Guest: Griffith Jones
Blue Skies, Miranda, Autumn Leaves, Summertime. The Quartermaster's Store.
Guest: John Blythe
Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered, Far Away Places, I'll Walk Beside You, Watching the Trains Go By. I Taut I Taw a Puddy Tat - duet with John. There's a Tavern in the Sky - Ensemble.
A long-running light entertainment magazine programme - the staple of immediate post-war British TV viewing on Friday nights - that included a number of separate items within its hour-long running time. Comedy sketches and standup routines were regularly featured.
Cast: Petula, Barbara, Joe. Guests: Bob Monkhouse & Denis Goodwin.
Let Me Call You Sweetheart. / Love, Mystery and Adventure. / Waltz with Yourself. /Nobody Loves Me (Pet and Barbara). / Last Mile Home. /Fly Away Peter (Pet and guests). / The Little White Cloud That Cried. /Rollin' Stone (ensemble).
Guest: Bradley Harris and Gordon Humphries.
Serenade to a Lovely Day, Spring Song, My Own, I Hear the Bluebells Ringing, Some Enchanted Evening. We're a Couple of Swells - duet with Barbara. The Musicians, So Long It's Been Good to Know You - ensemble.
Guest: Eric Whitley.
Road to the Isles, My Ain Folk, So Deep is the Night, La Vie en Rose. Memories - duet with Eric.
Jack Warner, PETULA CLARK, Alfie Bass, John Kelly, Anthony Woodruff, Phyllis Morris, Wilfred Walter
Last in a series of four 15 minute solo shows.
From Earl's Court, London.
Clips from Petula's series help trace the history of television.
Guests: PETULA CLARK, Ken Morris, David Berglas, The Keynotes
Guests: PETULA CLARK, David Hughes, Johnny Lockwood, Harry Secombe.
Featuring: PETULA CLARK, Nicholas Parsons, Clifford Stanton, Jack Spurgeon, Joan Tucker.
Featuring PETULA CLARK, Arthur Askey, Eve Boswell, Tommy Cooper, Fred Emney, Wilfred Pickles, Harry Secombe, Sooty with Harry Corbett.
A musical show featuring PETULA CLARK, Stanley Holloway, Jimmy Thompson and The George Mitchell Singers.
Guest performer on an edition broadcast from the RAF Station at Little Bissington.
An edition of the regular show, broadcast from the National Radio Show. Petula was featured along with Vera Lynn, Max Bygraves and Eve Boswell
PETULA CLARK and Joe Henderson singing and playing from the Midland Radio Exhibition, Nottingham
A variety show, also broadcast from the Midland Radio Exhibition.
Petula appeared in a variety segment.
First in a series of four shows in which Petula and Dennis Lotis presented and sang versions of the latest songs
Guest starring on a comedy series featuring Bob Monkhouse & Denis Goodwin.
Second guest starring appearance.
Third in a series.
(First batch of 6 shows.)
Guest: Macdonald Hobley.
I Like You Just the Way You Are. / Zing Went the String of my Heart. / When the World Was Young. / I Like the Way You Say Goodnight (Pet and Mac). / With Your Love. / Fascinating Rhythm.
Petula, The Kentones, Jimmy Thompson
Petula held a garden party and invited various guests.
(These shows were heats for an entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.)
(Second batch of 6 shows in which which Petula shares airtime each week with The Dallas Boys)
Guests: Bill Maynard, Barbara Knight, David Enders.
Make Mine Music. / Swingin' Down the Lane (Pet and Boys). / Zing Went the Strings of My Heart (Pet and Boys). / Another Door Opens (Pet and Barbara Knight). / Nothin' To Do (Pet and Bill). / Conversation While Dancing (Pet and Bill). / All the Things You Are. / The Moon and the Sun. / A House with Love in It. / Make Mine Music. (Plus a medley songs from The Dallas Boys).
Guests: Dickie Henderson, Jimmy Thompson.
Make Mine Music. / I'm Old Fashioned (Pet and Dallas Boys). / A Million Stars Above. / A Letter to a Soldier. / How About You (Pet and Dickie). / December. / Make Mine Music. (Plus medley from The Dallas Boys).
The ever increasing popularity and utility of resin plastics and fibreglass has led to the production of several new types of cheap water-craft for the 'family-man' -- and weekend water nymphs.
One of the latest is the British 'Microbat' manufactured by a firm on the outskirts of London .. Designed a miniature 'runabout' in glass and reinforced plastic, this versatile little craft provides high stability with modest dimensions.
Weighing only sixty pounds or so, Microboat carries three people if necessary, with quite an exciting performance.
One of the first of the production line was handed over to British screen, stage and radio personality, Petula Clark, who couldn't wait to go for a 'spin' on the Thames at East Moseley.
The boat itself costs around 45 GBP - plus an outboard motor from 1 1/2hp to 4 hp or upwards.
Guests: Dick Emery, Richard Thorp.
Make Mine Music. / It Had To Be You (Pet and Dallas Boys). / The Little Shoemaker. / My Prayer. / An Ordinary Broom (Pet and Dick) / It Might as Well Be Spring. / Little Ship. / Make Mine Music. (Plus medley from Dallas Boys).
Guest: Spike Milligan. Make Mine Music. / That Certain Feeling (Pet and Dallas Boys). / I Saw Esau. / Majorca. / I Said No (Pet and Spike). / As Time Goes By. / Two Different Worlds. / Make Mine Music. (Plus medley from Dallas Boys).
Guest: Richard Murdoch.
Make Mine Music. / Sometimes I'm Happy (Pet and Dallas Boys). / True Love. / Singing the Blues. / Stormy Weather. / Nola (Pet and Richard). / Where or When. / Dancing in the Dark. /Make Mine Music. (Plus medley from Dallas Boys).
Children's show. Host: Eammon Andrews.
[Note: The show inspired the feature film of 1958 which included many stars that had been on various editions of the TV show.]
Away in a Manger becomes the highest rated programme in UK television history (22.65m), which remains the highest ever audience for a commercial television transmission other than feature films. The star line-up includes singers Petula Clark, Kathy Kirby and The Seekers, with comedian compère Ken Dodd.
Guests: Lonnie Donnegan, Petula Clark.
Guests: Lonnie Donnegan, Petula Clark.
Petula attends Variety Club Luncheon at Dorchester Hotel with Laurie London as guest of honour.
Petula Clark, Dickie Valentine
Petula Clark & Joe Henderson.
Afternoon children's show.
Starring Teddy Johnson.