Goodbye Mr Chips starring Peter O'Toole, Petula Clark.
Chris Powling reviews the new stage production of The Sound of Music, starring PETULA CLARK at the Apollo Victoria in London.
Introduced by Sue MacGregor. Including Guest of the Week: Petula Clark.
(Petula Clark is in The Sound of Music at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London.)
Presented an hour of her favourite Christmas music, intersperced with anecdotes: Joy to the World-Joan Sutherland ~ Christmas for Cowboys-John Denver ~ Sunnybank-Chichester Choir ~ Sleighride/ Love is a Song (from Bambi) ~ Gaudete_Cymbrn Welsh Choir ~ It Was a Glad Morning -Combined Welsh Choirs ~ Ding Dong Merrily on High-Morriston Orpheus Choir ~ The Christmas List -Peggy Lee ~ Deck the Halls - The Muppets ~ The First Noel -Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra ~ Jingle Bells/The First Snowfall of the Winter/Let it Snow - The Carpenters ~ White Christmas - Bing Crosby & Marjorie Reynolds ~ The Three Drovers - The Adelaide Singers ~ The Lonely Goatherd (Petula & Sound of Music cast ~ Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland.
From her dressing room at the Apollo (during the Sound of Music run) Petula took over the regular weekly half-hour spot to play a selection of her favorite music: Don't Smoke in Bed -Peggy Lee; New York, New York-Frank Sinatra; Day and Night Theme -Eric Satie; What a Fool Believes-Doobie Brothers; Easy to Remember-John Coltrane; I Will Survive-Gladys Knight ~ Excerpt from Petruska by Stravinsky; La Foule (The Crowd)-Edith Piaf.
With guest Petula Clark.
3-hour profile hosted by Dick Clark. Show included recent interviews.
The first of six programmes in which Daniel Pageon celebrates 30 years of international variety at this famous theatre. This week: The 1950s with musical contributions from Gilbert Becaud, Edith Piaf, Petula Clark.
Interview with DJ Alan Coombs. I Couldn't Live Without Your Love.
Presented by Bruno Brookes. Petula was regularly featured in the UK Top 40 with Downtown '88 peaking at number 10 on the 24th December, 1988 chart.
Petula and Kim Wilde were interviewed live by DJ Philip on his Sunday show before the announcement of the new chart where Downtown 88 was rising. (Note: Philip was a great champion of Downtown '88. Often referring to her as "the super fab, hip, and trendy" Petula Clark.)
Crossing the Border sung by Petula and other French stars.