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BBC One London


A weekly show starring Cilla Black.
Guest stars, Dudley Moore Trio, Roy Hudd, Freddy Davis
The Ladybirds
BBC One London

Billy Cotton's Music-Hall

Live from the BBC Television Centre
with Billy Cotton and his Band.

Special guest star, Cilla Black
Guest stars, Vince Hill, Don Partridge, Les Dawson, Ray Fell
with Kathie Kay, The Tiller Girls, The Cotton Singers
BBC One London


Wednesday Show Time stars Cilla Black
Guest stars: Frankie Howerd, Sacha Distel
with Irving Davies and his dancers

Cilla sings a whole range of numbers from a Thirties medley to "Uptight" and "You've lost that loving feeling." Joining her are Sacha Distel and Frankie Howerd, who dabbles in a little transcendental meditation.
BBC One London


The first of a new series starring
Among her guest stars,
SHARI LEWIS and Special guest,
The Irving Davies Dancers Choreography, IRVING DAVIES Vocal backing,
The Breakaways
Musical direction and special arrangements, RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Additional musical arrangement* Mike Vickers
Film editor, John Jarvis
Design, Roger Ford
BBC One London


in which
CILLA BLACK and FRANKIE HOWERD spend New Year's Eve with their friends starring
MATT MONRO and a special guest appearance of BILLY COTTON
The Irving Davies Dancers
Choreography by IRVING DAVIES Vocal backing by The Breakaways
Musical direction and special arrangements, RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Additional musical arrangements. Mike Vickers
Frankie Howerd 's script by RAY GALTON and ALAN SIMPSON Continuity script by RONNIE TAYLOR
Design, Brian Tregidden

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