Cilla You're my World from Ladybirds Manfred Mann Mighty Quinn All Good Things... Peddlers in colour from an ATV show Kenny Lynch from the 5th STV anniversary Trini Lopez in colour RSG Kenny Lynch with an orchestra The Who Magic Bus Time for Blackburn Sandie Shaw Monsieur Dupont Corbett Follies Cliff and the Shads Blue Turns to Grey the ABC of ABC
Hopefully I'll go through my notes at the weekend.
The Time for Blackburn - which is possibly from a domestic recording is in the Wessex Archive.
Is that the first ever found clip from any "Time For Blackburn" show? What was the source?
Time For Blackburn Description 00.00 Introduction - Tony Blackburn Show - pop music. 04.10 From Revolution Club in London an interview with Jonathan King, disc jockey. 07.32 Keith Hampstead. 10.53 Advertisements. 11.15 The Dave Clark Five - The Red Balloon. 14.39 From Revolution Club an interview with Long John Baldry. 16.10 John Walker - And I Love You. 20.50 The Who - Magic Bus. 24.31 End
In the clip we saw Tony asks the Who to do a Revive 45. So I imagine as soon as they had finished the shpw, the Who did an oldie on set and that would have been an insert the following week.