Calendar Goes Pop
... or could it be called "Richard Madeley Goes Hip!"
Yorkshire TV's pop programme, check out that undone collar and loose tie!
Ant, Dec and Cat presented the popular Saturday morning chart music show
Ant and Dec have moved on to presenting big prime time programmes for ITV, leaving Cat all alone to host cd:uk
Cliff and The Shadows
The opening and closing credits from Cliff and The Shadows, an ATV Midlands produced programme
Chart Attack was a simple pop video countdown made by Music Box and shown only on a handful of ITV regions. Presenters included a fresh faced John Leslie, before he joined Blue Peter, and Simon Potter.
The Chart Show - Christmas Special
Shown in the new year in 1988, the christmas rundown from 1987
The Chart Show
The Chart Show must of been one of the only programmes to have jumped from Channel Four to the ITV Network. The programme was unique in the fact that it had no presenters, Video Graphics did all the work and most of the graphics were produced on Commodore Amigas.
The Chart Show
Famous for its crude computer graphics (icons which, when clicked, revealed information about the band, song or tour dates. Basically just a production bod on an Amiga 500...remember them?), The Chart Show was broadcast on Channel 4 from 86-88, and then transferred to ITV from 89 to 98. It was shown on ITV in most regions and was famously sponsored by Twix. The production company was Video Visuals, and when shown on ITV was credited as "A Yorkshire Television Presentation" from 93-98. Prior to this, no ITV franchisee's logo was shown at the end.
The (ITV) Chart Show
A new look in '92 featured a stylised ITV logo. This edition is the review of 1992 Christmas Special.
right clip - a start of part
Our Cilla had her own Live Saturday Night programme on BBC1. It started in 1968 and ran for several years.
The Colin and Edith Show
Edith Bowman and Colin Murray are given their own music show on BBC Three. Presumably a pilot as it only lasted one episode!
Cue The Music