Day/Month/YearShow Title Songs performed - Show information
1946
7/6/46TELEVISION IS HER AGAIN BBC television was officially relaunched at Ally Pally on June 7, 1946. To promote the new service, the BBC produced the demonstration film, Television is Here Again, featuring many well-known stars and was used for trade transmissions sent out each morning.
1/7/46TV TRADE TEST
Miser, Miser
30/7/46CABARET CARTOONS Petula, Kathie Moody, Beverley Sisters
3/8/46CABARET CARTOONS Summery, Summery Day, Down in the Valley
29/9/46
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
Series pilot
Pilot for 15-minute Sunday afternoon series.
3/11/46
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
FIRST TELEVISION SERIES aired weekly on Sunday afternoons until 6/7/47.
The Good Lord Satisfied, Lazy Bones, Mighty Like a Rose.
10/11/46
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
 
24/11/46
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
The Kerry Dance, Irish Lullaby, Phil The Fluter's Ball, The Old Cocney Busker.
1/12/46
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
Chickery Chick, Ave Maria, I'll Be Seeing You, My Grandmother, Christopher Robin at Buckingham Palace
1947
5/1/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
con. '46 series.
19/1/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
Eileen Ogo-Pride of Potravora, Smilin' Through, Loves Old Sweet Song.
2/2/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
Hurdy Gurdy Man, Over the Rainbow, Rose of Tralon, Goodnight, God Bless.
15/2/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
 
2/3/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
 
16/3/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
 
6/4/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
The Good Lord Satisfied, Beautiful Dreamer, Smilin' Through
27/4/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
 
25/5/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
The Old Folks at Home, Ma, Curly Headed Baby, Old Banjo, The Church Steeple.
6/7/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
Last show of first series.
Little Coons Prayer, Curiosity, Christopher Robin at Buckingham Palace.
27/12/47
PETULA CLARK
(BBC TV)
So What Serenade, Hey Baba-Ree-Bop, Phil the Fluter's Ball, Slasher Green, Sospan Fach, Garden in the Rain, The Shoemaker's Seranade.
1948
1948
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
PETULA'S SECOND SERIES ran for five years.
Guests: Joe Henderson, Barbara Clark
This second TV series supposedly took place in Petula's sitting room at home. Guests would drop in, as if unannounced, tell a few jokes or sing a song, with Joe Henderson featured on piano.