CTVA UK - "Sunday Night at The London Palladium" (ATV/ITV) Season 4 (1958-59)

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Season 4 (ATV/ITV) (1958-59)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
TV Times / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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Variety magazine (www.varietyultimate.com)
Glasgow Evening Times newspaper (Google news archive)
TV Pop Diaries (http://www.tvpopdiaries.co.uk/)
Ray Langstone

  Playlist -  Sunday Night at The London Palladium

#### Sunday Night at The London Palladium ####
############## season 4 1958-59 ##############
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 Host/ Compere - Bruce Forsyth
Series regulars:
The Tiller Girls
The London Palladium Boys and Girls
Cyril Ornadel and The London Palladium Orchestra

4.01 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (first in new series) (missing)
14-Sept-1958 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
David Whitfield
Anne Shelton

4.02 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
21-Sept-1958 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Jan Peerce (operatic tenor)
Shari Lewis (ventriloquist)
The Mudlarks
Merino Marini And His Quartet
The Mudlarks
Roy Castle

4.03 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
28-Sept-1958 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Paul Robeson (American baritone singer)
The Kalin Twins
Eve Boswell
Jay Marshall (comedy magic act)
Highlights:
Paul Robeson (accompanied by pianist Lawrence Brown) performs "The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond," "Ol' Man River," "Water Boy" and "Just a Wearyin' for You."

4.04 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
05-Oct-1958 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
director: Brian Tester
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
The Platters
Luigi Infantino
Senor Wences
The Three Monarchs
Rudy Cardenas

VARIETY review (from the 15Oct1958 issue of Weekly Variety):
Foreign TV Reviews, page 52.
Sunday Night at the Palladium
"Sunday Night at the Palladium" has become so habit forming that viewers are likely to accept it without much demur. But the show caught (5) again provided convincing proof that there is difficulty in finding enough star acts to make the show a topper. Brian Tester's direction and staging were slick enough but there was a general atmosphere of "this-has-all-been-seen-before" about the show.
Heading the bill were The Platters, an amiable singing group on disks, but far from exciting visually. They sang "Twilight Time," "My Serenade" and "Don't Let Go" in a manner so relaxed as to make no real impact. Heftier singing came from Luigi Infantino with a couple of songs, "This is the Place of The Sun Shining" and "Milano," his own composition. Robust, but again not highly visual.
Best item was the immaculate venting of Senor Wences, a popular act with U.K. audiences. His routine came up as fresh as crisp salad, with witty patter and perfect technique.
The Three Monarchs weighed In with their now overfamiliar comedy harmonica act and Rudy Cardenas, a Mexican juggler, did his stint very well but, frankly, offered nothing that did not appear to have been seen on similar bills a hundred times.
Bruce Forsyth emceed with eagerness and obvious desire to please. Apart from a few gags he did a fair skit on a girl crooner and handled "Beat the Clock" as well as this rock-bottom feature can possibly be done. The jackpot stood at $1,120 and the contestants never remotely looked like winning the loot.
Dance routines and orchestral backing were fully up to scratch, as usual.
(reviewer: Rich.)

4.05 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
12-Oct-1958 ATV ITV Sun 8:00-9:00pm
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Tommy Cooper and Roy Jeffries
Ethel Smith (organist)
The Deep River Boys (Gospel / R&B group)
The Barry Sisters
Al Bernie (American comedian)
Highlights:
The Deep River Boys (featuring Harry Douglass) perform "Everybody's Singing Hallelujah" and "That Itsy-Bitsy Feeling."
The Barry Sisters (in their UK TV debut) sing "Just Rolling Along" (possibly "I'm Sitting On Top Of The World"?), "Fascination" and "Lazy River."
Tommy Cooper plays a bumbling assistant to magician Roy Jeffries.

4.06 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
19-Oct-1958 ATV
starring
Max Bygraves
The Kaye Sisters
Billy 'Uke' Scott

4.07 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
26-Oct-1958 ATV
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Harry Secombe
Adele Leigh

4.08 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
02-Nov-1958 ATV
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Dolores Gray
Domenico Modugno
Pinky and Perky

[--] VARIETY news item (05Nov1958 issue of Daily Variety magazine):
Dolores Gray, who first became a star in London when she appeared In "Annie Get Your Gun," shared top of the bill on "Sunday Night at the London Palladium" with Domenico Modugno. He's the Italian song writer, whose "Volare" has become an international smash. Also on the bill were Pinky and Perky.

4.09 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
09-Nov-1958 ATV
starring
Eartha Kitt
Antonio
Morey Amsterdam

4.10 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
16-Nov-1958 ATV
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Andy Williams
Frankie Howerd

4.11 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
23-Nov-1958 ATV
starring
Marino Marini and his Quartet
The Peters Sisters
Beryl Reid
Joyce and Lionel Blair

4.12 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
30-Nov-1958 ATV
starring
Henry Youngman (comedian)
Pat Kirkwood
Hubert Gregg
Beryl Grey
Gerard Ohn

4.13 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
07-Dec-1958 ATV ITV Sun 8:00-9:00pm
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring (all-American guest line-up):
Sallie Blair (vocalist)
Harrison and Fisher (comic ballroom dancers)
Thomas Hayward (tenor)
Georgie Kaye
Ann Marston (champion archer)
Highlights:
Sallie Blair sings "Ev'rything I Have Is Yours," "How Long Has This Been Going On?" and "Witchcraft."
Thomas Hayward sings "Your Tiny Hand Is Frozen" ("Che Gelida Manina") and "If I Loved You."

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[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE, LONDON
14-Dec-1958 ATV Sun 8:00-9:00pm
starring
Ronnie Hilton

[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE, LONDON
21-Dec-1958 ATV Sun 8:00-9:00pm
starring
Ron Moody
David Hughes
Laurie London
Edna Savage
Joan Regan
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4.14 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
28-Dec-1958 ATV
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Hugh O'Brian

4.15 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
04-Jan-1959 ATV
starring
Jussi Bjorling
Rob Murray
Bridie Gallagher

**[--] VARIETY review (14Jan1959 issue of Weekly Variety magazine):
"Sunday Night at the London Palladium"
(excerpts from review)
… The London Palladium Boys and Girls and Cyril Ornandel and the orchestra did fine in general support, with Albert Locke providing smooth. | production. . Australian comic Bill Kerr put in a walk-onnff (??) appearance to close th? "Rob Murray four minutes. …" (incomplete)

4.16 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
11-Jan-1959 ATV
starring
Dickie Henderson
Joni James
Freddie Mills

4.17 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
18-Jan-1959 ATV
starring
Bernard Bresslaw
Edmund Hockridge
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

4.18 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
25-Jan-1959 ATV
starring
Dickie Henderson
Rosemary June
Larry Griswold
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

4.19 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
01-Feb-1959 ATV
starring
Gracie Fields
The Mudlarks
Boyd Bachman
Bob Bramson

4.20 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
08-Feb-1959 ATV
starring
Jimmy Jewel
Ben Warriss
Della Reese
Charlie Manna
Buddy Greco

4.21 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
15-Feb-1959 ATV
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
David Whitfield
Joan Diener
Charlie Manna (2nd of two consecutive appearances)
Les Marcellis

[--] VARIETY review (25Feb1959 issue of Weekly Variety):
Foreign TV Followup, page 26
"Sunday At London Palladium" Sparked a little in the production department by such simple devices as a new placing for one camera, a swift re-siting of another during a commercial break and some extensive use of mixes, this edition of the Sunday (15) night Associated Television show came up as a sound contribution to the gaiety of family viewing.
David Whitfield topped the bill, loud in lung with virile renderings of "My Heart And I," "March Of The Grenadiers" and other well-chosen opuses that negatived his over-intense and unbending manner.
Couple of U. S. performers gave solid support: Joan Diener, voluptuously giving out with numbers front "Kismet" for the most part, and Charles Manna. Latter, who had scored a hit the preceding Sunday (8), didn't wow 'em as much as before but was still funny in his inconsequential way, scoring in particular with his impressions of how certain famous vocalists got their first breaks.
Les Marcellis showed fine control and timing with their comedy acrobatics, and the London Palladium Boys and Girls and the Cyril Ornadel orchestra gave polished support. Agreeable surprise of the whole program was the relative excitement of the "Beat The Clock" spot, due largely to the near-capturing of the $3,920 jackpot by a sergeant from the Coldstream Guards and his spouse.
Bruce Forsyth did the linking stuff with his customary "aplomb, perpetuating those "I'm in charge" and drip-dry-shirt gags that have come to be part of the pattern.
Producer Stephen Wade, deputizing for a sick Albert Locke, handled the proceedings with something akin to enthusiasm.
(reviewer: Erni)


4.22 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
22-Feb-1959 ATV
starring
Jane Morgan
Toni Dalli
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

4.23 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
01-Mar-1959 ATV
starring
Sally Ann Howes
Richard Adler
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

4.24 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
08-Mar-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm, an ATV Production
starring
Connie Francis
Marino Marini and his Quartet
Billy Dainty
Tosca de Lac
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

[--] VARIETY review (18Mar1959 issue of Weekly Variety):
"Sunday Night at London Palladium"
With utter assurance, Connie Francis took the limelight in the March 8 edition of Associated Television's show and probably gained fans in the process. Her confident singing of tunes such as "Rock-a-bye Baby," "My Happiness" and "Got the Whole World In His Hands" contrasted well with her apparent shyness in interim moments.
Program as a whole once again emphasized the family-appeal trend, not so much in its assortment of acts as in Bruce Forsyth's emceeing. He's playing It well.
On this occasion he trod the Mother's Day pedal, crowed delightedly over fan mail, inserted his "I'm in charge" gag—and so on, to the live audience's warm approval.
Tosca de Lac, aerialist, went through some stately and tricky convolutions, Billy Dainty did some energetic but not too hilarious gagging and the Marino Marini Quartet played in the manner that their "Volare" disk made famous. The "Beat The Clock" spot had to be tolerated, of course, but this time there wasn't even the kick of having a single competitor win a single prize.
Teamwork of the Tiller Girls was tops, and Cyril Ornadel and the London Palladium Orchestra gave sterling support throughout. Production was well up to standard.
(reviewer: Erni)

4.25 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
15-Mar-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Johnnie Ray
Robert Beatty
Morecambe and Wise
Arlene Fontana
Ravic and Babs
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

[--] VARIETY review (25Mar1959 issue of Weekly Variety magazine):
"Sunday Night at the London Palladium"
If Johnnie Ray's lost some of the magic, it didn't show through in this Associated Television Sunday (15) program—slightly retitled. incidentally, into "Val Parnell's Sunday Night From the Stage of the London Palladium." His showmanship was still tops, and possibly his camera technique had improved somewhat as he put over "Who's Sorry Now?" "All in the Game" and "Somebody Stole My Gal." As a visitor, though, he oughtn't to have come out with the line: "Welcome to the Palladium."
The show in general had verve and pace. Ravic and Babs put on some polished roller-skating, aided by a simple but effective-lighting device. Morecambe and Wise, back from Australia and the States, came up with some inferior patter and amusing incidentals, though they
were a shade blue for the family audience. Arlene Fontana, disk-cutter for the Paris label in America, made considerable impact with just two numbers. And emcee Bruce Forsyth proved more than ever his aptness for the job, even making cordial capital out of three fluffs. With Robert Beatty, cast-topper of the "Dial 999" vidpix skein, he put on a double act that made amusing and topical capital out of recent General Post Office developments.
With contestants failing to scoop in the $5,400 jackpot from the "Beat the Clock" feature, the cash goes to charity and the whole spot is rested till April 12. Who's complaining?
Usual dancers and orchestra were, as always, competent. So was everything in the production department.
(reviewer: Erni)


4.26 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM
22-Mar-1959 ATV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Edmund Hockridge


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[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE, LONDON
29-Mar-59 ATV Sun 8:00 pm
presenting the BRUCE FORSYTH SHOW "I'M IN CHARGE"
presenter: Bruce Forsyth
starring
Jill Day
With Full Supporting Company
The Tiller Girls
(Precision Routine by Barbara Aitken)
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
Designed by Peter Roden
Produced by Albert Locke
An ATV Production

[--] BLACKPOOL TOWER CIRCUS
05-Apr-59 ITV Sun 8:00-9:00pm
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4.27 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
12-Apr-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
Producer: Albert Locke
starring
Alan King
Billy Daniels
Clara Ward and The Ward Dancers
Paul and Peta Page
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

4.28 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
19-Apr-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
John Raitt
Vic Oliver
Frankie Vaughan
The Kaye Sisters
Charly Wood
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

[--] VARIETY review (29Apr1959 issue of Weekly Variety magazine):
"Sunday Night at London Palladium"
John Raitt's first television appearance in the U.K. gave a fine singing flourish to the top spot of "Sunday Night at the London Palladium" (19). This good looking, virile singer started with "The Road To Anywhere," followed with the hit number from "The Pajama Game," "Hey There!," gave the audience a beat with "Shadrach, Meshach and Abednigo," and rounded off a smooth, jaunty offering with a couple of memories of "Oklahoma!". Raitt's warm, likable personality made him one of the biggest Yank successes there has been on this program.
Vic Oliver, also making his first appearance in this show, offered his usual routine of deprecating humor and a spot of fiddle playing at the end. This veteran comedian has been putting over a similar act for many years now and on this showing was only spasmodically funny. Frankie Vaughan made a surprise guest appearance to plug his new disk. He joined the Kaye Sisters act for "Come Softly," the blond's chirpers having previously given out adequately with "Kiss Me, Honey" and "May You Always."
It's a brisk trio but latterly it has tended to get into a rut with choice of ditties. Charly Wood, a talented and amusing unicyclist and juggler, opened the bill immediately after the Tiller Girls had done one of their expert drilled routines.
The bill was, as usual, emceed by the popular, now very confident but still over-gushing Bruce Forsyth who also handled "Beat The Clock" for which the jackpot stands at $840. Albert Locke gave some shrewd direction to a bill which was noteworthy also for Raitt's melodious finale.
(reviewer: Rich)


4.29 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
aka "Val Parnell's Sunday Night from the stage of The London Palladium"
26-Apr-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Shirley Jones
Jack Cassidy
Lonnie Doengan
Harvey Stone

[--] VARIETY news item (29Apr1959 issue of Daily Variety magazine):
Shirley Jones, Jack Cassidy and Harvey Stone topped the bill of "Sunday Night at the London Palladium."


4.30 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
aka "Val Parnell's Sunday Night from the stage of The London Palladium"
03-May-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Guests unknown

4.31 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
10-May-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Sophie Tucker
The Dior Dancers
Joe Church

**[--] VARIETY review (20May1959 issue of Weekly Variety magazine):
"Sunday Night at the London Palladium"
(excerpts from review)
… still wow ' em as billtopper of this May 10 edition from the stage of the London Palladium. Using her briefly biographical ditty "The Saga of Sophie Tucker" as vehicle, she revived several of her hits, from "Monkey Rag" to "Some Of These Days"; and live audience applause was forthcoming not because of nostalgia or respect …" (incomplete)


4.32 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
17-May-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
The Mills Brothers
Patrice Munsel
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

**[--] VARIETY review (27May1959 issue of Weekly Variety magazine):
"Sunday Night at the London Palladium"
(excerpts from review)
… the bulk of the backing. Not to overlook the competent hoofing of the London Palladium Boys and Girls and the ditto playing of Cyril Ornadel and the London Palladium Orchestra. The "Beat The Clock" section didn't go off as smoothly as always, but life seemed to go on unaltered regardless. Production was as okay as ever. --
(reviewer: Erni)

[--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE, HAYMARKET
featuring an excerpt from WEST SIDE STORY
24-May-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00-9:00pm
starring
The New York cast of "West Side Story"
Dickie Valentine

4.33 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
31-May-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Margot Fonteyn and Michael Somes
Anthony Newley
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

4.34 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
07-June-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:00pm
starring
Jo Stafford
Peter Sellers
Paul Weston
Irene Handl
Harold Berens
Russ Conway
Eliane & Rodolph
presenter: Bruce Forsyth

[--] VARIETY review (17June1959 issue of Weekly Variety):
"Sunday Night at London Palladium"
Cool and assured, and very much the pro, Jo Stafford did a businesslike stint of topping this Associated Television program aired Sunday (7); her technique was tops, but there wasn't great evidence of feeling as she put over four numbers in varying tempi. A packed London Palladium, from which the show was beamed, yielded applause that showed she'd scored solidly—as she doubtless did in the homes, too, aided by presentation that included image super-imposition.
Hit of the rest of the bill was pianist-composer Russ Conway who jangled the ivories to produce his hit parade tunes "Side Saddle" and "Roulette" and who exerted the charm—he has plenty—effectively.
Zany comedian Peter Sellers, abetted by Irene Handl and Harold Berens, enacted an item about an Eurasian drugstore attendant that came in the category of one man's tonic, another man's emetic, while Eliane & Rodolph put across an adagio act with showmanship.
The "Beat The Clock" section, Jackpot remaining unwon at $1,400, proved more diverting than usual, while Bryce Forsyth made his customary common-man bid effectively during the overall interlinking.
The London Palladium Boys & Girls and Cyril Ornadel's orch backed with precision. Production was polished.
(reviewer: Ernie)


4.35 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (last in present series) (missing)
14-June-1959 ATV ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
starring
Liberace (pianist & TV personality)
June Valli
The Two Earls

**[--] VARIETY review (24June1959 issue of Weekly Variety magazine):
(excerpts from review)
"Sunday Night at the London Palladium"
Even under normal conditions, Liberace as headliner of this consistently popular Sunday night TV show would have been an important event; the publicity arising from his libel action against the Daily Mirror …
… in his familiar style. For his second spot he concentrated on a selection from the Lerner-Loewe film musical "Gigi," adding the vocals for some of the songs and being nicely assisted by Janet Medlin in "I Remember It Well." Performance and presentation hit a high note of professionalism. June Valli, making her British TV bow, has …"
"… , which simultaneously showed her in closeup and long shot. Just to make it more intriguing, there was another closeup alongside a reverse shot. The Two Earls gave out with a nicely timed comedy aero routine; there was the usual precision display by the Tiller Girls and the Cyril Ornadel orch gave its now-familiar accomplished …" (incomplete)

#### Sunday Night at The London Palladium ####
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?########################?Summer Replacement Shows 1959 ?########################

[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW
21-June-1959 ITV Sun (first in new series)
starring
Joan Regan
John Hanson

?[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW
28-June-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
starring
Eve Boswell (source: Glasgow Evening Times)

?[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW
05-July-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
guests (source: Glasgow Evening Times)
Shirley Bassey and Tommy Cooper
co-stars of "Blue Magic"

?[--] MOSCOW STATE CIRCUS OF 1959:
12-July-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm

?[--] Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show: THE DICKIE HENDERSON SHOW
19-July-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
guest
Ruby Murray
Note: 18-July-1959 Glasgow Evening Times:
--TV listings (STV channel 10) - 8.30 - Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show
--Tom Goldie's telenews column:
"Also scheduled on commercial TV for tomorrow night are the DICKIE HENDERSON SHOW at 8:30pm"

?[--] Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show: BRUCE FORSYTHE SUMMER SHOW
26-July-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
Host: Bruce Forsythe
guest
Gary Miller
25-July-1959 Glasgow Evening Times:
--TV listings (STV channel 10) - 8.30 - Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show
--Tom Goldie's telenews column:
"Tomorrow's variety highlight on Channel 10 is "The Bruce Forsythe Summer Show," starting at 8.30 and coming direct from the Prince of Wales Theatre in London."

?[--] Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show: BRUCE FORSYTHE SHOW
02-Aug-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
guests
The Three Monarchs
Aileen Cochrane
Beryl Reid

?[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW:
09-Aug-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
?[--] Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show: FRANKIE VAUGHAN

16-Aug-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
starring
Frankie Vaughan

?[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW:
23-Aug-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
starring
Benny Hill
Russ Conway
Shani Wallis

?[--] BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW:
30-Aug-1959 ITV Sun 8:30-9:30pm
starring
Billy Eckstein
The King Brothers

?[--] Bernard Delfont's Sunday Show: THE DICKIE HENDERSON SHOW
06-Sep-1959 ITV Sun 8:00-9:00pm (last in present series)
guests
The Deep River Boys? 

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