CTVA UK - "The Val Doonican Show" (ATV-ITC/ABC)(Summer 1971)

CTVA - US Music Variety    -   CTVA - UK
 

The Val Doonican Show (Summer 1971)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive
  ----------------------
THE VAL DOONICAN SHOW
----------------------
ATV-ITC Production (Lew Grade)
Taped at Elstree Studios, London, UK
for
ABC (Saturdays 8:30pm) (5Jun71-14Aug71)
Produced by Bill Hitchcock

UK/US Music Variety series Summer 1971  10 episodes x 60 min

Host
Val Doonican
regulars
Bernard Cribbins (British Comic)
Bob Todd (British Comic)
The Mike Sammes Singers
The Norman Maen Dancers
The Kenny Woodman Orchestra

########### The Val Doonican Show ############
############# season Summer 1971 #############
##############################################
ABC Saturdays 8:30-9:30pm ET (5Jun71-14Aug71)

[01] The Val Doonican Show
05Jun1971 ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Petula Clark
Jerry Reed
regulars
Bernard Cribbins
Highlights:
Petula Clark sings "I Don't Know How To Love Him," "Melodie d' Amour" with Val Doonican.

[02] The Val Doonican Show
12Jun1971 ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Michele Lee
Jack Wild
regulars
Bernard Cribbins

[03] The Val Doonican Show
19Jun1971 ABC Sat
Guests
From London
David Frost
Lulu
regulars
Bernard Cribbins
Highlights:
David uses slides in a routine about the World's most unusual sites and sights. (King Kong at Kennedy Airport).
Val sings "I Believe My Love Loves Me", "Feelin' Groovy", "Early Morning Rain", "Sourwood Mountain" and "The Pony Man".
Lulu sings "Bury Me Down By the River".

[--] The Val Doonican Show
26Jun1971 ABC Sat
pre-empted for All-American Football Game.

[04] The Val Doonican Show
03Jul1971 ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Florence Henderson
Tom Paxton
Bruce Forsyth

Highlights:
Tom sings "Love Story".
Val sings "Talk About the Good Times", "Johnny McEldon" and "Your Lover's Return".
Florence sings "We Made it Happen" and "I Got Love".
Bruce performs "Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here".
Val and Florence duet with "When the Children are Asleep".

[05] The Val Doonican Show
10Jul1971ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Howard Keel
Arte Johnson
Julie Felix


[06] The Val Doonican Show
17Jul1971ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Leslie Uggams
Dudley Moore
The New Seekers

Highlights:
Val sings "Big Daddy", "Annabelle", "King of the Road", "Durham Town" and "I Believe My Love Loves Me".
Leslie sings "Love is Good Foundation".
Dudley performs "The Look of Love".
The New Seeker perform "Neverending Song of Love".
Val & Leslie duet with "Whistle, Daughter, Whistle".
Val and the New Seekers do "The One on the Right is on the Left".

[07] The Val Doonican Show
24Jul1971ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Burl Ives
Antonia Ellis
regulars
Bernard Cribbins
Highlights:
Val sings "Snowbird", "The Straight Life", "Mysterious People" and "Don't it Make You Want to Go Home?"
Burl performs "Real Roses".
Val and Burl sing "Call Me Mr. In-Between" and a medley of animal songs.

[08] The Val Doonican Show
31Jul1971ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Eddie Albert
Lulu
Michael Bentine

Highlights:
Val sings "Knock Three Times", "The Folks Who Live on the Hill", "A Man Chases a Girl", "Tom Green County Fair"
and "Delaney's Donkey".
Lulu sings "Everybody Clap".
Eddie performs "Green Grass".
Val, Eddie & Lulu sing "I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago".
Lulu & Val duet with "Rain".

[09] The Val Doonican Show
07Aug1971ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Ray Stevens
Anita Harris

and the Scots Guards Pipers
regulars
Bernard Cribbins
Bob Todd
Highlights:
Val sings "Everything is Beautiful", "Massachusetts", "Once on a Sunday Morning", "The Leprechaun",
"Tennessee Stud" and "Liverpool Lullaby".
Ray sings "Oh, Happy Day", "Happy Days Are Here Again" and "A Mama and a Papa".

[10] The Val Doonican Show
(Last show of the series)
14Aug1971
ABC Sat
Guests
From London
Phil Harris
Millicent Martin

regulars
Bernard Cribbins
Bob Todd
Highlights:
Val sings "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay", "The Sun Always Shines When You're Young", "New World in the Morning",
"The Importance of Your Love", "Forty Coats" and "By Myself".
Millicent sings "Time and Love".

########### The Val Doonican Show ############
################### the end ##################
##############################################

 Have you any comments, corrections, episode titles, air dates,
production numbers, directors, writers, story/synopsis,
guest stars, cast lists, etc?

Have you any old videos, or tv guides? Dust them off and let
us know if you have any information on this series or any other
tv series from the 1950's, 60's, 70's, or 80's , which is missing
from any episode guides on the web.

Perhaps a certain episode of a particular series coincided with
a key moment in your life, or in world events - and has left a vivid
memory of when it was shown. Let us know.

Would you like to see any other tv series guides on this site?

If so please e-mail - see Feedback below.

This guide may be distributed and copied freely, in its entirety, for
personal use. All original author and copyright information must remain
intact. Any sales or other uses of this document are expressly forbidden,
without the specific consent of the author (s).

Copyright   The Classic TV Archive. All rights reserved.


Return to The Classic TV Archive Home Page
Feedback