Saturday 13 October 1962
Panel: Angela Huth, Don Moss, Sid James, Ketty Lester
Angela Huth was a critic
Producer: Neville Wortman
Lovesick Blues – Frank Ifield (Columbia) HIT
Sweet Enough – Louise Cordet (Decca) MISS
Nothing Can Change This Love – Sam Cooke (RCA) HIT
Must Be Madison – Joe Loss (HMV) MISS
Gina – Johnny Mathis (CBS) HIT
Because Of Love – Billy Fury (Decca) MISS
Goodbye Joe – Alma Cogan (Columbia) MISS
No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile – Everly Brothers (Warner) HIT
Little Black Book – Jimmy Dean (CBS) HIT
Lonely Johnny – John Leyton (HMV) MISS
Cracked Eric Sykes on Juke Box Jury, “I saw Helen Shapiro on the Adam Faith TV show – with the sound turned off.”
Alley Cat, 12 October 1962
Eager though I am to watch JBJ, it would make a change to have an all-teenage panel once in a while, not necessarily consisting of stars.
Many female panel members seem to be in a perpetual daze, unable to make any pertinent comment. Why not come down to earth?
It must be remembered that it is teenage opinion which makes or breaks these songs.
Peter Bundock, Boothville, Northampton
New Billy Fury, Louise Cordet and John Leyton releases voted misses on Juke Box Jury.
Alley Cat, 19 October 1962
Saturday 14 October 1961
Panel: Lew Luton, Pete Murray, Muriel Young, Mandy Miller
Producer: Johnnie Stewart
Runaround Sue – Dion (Top Rank)
Big Bad John – Jimmy Dean (Philips)
Movin’ – Bill Black’s Combo (London)
It Takes Love – Jane Morgan (London)
Shadrack – Glen Mason (Parlophone)
Lovable – Conny (Columbia)
Take Five – Dave Brubeck Quartet (Fontana)
Spin-A-Disc: One Track Mind (Bobby Lewis), The Way You Look Tonight (Lettermen), Everlovin’ (Rick Nelson)
Allisons given gold disc on TYLS. First British group to win one.