovells (Cameo-Parkway) MISS
It’s My Way – Don Charles (Decca) MISS
When The Boys Get Together – Joannie Sommers (Warner) MISS
Warmed Over Kisses – Brian Hyland (HMV) HIT
Stories – Peppi (Decca) HIT
Connie Francis recorded Playin’ Games in 1956. B-side of I Was Such A Fool.
DJ presenting Wednesday Magazine on TV from 1.30 to 2pm
On Friday 26 October 1962, there was a Juke Box Jury evening at the Cheshunt Boys Club organised by Marsden’s Record Store. The guests were Johnnie Carson, Louise Cordet, Don Charles and Patti Lynn.
The panel was Norman Long (Ember), Mike Hitches (Pye), Joe Betteridge (Lugton’s) and Ron Lockyer (Southern Music).
The MC was Ray Orchard.
The jukebox came from Symploy and the evening was reported to be very successful.
Saturday 28 October 1961
Panel: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bunny Lewis, June Marlow, Jimmy Young
Producer: Johnnie Stewart
You’re Only Young Once –Fabian (HMV)
It Was A Lover And His Lass – Cleo Laine (Columbia)
Bristol Stomp – Dovells (Columbia)
Let True Love Begin – Nat ‘King’ Cole (Capitol)
Midnight In Moscow – Kenny Ball (Pye)
Tall Dark Stranger – Rose Brennan (Philips)
Take Good Care Of My Baby – Bobby Vee (London)
I Never Had A Chance – Ricky Valance (Columbia)
Zsa Zsa Gabor billed as “special guest” – quite a change from Sam Costa
Spin-A-Disc: Under The Moon Of Love, Let True Love Begin, True True Love (Frankie Avalon) – with Peter West
Zsa Zsa Gabor insisted that all the men on the show should wear a dinner jacket, and David Jacobs said, off the top of his head, that dinner jackets were never worn before 6.45 at Buckingham Palace.