A personal history written and presented by Peter Clayton 14: Look For The Silver Screening
Do you know why you write a popular song? Because most boys and girls don't know how to say 'I love you'. So, you've got to say it for them, in 32 bars of music - no more, no less.
Cast in order of appearance:
Additional research BILL SULLIVAN Producer MEL HOUSE
Grace Le Boy:
George M Cohan:
Buddy da Silva:
Grace Kahn, Donald:
The memory game about the personalities, the programmes, the fads and the fashions of the 50s and 60s!
Devised and introduced by Nigel Rees
This week's guests: Patricia Hayes , Craig Douglas , Cindy Kent and William Franklyn Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
Paddy Feeny chairs a riotous session of natural history from Don Maclean , Jeremy Cherfas , Jeffrey Boswall and Michael Clegg as they wrestle with animal sounds, songs and riddles in their continuing attempts to win the glittering Conch Shell.
Producer MELINDA BARKER BBC Bristol
Answers to the picture quiz (left to right): a slug; a North American salamander; a furry armadillo.
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