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Saturday 7th

'OH BOY!' SHOW # 22 (Compered by Tony Hall)

RESIDENT WEEKLY BAND & PERFORMERS:
Lord Rockingham's XI, 
Red Price,
The Dallas Boys,
Cherry Wainer,
The Vernons Girls.

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL GUESTS:
Betty Miller
Bill Forbes
Marty Wilde

Bill Forbes deputizes for Cliff Richard who was suffering from larynigitis. Cliff had hoped to appear in this show that marked the long awaited return of Marty Wilde, who had been out of the series since 18th October 1958 as a result of a wrangle between his agent Larry Parnes and Jack Good. Cliff was due to sing 5 songs and duet on 3 numbers with Marty Wilde.

Neville Taylor and the Cutters miss the 7th and 14th February shows. This is their first absence since the start of the series in September 1958.

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