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She's Got To Be Kissed, Latin Medley, The Lessons Of Cha Cha Cha

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Les Maragones

1957
First broadcast November 24, 1957. Broadcast on Talking Pictures TV 2020.
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Because You're Mine, E Lucevan Le Stelle, The Loveliest Night Of The Year

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Mario Lanza

1957
First broadcast November 24, 1957
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Hank Williams Medley, Whole Lotta Woman

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Marvin Rainwater

1958
First broadcast April 13, 1958
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If This Isn't Love, Poor Butterfly, They All Laughed, I'll Never Smile Again

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Sarah Vaughan

1958
First broadcast April 13, 1958
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Some Of These Days, Swing Low Sweet Chariot/Lonesome Road, Clementine

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Bobby Darin

1960
First broadcast April 10, 1960
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Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Libi Staiger

1960
First broadcast April 10, 1960
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A Slow Boat To China,

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Art Lund

1960
First broadcast April 10, 1960
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Never Been In Love Before

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Helena Scott

1960
First broadcast April 10, 1960
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A Woman In Love

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Inia Wiata

1960
First broadcast April 10, 1960
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Standing On The Corner

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Jack Delon

1960
First broadcast April 10, 1960. Reprise with Bruce Forsyth
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A Slow Boat To China,

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Beryl Reid

1960
First broadcast April 17, 1960. With Bruce Forsyth
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Hit And Miss

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

The John Barry Seven

1960
First broadcast April 17, 1960
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What Do You Want, Someone Else's Baby, Big Time, Poor Me*

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Adam Faith

1960
First broadcast April 17, 1960. With The John Barry Seven. *With Bruce Forsyth
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Good Evening Ladies And Gentlemen, Me And My Imagination, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, I've Got Rhythm, Medley*, Don't Laugh At Me Cos I'm A Fool

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Norman Wisdom

1961
Filmed and broadcast December 3, 1961. *With Bruce Forsyth. Entire show performed with Bruce Forsyth during an Equity strike.
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Three Little Bears

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Ray Ellington

1961
First broadcast December 10, 1961. With Bruce Forsyth.
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How Could You Believe Me

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Penny Calvert

1961
First broadcast December 10, 1961. With (then husband) Bruce Forsyth.
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I'm Telling You Now, If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, You Were Made For Me, Send Me Some Lovin', Over You

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Freddie and the Dreamers

1964
First broadcast March 22, 1964
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Old Has Been

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Billy Russell

1964
First broadcast March 22, 1964
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Memories Are Made Of This*, Fly Me To The Moon, Easily Fall In Love With You*, Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)*, Hits Medley*

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Cliff Richard

1965
First broadcast November 21, 1965. *With The Shadows
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Instrumental, Memories Are Made Of This*, Easily Fall In Love With You*, Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)*, Hits Medley*

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

The Shadows

1965
First broadcast November 21, 1965. *With Cliff Richard
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Mr Tarbuck Mr James

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Sid James

1965
First broadcast November 28, 1965
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Top Of The Mountain, Please Don't Talk About Me

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Cleo Laine and Johnny Dankworth

1965
First broadcast November 28, 1965. Billed as The Johnny Dankworth Seven.
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What Is A Woman

Sunday Night At The London Palladium

Des O'Connor

1965
First broadcast November 28, 1965