Petula Clark talks about her life in show business and recalls some of the songs and films which have helped her to become world star in conversation with NORMAN TOZER.
Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Includes MARGARET PRICE (Soprano) touches on a number of subjects including music and languages (and Petula Clark.)
Howard Keel invites you to listen to highlights from this movie musical by LESLIE BRICUSSE starring Peter O'Toole Petula Clark. Michael Redgrave. Adapted by LYN FAIRHURST from the MGM release.
Introduces Petula Clark, this week's Radio 2 star, at 8.10; and tells you the programmes in which she can be heard.
PORTRAIT OF PET
Petula Clark's story has a fairytale beginning of overnight fame - as the child prodigy who quietened a bombed BBC studio with an impromptu song. It has a happy ending - solid international stardom. And in between are some delightful songs.
Written and presented by PRANK DIXON.
Introduced by Les Reed With PETULA CLARK, FRANKIE STEVENS, THE LES REED ORCHESTRA and the MIKE SAMMES SINGERS.
This is My Song, Nothing Succeeds Like Success, Solitaire, My Guy.
introduces Petula Clark this week's Radio 2 star at 8.10, and tells you the programmes in which she can be heard.
Excellent six part series about Petula's life and career.
Narrated by Anthony Newley.
Part 1: The Soldier's Child
Part 2: Growing Up
Part 5: International Stardom
Part 6: What of the Future.
PAUL KUHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
With JOY FLEMING. FAMILY TREE and special guest PETULA CLARK.
Introduced by LEN JACKSON Producer JOHN HOOPER.
(Recording from a concert in Vienna made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio)
Note: It's unclear as to whether Petula took part in the Vienna Concert or was a separate item.
Host John Dunn.
Petula chated via telephone from Geneva.
With The Early Show and introduces Petula Clark, this week's Radio 2 star at 5.45, and tells you the programmes in which she can be heard. The Petula Clark Story Begins on Saturday 15 June, Radio 2.
Repeat from December 1973 The story of a child entertainer who became a star.
Narrator Anthony Newley
Written by MICHAEL WALE
Songs featured: Don't Sleep in the Subway, Fool on the Hill ~ The Gypsy ~ What the World Needs Now ~ and the song that caused the day that changed Petula's life: Downtown.
The stars of the recording world talk to BERNARD JACKSON about themselves and play their music.
This week: Petula Clark
Broadcast of Place des Arts, Montreal concert recorded live in December of 1976.
Your Song ~ Ma Fete a Moi ~ Romeo/Marin/Chariot ~ Beatles medley ~ Je Voudrais qu'il soit Malheureux ~ La Gadoue/O O Sherrif/Les Incorruptibles ~ Medley from Annie Get Your Gun, Sweet Charity & Jesus Christ Superstar. ~ La Vie en Rose ~ Feelings ~ Je Me Sens Bien (Apres de Toi) ~ I Got the Music in Me.
Also televised in Canada.
A series of programmes featuring the best in Royal Variety Performances over the past 25 years. Introduced by David Nixon.
This week: 1968 including Petula.
This week: Goodbye Mr Chips starring PETER O'TOOLE PETULA CLARK and MICHAEL REDGRAVE.
A second chance to hear Terry Wogan's Music Night from the Royal Festival Hall, London.
Terry Wogan introduces Petula Clark, Freddy Cole, Ronnie Aldrich.
BBC RADIO 1 ORCHESTRA conducted by ROBERT FARNON and ALYN AINSWORTH .
Your Song, Destiny, Put a Little Sunshine in Your Life, Don't Cry for Me, Argentina, My Love/Downtown.