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Season 10 (ATV/ITV) (1964-65)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
TV Times / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive
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 10 1964-65 ##############
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Host/ Compere - Norman Vaughan (returns)
 
 
Series regulars:
The Tiller Girls
Jack Parnell and his Orchestra
The London Palladium Girls and Boys

10.01 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM:  (first of new series) (missing)
20-Sept-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
presenter: Norman Vaughan
starring
Frank Ifield
Vikki Carr
sings "I Cry Alone."
Des O'Connor
The Wilfordts

10.02 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (excerpts survive)
27-Sept-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
presenter: Norman Vaughan
starring
Shirley Bassey
Tommy Cooper
Senor Wences
Will Gaines
Note:
One or more sequences exist, but the complete programme is lost.

10.03 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
04-Oct-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Morecambe and Wise
Millicent Martin
The King Brothers
The Wychwoods

10.04 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
11-Oct-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Harry Secombe
The Ronettes
Lenny The Lion with Terry Hall
Will Gaines

10.05 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
18-Oct-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Roy Orbison
Erroll Garner
Beryl Reid

10.06 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
25-Oct-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm (also 8:25pm on STV, Border TV and Ulster)
starring
Frankie Vaughan
sings "You’ll Never Know" and "Hello Dolly."
Freddie and The Dreamers
Audrey Jeans

[--] LENA:
01-Nov-1964  ITV Sun 8:25-9:25pm (ABC delayed 8:55-9:55pm)
Starring Lena Horne
Guest Star: James Mason

[--] 08-Nov-1964 ITV - LONDON PALLADIUM pre-empted.
Ulster & STV aired the 1949 movie "Passport to Pimlico" (from 7:28-8:50pm)

ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE #5 1964 (BBC) [BFI] (08Nov1964) BBC1 Sunday 7:50-10:45pm
(normally taped the previous Monday)
Starring:
The Bachelors, Cilla Black, Kathy Kirby, Brenda Lee, Millicent Martin,
Cliff Richard and The Shadows


10.07 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
15-Nov-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Tony Hancock
The Travellers
Topo Gigio

10.08 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
22-Nov-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev
Johnnie Ray
Hope and Keen
The Clark Brothers

10.09 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
29-Nov-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Max Bygraves
Val Doonican
Eddie Calvert

10.10 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
06-Dec-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Robert Goulet
The Beverley Sisters
Arthur Worsley

10.11 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
13-Dec-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Frank Ifield
Topo Gigio
Julie Rogers

10.12 [--] JUDY GARLAND & LIZA MINNELLI at THE PALLADIUM (special) [BFI] (episode survives)
20-Dec-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm (ABC delayed 8:55-9:55pm)
(taped 16-Nov-1964)
starring
Judy Garland
Liza Minnelli
Judy & Liza "LIVE at the London Palladium" - "Hooray for Love"
ATV special
Highlight:
Judy & Liza - medley: "Hooray for Love," etc.

10.13 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
27-Dec-1964 ATV Sun 8:25-9:25pm
starring
Petula Clark
Russ Conway
The Miami Showband
Nadia Nerina
Donald Macleary
Highlight:
Petula is presented with a Silver Disc for "Downtown."

10.14 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
03-Jan-1965 ATV
starring
David Kossoff
David Jacobs
Lonnie Donegan
Alan Freeman
The King Brothers
--TV Pop Diaries:
Stars’ Organisation for Spastics special
Lonnie Donegan
Bert Weedon
The King Brothers
Dennis Lotis
Vera Lynn
Joan Regan

10.15 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
10-Jan-1965 ATV
starring
The New Christy Minstrels
perform "When the Saints Go Marching In"
Dave Allen
The Ariston Trio

10.16 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
17-Jan-1965 ATV
starring
Charlie Drake
Gwyneth Jones
Peter Glossop
Les Mains Joly

-----------?[--] 24-Jan-1965 - "Palladium" pre-empted for news coverage of Winston Churchill's death.
The originally scheduled live episode is videotaped and broadcast on 14Feb1965. ?-----------

[--] GOLDEN DRAMA FROM THE QUEEN'S THEATRE, LONDON:
31-Jan-1965 ATV ITV Sun 9:00-10:00 & 10:10-11:05pm


10.17 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
07-Feb-1965 ATV
starring
The Shadows
perform "Mary Ann"
Dusty Springfield
Don Arrol
The Carmenas

10.18 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
14-Feb-1965 ATV (recorded on 24-Jan-1965, but postponed due to Winston Churchill's death).
starring
Adam Faith
Hope and Keen
The Capitol Showband
The Morlidor Trio (male contortionist with two female assistants)
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.20 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
21-Feb-1965 ATV
presenter: Norman Vaughan
starring
Harry Secombe
Alma Michaels

10.20 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
28-Feb-1965 ATV
starring
Petula Clark
Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen
The Three Kims
Ray Alan and Lord Charles

10.22 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
07-Mar-1965 ATV
starring
Roy Orbison
with the Three Quarters, a female vocal trio, as back-up singers.
Kenneth More
Millicent Martin
Dave Allen
Palermo and Phillips

10.23 [--] Val Parnell's Sunday Night At The London Palladium: 350th Show (missing)
14-Mar-1965 ATV
starring
Cliff Richard and The Shadows
Jimmy Tarbuck
The Seven Lukacs

10.24 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
21-Mar-1965 ATV
starring
The Supremes
Morecambe and Wise
Potassy

10.25 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
28-Mar-1965 ATV
starring
Eartha Kitt
The Barron Knights
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.26 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
04-Apr-1965 ATV
starring
Peter Glossop
Gwyneth Jones
The Nitwits

10.27 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
11-Apr-1965 ATV
starring
Tom Jones
Russ Conway
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.28 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
18-Apr-1965 ATV
starring
Cilla Black
Frank Ifield
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.29 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
25-Apr-1965 ATV Sun 9:00-9:55 pm
starring
Ray Fell
Shirley Bassey
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.30 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
02-May-1965 ATV
starring
Johnny Mathis
Vikki Carr
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.31 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
09-May-1965 ATV
starring
Kathy Kirby
Kenneth McKellar
presenter: Norman Vaughan

10.32 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
16-May-1965 ATV
starring
The Bachelors
The Rockin' Berries
Hope and Keen

10.33 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
23-May-1965 ATV
starring
Gene Barry
Ray Alan
Dick Albers

[--] THE STARS SHINE FOR JACK (95 min. special)
30-May-1965 ATV ITV Sun 8:25-11:00pm (interrupted by a 10-minute newscast at 10:00pm)
Gala tribute show to the late Jack Hilton from the Drury Lane Theatre.


10.34 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
06-June-1965 ATV
starring
Arthur Haynes
Rita Webb
Dermot Kelly
Tony Frame
Leslie Noyes
Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson

10.35 [--] VAL PARNELL'S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM (missing)
13-June-1965 ATV
presenter: Norman Vaughan
starring
Cliff Richard and the Shadows
Will Gaines
featured the public participation game
'Beat the Clock' up to episode of 1965/06/13.

This was the final edition under the title "Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium".
The series returned to the ITV network on Sunday 26th September 1965 revamped with the title
"The New Palladium Show" and new host Jimmy Tarbuck. On 2nd January 1966 "New" was dropped
and the title changed to "The Palladium Show"

#### Sunday Night at The London Palladium ####
############## end of season 10 ###############
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Blackpool Night Out (Summer 1965)
 
Hosts -Mike & Bernie Winters
ABC Weekend Television Production


2.01 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
20-June-1965 ABC-TV (UK) ITV Sun 9:00-9;55pm (TV Times Cover)
Hosted by Mike and Bernie Winters
guests
Tommy Cooper 
Julie Rogers 
The Seekers 

2.02 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
27-June-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
The Bachelors
Jimmy Edwards

2.03 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
04-July-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
Shirley Bassey
The Barron Knights
Billy Dainty 

2.04 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
11-July-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
Vikki Carr 
Freddie & The Dreamers
Bob Monkhouse

2.05 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
18-July-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
George Maharis
Susan Maughan
Kenneth More
David Nixon

2.06 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
25-July-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
Petula Clark
sings "Gotta Tell the World," "Everything in the Garden," "You'd Better Come Home" and "I Know a Place."
Billy Daniels
Ray Alan  & Lord Charles (ventriloquist & puppet)

2.07 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
01-Aug-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
Hosted by Mike and Bernie Winters
guests
The Beatles
Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson
Johnny Hart
Lionel Blair
Highlights:
The Beatles (George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr )
sing 6 songs ....
"I Feel Fine," "I'm Down," "Act Naturally," "Ticket To Ride," "Yesterday" and "Help!"

2.08 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
08-Aug-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun 9:10 - 10:05 pm
guests
Clark Brothers
Don Henderson
Lionel Morton

2.09 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
15-Aug-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
Frank Ifield
Ted Rogers 
David Tomlinson
Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen

2.10 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
22-Aug-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
Hosts: Mike and Bernie Winters
guests
The Rockin’ Berries
Eartha Kitt 

2.11 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
29-Aug-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun 9:10-10:05pm
guests
Lulu 
Matt Monro 
Allan Sherman 

2.12 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
5-Sept-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun 9:10pm
presenters: Mike & Bernie Winters
guests
Buddy Greco 
Janie Marden 
Bob Monkhouse

VARIETY review (from the 22-Sept-1965 Variety Weekly):
"Blackpool Night Out"
Top-lining this segment of ABC TV's peak-hour vaude show, which has gustily clicked in the normal Palladium slot and given that resting show food for thought, was Buddy Greco, who came up with a swinging song-a-log, given perhaps with too much nonchalance. Greco's grasp of ditties like "Falling in Love with Love" and his familiar "Lady Is a Tramp" was self-evident, but a ballad like "Who Can I Turn To?" seemed to need more personal involvement to get its message across. Greco broke up the songs with his piano account of "Slaughter on 10th Avenue," which somewhat overstayed its welcome, though it allowed some nifty fingerwork. Some impact was lost here because the ABC Television Showband, under Bob Sharpies, wasn't taut and precise enough for this glossy score.
Janie Marden, a local thrush who's a looker and a reliable warbler, gave out a frenzied "Ridin' High," which had more momentum than shape, but recovered with a persuasive "If I Ruled the World." The girl has a lusty set of pipes and always gives a good account of herself, but she hasn't been able to find that individual vein to distinguish her from the crop of able femme singers.
Bob Monkhouse came up with two items that bisected his act, but pleased in a cabaret style. In somewhat dubious taste for a Sunday evening, he donned wings as an angel giving a gladhand welcome to new arrivals in heaven. And he impersonated the brain control-room of a guy who was over-eating, over-drinking, over-smoking, and getting excited by an adjacent dame — sending warning messages by phone to affected parts of the anatomy. The ideas were original, and Monkhouse pulled them off with aplomb.
Hosts Mike & Bernie Winters gagged in a broader idiom, and Pat Johns directed with a sure touch.
(reviewer: Otta)



2.13 [--] BLACKPOOL NIGHT OUT
12-Sept-1965 ABC-TV (UK) Sun
guests
Cilla Black
Ray Alan  & Lord Charles (ventriloquist & puppet)
The New Faces

[--] THE ANNIVERSARY SHOW: From The London Palladium?19Sep65 ITV 7:30-8:55pm?Starring:?Gracie Fields, Arthur Askey, Helen Shapiro, Tommy Trinder?Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of "Sunday Night at The London Palladium"

**[--] VARIETY review (from the 29Sep1965 issue of Weekly Variety):
(excerpts)
"… Sun., 7: 25 p.m.
With Gracie Fields, Arthur Askey, Joan Regan, Helen Shapiro, Tommy Trinder, David Whitfield, Arthur Worsley, Rudl Cardenas, Winifred Atwell, the Three Monarchy Jack Parnell orch
To celebrate Its 10th birthday, the commercial web mounted this look back vaude show at the London Palladium, and corralled a lineup …" (incomplete)

 

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